Prep to Year 4 Campus: Laying the Foundations
Differentiation of the curriculum and learning activities is the Central philosophy of each year level’s daily learning and teaching. Individualised approaches to teaching and learning ensure that every student has the opportunity to learn at their current level of need rather than a ‘one size fits all approach’.
Learning and Teaching
Our teachers are focused on achieving the best possible outcomes for students in the areas of literacy and numeracy whilst nurturing and developing care and consideration for others. We understand that students learn more effectively when they are interested in the topic and it means something to them.
All teaching staff actively engage in Professional Learning in the areas of Literacy and Numeracy and are working to improve learning and teaching practices constantly.
School Readiness (Oral Language Development) and Weekly Playgroup sessions for the wider community. Staged transition for students. Provision of identified support services for individual needs through Campus based Pre-Referral screening.
School Readiness (social and emotional) and development of Learning behaviour and the content essentials. Provision of identified support services for individual needs through Campus based Pre-Referral screening.
Refining appropriate learning and social behaviour and building on the learning content essentials. Provision of identified support services for individual needs through Campus based Pre-Referral screening.
Developing team work, independence and interdependence through appropriate learning activities with a content focus.
Years 3 and 4
Enhancing team work, independence and interdependence through appropriate and engaging learning activities and broadening student awareness of learning tools. Students begin to understand themselves as learners and familiarise themselves with more flexible learning spaces and learning and teaching spaces.
Other subject areas at the P-4 Campus include Science, The Arts, Health and Physical Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Information and Communication Technology and Design Technology and Environmental Sustainability.