Years 3-6

Years 3–6
With many foundational concepts becoming established, these years in school allow for the introduction of more challenging activities, both social and physical.


Years 3–4
As children gain more independence, they are taught skills in working co-operatively with each other. These skills are developed in all areas of the curriculum at different times.


Years 5–6
An increasing independence in academic work is expected at these levels. Individual strengths in a wide range of academic and extra curricula areas are recognised with success being celebrated regularly. It is a time to challenge the pupils to think creatively, consider alternative ways of solving problems, and to aim high in whatever they do. Pupils are encouraged to become more active in service opportunities around the school and to look at how Christ is an integral part of life. These years consolidate the foundations for successful middle school involvement.