Our new Junior School campus is a playground for hungry young minds. A balanced program develops the all-round ability to learn, adapt, create, connect and contribute. The next generation curriculum and wide range of cocurricular opportunities add up to an adventure that will fire your child’s imagination and set them on the path to success.
Next generation learners
The new Junior School is designed to accelerate our vision for next generation learners in a safe, nurturing environment that cares for all.
The way children learn today is changing rapidly to equip them for the lives they will live tomorrow. Students are encouraged to be actively engaged and empowered in their own learning, fostering crucial skills of resilience and independence.
Our extensive wellbeing team includes school psychologists. The wellbeing of every child is carefully monitored so they're happy to learn.
Learning support experts work with class teachers to extend high potential learners and support children facing learning challenges so every student can achieve their best.
A stimulating curriculum is delivered by class teachers with specialist teachers for Sport, Visual Art, Languages, Library and Music.
A wealth of cocurricular opportunities beyond the classroom build character and develop the whole child. Junior students enjoy all the amazing sport and performing arts facilities alongside senior students.
Reporting to parents is comprehensive and parents can make an appointment to see a teacher at any time.
The Junior School is a very welcoming community. When your child first starts school, or you move to a new school it’s a big deal for parents too! Our Parent Rep scheme is run by parents for parents, offering advice and opportunities to socialise and integrate quickly.
Beyond the Classroom
After school sports clubs start right from Kindergarten. Years 3 to 6 enjoy Friday afternoon sport, on and off site, usually with professional external coaches.
We offer private music tuition on site plus a host of ensemble opportunities for junior students to make music including choir, string ensemble and concert band.
Our drama studio hosts after school drama clubs and our 750 seat auditorium is home to an annual junior production.
Residential camps start in Year 3 and develop physical, emotional and interpersonal strength, becoming more adventurous as students mature.
Girls and boys are developing their STEM skills at Robotics club to to solve problems in a fun game-like environment.