Learning and Teaching

Nagle College is proud to offer our students a broad range of subjects and courses that cater to the diverse interests and needs of our students.

Like all good schools, we know that education is not only about what is learnt in the classroom. The focus for learning and teaching at Nagle College is to equip our students with the skills to contribute successfully to their lives and to their communities. We use what we know about our students as learners, the data, to inform our practice. We encourage and value the voices of our students.

The College uses the INSPIRE model of learning. In Years 7 and 8, students engage in an inquiry model of learning that helps them to develop their critical and creative skills.

In Years 9 and 10, students have the opportunity to engage in some project work, as well as follow their areas of interest in elective courses.

In Years 11 and 12, as students engage in the Preliminary and HSC studies, they develop some independent learning skills and experienced in-class, online and flipped learning.

Nagle College operates a BYOD programme. Information about the programme can be found at this link.

This Learning & Teaching section contains information about our Religious Education program, curriculum, careers, co-curricular activities and Library. For further information, please feel free to contact us.