The Reconciliation Action Plan Committee comprises members and supporters of the Loreto College Coorparoo community. The Committee meets regularly to create the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The Vision Statement has been completed and we will soon release our full plan.
RAP Committee 2023
|Andreia Wigan||Director of Mission|
|Sr Helen Parer ibvm||Community Leader – Brisbane ibvm Sisters|
|Mr Norman Laing||Community Supporter|
|Mr Justin Wallace||Parent|
|Ms Emi Hall||Past Pupil|
|Ms Chloe Yates||Program Leader – Social Justice|
|Ms Chrissie Swain||Library Technician|
Reconciliation Vision Statement
Loreto College Coorparoo is committed to a Reconciliation Vision Statement that acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and seeks to build respectful relationships with Indigenous Australians. The statement recognizes the need to address past injustices and create a more inclusive and equitable future. Loreto College is committed to providing a culturally safe and welcoming environment for all students, staff, and community members, and to promoting a greater understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. The College is actively engaged in implementing strategies to achieve this vision, including embedding Indigenous perspectives into the curriculum, providing opportunities for cultural learning and engagement, and building partnerships with Indigenous communities.