Contemporary spaces for learning and teaching assist our students to take pride in their School, learn cooperative skills and become better citizens.
We have a number of contemporary learning and teaching areas around our School.
Contemporary Learning Spaces
Most of our learning spaces open up to create larger, more dynamic spaces. Interactive whiteboards (IWBs) and screens are located around the School and are used by staff and students to support learning. Students often move around learning spaces when the need arises.
The Camino Centre is an example of a contemporary space for our students to learn in. This facility has four general learning areas, as well as a media room with a green screen, wet area, kitchen and mezzanine.
Santiago (Contemporary Resource Centre)
Our Santiago space was refurbished thanks to funding from the Australian Government’s Building the Education Revolution programme. It has a conference room that is accessible for a range of requirements. The Resource Centre houses our books and other resources that students borrow during timetabled sessions. The space can be configured to suit any occasion.