Making Connections LEARNING
Learning – ‘The Spirit of Inquiry’
Learning is the primary purpose of the College, and as such the seeking of knowledge, reason, wisdom and truth is core to a St Andrews Education. We believe the joy and challenge of ongoing learning is fundamental to life, and encourage inquiry and curiosity. Each member of our community is charged with the responsibility to learn to their fullest potential, and is called to be a lifelong learner.
Proverbs 1:5 – ‘Let the wise hear and increase in learning’
Source: Kotzur, T. (Principal) St Andrews Core Values
PICTURE BOOKS IN THE JS LIBRARY
Smith, Lane. (2010), It’s a book, Newtown, N.S.W. : Walker Australia.
Allen, Jonathan. (1996), Fowl play, London : Orion Children’s.
Knowles, Sheena., Clement, Rod. (1989), Edward the emu, North Ryde, N.S.W. : Angus & Robertson.
NON FICTION IN THE JS LIBRARY
Smith, David J., Armstrong, Shelagh. (2006), If the world were a village : a book about the world’s people, Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin.
Walsh, Melanie. (2008), 10 things I can do to help my world, London : Walker.
Walsh, Melanie. (2004), My world, your world, Picture Corgi, London.
Watts, Frances., Legge, David. (2007), Parsley Rabbit’s book about books, Sydney : ABC.
FICTION CHAPTER BOOKS
Myron, Vicki., Witter, Bret. (2010), Dewey : the true story of a world famous library cat, New York : Simon and Schuster.
Reflecting Learning through Inquiry and being Knowledgeable and Curious in Teaching and Learning.
Image Curiousity: Created by Sonia Dunn for SALC reused with permission