Learning dispositions are frequent and voluntary habits that influence how people think, act and learn. If our students are able to actively and knowingly build positive learning dispositions they will not only reap the benefits in their learning environments, but also in their day-to-day lives.
Forged in relationships
Quality relationships, that are characterised by respect for the dignity of all, are the foundation of our learning community. At St Christopher's we believe that creating something together through true collaboration is essential for learning.
Rigor and Challenge
Learning at St Christopher’s is rigorous and challenging. Learning and thinking is thoughtfully and intentionally designed so that experiences are worthy of our learners’ time. Through a focus on real things we encourage deeper connections between the student and what they are experiencing
as well as what it takes to become a creative, reflective learner.