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Sunday Territorian 20 Jul 2014



Sunday Territorian 20 Jul 2014


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

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?! SUNDAY JULY202014 BACK TO SCHOOL FEATURE 41 + Commitment to excellence O'LOUGHLIN Catholic College is in Darwin's northern suburbs only five minutes from the airport and the new housing developments irt the suburbs of Lyons and Muirhead. The college caters for Years 7 to 12 and has a student population of more than 530. The college is committed to the pursuit of exc~llence and strives to infuse the core Christian values of faith, love and hope into all areas of learning. The Middle School has an engaging curriculum and range of co-curricular activities in sport, music, drama, outdoor education, community service and personal developmept. Year 10 is established as a Senior Studies foundation year to enable students to focus on enhancing subject knowledge, meet prerequisite requirements and identify potential career pathways. In Years ll and 12 students choose to complete NTCET requirements by undertaking a traditional pattern of suojects, . en~aging in an integrated package of VET and SACE options, or by opting for Vocational Training and Work Ready Programs. This- term, the college will open the refurbished Manual Arts rooms, creating a dynamic learning environment. Education at the college is a coll(;lborative partnership with students and parents which aims to ensure every student is engaged in Q.eveloping know1.ecfge and life skills. O'Loughlin Catholic College provides genuine pastoral care to all students by nurturing a close relationship with Home Room teacners and a comprehensive personal development curriculum. They also explore their Catholic history. It is an inclusive school aqd welcomes stu:_ dents from all faiths and cultural backgrounds. For a personal tour or discussion, please conta.ct the college on 8945 1277 or email the principal with your questions to david.finch @nt.catholic.edu.au. O'Loughlin catholic College ~udents are giv(!n an engagingly challenging curriculum which includes sportjng events Students ar~ encouraged to explore their potential across many academic and creative fields in a caring environment LEARNING IN A CREATIVE AGE . Vl - NTNEOlZOlMA - -------~-- ------- - " ~ ~-, .~ :J ~ . ~: . ' ' i

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