Learning Spaces

World Ready Resources

The Digital Hub

From exploring Bee Bots in Kindergarten, drones in Prep, Sphero coding and robotics in Junior School to laser technology, 3D printing and virtual reality to amazing Science investigation experiments, CNC Routers, Arduinos and Lego robotics in Secondary School, the Digital Hub is an interactive and future focussed space, designed to create an opportunity for students to further develop their skills of Collaboration, Creativity, Communication and Critical Thinking.


Located on the lower level of our Secondary School Library, it features a mixed realities room (we were the first school in Australia to have an Eon I-bench for 3D stereoscopic Augmented Reality and one of the first schools in Australia to use hololens in curriculum), a conference room, video wall, Z Space tablets (we were the first school in Queensland to be using these), Surface Studios, HP Sprouts, 3D printers, a competition size robotics table, humanoid robots, floor projectors and drones. The Digital Hub is also used by extracurricular groups such as the Google CS First Coding Club, the Young ICT Explorers, Drone Club and the F1 Challenge Teams.

Libraries

Our Junior School Discovery Centre and Secondary School Library are large, bright and welcoming spaces stocked with books, technology, and study areas conducive to individual and group work. Both contain texts and online resources, computers and smart boards, with specialist staff on hand to assist students. Canterbury students can also access our online library website here - a space rich in information and resources. 


English Language Centre

Canterbury’s English Language Centre is operated by specialist staff and situated in the Secondary School. It is used for Literacy enhancement for International students as well as for general ESL tutorial support. 


Science Precinct

The Science precinct has eight laboratories equipped with industry-standard equipment. 


Trade Training Centre (TTC) 

The TTC includes state of the art facilities in key vocational areas. A furnishing workshop and construction courtyard make up the industrial training facility and the hospitality training facility comprises a commercial kitchen, restaurant and bar training area. These $1.5 million amenities enable students to develop skills in furnishing, construction and hospitality. 


Canterbury Events Centre (CEC) 

The CEC seats around 2000 people and includes a stage large enough for a full orchestra, acoustic walls and ceiling, full theatre curtaining, a mezzanine level and a heat and serve kitchen. The sound and lighting enables professional-standard productions to be performed on stage. The CEC is used for: 

• Assemblies and major ceremonies
• Annual Excellence Awards
• Annual Family Chapel and other Chapels
• College Musicals and music, dance and drama performances
• Sporting competitions and activities; and
• Exhibitions.


Junior School Precinct

The Junior School Administration Building houses the Head of Junior School and Director of Students (Kindergarten - Year 6). An expansive car park and bus bay provide safe drop off and collection points. Kindergarten students have a purpose-built precinct which promotes a holistic development of the child in a safe, fenced environment.

 

Secondary School Precinct

The Secondary School Administration Building houses the Head of Secondary School and Dean of Students. The advanced facilities and learning spaces have been purpose built to nurture students to become capable and well adjusted world ready young adults.