Clara is a dedicated teacher in Fatuberliu, Timor-Leste. Married and with a young son her goal is to teach and guide her students as if they were her own child. Clara recently completed Mary MacKillop Today’s Health Literacy training
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Mary MacKillop Today’s Mobile Learning Centre (MLC) operates in and around Dili in Timor-Leste. Manychallenges exist for children to access quality education, with many schools and pre-schools outside of the capital lacking basic resourc
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I believe at the heart of it, that is what Mary MacKillop was trying to achieve… for children to be free, to express themselves, to grow, to learn, to be inspired. To live life fully with a sense of optimism and nurturing.
Mary MacKillop Today’s Timorese staff have trained thousands of teachers, approximately 15 per cent of the entire teaching population, on how to deliver the national curriculum using innovation and creativity.
It’s been three years in the planning but finally it’s all coming together. In mid July, eight Year 11 students from St Joseph’s East Gosford will be flying into Timor-Leste to participate in the Mary MacKillop Today immersion.
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As of July 1st 2018 Mary MacKillop International, the Mary MacKillop Foundation and the Josephite Foundation are now a single ministry, Mary MacKillop Today. Proudly continuing the works of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in the spirit of Mary MacKillop.
Mary MacKillop Today acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land, past and present, on which all our offices are located.
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