Reception to Year 6 Curriculum.
Reception to Year 2 Curriculum
The key learning areas of Literacy and Numeracy are the focus for boys in Reception to Year 2.
Integrated units of work incorporating English, Mathematics, Studies of Society and Environment, Health, Science and Technology expand boys’ knowledge and understanding of their own society, other societies, local and global environments and the relationships between them.
Topics chosen broaden and challenge boys’ perceptions of their natural and social worlds and encourage them to work co-operatively with others. Learning experiences are designed to build on their experiences as investigators, communicators, and participants in a range of social and environmental settings.
The classroom program in Junior Primary is complemented by studies in Information Communications Technology, Art, Music, Religious and Values Education (RAVE), French and Physical Education.
Year 3 to Year 6 Curriculum
The development of each boy to reach his potential as an individual and as a member of a group is of prime importance. His happiness, confidence, feeling of security and belonging to his class and School are coupled with an emphasis on attaining the highest standards of which he is capable in all areas of School life.
Within our broad and extensive curriculum, special attention is given to the basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy which are keys to learning in all other curriculum areas.
These key areas are complemented by studies in Society and Environment, Health, Science, Technology, Information Communications Technology, Art, Music, Religious and Values Education (RAVE), French (Year 3) / Chinese (Years 4 – 6) and Physical Education.You can still access the main menu here.