All Saints’ College named first Centre for Educational Enterprise partner school


Scholar and futurist Professor Yong Zhao was the All Saints; College Academic-in-Residence last month.
Scholar and futurist Professor Yong Zhao was the All Saints; College Academic-in-Residence last month.

ALL Saints’ College continues to forge a path in the innovation and entrepreneurial sectors after it was named Western Australia’s first Centre for Educational Enterprise (CEE) partner school.

The CEE creates a space for schools and partner organisations from around the world to learn with and from each other through the sharing of ideas, research and innovations.

CEE member schools aim to equip their students with the skills required to explore opportunities for personal and community growth and development in the modern world.

All Saints’ College principal Belinda Provis said the new partnership built on a number of the College’s enterprise and invention initiatives, including the launch this year of the College’s innovation and social entrepreneurship incubation space, Propeller Enterprise.

“All Saints’ is committed to building a range of partnerships that will help foster the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit in our young people,” Ms Provis said.

“We are partnering with the best creative minds in Australia and across the world to foster future-enabled young people.

“The other beauty of this approach is that it seeks to enhance the innate skills and passions of the individual child; it is certainly not a ‘one-size fits all’ approach to education.”

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