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Mercy Education Limited (Mercy Education) is an incorporated ministry of the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea (ISMAPNG), charged with operating all educational ministries for which the Institute has sole sponsorship. Mercy Education is one of the many works operated by the Institute throughout Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Mercy Education will operate at all times as part of the mission of the Catholic Church in conformity with canon law and in strict conformity with the ethical framework of the Institute as determined by the Institute Leader and Council from time to time.

ISMAPNG is involved with twelve fully sponsored schools – eight in Victoria, three in Western Australia and one in South Australia. The governance role of the Board of Mercy Education is confined to the twelve ISMAPNG sponsored schools and sets policies, approves each school’s strategic plan, appoints Principals, approves senior leadership positions and fulfils due diligence in the area of finance and audit management, capital development, risk management and litigation. 

Mercy Education is the Employer of the Principal and staff of the Mercy colleges. The existence of Mercy Education gives strength, support and solidarity to each of the member Mercy schools and its community.

Governance

Mercy Education Charter

The aim of all Mercy schools is to be true to Catherine McAuley, the foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, who wanted first and foremost for her schools to live and to teach the Good News revealed in Jesus Christ. Our commitment to Catherine’s vision as a lens through which to embrace the Gospel message inspires our schools to strive for excellence in learning and achieve student success.

 

 

Read the charter here

Mercy in Action

Aligning our Houses with Mercy organisations

 

At St. Aloysius College, each of our four Houses – VerdonScullyMcAuley and Fallon – is aligned with a specific Mercy supported organisation so that our students have an opportunity to learn about and support the many and varied works of Mercy.

 

Australian Mercy Secondary School Association

Fostering mercy spirituality and ethos

The aim of the Association is to further Mercy spirituality and ethos for secondary education through sharing expertise and resources and by providing national and international forums for Mercy educators.

 

The Association is open to educators in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania in secondary schools auspiced by the Sisters of Mercy or where the Sisters of Mercy were founders and leaders.

 

Click on the following link to read the Associations newsletter: http://amssa.mercy.org.au

Democratic Principles

St Aloysius College adheres to and promotes the principles and practices of Australian democracy including a commitment to:

  • Elected government
  • The rule of law
  • Equal right for all before the law
  • Freedom of religion
  • Freedom of speech and association
  • The values of openness and tolerance

As such St Aloysius College adheres to the reporting requirements under Commonwealth and State Funding agreement and makes available on request reports to all aspects of school performance to members of the College Community.

Policies

Child Safe

Student Wellbeing and Pastoral Care at St. Aloysius College is central to all that we do. As a community we strive for our students to be personally fulfilled, to know their own worth and to enjoy participating actively in the life of the College.  As a Mercy School we are inspired by our Mercy Education values of: Justice, Compassion, Hospitality, Courage, Respect and Service. The physical, emotional and social safety of our girls is of the utmost importance and the College has a number of policies and practices in place to support and care for our girls. St Aloysius College has a zero tolerance of child abuse.

 

Links to documents:

 

College Operations

Annual Report

The 2018 school year provided rich and diverse opportunities and experiences for the students of St Aloysius College.

Our goals and vision are student centred; together with the Leadership Team the Staff work to provide innovative and engaging programs and facilities for all students.

Download the 2018 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2017 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2016 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2015 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2014 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2013 Annual Report to find out more

Download the 2012 Annual Report to find out more 

Strategic Plan

Our strategic plan outlining our Mission, Vision and Values is set-out below.

Strategic Plan 2018 -2020

 

Advisory Council
An Advisory Council  has been appointed to act as a Consultative Council for the College and the Principal and to act as an advisory body to Mercy Education Ltd, as, and when, required.
 

Its primary functions are to:

 

  • assist in the development of policy
  • provide advice concerning financial administration, capital development and maintenance
  • participate in strategic planning and development
  • supervise fund raising activities

Employment

Employment Opportunities

 

Positions Vacant

 

Health and Physical Education Teacher – Role Description

 

Applications are invited for the role of Health and Physical Education Teacher commencing Term 1, 2020 to teach Years 7-10 and VCE Human Health and Development. The applicant may also be responsible for Coordinating the Sports program at the College.

 

The successful applicant will be an innovative Health & Physical Education Teacher and be able to demonstrate a passion for engaging and challenging their students and work collaboratively with other professionals.

 

  

Applications should include:

 
  • A cover letter addressed to the Principal that demonstrates your suitability to undertake the requirements of the position.
  • A curriculum vitae detailing your relevant qualifications and experience.
  • Contact details of three referees.
  • Applicants are requested to email their application to the Principal at employment@aloysius.vic.edu.au by the specified closing date.
 

The selection committee will review all applications following the closing date and if you are successfully shortlisted, you will be contacted by phone to arrange a suitable time to attend an interview.

 

Please be aware that both processes may take up to 2 weeks following the closing date for applications.

 

St Aloysius College is an equal employment opportunity employer and applies strict privacy and confidentiality guidelines to the handling of your personal information in compliance with current legislation.

 

 

Employment at St Aloysius College is subject to the following requirements:

 
  • Applicants for teaching positions must hold current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
  • Other staff (non-academic staff, including sessional music staff, sports coaches and other casuals) must hold, or be prepared to undergo, a Working with Children Check and/or a National Police Record Check.

 

 

Child Protection Requirements

 

St Aloysius College is a Child Safe School. We commit to ensuring the safety and well-being of the children and young people in our care.

 

All Policies under the Child Safe section of our website should be read and understood before applying for Employment at St Aloysius College.

 

Recruitment and Selection Policy

Employment Collection Notice

The twelve ISMAPNG sponsored schools

These schools are:

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, VIC. Catherine McAuley College, Bendigo, VIC. Mercedes College, Perth, WA. Mount Lilydale Mercy College, Lilydale VIC. Our Lady of Mercy College, Heidelberg, VIC. Sacred Heart College, Geelong, VIC. Santa Maria College, Attadale, WA. Sacred Heart College, Kyneton, VIC. St Aloysius College, Adelaide, SA. St Brigid’s College, Lesmurdie, WA. St Joseph’s College, Mildura, VIC. The Academy of Mary Immaculate, Fitzroy VIC.
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