Eamonn Moore

NSW
2023

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Eamonn Moore is an accomplished educator who is deeply passionate about providing the best opportunities for the students in his school. The utilisation of virtual learning has opened a new and exciting pathway to allow learners to access subjects and teachers without having to leave home and go away to study. With broad experience in NSW and ACT schools, Eamonn has an unwavering commitment to innovation and best practice.


Throughout his almost 40 years in Catholic Education, Eamonn has always sought opportunities to enrich the learning experiences of his students. By doing so he aims to provide senior students with a dynamic and engaging educational environment that prepares them for the challenges of the digital age.


Eamonn’s career as an educational leader began with his own academic pursuits. He earned a master’s degree in education technology where he developed a comprehensive understanding of the impact technology has on learning outcomes. Coupled with a passion for rural schools he always strives to create a positive change and enhance the opportunities available to country students.


As the Principal at McAuley Catholic Central School, Eamonn has overseen the introduction of Year 11 and 12 and very much looks forward to the graduation of the first HSC students in 2024. He assembled an expert team of teachers and worked with Catholic Education specialists to upskill staff and create innovative resources and learning tools to create virtual learning modules. These offerings provided an expanded subject path for students and quickly attracted a growth in enrolments from within and outside his town and area.


His Churchill Fellowship Research aims at building collaborative partnerships with other virtual learning institutions and experts. He aims to discover international best practice and utilise those connections and that information to strategically enhance the virtual learning path for all country students. 

Project

The Blakeney Millar Foundation Churchill Fellowship to investigate best practice in delivering innovative Stage 6 curriculum through virtual learning

The Blakeney Millar Foundation Churchill Fellowship to investigate best practice in delivering innovative Stage 6 curriculum through virtual learning

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Eamonn Moore

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