A learning centred school
Where we are now:
At present, the classroom environment, multiple timetables and siloed curriculum structures across Trinity Christian School are not compatible with a single educational environment. There are a range of options available for growth and development in this area to ensure Trinity delivers a consistent learning experience across the Preschool to Year 12 school community.
By 2022 we want to see:
An educational environment that is exciting, engaging and flexible. One that empowers learners to communicate, create and innovate in a globally connected world – competent in the skills of navigating and analysing technology and content from a Christian perspective. A place where students set, monitor and achieve their personal goals for excelling in learning.
How we are getting there in 2019:
Focus Area 1: A shared vision of what it means for Trinity to be a learning centred school and understanding of ‘authentic learning’.
- Create a whole school language of learning and potential projects.
- Identify, plan, pilot and evaluate a collection of initial authentic learning units.
- Develop a model for ongoing authentic learning implementation in 2020
Focus Area 2: A 2030 learning environment that is addresses different needs across the school.
- Define what a 2030 learning environment looks like.
- Generate concepts for a Trinity 2030 learning environment across different areas of the school.
- Develop, implement and evaluate initial pilot class concepts
Focus Area 3: An adaptable whole school timetable and consistent curriculum structure.
- Review existing school timetables.
- Propose options for a new, flexible ‘whole school’ timetable.
- Undertake consultation and engagement with various stakeholders.
- Finalise new timetable and corresponding curriculum structure, for implementation from 2020.