Spiritus: Loreto School, Kirribilli

Spiritus: Loreto School, Kirribilli

Two copper-screened volumes of flexible learning studios connected by a transparent and highly visible curved stair create the core of Spiritus.

This progressive and enabled complex of versatile learning environments for cross-curricular and inter-disciplinary learning fosters true 21st century learning skills of critical and creative thinking, communication, and collaboration within inspiring spaces that connect to the beauty of the Harbour landscape. A new building for the entire school and the wider community Spiritus.

The learning environments are complemented by a series of interwoven landscaped terraces that interconnect the many levels of the existing school campus within an abstract interpretation of the dramatic natural topography of Kirribilli.

These terraces reimagine the campus and provide new opportunities for learning and connections through inclusivity and accessibility.

The rapid pace of change and the emergence of new technologies have transformed the way students learn, making today such an exciting time for education. These changes create tremendous opportunities for students. Spiritus provides the space, flexibility and freedom for learning that will inspire and enable students to shape their world, regardless of their interests and the path they chose.

Anna Dickinson - Principal

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