Exhibition Evening

Learning Landscape Thursday, 03 June 2021

Our Semester 1 Exhibition Evening will be held on Wednesday, 16 June. There is much more to an Exhibition Evening than just a visit to classrooms and a chance to view student work. Parents/carers play a vital, active and fundamental role, as you share in the learning experiences of our school community.

What is Exhibition Evening?

Exhibition Evening is a community showcase focusing on displaying students' project-based learning (PBL) journey. Students have attempted to solve real-world problems by researching, prototyping, experimenting, designing, culminating in the creation of a product. These products will be on display on the night.

Our students feel pride and accomplishment knowing they will share their work and learning with authentic audiences beyond the classroom. Exhibition Evening forms yet another opportunity for students to connect with and see the value of what they are learning. Opportunities to display and share their work are an essential part of the process and forms an integral part of the culture and community of Living Faith.

What is the Role of Parents/Carers at Exhibition Evening?

Exhibition Evening is about the process, not just the product. As you explore the amazing projects on display, we encourage you to ask deep questions. Try to engage beyond the visible product and connect with what learning the product might represent.

At the entrance to each year level, we will provide a keepsake postcard explaining the projects on display. It will suggest questions you could ask students to connect and share in their learning experiences. These interactions reaffirm the importance of a growth mindset and help students see their accomplishments through new eyes. Remember to celebrate the failures, mistakes, perseverance and frustrations, as well as the successes, fun, and achievements that have formed their learning journey. It is through the struggles that the best and most meaningful learning happens.

This semester, our students have learned more about themselves than could ever be displayed on a pinboard. We can't wait to see you on the night. If you haven't already booked tickets, please refer to the email sent to parents/carers on 18 May for instructions. Please remember that guests are asked to enter through the Sports Centre to sign in and see the wonderful artwork on display.

- Bianca Ravi, Director of Learning