Both the Junior School and Senior School produce electronic newsletters to inform parents and friends of current happenings in the school, as well as news items, extra-curricular, music and sports information and highlighting student achievements. The Parents and Friends Association and the Ex-students’ Union are regular contributors, with updates on community news, fundraising initiatives and events.
The eNewsletters are distributed on Fridays during school terms, with the Junior School’s newsletter published weekly and the Senior School’s published as a fortnightly edition.
Collaborative Hub @ Loreto Kirribilli
CH@LK is Loreto Kirribilli’s online, interactive teaching and learning portal. CH@LK provides students, staff and parents with timely communication and easy access to current school information and resources, such as the school calendar and class timetables. The portal also provides access to school polices and guidelines, sport, extra and co-curricular activities, excursion information and downloadable permission slips, electronic newsletters, community information and news.
The Spirit magazine
The Spirit magazine is produced three to four times per year and includes articles of interest to the entire school community. It provides readers with a current snapshot of happenings at Loreto Kirribilli over the past term/semester and contains updates on Ex-student reunions and achievements. There are articles relating to the governance of the school, items of academic interest connected to the curriculum, and coverage of co-curricular activities such as music, dance and sport. Major events in the school calendar are featured, highlighting these special occasions. The Spirit magazine is a wonderful chronicle of the school’s development over the years. Click here for more information about the Spirit magazine.
The Year Book is an annual chronicle of the school’s activities and events. It includes class and group photos, photography and reports of achievements relating to curriculum studies, as well as co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.