Specialist Subjects

At Sacred Heart students take part in one 60-minute session of each specialist subject once per week. In addition to this, there are also celebrations and special days throughout the year for some specialist classes, for example, Cross-Country House-Sports, Athletics House Sports, Italian Day, Junior Unit Social and School Concert.


We have listed below the four specialists subjects that are available to students.

Physical Education: Our school promotes the development of a healthy lifestyle by providing a well-organised and active environment in which students can participate in a wide range of sports and physical activities. As well as improving fitness, participation in sport and physical education develops a sense of fair play, self-confidence and an ability to work with others as part of a team.

Performing Arts: The Performing Arts program enables exploration of the dynamic relationships between the four arts subjects: dance, drama, media arts and music. This involves students making and responding to artworks in many forms using various materials, techniques and technologies. Within all arts subjects, design facilitates the creative and practical realisation of ideas. develops student enjoyment, appreciation, creativity, skills and understandings.

Digital Technology: Digital Technology ensures that all students benefit from learning about and working with the many forms of technology that shape the world in which we live. This learning area encourages students to apply their knowledge, practical skills and processes when using technologies and other resources to create innovative solutions that meet current and future needs. The technologies learning area includes design and technology, and digital technologies.

Languages: The Language that we teach at Sacred Heart is Italian. The study of languages is an integral part of a broad and balanced education for all learners. An understanding of more than one language offers students cultural and intellectual advantages and the potential to become genuine citizens of the world.


Sacred Heart Mildura acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.

Sacred Heart is committed to being an inclusive culture where everyone has the right to feel safe.