JUNIOR SCHOOL PROGRAMS:
Year 7 – Phillip Island (3 days) – Orientation and Adventure Camp
This camp is seen as an avenue for assisting students in their transition to secondary school. The program is devised to enhance student/staff and student/student relationships while developing students’ outdoor skills. Adventure activities include: canoeing, surfing, bushwalking, raft building, archery, high ropes, giant swing and orienteering.
Year 7 Wellbeing Day
Held in Term 1 of each year, the focus is on creating a positive environment for our Year 7 students with an anti-bullying and team building focus.
Students should design a home study timetable, taking into account subjects to be covered and outside commitments, including recreation. In some practical subjects it is not possible to set homework. When specific homework is not set, students may do:
PRACTICE EXERCISES where students
PREPARATORY HOMEWORK where students
EXTENSION ASSIGNMENTS where students
Since students work at different rates and have different strengths and weaknesses, the following times per weeknight are recommended as a guide to parents and students:
- Years 7-9 will generally do from 45 minutes to 90 minutes home study per weeknight.
The Junior School Leader manages the course selection and course change process for Year 7 to 9, NAPLAN testing for Year 7 to 9 and transition from Grade 6 to Year 7. Any queries relating to course selection should be directed to the Junior School Leader.
In general, parents are advised to contact the relevant Home Group Teacher as a first step when there are any concerns regarding their child’s education. Parents are also welcome to contact their child’s teachers directly if they have any specific queries. Learning Team Leaders can be contacted if matters of a more serious or ongoing nature need to be discussed. Staff can be contacted through Compass.
Please click here for the Junior School Handbook 2022
Junior School Leader