Broomhead Lecture Theatre Update

Deputy Headmaster & Head Learning & Teaching Ms Jo Inglis spotlights some of the considerations on resources for the new Lecture Theatre

“Every design aspect of the Lecture Theatre has been repeatedly examined under a lens of optimal learning and teaching. A cross-faculty teacher advisory team, TSS Studies Committee and the teaching faculty collaborated to ensure every detail of the facility met the demands of 21st Century Learners, including the choice of student seating. Mobile, agile, comfortable and boy-tough, the Lecture Theatre chairs have been purpose built to complement the learning experience of TSS students. With collaboration at the heart of learning, the tiered theatre design incorporating break-out collaboration potential throughout is optimized by a chair design that allows for movement and flexibility; critical to the realization of this exceptional learning space.”
Ms Jo Inglis Deputy Headmaster – Head of Learning & Teaching

The Broomhead Lecture Theatre is one of the most progressive facilities for learning and teaching TSS has undertaken. It will be a corner stone for the school’s academic programs and help our teaching staff to deliver an increasingly transformative transition to tertiary studies for many boys for generations to come. For those who would still consider supporting this historic initiative, we ask you to consider making a gift to “leave a lasting legacy” through the final stage of the campaign.

We would happily accept more donations and there are a number of ways we can still recognise this support.

The Lecture Theatre requires 220 special seats for operations and this unique opportunity offers you the chance to “buy a seat” for $750. Your tax-deductible gift, no matter what size, is most welcome and as this opportunity has not been specifically available before, we wish to also highlight that there are a few opportunities still available within the Library learning, breakout and resource spaces.
Please open link to view details from Headmaster Mr Greg Wain – ‘Leaving a Legacy’.