08:50-15:05 Monday to Friday.
Placement and Promotion of students
Students are placed in their chronological age group. Normal practice is for students to move automatically to the next year group.
However, as stated in our admissions policy admission to one division or year level does not guarantee continued enrolment in the next school division or year level. Reenrolment is confirmed on a year-to-year basis, as we may not be able to meet the individual educational needs of a student with learning difficulties or who for other reasons is unable to access the curriculum as the student progresses through the year levels due to the increased level of academic requirements.
Procedures for the placement of students in classes
Classes do not necessarily remain the same from year to year. At the end of each academic year, class teachers and specialist subject teachers discuss the academic and social needs of each individual student and place them in classes accordingly.
Meeting the needs of individual students
Differentiation is a fundamental part of the Primary Curriculum. Differentiated teaching and learning is used to fulfil the need of the individual student
Learning Support facilitated by qualified learning support specialists is available for students with learning challenges.
ELL (English Language Learners)
Non-English speaking students will be referred to the ELL department on arrival to the school for assessment and will be given additional English language support should this be necessary.