A digital showcase of how schools have embraced and embedded future-focused learning and teaching practice.
Explore innovative learning and teaching practice happening throughout NSW Public Schools. This may inform how you will design and implement new and emerging learning and teaching practices in your own local context.
Each journey includes a short video, research and readings and school contact details.
Filter by interest by using the themes below.
Zig Zag Public School has introduced flexible learning spaces to enhance the implementation of future-focused teaching pedagogies in their existing building.
Muswellbrook High School have been engaging in project-based learning to develop deeper learning competencies needed for success both now and in the future.
West Wallsend High School use mentors to increase the interest and uptake of STEM related subjects by female students
Bega Valley Public School shows how online collaboration tools support webquests in science and technology in Kindergarten.
The Dungog and District Community of Schools provide a enrichment programs across key learning areas using virtual classrooms.
Epping North Public School has transformed whole school practice to inform an innovative and vibrant learning environment and inspire outstanding learning and teaching.
Hillvue Public School demonstrates high student growth through strategic use of instructional leadership, collaborative practice and flexible learning spaces.
Kahibah Public School show how science and technology can be brought to life through real world projects.
Killarney Heights Public School showcases individualised and differentiated learning and teaching through quality instructional leadership.
Killarney Heights Public School show the impact of innovative teaching practice to engage students and to foster future-focused skills.
Paddington Public School practice STEAM learning in a dedicated makerspace.
Curran Public School develop creative problem solvers through active parent partnerships and community engagement.
This film showcases four schools in rural NSW who utilise online collaboration technologies to powerfully connect learners and their teachers.
Warialda Public School is leading a community of schools in north western NSW to broaden future horizons through industry partnerships and technology.
Kurri Kurri High School have reformed the curriculum to incorporate a learning HUB model through project-based learning.
Virtual reality is being used at Cecil Hills High School to take students on virtual excursions that enhance their learning.
The STEM culture at Casula High School provides for a futures learning space which promotes student-centred learning and collaboration.
Canley Vale High School encourages personalised educational experiences through entrepreneurial learning. Students have created an innovative learning environment in their school library.
Creative thinking at Lansvale Public School is enriched through creative, and meaningful cross-curriculum lessons in The Creation Station room.
Share your journey
Complete this Expression of interest for Futures Learning Journeys to share your school journey.
Explore a range of selected case studies that demonstrate how individual schools have overcome specific challenges in implementing future-focused learning and teaching practice. Each case study answers four key questions:
- What Learning Problem were you trying to solve?
- What were your constraints?
- What did you do?
- What have you learnt so far?