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Executive Team Address – Term 1 Week 6

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address
TERM 1 WEEK 6 REFLECTIONS

Student Leadership

This year our Student Leadership Group (School Prefects) have hit the ground running. Their duties are many and varied and in a relatively short period of time they proved to be exceptionally keen and industrious.

Executive Team Address – Term 1 Week 4

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address
TERM 1 WEEK 4 REFLECTIONS
How to help your child reach their potential

In the ETA last week, the focal point of reflection was on self-improvement, which is the goal for every student of EACS. Establishing good work and study habits and daily routines is essential if a student is going to give themselves the best chance of achieving future success.

Executive Team Address – Term 1 Week 3

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address

TERM 1 WEEK 3 REFLECTIONS

Self-Improvement – The goal for all at EACS

At the commencement of the School year all EACS staff and students were encouraged to continue to strive for personal excellence and to set a goal to make small improvements in their academic, social and spiritual lives, every day.

Executive Team Address – Term 1 Week 2 2020

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address
TERM 1 WEEK 2 REFLECTIONS

The phrase ‘hitting the ground running’ is always an interesting one, but it has clear connotations. That an activity has been commenced with vitality and enthusiasm. That one’s best effort is being attributed, and that early success signs are evident.

Executive Team Address – 19th November 2019

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address

TERM 4 WEEK 6 REFLECTIONS

Non-Cognitive Competencies and 21st Century Skills

In 2018, the Australian Government funded research and a report titled: ‘Through Growth to Achieve; The Review
to Achieve Education Excellence in Australian Schools’. This review identified three priorities which included the
need to equip every student to be a creative, connected and engaged learner in a rapidly changing world.

Executive Team Address – 11th November 2019

The ‘ETA’ Executive Team Address

TERM 4 WEEK 5 REFLECTIONS

“Lest we forget”

At 11 am on 11 November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years continuous warfare. The allied armies had driven the German invaders back, having inflicted heavy defeats upon them over the preceding four months.