Each member of this community should display respect for the College in their behaviour and their presentation.
Each person should be respected as an individual. There should be no discrimination of any kind.
Each person deserves to be addressed and spoken to with courtesy.
No one should be forced to behave negatively as a result of peer pressure.
Each student should display to those outside the College community the same degree of mutual respect shown at school.
If disagreements occur in our community they should be dealt with in a mature fashion.
Each person deserves to learn in an environment, which is clean, well-maintained and cared for.
The classroom should be entered and left in an orderly and mature fashion.
Each person deserves to have the safety of their personal possessions guaranteed.
Each person’s work should be respected and not interfered with.
Each person deserves the freedom to learn without distraction or disturbance.
Each person deserves to be given full attention when they are speaking.
Each person should feel secure in expressing ideas and asking for assistance.
Each person should feel comfortable with their achievements and not be forced into unfair comparisons.
Each visitor to the classroom should be treated with courtesy.
Each person needs to be conscious of their own personal safety and to this end, remain within the school grounds at all times.
All areas in the school should be places that are safe and welcoming.
Playing areas should be treated with respect and be places where safe, welcoming activities take place.
All property and equipment needs to be cared for.
People should move around the school in an orderly fashion.
In travelling to and from school, students should show respect for people and their belongings and at all times be conscious that they are representatives of the school community.
When representing the school in sporting or cultural activities, students will always compete in a spirit of fairness and mutual respect.
Students and parents can connect with our school Learning Management System run by SEQTA Software. Students and Parents can use the links below to access the portal that is relevant to your needs. Students access SEQTA Learn and Parents/Carers access SEQTA Engage
Skills courses will be run in the parish later this year. Details are as follows ...
NB: the early bird cut off date is 1st Aug.
Full details are available in this Skills for Children flyer.
NB: the early bird cut off date is 3rd Oct.
Full details are available in this Skills for Teenagers flyer.
Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016
Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 76% of subjects above state average
Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 50 Band 6s / E4s
Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 248 Band 5s / E3s
Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2015 … 298 Band 5s / 6s or E3s / E4s
Aquinas Catholic College Menai is a co-educational, Years 7-12, Catholic High school, established in 1993. The present accommodation includes the Administration Building, College library, general classrooms and the full range of specialist rooms.
College Dux Jushua Swan
HSC Courses above state average
50 Band 6's / E4's
Band 5's / E3's
Ph: (02) 9543 0188 | Fax: (02) 9541 0398 | Anzac Rd, Menai NSW
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