Learning Principles

At ILSG we believe that powerful learning occurs when:

  • learning is inquiry based to explore big ideas and concepts and to activate the skills of creative and critical thinking.
  • learning is collaborative and globally aware through connections with communities and practice beyond the classroom
  • learning is individualised, relevant and challenging to meet the needs and interests of the learner.
  • learning is based in a supportive Christian love through positive relationships and partnerships
  • the learning environment nurtures the interests and needs (physical / social / emotional / spiritual) of learners as well as developing independence
  • learning is driven by quality and timely assessment and feedback practices


Term 1 2018


The Year 4 classes have been looking at place value and the structure of numbers.  They have worked with building numbers and breaking numbers into parts.  This week they carried out a mission to find a number hidden in pieces around the school.

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