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Playground Pursuits Good for the Brain
A self-pumping river stream; climbing wall; suspension bridge; playground climbers; slides and platforms are the latest in exciting and challenging components of Peace Lutheran College's Prep playground, specifically designed for engaging and enhancing gross motor skills and physical activity.
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Classrooms of the future, here today.
Staying true to its progressive approach to its teaching practices, Peace Lutheran College’s ingenuity has seen the College redesign several classrooms, outside the typical learning environment, to enhance student learning through better engagement, and align with their ‘innovative education’ position.
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Hospitality Centre
This building project will see the current Home Economics area transformed into a purpose-built Hospitality facility with commercial kitchen and café. The Hospitality Centre building plan has been developed and works are set to commence in 2018, ready for use in 2019.
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Manual Arts Complex
This building project will see the construction of a brand new, contemporary Manual Arts facility. The Manual Arts Complex building plan has been developed and custom designed by our Manual Arts teacher, in consultation with the architect and several other schools and will feature separate woodwork and metalwork rooms, as well as a large breezeway for larger scale projects. Building works are set to commence in 2018, ready for use in 2019. Plans for the project can be viewed here.
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Peace Performing Arts Centre
This start of the art music, drama and arts complex will provide extended opportunities to our students and staff with music, drama and dance classroom facilities. Construction has commenced and project development is progressing extremely well. We are looking forward to being able to utilize this much awaited facility in term 4, 2017. We invite you to take a virtual tour of the Peace Performing Arts Centre.
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Peace Excellence Scholarship for Indigenous Boarders
Peace Lutheran College has a reputation of success for graduating ATSI students. This is achieved through the College's superior pastoral care program; smaller class sizes; and Aboriginal and Islander Education Workers (AIEW) on staff to provide support and tutoring. Adding to the academic offering, students also have the opportunity complete Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses.
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