Our

Sacré Cœur

Our Governance

Our Governance

Sacré Cœur Board

Governance and planning

Sacré Cœur is governed by its School Board. In 1982, Sacré Cœur became an incorporated body and the Society entrusted to the Directors of Sacré Cœur the conduct of the School which had been carried on by the Society since its establishment in 1888. The School Board consists of nine members approved by the Provincial Superior.

The Board is responsible for:

  • determining overall policy for Sacré Cœur within the tradition and philosophy of the Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart education
  • the appointment of the Principal with the approval of the Provincial
  • the financial control of the School
  • long term planning
  • formulating and monitoring an annual budget.

A number of sub-committees exist to provide advice and make recommendations to the School Board on specific areas of our operations. Current sub-committees include:

  • Building and Property Management
  • Community Council
  • Community Relations
  • Education and Mission
  • Finance
  • Risk
  • Special Projects

School Board Members:

School Performance

Strategic Plan

From strong foundations: 2017-2020

We are delighted to share our Strategic Plan for the 2017-2020 period.

When you read through the pages of the Strategic Plan you will:

  • read about our philosophy of continuous improvement
  • feel the energy and high levels of innovation within the School
  • relate to the desire we have to educate girls in a 21st Century model of education celebrating their global citizenship
  • be touched by the five Goals of our Sacred Heart Education and the impact each has on the girls’ development.

True to our commitment to building community as a Christian value, the Strategic Plan was the result of a year-long consultative process with staff, students, alumnae, parents (past and present), Foundation Board, School Board and RSCJ to ascertain what is distinctly Sacré Cœur, what are our strengths, our challenges, our vision and our hopes for the next four years.

We are very indebted to the efforts and commitment of the School Leadership Team, School Board and staff who have worked tirelessly on this very comprehensive Strategic Plan.

 

 

Annual Report to the School Community

 

School Policies

At Sacré Cœur we aspire to the highest professional standards amongst our teaching and non-teaching staff. This is reflected in the quality of the relationship between staff and students, the learning environment created and the concern for each individual. This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

 

This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

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