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Perth’s All Saints’ College has again been recognised as one of the country’s leading independent schools after being recognised for two consecutive years, in two categories, by the Australian Education Awards committee.


The coeducational College has been shortlisted in the categories of ‘Secondary School of the Year – Non-government’ and ‘Best School Strategic Plan’ for the Australian Education Awards 2020.


Principal, Belinda Provis, commented that this recognition reflects the College staff and community‘s commitment to innovation and new ways of thinking.


“The College is united behind Benang: Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023* which, at its core, lays out a roadmap for our community to strive towards achieving our vision of making a positive difference in the world,” said Ms Provis, WA’s only Australian finalist for Principal of the Year – Non-government in 2019.


“The Plan’s consultation process was wide and deep, and subsequently sought to foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship across the  College’s curriculum and business operations.


“The resulting Plan has inspired and guided us as we nurture and support young people who, armed with a strong academic foundation and suite of life skills, a clear set of values and a positive sense of their own sense of efficacy, continue to thrive, seeing themselves as empowered and capable agents of change.” 


Benang: Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023 was developed to facilitate the delivery of a contemporary education that blends the knowledge and skills of academic disciplines with a focus on developing future-focused capabilities, an increased focus on student agency and entrepreneurial learning with its emphasis on real-world problem finding and problem-solving.