For our oldest Primary School girls, the skills of independence, responsibility and critical thinking are developed across all areas of learning and school life. They are provided with boundless opportunities to engage in deep learning, where issues and ideas are considered and reflected upon.

The basic skills they have developed over the years become the foundation for higher order thinking, allowing the girls to form their own viewpoints and perspectives on things studied. Through leadership opportunities, the girls also become effective role models to our younger students, leading by example. While always supported by teachers, they are also encouraged to develop their independence and problem solving skills when dealing with social issues they might encounter.

From Kindergarten through to Year 6 the girls will engage in learning in the following curriculum areas, many taught by teachers specialising in the subject; English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, History, Geography, Religious Education, PDHPE, Visual Arts, Music, Drama and French.