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Our Growth

The CoRE Learning Model has already been implemented in 21 schools across the Pilbara, Goldfields, Wheatbelt and Perth Metropolitan regions, either as part of the school's timetable daily Science curriculum or as a Science-elective program.

The CoRE Learning Model is currently being adapted to the Resource, Agriculture, Aerospace and Transport sectors. With plans to expand into Manufacturing, Health and Defense Industries.

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58%

of CoRE Alumni are Female

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33%

speak English as a second Language

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10%

are Aboriginal

A Historical Educator Growth for The CoRE Learning Foundation.

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2015 marked the formation of the CoRE Learning Model at the Lighthouse School Kent Street. In 2019 the CoRE Expansion officially formed and began with the addition of our first regional school - Tom Price Senior High School.

The linkage between educational pathways and industry employment has always been at the forefront of the CoRE Learning Model. Our Alumni students attest to CoRE Learning Model's validity, value and future application post-graduation.​ These figures show that the CoRE Learning Model is educating the workers of the future.

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The positive impact that the CoRE Learning Model has to offer has grown immensely, not only are more schools joining CoRE but existing schools are expanding the program within, a testament to its success.

Providing ongoing support to our educators and schools is what make the CoRE difference. We are boots on the ground, evolving, adapting and changing to each group's needs. This year we excelled, ensuring that every one of our schools develops their own CoRE style #TheRealClassroom.

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