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The Good Shepherd Catholic College
Mount Isa
School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan

Faith and Mission




Goal 1 - Seek ways of making Liturgy meaningful in the lives of students and staff

Goal 2 - Examine ways of ensuring the College continues to live the experience of a Catholic community in action

Goal 3  - To involve and encourage parents to participate in the life of the College and to be real partners in the education of their children.

Goal 4  - Encourage members of the College community to live the values of the Catholic faith and to be participants in the life of the Good Shepherd Parish.

Goal 5 - Use data to develop a performance based culture through high quality teaching and effective whole-school processes.

Goal 6 - To continue to develop whole school tracking system and processes.

Goal 7  - To implement agreed elements of the Australian Curriculum

Goal 8 - Improve outcomes for our Indigenous students.

Goal 9 - Transition to Google+ Suite through the implementation of Chromebooks in Year 8 and 9.

Goal 10 - To implement effective induction programs for beginning teachers and new teachers to the school.

Goal 11 - To establish active and authentic involvement of the student voice in College decision making.

Goal 12 - Develop and support the ongoing formation of highly competent staff through whole College teacher improvement practices.

Goal 13 - Prepare for the transition of Year 7 students entering the College in 2015.

Goal 14 - To increase participation in Senior Schooling in the College by continuing to develop a high quality and holistic educational experience.

Goal 15 - Develop effective staff recruitment and retention strategies.

# TCEO Direction – Will remain a focus for numerous years.

The Good Shepherd Catholic College Mount Isa

Address Cnr Mary & Camooweal St, Mount Isa QLD

Phone (07) 4743 2509

Office Hours 8.00am - 3.30pm

We are in week 7 of Term 2
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Traditional Owners Kalkadoon People

The Good Shepherd Catholic College community acknowledges the Kalkadoon People, The Traditional owners of the land on which our college sits. We also acknowledge and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres strait islander elders, past, present and emerging.