Tours & Further Information
School tours and/or a prospectus are available upon request - the prospectus and current fee information is also available on the website.
Contact: Mrs Marian Hutson,
Director of Enrolments
Ph: (02) 9438-6200
Or visit: Enrolment Process » St Luke's Grammar School
The mission of St Luke’s Grammar School is to provide girls and boys with a high-quality education within a learning community based on Christian beliefs and practice, which will enable students to develop their individual abilities and contribute positively to the world in which they live. Students are encouraged to look outward and make a difference in the world.
Motto / Vision
Equipping students to make a difference in the world The School aims to work in partnership with parents to prepare young women and young men who are educated, developed and inspired to go out into the world to impact positively upon the lives of others.
Resilient learners are able to be absorbed in ther learning. They can manage distractions around them focusing instead on their learning. Resilient learners are able to notice subtle changes in their environment, identify patterns and details which inform their understanding and, perhaps most importantly, resilient learners demonstarte perseverance when faced with challenging learning tasks.
Resourceful learners are good at asking quastions which support their learning and the learning of others, they quickly make links between different ideas, can use reasoning to form an arguement and imagine new possibilities. Finally, resourceful learners are able to capitalise on the resources available to them inside and outside the classroom.
Reflective learners plan their approach to their learning, continually revise how they are learning, are able to identify the main points they need to learn (distilling) and have a good understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses as a learner (meta-learning).
Students who are strong in reciprocity know both when they will learn best on their own and when they will learn best with others (interdependence). They are good collaborators with other students, have good listening skills and learn from others by watching them carefully and taking onboard new ways of thinking (imitating). here, in a nutshell, is what powerful learning looks like - and this is not only for classroom learning, but learning for life.
Christian Studies lessons and weekly Chapel Services are an integral part of the School program.
St Luke's Grammar School Principal is:
Mrs Jann E Robinson, MEd[Lead], BA, DipEd, TC, MACE, MACEL.