Masterplan Parent Briefing

Monday 27 March

On behalf of the Board and Senior Executive, I invite you to a briefing on our Masterplan for the Kirribilli site in the Auditorium at 7:00pm.

You are most welcome to attend this briefing for parents and guardians, but are also welcome to attend one of the formal information sessions with the broader community if you wish.

By way of background, the Board and Senior Executive have been developing a long-term Masterplan over the past few years, to ensure the School’s physical environment keeps pace with our vision for girls’ education.

At Loreto Kirribilli, we believe it is our responsibility to offer relevant and contemporary education which inspires and engages the girls for a future that is rapidly changing through technological advances and a job market demanding new and evolving skills.

As we approach our 110th anniversary next year, it is timely to ask how we can project the vision and values of our founders into the next century.

The Masterplan has been developed in consultation with teachers and staff with the aim of extending our success with the refurbishment of the science block that has attracted national acclaim and our library which has been nominated for an award.

The new spaces and studios will further foster cross-curricular and innovative learning, including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths); enable us to better utilise our landlocked site; and enhance the site’s accessibility for people with disabilities.

The Masterplan will gradually redevelop or replace buildings with dynamic, versatile spaces and studios.

Each phase will commence when sufficient funds have been raised through our capital appeal.

We are now at a point where the first phase of the Masterplan, a new and exciting Learning Hub, has been developed to concept stage and now requires extensive consultation with parents and neighbours to refine the designs for lodgment for planning approval.

If you are unable to attend the consultation sessions or if you have any subsequent inquiries please call our consultants, JBA, on 1800 743 436 or email consultation@jbaurban.com.au

Masterplan Parent Briefing

Tuesday 28 March

On behalf of the Board and Senior Executive, I invite you to a briefing on our Masterplan for the Kirribilli site in the Auditorium at 7:00pm.

You are most welcome to attend this briefing for parents and guardians, but are also welcome to attend one of the formal information sessions with the broader community if you wish.

By way of background, the Board and Senior Executive have been developing a long-term Masterplan over the past few years, to ensure the School’s physical environment keeps pace with our vision for girls’ education.

At Loreto Kirribilli, we believe it is our responsibility to offer relevant and contemporary education which inspires and engages the girls for a future that is rapidly changing through technological advances and a job market demanding new and evolving skills.

As we approach our 110th anniversary next year, it is timely to ask how we can project the vision and values of our founders into the next century.

The Masterplan has been developed in consultation with teachers and staff with the aim of extending our success with the refurbishment of the science block that has attracted national acclaim and our library which has been nominated for an award.

The new spaces and studios will further foster cross-curricular and innovative learning, including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths); enable us to better utilise our landlocked site; and enhance the site’s accessibility for people with disabilities.

The Masterplan will gradually redevelop or replace buildings with dynamic, versatile spaces and studios.

Each phase will commence when sufficient funds have been raised through our capital appeal.

We are now at a point where the first phase of the Masterplan, a new and exciting Learning Hub, has been developed to concept stage and now requires extensive consultation with parents and neighbours to refine the designs for lodgment for planning approval.

If you are unable to attend the consultation sessions or if you have any subsequent inquiries please call our consultants, JBA, on 1800 743 436 or email consultation@jbaurban.com.au

P&F Luncheon

Thursday 30 March

This year’s Luncheon is hosted at Manly Golf Club. There is always an interesting speaker to hold your interest and it is well worth the effort to attend.

This year’s guest speaker is Kylea Tink, CEO of Camp Quality.

To book click here.

Masterplan Community Briefing

Thursday 30 March

On behalf of the Board and Senior Executive, I invite you to a briefing on our Masterplan for the Kirribilli site.

  • Drop-in Community Information Session from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. This session will be held in the Gonzaga Barry Centre (GBC), and guides will be stationed at the entrances on Carabella Street and Elamang Avenue to direct you. For those requiring assistance, please enter from Carabella Street.

You are most welcome to attend this formal information session with the broader community if you wish. The session will be held in the Gonzaga Barry Centre (GBC), and guides will be stationed at the entrances on Carabella Street and Elamang Avenue to direct you. For those requiring assistance, please enter from Carabella Street.

By way of background, the Board and Senior Executive have been developing a long-term Masterplan over the past few years, to ensure the School’s physical environment keeps pace with our vision for girls’ education.

