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Mount Alvernia College

Educating young women in the Franciscan tradition

Learning Vision

Staff work with intention and in partnership with students, across curriculum, pedagogy, well-being programs, extra-curricular and pastoral relationships to reflect our learning vision for the Mount Alvernia graduate.  

Graduate Profile

Mount Alvernia Graduates are people of hope, courage, industry, persistence and curiosity. They are highly literate and numerate; they know how to learn and are committed to ongoing improvement. Capable critical thinkers, they value accuracy, precision and feedback. They engage in respectful, robust questioning and conversation to progress their own learning.  They practise their skills and routines with regularity to ensure proficiency. They value work readiness, diversity, tolerance and global perspectives and recognise the role they will play as changemakers for a socially just and ecologically sustainable future.

Key Learner Dispositions

Teachers work with students intentionally to emphasise the following learner dispositions:

  • Readiness
  • Aspiration
  • Persistence
  • Agency
  • Scholarship

 

Teaching Framework

Mount Alvernia Graduates are people of hope, courage, industry, persistence and curiosity. They are highly literate and numerate; they know how to learn and are committed to ongoing improvement. As capable, critical thinkers, they value accuracy, precision and feedback. They engage in respectful, robust questioning and conversation to progress their own learning. They practise their skills and routines with regularity to ensure proficiency. They value work readiness, diversity, tolerance and global perspectives and recognise the role they will play as changemakers for a socially just ecologically sustainable future.