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The Saint Ignatius’ College Learning and Teaching Framework espouses the strategic priority of ‘human excellence’ outlined in the College’s Strategic Plan. The framework describes what an Ignatian seeks to be; an individual who is equipped with a combination of intellectual and human competencies imbued with Ignatian virtues, to prepare them to make a significant contribution to their world. The framework also articulates what we desire learning to look like in the College; one that see’s learning as an ongoing process, a cycle of experience, reflection, and action. Most importantly, learning is always student centred, where all our students are known, loved and affirmed, reflected through our wellbeing pillars. A student’s wellbeing and their ability to learn go hand in hand, therefore ensuring that cura-personalis (care for the individual) is at the heart of all that we do.