Our Primary Years (3-4)
A learning community that prides itself on a culture of striving to grow and learn and our Primary Years educators are committed to making the most of every learning opportunity. Learning intentions and the criteria for successful achievement are clearly defined and communicated giving students every opportunity to be independent learners and drive their own success.
Students develop their ability to take positive action for well-being; relate and communicate well with others; pose questions and solve problems; make informed decisions and act responsibly. Teachers engage students more purposefully with discipline knowledge, understanding and skills for learning.
Literacy and numeracy are again prioritised across these years of schooling. Teachers further build the essential knowledge and skills in literacy, consolidating ‘learning to read and write’ through English, as well as increasingly using literacy skills in other learning areas. Similarly, students continue to develop specific mathematical skills and knowledge, and use these skills in learning across the curriculum to both enrich the study of other learning areas and contribute to the development of broader and deeper numeracy skills. The development of Information and Communication Technology Capability is more apparent across the curriculum at this level.