Loreto Toorak is honoured to be featured in a number of publications that highlight organisations of excellence.
Sunday Age - Deeper dive into the world of knowledge
The Sunday Age- Loreto Academy 2019 (569 KB)
The Australian Women's Weekly Christmas edition
Letters written by our year 3 students to Santa featured in The Australian Women's Weekly christmas edition.
Sunday Age - Excellence in Early Learning
May 2018 Premier's VCE Awards
Jordan Matter 10 Minute Photo Challenge
Our students enjoyed some lunch time entertainment today as we welcomed talented photographer Jordan Matter. They got to participate in Matter’s unique photography skills during an energetic 10 minute shoot around the school grounds. We hope the girls are left inspired to explore new ways of creating and perceiving Media and Art. In Jordan Matter’s own words;“Keep your mind open to things that inspire you everyday”
Australian Rowing Champions!
The Sunday Age - Independent Schools Guide
Loreto Toorak is delighted to be featured in the Sunday Age’s ‘Independent Schools Guide 2018’ where Michelle McCarty, Director of Mission and Leadership explains how “we want to educate our students hearts and minds” in a range of exciting learning experiences beyond the classroom and into the World.
The Sunday Age - Masters of Coding
Cambridge Strategies: Innovation 800
This new publication tells the story of eight centuries of innovative thinking from one of the world’s most prestigious universities and features contributions from industry pioneers and commentators, as well as informative features, engaging insights and expert advice for students and alumni. Loreto Toorak is featured in the chapter “A world-class education” as an institution of inspiration for the world’s next great innovators. You can access a digital copy at this link and view Loreto Toorak's contribution at this link.
The Queen at 90
Loreto Toorak was invited by St James House to participate in a celebration of the life and reign of The Queen because of our highly regarded academic, sporting, musical, pastoral care and cultural programs which educate young women who work towards positive social change. The volume showcases a selection of organisations in the UK and Commonwealth, or with strong ties to Britain. These organisations are drawn from educational, cultural, social, technological and business spheres, and include Royal Charter holders, Royal Warrant holders and recipients of the Queen’s Awards. Collectively, they provide insights into the Commonwealth today and into the UK’s role in the wider world. Loreto Toorak is featured in the chapter “A wealth of excellence”.