Learning in Lutheran schools is different
We nurture the whole child to inspire them to learn for life in a world where change will be the only constant.
In the next twenty years, more than 40 per cent of Australia’s jobs will be automated. As many as 60 per cent of students may be preparing for jobs that won’t exist when they graduate. In the words of Daniel Pink, “we need to prepare children not for our past, but for their future.”
Lutheran Education Queensland is recognised for delivering high academic standards and providing students with rich and diverse learning opportunities to ignite their passions and thrive as learners.
Our vision and mission is framed by strong Christian values, service and care, and recognition that all individuals have the ability to succeed and grow as worthwhile citizens within this contemporary world.
Students in Lutheran Education Queensland schools are nurtured through a strong supportive network of pastoral care to support their learning. Through the implementation of latest modern curriculums, including the Australian Curriculum, and guided by innovative educators, our learners become resilient, empathetic, critical thinking problem solvers.
Insight into contemporary learning: Living Faith Lutheran Primary School
Living Faith Lutheran Primary School, one of three Lutheran Education Queensland schools to be awarded in The Educator Magazine ‘Top 40 Australian Innovative Schools for 2017’, is an example of how we’re answering the call to contemporary learning models that inspire students to learn for life.
Lutheran Education Queensland is world-renown for our contemporary learning approach. Educators from across the world visit our schools to gain an insight into how our project-based learning styles and innovative physical learning environments are producing resilient critical thinkers and confident learners.
Find out more about Lutheran Education Queensland’s contemporary learning approach and how we’re making a real difference by viewing:
- Living Faith Lutheran Primary School’s Learning Plaza video (below).