Years 3 – 6
We take a holistic approach to your child’s education by enhancing the academic, creative, physical, and social aspects of their development.
Our small class sizes mean we can offer personalised attention. Your child is provided with an Individual Learning Plan and will receive the best education from our experienced and dedicated staff.
The range of performance streams and opportunities that we offer coupled with a strong emphasis on academic outcomes equates to a well-rounded education.
Our aim is to provide a structured transition to Secondary School in a supportive and nurturing environment, where your child will flourish.
- Science & Technology (using the Secondary School labs)
- Human Society and its Environment (HSIE)
- Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)
We understand that to develop both gross and fine motor skills, young children need to learn how to move. By participating in gymnastics, acrobatics as well as regular PE activities, they develop fitness, agility, and coordination.
We aim to nurture self-aware, confident, and resilient young humans who think for themselves and importantly of others. We actively encourage collaboration especially when it comes to problem-solving.
In Junior School, students are exposed to several streams to give them an all-round understanding of the various options they will have in Secondary School. These subjects include:
- Classical Dance
- Contemporary Dance
- Music – vocal (choir and vocal groups)
- Music – instrumental (string, woodwind, percussion)
- Musical Theatre.
All Junior school students also choose an Elective subject:
- Art – taking students beyond the standard curriculum expectations
- Rock band
- Technology, robotics and coding
- Writing – exploring writing for publication
Elite Tennis (Year 5 – 6)
Working in partnership with Voyager Tennis Academy, this integrated program allows students to engage in daily training in tennis at the highest level, alongside their pursuit of academic excellence.
The program is designed for students who are already demonstrating a strong level of play.
- Years 5 – 6 students participate in 1.5 hours of performance training per day
- Training sessions are conveniently based at Sydney Olympic Park, less than 10 minutes from the College and students are transported by the private Voyager shuttle.
Get in touch with our Registrar
02 9752 0507 | email@example.com
The Junior School schedule
All children start their day at 8.25am
Years 3 – 6 finish their day at 3.25pm
Junior School students participate in 1.5 hours of performance training per day
After school activities
The Junior School also offers a range of after school activities:
Homework Club – where students are supported by a teacher to complete their homework tasks
Chess Club – where students receive one-on-one coaching and play games against other children
Circus skills – where students learn skills in juggling, balancing, throwing diablo, stilt walking, and riding unicycles
Team sports – such as soccer or basketball
Claymation – where students make clay and plasticine characters and sets; and receive tuition in stop-motion techniques.
Many of our students also participate in our After Hours program, where they can build upon their dance, music and acting skills.