Learning & Teaching

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

 

Program of Inquiry

The Programme of Inquiry is designed to maximise the potential of all; empowering independence, excellence, innovation and engagement with the world. The POI makes connections across all disciplines to develop skills, knowledge and understandings.  The POI is designed to be relevant, significant, challenging and engaging to all students from Foundation to Year Six. Within the POI, students inquire into and learn about the six globally significant transdisciplinary themes.

    • Who we are
    • Where we are in place and time
    • How we express ourselves
    • How the world works
    • How we organise ourselves
    • Sharing the planet

2019 Program of Inquiry

Philosophical Learning Statement

“Through a holistic approach to education we aspire to develop life long learning.”
Our Lady of the Nativity Vision Statement

At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver a curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future (Gerver, 2010). Our core beliefs about contemporary learning in a Catholic context are that:

  • Learning is personalised, learner centred and caters for the uniqueness and diversity within our learning community.
  • Learning is a dynamic, organic and purposeful process. Our mission is to ignite individual passions and equip students for their learning and life journeys.
  • High expectations, and an awareness of ourselves as learners, drive us to reach our full potential.
  • Learners are innovators and creative thinkers who must be empowered and motivated to take responsibility for their own learning and be active participants in the world.
  • All learning journeys and discoveries are recognised, valued and celebrated.

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

Powerful Learning statement

We believe powerful learning is engaging, collaborative and student driven.

Feedback and reflection will promote challenging, purposeful, relevant learning that is transferable and life-long.

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

 

Philosophical Learning Statement

“Through a holistic approach to education we aspire to develop life long learning.”
Our Lady of the Nativity Vision Statement

At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver a curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future (Gerver, 2010). Our core beliefs about contemporary learning in a Catholic context are that:

  • Learning is personalised, learner centred and caters for the uniqueness and diversity within our learning community.
  • Learning is a dynamic, organic and purposeful process. Our mission is to ignite individual passions and equip students for their learning and life journeys.
  • High expectations, and an awareness of ourselves as learners, drive us to reach our full potential.
  • Learners are innovators and creative thinkers who must be empowered and motivated to take responsibility for their own learning and be active participants in the world.
  • All learning journeys and discoveries are recognised, valued and celebrated.

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

Powerful Learning statement

We believe powerful learning is engaging, collaborative and student driven.

Feedback and reflection will promote challenging, purposeful, relevant learning that is transferable and life-long.

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

 

Philosophical Learning Statement

“Through a holistic approach to education we aspire to develop life long learning.”
Our Lady of the Nativity Vision Statement

At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver a curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future (Gerver, 2010). Our core beliefs about contemporary learning in a Catholic context are that:

  • Learning is personalised, learner centred and caters for the uniqueness and diversity within our learning community.
  • Learning is a dynamic, organic and purposeful process. Our mission is to ignite individual passions and equip students for their learning and life journeys.
  • High expectations, and an awareness of ourselves as learners, drive us to reach our full potential.
  • Learners are innovators and creative thinkers who must be empowered and motivated to take responsibility for their own learning and be active participants in the world.
  • All learning journeys and discoveries are recognised, valued and celebrated.

“At Our Lady of the Nativity we aim to deliver an inquiry based curriculum and design learning experiences that maintain the integrity of the crucial core skills – reading, writing and numeracy – while creating a vibrant learning experience that the children feel is important to them now and into the future”

Powerful Learning statement

We believe powerful learning is engaging, collaborative and student driven.

Feedback and reflection will promote challenging, purposeful, relevant learning that is transferable and life-long.

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