Students in Grade P-6 participate in one 45-60 minute lesson each week with Mrs Leah Simpson, as well as regular morning fitness sessions and a weekly afternoon sport activity for Grades 3-6.
Students progress from being able to perform a range of basic motor skills and minor games involving simple rules, to the performance of complex movement patterns, major games and team strategies. The main focus of each lesson is on skill development, building positive relationships and learning to work as part of a team.
Through participation in minor and major games they begin to understand the concept of fair play, respect for officials and the need for rules and safety procedures.
The four main areas of investigation are:
Through the development of science knowledge and their own experimentation, it is hoped that students can gain some insight into how science and technology is used both now and in the future, in all aspects of their lives and in the workplace.
Students in Grade P-6 participate in one 45-60 minute lesson each week with Mrs Lisa Whykes- Zelenko.
Standards in the Visual Arts domain are organised into four dimensions:
Students in Years 3-6 can participate in the school's choir and instrumental program. The choir rehearses weekly for an hour and performs at important school events.
Term four is 'Concert Term' where each class performs a song and dance routine at the Boucher Hall in December.
Auslan (Australian Sign Language)