Centre for Learning and Leadership
The Centre for Learning and Leadership (CLL) is a vibrant learning environment focused on encouraging and enriching our boys' lifelong learning skills through the development of critical and creative thinking.
Opened in 2003 by Archbishop Peter Jensen, the CLL reflects The King's School's academic precinct with sandstone walkways, terracotta colonnades, vaulted roofline and inspiring quotations etched into sandstone lintels.
The foyer of the CLL houses a portrait of King William IV and panels depicting the achievements of notable Old Boys, a dedication to the School's outstanding history.
The upper level comprises the Senior Library and Year 12 Study Centre. An integrated resource collection includes a significant digital and print based collection as well as a rare book and special leadership collection. A state-of-the-art wireless network provides opportunities to engage in the social learning world of creating and sharing knowledge. Flexible collaborative open spaces invite the boys and their teachers to mingle in several informal and formal learning zones.
The History Department and ICT Services occupy the lower level, incorporating stunning leadership panels, teaching areas, a movie-making studio, 280-seat auditorium and kitchen.