Let’s work together!
Santa Sophia Catholic College acknowledges that parents and caregivers are the primary educators of their child. It is the mission of the college to form strong partnerships with all parents and caregivers to work together in helping all students grow and be the best version of themselves.
The college has a number of initiatives designed to form partnerships with families to help support the academic growth of their children, including
Parents/caregivers of secondary students will have access to their child’s digital portfolio to monitor their child’s achievements and ‘next steps to improve’ in all subjects. The portfolios are updated daily giving parents/caregivers access to real-time twenty-four-seven reporting.Learn more
Parent Education Network
Santa Sophia offers events with expert speakers (3 times a year) and general meetings with those interested who are wanting to provide feedback or be involved in parent initiatives (once a term).
Santa Sophia Connect Facebook LIVE events
These focus on a variety of topics (digital technology, wellbeing and anxiety, helping your child with literacy and numeracy at home). At the start of the year we survey our parents on topics which would be valuable for them - and this forms the basis of the topics for the sessions. Parents can join in LIVE and ask questions during the session or watch the replay. You can find previous sessions on our Facebook Page or our Youtube channel.Facebook YouTube
During the year we have many opportunities for parents to be involved in school events such as carnivals, Masses and other celebrations. We encourage our parents to attend where possible so we can grow as a whole school community with students, teachers and parents.Learn more
Parent Online Membership
All families at the College are offered a FREE premium "Happy Families" membership with Dr Justin Coulson, providing access to an online portal filled with regularly updated videos, articles and webinars on various topics. They can also participate in LIVE webinars and Q and A sessions with Dr Justin Coulson.Learn more
We welcome the contribution volunteers make to the life of our school
As we are committed to keeping students safe, all volunteers in schools are required to complete the building child safe communities undertaking form and child protection training module before volunteering. These checks reduce potential risk and forms part of our strategy to build child safe communities.Start Your Online Training