Much More Than Marks - Learning for Life
At Shenton College a child’s schooling experience is more than an outstanding academic result. We strive to develop our students’ knowledge of the world and to foster the emotional and social intelligence they need to be active participants and leaders, now and in the future.
A successful student at Shenton College will be able to work in teams, care for others and be an active contributor to society. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in a rich learning environment that cultivates creativity and nurtures their individual talents.
Welcome to Shenton College and the Shenton Difference.
Mr Michael Morgan. BSc, Dip. Ed, MBA
IPS Review Findings Report
Shenton College recently completed an Independent Public School Review. Click here for a copy of the findings for you to read.
Shenton College Ranked Australia’s Top Public School
The Weekend Australian 1-2 June, 2013 published its annual review of Australian schools in its Your School supplement. The review is based on school performance data derived from the national NAPLAN Tests. The newspaper argues that the foundational skills tested in NAPLAN “remain the best indicators we have of how well a school and its students are doing academically.” The Your School supplement ranked Shenton College as the Number 1 Comprehensive Public Secondary School in Australia.
Winners of WA Secondary School & Principal of the Year
Shenton College wins School of the Year, Principal of the Year and WA Beginning Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year.
It’s known as the ‘Shenton difference’ and its what the judges said set this school apart. High quality teaching, a focus on the whole student, visionary leadership and strong partnerships are clearly evident. The social and emotional development of students sits along side their academic achievements, with high quality teaching at the heart of this school.
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Shenton College was also announced the 2013
Principal of the Year – Michael Morgan
Beginning Teacher of the Year- Rebecca Halse
Beginning Teacher of the Year – Josie Hodgers