St Luke’s Anglican School
St Luke’s Anglican School believes in the small school approach; enabling learning which nurtures the individual, and providing one school for life, and education for life.
The Middle School Precinct: a building aimed to be a catalyst and enabler for new learning and teaching for their middle school. As a hub for active learning, the building provides spaces for collaboration, withdrawal and inquiry based learning, through the use of transparent learning spaces and a transparent staff drop-in area. The eight GLA’s, accompanied by five independent learning areas, are enclosed by glazed walls, allowing visibility both internally, into the main flexible learning area and other learning areas, and externally, to the green heart of the campus.
The New Middle School Precinct building includes;
- Flexible internal and external collaborative spaces for Small groups,
- Large groups and Self-directed student learning
- Better access to teachers and resources for inquiry based learning
- Connections to the green heart of the campus; the amphitheatre and oval
|Project name:||St Luke’s Anglican School|
|Location:||Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia|
|Architect:||McLellan Bush Architects|
|Brand:||Modulyss Carpet Tile|
|Range/s:||DSGN Absolute | Perpetual Xtra | In Groove | Pure Air|
|Format:||50cm x 50 cm Tile | 25cm x 100cm Plank|
|Photographer:||Paul Beutel Photography|