At Loreto Kirribilli, we believe it is our responsibility to offer relevant and contemporary education which inspires and engages the girls for a future that is rapidly changing through technological advances and a job market demanding new and evolving skills.

As we approach our 110th anniversary next year, it is timely to ask how we can project the vision and values of our founders into the next century.

The Masterplan has been developed in consultation with teachers and staff with the aim of extending our success with the refurbishment of the science block that has attracted national acclaim and our library which has been nominated for an award.

The new spaces and studios will further foster cross-curricular and innovative learning, including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths); enable us to better utilise our landlocked site; and enhance the site’s accessibility for people with disabilities.

The Masterplan will gradually redevelop or replace buildings with dynamic, versatile spaces and studios.

Each phase will commence when sufficient funds have been raised through our capital appeal.

We are now at a point where the first phase of the Masterplan, a new and exciting Learning Hub, has been developed to concept stage and now requires extensive consultation with parents and neighbours to refine the designs for lodgment for planning approval.

If you are unable to attend the consultation sessions or if you have any subsequent inquiries please call our consultants, JBA, on 1800 743 436 or email consultation@jbaurban.com.au

Masterplan Community Briefing

Saturday 1 April

On behalf of the Board and Senior Executive, I invite you to a briefing on our Masterplan for the Kirribilli site.

  • Drop-in Community Information Session from 10:00am until 12:00pm.  This session will be held in the Gonzaga Barry Centre (GBC), and guides will be stationed at the entrances on Carabella Street and Elamang Avenue to direct you. For those requiring assistance, please enter from Carabella Street.

You are most welcome to attend this formal information session with the broader community if you wish. The session will be held in the Gonzaga Barry Centre (GBC), and guides will be stationed at the entrances on Carabella Street and Elamang Avenue to direct you. For those requiring assistance, please enter from Carabella Street.

By way of background, the Board and Senior Executive have been developing a long-term Masterplan over the past few years, to ensure the School’s physical environment keeps pace with our vision for girls’ education.

At Loreto Kirribilli, we believe it is our responsibility to offer relevant and contemporary education which inspires and engages the girls for a future that is rapidly changing through technological advances and a job market demanding new and evolving skills.

As we approach our 110th anniversary next year, it is timely to ask how we can project the vision and values of our founders into the next century.

The Masterplan has been developed in consultation with teachers and staff with the aim of extending our success with the refurbishment of the science block that has attracted national acclaim and our library which has been nominated for an award.

The new spaces and studios will further foster cross-curricular and innovative learning, including STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths); enable us to better utilise our landlocked site; and enhance the site’s accessibility for people with disabilities.

The Masterplan will gradually redevelop or replace buildings with dynamic, versatile spaces and studios.

Each phase will commence when sufficient funds have been raised through our capital appeal.

We are now at a point where the first phase of the Masterplan, a new and exciting Learning Hub, has been developed to concept stage and now requires extensive consultation with parents and neighbours to refine the designs for lodgment for planning approval.

If you are unable to attend the consultation sessions or if you have any subsequent inquiries please call our consultants, JBA, on 1800 743 436 or email consultation@jbaurban.com.au

Ex-students’ Dinner

Friday 28 April

The Loreto Kirribilli Ex-students’ Union warmly invites all ex-parents and ex-students to a dinner in Centenary Hall from 6:30pm for 7:00pm dinner.

Facilitator/panelist: Caro Hanna-Meldrum (‘99) Journalist ABC 7:30 Report, Walkely Award Winner

Guest panelists:

  • Katrina Kimmorely (‘04) Co-founder of Pollinate Energy, India
  • Emma Rossi (‘84) Board Director of Mary’s House
  • Claudia McEwen (‘11) Founder of Wake Up & 2014 NSW Pride of Australia Young Leaders Award

Entertainment by Sarah Mazzurco (‘13)

To book click here

Dance Night

Thursday 4 May

From 2 March to 22 June, Loreto Kirribilli will celebrate the annual Music Festival. This festival is a time of joyous self expression and a time when students experience the deep satisfaction of growing through the process of rehearsal and performance.

Dance Night, held in Centenary Hall at 6:30pm launches the Music Festival and concludes with the Music Festival Concert at Sydney Town Hall on 22 June, 2017.

Dance Night showcases the highlights of the Dance adjudications, along with House Dance performance and adjudication. Adjudications are held from 22 May to 14 June.