Our Learning Commons is a thriving and essential part of College life. It is a learning hub and community zone in which students and teachers can gather for learning, reading, communication, collaboration and leisure. The multi zoned, flexible and attractive spaces inspire, motivate and expand the horizons of students through innovative resources. Curriculum support will be provided for classes, individual students and Year 12 private study groups in the various zones.
Our Learning Commons aims to inspire, motivate and support 21st century students and the education staff in our community environment. Students can expand their horizons through its learning and reading programs, resources, activity groups and special events.
The Information Literacy Program will assist students in becoming independent, lifelong learners who can gather, critically evaluate, synthesise and use information to generate new knowledge and understandings. The students will be supported in learning how to efficiently navigate the vast online world of digital information. The will also learn how to use technology as a critical thinking and learning tool, rather than just as a vehicle for entertainment and communication.
The Wide Reading Initiatives will encourage students to become independent lifelong readers who understand the joy of reading, and who regularly engage in sustained reading in a range of genres, complexity and media.
Our Learning Commons is a physical and virtual learning and collaborative space that connects learners and helps them to construct knowledge and