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Stage 4

Stage 4

Stage 4 is an鈥痚xciting time鈥痜or students, and the College鈥檚 teachers understand that students of this age are happiest and learn best when provided with learning experiences that are practical, relevant, and enriching. The Stage 4 curriculum focuses on the essentials of literacy, numeracy, the creative arts, humanities, sciences, and鈥痯hysical development鈥痠n a rich, innovative, and engaging way. It is values inclusive and encourages students to be productive local and global citizens, with an emphasis on the responsible stewardship of God鈥檚 Creation. A Christian focus is interwoven into learning and students are encouraged to explore their own beliefs and values.

We Understand and Recognise National Education Standards
We understand and recognise that each child is鈥痷nique,鈥痺ith different talents, areas of interest, and learning strengths. Academic programs are designed to provide each student with the opportunity to master foundational skills in all aspects of the curriculum, with a particular focus on literacy and numeracy.鈥 Based on鈥疦ational Education Standards Authority鈥(NESA)鈥痵yllabuses, we provide a stimulating differentiated curriculum to meet the full range of needs and abilities of students in each Stage of learning.
We understand and recognise that each child is鈥痷nique,鈥痺ith different talents, areas of interest, and learning strengths. Academic programs are designed to provide each student with the opportunity to master foundational skills in all aspects of the curriculum, with a particular focus on literacy and numeracy.鈥 Based on鈥疦ational Education Standards Authority鈥(NESA)鈥痵yllabuses, we provide a stimulating differentiated curriculum to meet the full range of needs and abilities of students in each Stage of learning.
Curriculum

Subjects include:

  • Biblical Studies
  • English
  • Chinese
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  • Music
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Science
  • Technology
    鈥 Food, Textiles, Digital, and Timber
  • Visual Arts
  • Geography
  • History

Teaching teams across Key Learning Areas collaborate to plan, deliver and monitor course development and delivery. Programs of study are written to encourage鈥痟igher-order鈥痶hinking while recognising individual student gifts and abilities in the learning process.

Year 7 Orientation Program

The transition to Secondary School鈥痓egins with orientation days鈥痙uring鈥疶erm 4鈥痀ear 6 and then throughout Years 7 and 8 (Stage 4) through the College鈥檚鈥疢entor Group鈥疨rogram. 鈥疶he鈥疢entor Group鈥疨rogram supports Stage 4 students as they adjust to and manage the complexities of the Secondary learning environment. The Mentor meets with their students each morning to assist them to remain鈥痮rganised, and鈥痟elp them with the phases of College life as they occur, studying a broad range of important鈥痺ell-being,鈥痠nterpersonal, organisational, and academic skills aimed at equipping them for life.鈥

Stage 4 Camps

Our Stage 4 students participate in an outdoor education programs designed to enhance student well-being and confidence through a series of personal challenges and teamwork initiatives in a natural setting. These鈥痶hree day鈥痚xperiences encourage students to deepen and widen their circle of friends, creating opportunities for them to discover not only their own, but each other's value.鈥 

These experiences have always been highly regarded by staff and students鈥痑like, and鈥痑re scheduled earlier in the school year to maximise a sense of belonging amongst our youngest Secondary students. College staff attend with their Home Groups where possible to build their mentor relationships. Christian Discovery sessions are an integral part of the program each day and for these we are aided by committed Christian staff provided by the camp centres.

Camps鈥痠nclude鈥痑ctivities such as hiking expeditions, canoeing, dragon-boating, abseiling, rope challenges, recreational swimming and watersides, team initiatives, and rock climbing.