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Our Academic Executive and Curriculum team promote a culture of high expectations and accountability among teachers, students and families, and develop targeted learning programs to enable students to achieve their learning potential.
Our scholastic models and teaching methods are informed by the very best research, data, resources and educational organisations in the world including; Harvard Graduate School of Education, Headmasters and Headmistresses Council (HMC, UK), Grattan Institute, McKinsey and Associates, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). St Leonard’s College was the only Australian school invited to engage in the OECD 2030 project – The Future of Education. This project is focussed on the development of curriculum and pedagogical practice to address the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that today’s students will need to thrive in the increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.
Our ELC offers an enriching and stimulating educational program for children aged three to five years.
Our highly qualified staff foster a setting where children begin to develop the skills and qualities necessary to become lifelong learners, and provide a rich environment for social, intellectual and physical development.
Our St Leonard's College Visual Arts program provides our students with highly engaging opportunities to explore and develop their creative talents and build impressive portfolios as foundations for their future careers.
The program is delivered by our incredibly dedicated and passionate teachers who delight in nurturing the creative interests and skills of our young people.
An academic extension program operates throughout Middle School and offers selected students enrichment classes in English, Mathematics and Science. Our dedicated Talent Development Coordinator facilitates participation in external programs such as Tournament of Minds, da Vinci Decathlon and Future Problem Solving.
These state, national and international competitions develop critical and creative thinking skills across a range of disciplines. Teachers serve as mentors to small groups of students, working closely with them as they prepare for the competitions and offering support and guidance in their specific area of expertise.
Our students regularly qualify for state, national and international finals in talent development competitions, providing opportunities for interstate and international travel, and for students to connect with like-minded peers from schools around the country and the world.