Mersey Leven Catholic Parish

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    Enrolment Information 2017


    Open & Information Evening Wednesday 16 March 2016

    Applications for Enrolment due Tuesday 26 April 2016

    Enrolment Interviews:

    • Monday 2 May 4-8pm
    • Tuesday 3 May 4-8pm
    • Monday 16 May 4-8pm
    • Tuesday 17 May 4-8 pm

    Acceptances Mailed Friday 3 June 2016

    Orientation Day Wednesday 30 November 2016

    Please attach this slip with your enrolment application

    Please tick preference:

    Monday 2 May 4-6pm 6-8pm

    Tuesday 3 May 4-6pm 6-8pm

    Monday 16 May 4-6pm 6-8pm

    Tuesday 17 May 4-6pm 6-8pm

    Student Name:

    Parent / Guardian Name:

    Preferred day time contact number:

      Uniform Shop - Opening Hours

      The Uniform Shop is openTuesday / Wednesday 10am - 4pm.

        Newsletters to Parents

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          Term Dates 2016

          The term dates for 2016 are available.

          To view the schedule, please click: Term Dates 2016

          For more information about activities and other important dates, please check our calendar: Calendar

            2016 Dates

            Year 7 Building

            SBSC hasrefurbishedthe St Brendan Block especially for Year 7 students!

            The new buildingmakes the delivery of the curriculum able to occur in a new and modern facility, while continuing our success in enablingan easy andgradualtransitionto secondary school.

            Core subjects will be delivered in the area which will be namedthe "Westcourt Centre", celebrating our link to Edmund Rice Education.There are also collaborative learning spaces and breakout rooms to facilitate modernpedagogy, complimenting our pioneering work with the use of iPads.

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            Year 11 and 12 area

            Here at St Brendan-Shaw College we are constantly seeking the best learning environment for our students. When it comes to private study, we need to be flexible as different students study better in different environments. Our senior students currently have opportunities for quiet study in the library or some more relaxed study in the Science Breakout Area. Now we are adding to this our cafeteria area which is becoming a flexible study area. The recent addition of sliding doors, couches, benches and USB charging stations meansour Year 11 and 12 students now have the opportunity to study in a variety of ways - as small study groups oras individuals -with the added ability to charge their devices and have excellent connection to the internet.

            But as a leading centre of education in the North West, we also have to look to the future, so towards the end of this year the College will beginStage 1 ofan excitingrevitalisation of our Tenison Woods block to turn it into a contemporary learning area for our senior students. Featuring revamped classrooms and a senior study breakout area, it will provide our Year 11 and 12 students with some of the best facilities in the North West to learn, study and flourish. The changes will take place over a number of years so as not to disrupt the learning of our students, but the results will be worth the wait.

            St Brendan-Shaw College has always had a proud tradition of excellent academicresults from our senior students, along with them leaving school as resilient young adults. As we move into the future of education and all of the changes that it entails, we aim once more to "stay ahead of the game" in all facets of education so our students are not just ready for university or ready for work, but, most importantly, ready for life.

              School Wide Positive Behaviour Support Initiative

              As part of School Wide Positive Behaviour Support, an initiative that we have come to approach in a more formal way, we have come to identify a guiding set of 3 expectations that we can build upon, adding to our Core Values.

              I am pleased to introduce the following, by which our community will come to be known and identified:

              At St Brendan-Shaw College we strive to:

              • do our best
              • be safe
              • value diversity

              Every week we will focus on a different area and this can also be found in our newsletter.