Year 6 Camp Wirraway
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Our experienced teachers work together to create a nurturing and supportive environment that fosters a natural inquisitiveness and a love of learning from an early age.
We are committed to providing experiences that challenge each student, encouraging them to strive beyond what they may think they are capable of. At the core of these experiences is our commitment to the development of key Literacy and Numeracy skills. It is this foundation that helps to build the confident learner for later Middle and Senior schooling.
As early learners, social awareness is often a new and sometimes confronting phenomenon. We recognise the need to develop positive relationships with one another based on mutual respect and love, and use God’s teachings to help develop an understanding of appropriate behaviour and strategies for difficult situations.
Through buddy programmes and shared activities, the younger members of our school community are introduced to the greater school environment, forming friendships and gaining the self-confidence that will carry them through their later years.
Our curriculum reflects the diversity, complexity and richness of God’s world. A Biblical perspective is developed in all areas and our approach to education encourages a diversity of learning responses such as wonder, discovery, insight and action. Our curriculum caters for a wide range of learning opportunities, enabling the students to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways, while maintaining a high standard.
We are delighted to be embarking upon an exciting landmark project: a brand-new Primary School.
This significant construction project will commence from August 2022 and is estimated to be completed by June 2023.Learn more about the project here
In term one we had four awards presented by Scholastic. The winners all received a $10 voucher to the Scholastic book club and a certificate that was presented to them in the Library by Miss Mundy and Mrs Barden.Continue reading
Since 2005 the University of Adelaide has been welcoming high school girls onto campus for their Young Women in STEM event. At this event students meet awesome women studying STEM and learn from technologists, engineers, and mathematicians through a range of hands on activities.Continue reading