St Luke’s offers Professional Learning Tours and Workshops for teachers, educators and industry partners
These tours and workshops offer participants the opportunity to see the learning spaces and observe teaching and learning practices as they take place at St Luke’s. Also, participants in tours and workshop will meet with students, teachers, educators and senior leaders as they do the work. Of course, we also see this an opportunity for visitors to ask questions and offer feedback as part of our commitment to pursue innovation in our context.
St Luke’s Catholic College, located in Marsden Park in the rapidly growing corridor of Sydney’s north west, is an innovative, stage-based and flexible learning environment which nurtures and grows faith-filled, curious children to become creative contributors and innovative problem solvers for a changing world. St Luke’s Catholic College, Is a ‘next generation Learning Community’ designing and establishing the ‘new normal’ for preschool to post school learning.
Professional Learning Visits will occur on Fridays in Week 4 and Week 8 of each term aligned with NSW school terms. The dates are as follows:
Friday 13th May and
Thursday 9th June
Friday 6th August and
Friday 9th September
Friday 28th October and
Friday 25th November
As part of a range of offerings, participants will be introduced to relevant members of staff about:
linking literacy, numeracy and syllabus outcomes with important social skills and enterprise skills as expressed through our 6 Pillars of Learning
innovative processes for reporting and student-led conferences
operations, structures and roles which support a preschool to post-school learning community from 6.30am to 6pm; and
future possibilities including curriculum design and flexible learning pathways
Further to this, participants will view agile learning spaces with the opportunity to ask questions of teachers and students as they do the work.