Contemporary Learning

At Faith, we’re committed to providing an education that prepares students for the rapidly changing future.

Communication, collaboration, adaptability, and innovation are among the top skills employers of the future will be looking for.

Our approach to teaching and learning, along with our innovative workspaces, aim to empower students to play an active role in building the knowledge, developing the skills and gaining the experiences they will need to succeed in the 21st Century world. 

Our College, along with Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) is committed to providing both physical spaces and approaches to student engagement that support contemporary learning, and provide students with an empowered voice throughout their secondary schooling.

Through our commitment to contemporary learning practice, we aim to foster  leadership, empathy, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving — skills that are an increasingly important part of  learning for future success.