Catholic Education Week 2018 is proudly celebrated through the theme ‘Come and See’.
Schools are rapidly changing with the times, and this change has had an exciting and engaging impact on education and how schools communicate and invite people to come, see and experience education.
Within the contemporary education environment, ‘come and see’, involves communicating, sharing and nurturing education partnerships on a range of levels.
‘Come and see’ resonates at the heart of a Loreto education, as every week of every year the Loreto and broader community are invited beyond the historic fence, to experience a Loreto education and the unique stories of the College on a diverse array of traditional and innovative platforms.
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On a traditional platform, throughout Catholic Education Week, Loreto College and St Patrick’s College welcome all to come and see the in their annual co-production of Beauty and the Beast, showcasing extraordinary depth of future talent. Performed in the Loreto Abbey Theatre within the beautiful Mary’s Mount Centre, students and staff combine traditional music and stage craft with state-of-the-art facilities to present this classic fairy tale for all to enjoy. A highlight on the annual calendar, and the result of a wonderful collaboration of schools, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is one not to be missed.
On an innovative platform, Loreto College has changed the face of what you see in the traditional school magazine. Loreto College’s Verity magazine balances tradition and innovation, embracing print, digital and video technology within a bi-annual coffee table style and digital publication.
The publication aligns and communicates the school mission, education, events and objectives, and facilitates greater connection, celebration and communication with the entire school community on a range of beautifully presented, interactive mediums.
‘Come and see’ is also about experience, and it is not just what you see, but what you experience when you visit Loreto College. In the spirit of the Loreto founder Mary Ward, who encouraged us to “be such as we appear and appear such as we are”, Loreto girls past and present are nurtured by the perpetual Loreto Mission, Values and our very own, Loreto Spirit.
To this day, the Loreto Mission and Values (Felicity, Sincerity, Verity, Justice and Freedom) remain the pillars at the heart of a Loreto education. More than just words, it is how the girls engage with these values and bring them to life that nurtures the Loreto Spirit; enriched by the many and varied traditions, curriculum and co-curriculum of Loreto College.