The aim of education at Lambert School is the development of reflective, creative and responsible thinkers and the creation of life-long learners. It is vital to the school that what is taught, and the ways in which it is taught, should inspire the students to value themselves, to recognise, accept and develop their individual gifts and talents and to encourage others to do the same.
Learning at Lambert School focuses on methods that support student engagement through:
- collaborative teamwork
- creating and expression through multiple modes
- making connections.
Lambert School’s teaching and learning philosophy is continually reshaped by current research on effective pedagogy practices in teaching and learning. Staff and students build relationships to promote a learning environment that cultivates confidence, communication, and mutual respect. All students are encouraged and supported so they remain motivated, ambitious and achieve to the best of their ability. Teachers engage students to develop a passion for life-long learning through encouraging, challenging, support and guiding them. We strive to prepare students for life’s journey by developing a sense of meaning and purpose, responsible decision making, developing resilience and resourcefulness.
Lambert School builds a sense of community, identity and belonging that provides a positive, safe environment for quality learning.