A unique aspect of learning at Loreto Normanhurst is our ground-breaking subject Integrated Learning. The Integrated Learning curriculum develops collaborative learners who are challenged to think deeply about the world around them, engaging in real-world content that requires critical and creative thinking to pose questions and solve problems.
Through a series of tasks that focus on real-world situations, students develop the skills of independent and life-long learning. These skills focus on the effective use of ICT, a range of literacies from word literacy to critical literacy, and the development of EQ skills.
An example of Integrated Learning can be seen through our video that is featured on the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) 2030 Future of Education and Skills Project website. This is a great recognition of how we prepare students for the future by equipping them with a sense of purpose as well as the competencies they need to fulfil their own potential, contribute to the lives of others and help make a better future.