Learning in Year Eight
Our deep hope for our Year Eight students arises from our commitment to assist parents to fulfil their God-given task of teaching children respect for the Lord. Therefore, we deeply hope that our students grow to see themselves as members of a faith-community rich in God’s ‘shalom’.
Schools are agencies of socialisation, so we seek to make the curriculum valuable not merely for the sake of engagement, but to contribute to a communal ethos of selflessness such that each student, of whatever ability, is respected and treated as a person who has a genuine place in God’s plan.
Year 8 Student
At MCC, I feel that I am cared for and that I belong there, because of the kindness of my mates and all of the teachers.
- Digital Technology
- Language (LOTE) – Japanese
- Physical Education
- Health and Human Relationships
- Food Studies
Co-Curricular Unique to Year 8:
- Year 8 Camp
- Strength and Shine Personal Development Programs
- Peer Pressure Program