have been a Goals coordinator since 2007. As a chaplain at this school I enjoy getting together with other Sacred Heart Schools and seeing/sharing all the great ideas and traditions we have in common. A real "Cor Unum" - "One Heart!"
I have been a Goals coordinator from 2014. I enjoy having opportunities to meet Goals coordinators from other Sacred Heart Schools and sharing how we can best implement each of our 5 Goals.
MOUNT ANVILLE MOUNTESSORI JUNIOR SCHOOL, DUBLIN
I have been a Goals coordinator from 2014. I enjoy interacting with other Sacred Heart colleagues, listening to contributions from speakers and am excited about the best ways in which we can share experiences with one another when focusing on the Goals.
MOUNT ANVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL, DUBLIN
I have been a Goals Coordinator since 2009 and have enjoyed every minute of it. I particularly like the Goals meetings in Dublin because the team of coordinators being so much energy to the table. It is a positive experience to see the variety of ideas each coordinator brings to live out the Goals each year.
Returning to school and installing a sense of pride in our Sacred Heart ethos is a gift. Helping pupils and staff to feel part of an international community and live out the goals in their daily lives is what I also enjoy about my role.
SAINT CATHERINE'S COLLEGE, ARMAGH, NORTHERN IRELAND
I have been a Goals Coordinator since 2015.The Goals meetings in Dublin are beneficial because we get the opportunity to share ideas and good practice. It is vital to build relationships and learn from others that have the same vision of Sacred Heart Education. I am proud to be a steward of the rich legacy left to us by Sophie Barat and the founders of the R.S.C.J
MOUNT SAINT CATHERINE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL, ARMAGH, NORTHERN IRELAND
I have been the Goals Coordinator and Chaplain since 2018. It is a pleasure to see our school communities embrace the goals so wholeheartedly and to have the opportunity to regularly meet together to share ideas and practice. The girls and staff certainly feel part of the wider Sacred Heart Network. Indeed, it says much about the ethos that, when girls from other Sacred Heart schools around the world come to stay with us, there is an instant connection and they feel very much at home. One faith, one heart!
A sacred heart educated girl (kilgraston) now teaching at a sacred heart school in Aberdeen. I have been a goal co-ordinator since 2015. The network provides a feeling of community and belonging for the staff and pupils and gives us a focus to keep the core values of the Sacred Heart alive.