Students grow strong in faith and love
Mother Teresa Catholic College opened in 2014 and next year looks forward to seeing boys and girls enrolled from kindergarten to Year 5.
The college hopes eventually to expand and provide education for students from pre-kindergarten to Year 12.
The college features award-winning, architecturally striking, rammed earth learning facilities that have been built to maximise student learning and development.
These facilities include state-of-the-art technology and resources as well as imaginative outside nature-play areas, which are beneficial to learning through play for students.
The tutoring implemented in pre-school and primary classes is the Walker learning approach, which involves investigation sessions from kindergarten through to Year 2 and education research projects from Year 3 upwards.
The college features dedicated literacy and mathematics sessions and specialist classes in music and drama, Indonesian and physical education.
Religious education is a formal learning area and the school’s staff and families support the Catholic ethos of the college.
Inspired by Mother Teresa’s spirit of outreach towards all human beings, the school aims to challenge its students to connect with learning about themselves, one another and the wider world, and contribute with confidence, courage and creativity towards making the world a better place.