Learning at Salesian College Sunbury is student-centred, focused on supporting our students as independent lifelong learners, compassionate and engaged in life.
We practice St. John Bosco’s preventive approach in every classroom, which prioritises the development of strong relationships between teachers and learners. This is brought to life in the way we respect, talk and listen to our students as valued members of our College community.
We ensure a breadth of curriculum, which is aimed at the development of the academic, spiritual, social and physical dimensions of the student. We aim to produce collaborative problem solvers who can serve as ‘active citizens and good Christians.’
Through project-based learning, students at our College are provided with opportunities to be active participants in their learning, with a focus on developing their skills and knowledge to attend to authentic, real-world problems.
We recognise the diversity of skills required to meet the changing demands of society and the importance of the use of technology. Our BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) Program, supported by our learning management system,
mean that students and families can access learning resources at any time.