LESNW represents 41 Co-Educational Schools and Early Years Centres (Learning
Communities) across South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
LESNW is an association for its members, providing professional learning opportunities,
advice and support. Each member is independently incorporated, having their own Boards
and making their own decisions.
We Represent 42 Co-Educational Schools Across 3 States
Lutheran schools and early years centres provide a Christ centered quality education for young Australians. The gospel of Jesus Christ informs all learning, teaching and human relationships. We aim to set up and maintain a framework of Christian attitudes and relationships, with each child knowing they are a special child of God. We also aim to grow Christian attitudes and relationships which permeate and integrate through a child’s entire life and work, thereby helping them grow as a caring community of lifelong learners. We seek to inspire young people to learn and serve, as we prepare them for their life beyond school.
LLL staff and friends get pumped up before setting off on their big walk. The latest example of the strong relationship between LLL and LESNW was on display on a brisk Spring morning in North Adelaide when LLL hosted an Australian Lutheran World Service (ALWS) Walk My Way event. LLL was delighted to welcome key
18 enthusiastic Lutheran educators from Victoria, South Australia and Queensland came together in Melbourne to engage on the last Melbourne Learning tour of the year. The itinerary included spending 3 hours with Peter Ellis, the Principal of Templestowe College, recently named the Australian Government Secondary School of the year. Peter spoke to us about how
I have spent the last weekend getting out the Christmas lights as our little street in Hahndorf prepares for a shared display for the enjoyment of the wider community. As we go deeper into November and the beginning of Advent, the focus upon Christmas becomes to sharpen, albeit with differing lens depending on the purpose
We acknowledge that the land we are on is Kaurna ground. We pay our respects to the elders – past, present, and future – and thank them for caring for this Country for thousands of years. And now sharing it with us.
We commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of reconciliation and to the growing of relationships as we share our friendship.