Month: October 2022

SCEA Research Trip to Newcastle and Gosford unites Christian educators across Australia

The opportunity to see two different types of Christian educational institutions in action across two action-packed days was an offer too good to refuse for a number of SCEA staff this week, who travelled to Newcastle and Gosford (eighty kilometres north of Sydney) to see the St Philip’s Christian College system and Green Point Christian …

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Dr Thelma Perso Celebrates Retirement After 43 Years In Education!

A group of approximately 50 people gathered together last week to celebrate the educational career of SCEA’s outgoing Chief Education Officer (CEdO) Dr Thelma Perso, who will be retiring from full-time work at the end of the 2022 school year. Colleagues from far and wide descended upon Swan Christian College’s Maali Room for sumptuous morsels …

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Staff Profile : Southern Hills Head of Primary School Mrs Laurelle Coto

Mrs Laurelle Coto was born in Essendon and worked in Geelong – however, she is not the ardent AFL football fan that you might first assume when these names are mentioned. She has a Master in Education (Special Education) and a postgraduate qualification in Gifted Education from Monash University and is very comfortable chatting about …

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SCEA’s Data Analysis Workshop Emphasises Collaboration and Development

On Wednesday 19 October 2022, a group of approximately 50 staff and school leaders came together from across SCEA schools to Ellenbrook Christian College to analyse data and ‘compare notes’ across schools. Like all significant events, this seemingly straightforward meeting was the culmination of months of work from Dr Thelma Perso (Chief Education Officer, SCEA). …

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SCEA Association Meeting Celebrates Achievements and signals ‘Governance 2.0’ in 2023

A small, committed group of SCEA employees and Association members gathered at Swan Christian College on the evening of Monday 17 October to hear from Chief Executive Officer, Dr Graeme Cross about the Strategic Plan accomplishments for 2022. The three SCEA priorities (as set out in the SCEA Strategic Plan) are: Learning Leadership, and Interdependence …

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Southern Hills new website is a fitting tribute to five years of enrolment growth

This week’s release of the new-look Southern Hills Christian College (SHCC) website demonstrates the approach that SCEA’s campus in Bedfordale has been cultivating since Mr Beacham’s tenure as College Principal began in early 2017 – a sense of professionalism and a commitment to community engagement. The new website was designed by Marketing & Design Specialist …

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WA Politicians descend on ECC to commence MetroNET project

Yesterday was a wonderful day for Ellenbrook Christian College (ECC), with Principal Mr Mike Pitman welcoming Western Australian Premier Mr Mark McGowan MLA, State Minister for Transport Ms Rita Saffiotti MLA and Ms Jessica Shaw MLA to the Santona Boulevard campus to officially open the Morley-Ellenbrook MetroNET Line. Student leaders and the gathered politicians lined …

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Northshore’s new buildings are classy, contemporary learning spaces

I know what you’re thinking – Northshore Christian Grammar School (NCGS) Principal Mr Stuart Chisholm has gone to IKEA and ordered a flat-packed new office for himself – in bright yellow – with room for an indoor putting green and a spa in the back corner! Ahh…We all love a good piece of fiction! However, …

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