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Catholic Schools at Sovereign Hill

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Sovereign Hill is proud to be a strategic partner with the Catholic Education Commission (CECV) of Victoria. In 2015, Catholic schools spent over 19,000 student days at Sovereign Hill, our costumed schools program and/or at Narmbool.

This web page has been developed to celebrate this wonderful partnership. It contains teacher and student reflections, photos and articles pertinent to Catholic Schools.

We invite Catholic schools to send us photos, descriptions and student work.

St Pauls Kealba 2017 visit report.

Our Lady of Good Council, Deepdene, 2017 visit. Reflections and Learnings. 
Dear Mum 1, Dear Mum 2, Dear Ma 1, Dear Ma 2, Dear Da, Dear Grandma and Grandpa.
The children are most excited to see their published pieces on your website. They have loved learning about the 1850s and have been quite creative with their reflections. We did have a peep at some of the other school’s work and decided we would take a different angle. I hope you enjoy. Next week the children are performing a Eureka Stockade assembly….inspired by their viewing of Blood on the Southern Cross,…a G rated version, they are really excited to present their learning.
Thanks again,
Bridget x



St Anthony’s Primary School: Student Reflection on a visit to Sovereign Hill. 2017

 



 Sovereign Hill Education is using Google Suite tools to support Catholic Schools

 

 

 Catholic Education Week. Mass at Sovereign Hill

 



 Catholic Schools at Sovereign Hill. Sovereign Hill is keen to develop partnerships with Catholic schools to support better learning outcomes for students. Find out what we can offer.

 

St Mary’s Dandenong Visit in 2015

St Jude’s PS Scorsby: Student and Teacher Reflection

Gold Fever: Learning and Teaching in a Catholic School

Our Lady of Lourdes Bayswater Year 5 and 6 Visit: Teacher Reflection

Early Catholic Schools in Ballarat: An audio publication.

Student Reviews from St Bernards Bacchus Marsh: Review 1, Review 2, Review 3