Ingleburn High School

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Teaching & Learning


“A teacher affects eternity; they can never tell where their influence stops”Henry Brooks Adams


The Teaching and Learning Faculty at Ingleburn High School is committed to refining and expanding key evidence-based initiatives to develop collaborative practice to inform and support high expectations and provide opportunities for growth, attainment, and achievement for the school community.

The Teaching and Learning Faculty ensure all staff engage in the delivery and implementation of high impact professional learning that promotes a culture of collective efficacy. The faculty embed a culture of effective teaching and learning to enable growth and facilitate excellence in learning through sustained, intensive, and focused literacy, numeracy, and metacognitive strategies in addition to ensuring a diversity of culture and that community are valued, acknowledged and celebrated through high aspirations and connections. 


  • To provide the opportunity for all students to demonstrate growth in their learning through explicit, consistent, collaborative, and evidence-based teaching and learning.
  • To reflect upon teaching practice using evidence informed decisions about teaching and learning and refine pedagogy through quality targeted professional learning
  • To facilitate and create high challenging and high supportive environments that celebrate diversity of culture and community ultimately allowing all members of the school community to connect, thrive and succeed.
  • To enhance student engagement, motivation and learning outcomes through regular and ongoing planning, monitoring and evaluation of whole school approaches to effective teaching and learning practices. 

 Courses Offered

Stage 4: (Year 7 & 8) 

    •   SEL 

    •   Guided reading group 

    •   Handwriting Group 

    •   Literacy intervention 

    •   Numeracy Intervention 

Stage 5: (Year 9 & 10) 

    •   HSC Minium Standards – Catch Up for Learning  

    •   Literacy intervention 

    •   Numeracy Intervention 

Stage 6: (Year 11 & 12) 

    •   Study Skills 

 Features & Activities

Library -

The school library is a multi-story building that has a variety of users within it’s walls. There are numerous workspaces including break out and multimedia spaces that are flexible, catering for a wide range of users and their needs.

The more that you             READ

The more things you will    KNOW

The more that you               LEARN

The more places you will    GO”

- Dr Seuss


  • To provide a modern, technologically well-equipped learning space, that supports the needs of 21st century learners
  • To provide a relaxed, safe environment in which all users feel welcome and comfortable
  • To support our users in reading for pleasure, through providing them with appropriate, well sources title that cater to their needs


Careers –

Career Advisers in schools have a key role of being entrusted to develop and implement a comprehensive and planned program of learning experiences in education and training settings that assist students to make informed decisions about managing their life, learning and work over their lifespan.

“Choose a job that you love and you’ll never have to work a day in your life”Confucius


  • Connecting students with the opportunity to look for employment in an industry they have identified an interest and ability in and supporting students in accessing the pathways moving forward from school to work. 


    Ms Georgina Koskinas (HT T&L)

    Ms L. Muzevic (.3 Rel HT T&L)

    Ms J. Duval (Careers Advisor)

    Ms K. Panilla (Careers Advisor)

    Mr M. Koosache (Teacher Librarian)

    Mrs J. Billett (Library Assistant)