School Governance

St Aloysius College is governed by Mercy Education Limited (Mercy Education).

Mercy Education Limited (Mercy Education) is an incorporated ministry of Mercy Ministry Companions (MMC). MMC is responsible for ensuring, as faithfully as Catherine McAuley and her sisters, that the Catholic identity, charism and spirituality of schools previously under the stewardship of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea (ISMAPNG), thrive into the future. The existence of Mercy Education Limited gives strength, support and solidarity to each of the member Mercy schools and its community.

Read the full Governance statement here.

Leadership Team

Back Row: Mr Steve Andrews (Business Manager), Ms Jacqui Mcilroy (Deputy Principal Pastoral Care), Mr Nick Tattoli (Deputy Principal Administration)
Front Row: Jacqui Jury (Director of Teaching and Learning), Ms Paddy McEvoy (Principal), Ms Abby Matte ( Primary Coordinator)

Advisory Council

The St Aloysius College Advisory Council provides advice and support to the Principal and staff of the College.

Members of the Advisory Council are valued for their wisdom and the contribution they make to the functioning of the College and work together to ensure that the Mercy ethos underpins the life of the College. The Advisory Council consists of up to 12 members, appointed by the Principal in consultation with Mercy Education Limited.

Sub-committees are appointed for specific tasks. The Advisory Council appoints a Finance Committee, which reports to the Advisory Council.

Back row: Mr Samir Madi, Ms Josephine King, Ms Paddy McEvoy (Principal), Ms Yvonne McKernan, Ms Lisa Dallow, Ms Doreen Maiello (Minutes Secretary)
Front row: Professor Nicholas Procter, Sr Helen Owens RSM, Dr Sue Holoubek (Chair), Mr Steve Andrews (Business Manager)

Annual Community Report

Each year, the Annual Community Report provides our community members with an opportunity to access information around the highlights and outcomes of the school year. Access our current Annual Community Report.

School Policies

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