Prep to Year 4 Campus
Philosophy – where every child can dream, believe and succeed.
The Prep-4 campus combines the school values of integrity, co-operation, honesty, respect and responsibility in an environment that fosters the development of globally aware and community minded students that have the skills and attitudes necessary to thrive in the 21st century.
Our dedicated and highly competent staff create wonderful classroom learning environments with an emphasis on Literacy and Numeracy. Complementing this is our belief that all students thrive in a positive social, emotional and academic environment. This is underpinned by the culture that we are all responsible for every one of our students and that it does indeed “take a village to raise a child.”
At our campus we are committed to providing a voice for all students by giving them the opportunity to influence their learning journey at our school. This is through Campus and House leadership roles, cross age learning, Student Representative Council positions and the daily conversations we engage in with our students.
Everyone deserves a high quality education. Here at Yarrawonga College P-4 campus, our vibrant and energetic community seeks to positively influence all aspects of our student’s development.
We welcome you to continue, or commence, your learning journey with us.
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.
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.
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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.