ABOUT LORETO SCHOOL QUEENSWOOD
Head Of School's Welcome
Pliny, a well-known Roman statesman stated that “Home is where the heart is.” This simple statement is key to understanding Loreto Education. A home is a place of love. A place filled with care, happiness, growth, learning, self - confidence and support. It is a place in which we care enough to make a difference.
Our calling as Loreto School Queenswood is to become a second home. We are a school that not only serves one another, but also the community. We all strive to create a “Family Spirit.”
At the same time, we cannot pretend that homes are free from stress, worry, and disagreements. The way in which we listen to each other and discern matters ultimately benefits all in our care.
In all families, each member of the family plays an important role. Loreto has dedicated staff who aim to create a caring, supportive values-based environment where our learners feel safe, respected and loved.
Loreto School Queenswood believes that the greatest legacy anyone can leave is to positively impact the lives of others. Whenever you add value to other people’s lives you are unknowingly leaving “footprints on the sands of time” that live on forever.
Furthermore, we believe that each individual is born with the desire to fill the world with goodness. We are created with a purpose to sow seeds of love, compassion, and kindness. What we are today is because of what we learned and observed from others. Similarly, others are observing us and learning from us.
Loreto School Queenswood strives to make a conscious effort to live each moment of our lives with great care, to be people who can be relied on, who can stand up for justice, help the needy and make life better for ourselves and those around us.
Head of School
Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation is a movement that is an integral part of our Loreto Education system and it is in force in our Loreto schools all over the world. It is not just something we do but rather an attitude of mind which can change our lives, our way of looking at things, a way by which we relate to others and bind us into a community working together for a better world.