Exciting new spaces support school's commitment to learning.

When you’re passionate about a commitment to developing creative and critical minds of life-long learners then you need an environment that supports the teaching and learning. But how do you design a learning environment that facilitates ideation and collaborative practices necessary for your problem-solvers of the future?

St. Christopher’s Catholic Primary School in Sydney worked closely with their architects to create a ‘learning building’ filled with the latest technology, designed with open areas for large group discussions and active investigation areas where teachers can clearly communicate the intention of their lessons and students can wonder and discover. Take a tour of this innovative new building and hear from Principal Jamie Wahab and his teachers and students what they love the most about their new learning environments.  

“Welcome” and “inspired” were two words St. Christopher’s Catholic Primary School students used to describe how their exciting new ‘learning building’ makes them feel, when we took a recent tour.

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