TAS Primary Education
Primary 亚洲成人网 at TAS
Creating confident and creative individuals
Primary Academic Program
Learning Through Experience
Primary 亚洲成人网 at TAS
Primary education at TAS strives to nurture the pursuit of academic excellence, self-confidence, community service and leadership.

Primary education is offered at both the White Rock and Kewarra Beach Campus for students in Prep to Year 6. Primary education nurtures personal growth and the development of foundational skills. We also promote the pursuit of academic excellence, self-confidence, community service and leadership.

The relationships between students, staff, parents and the community are all highly valued. Through these strong relationships and effective communication, each child鈥檚 needs are understood and educators can cater to the individual. Teachers use various forms of assessment to build each student鈥檚 learning profile and determine what is needed for academic excellence and personal growth.

Creating confident and creative individuals

A key focus of primary education at Trinity Anglican 亚洲成人网 is fostering a student’s love for learning by developing the foundational skills to become confident and creative individuals.

This is done through nurturing curiosity, openness to new experiences, versatility and encouraging perseverance and optimism when faced with new challenges.

By instilling these qualities, students will develop confidence in themselves, their work and their future.

 

 

Primary Academic Program
LEARNING AREAS
In line with the Australian Curriculum, subject areas offered within our primary school academic program are:

- English, including Language, Literacy, Literature and Communication

- Mathematics, including Numbers and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability, and Problem-Solving.

- Humanities, including History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, Economics and Business Achievement

- Science, including Digital Technologies, Engineering, Robotics and Coding

- Christian and Values Education
SPECIALTY LEARNING AREAS
Students in Prep to Year 6 participate in weekly specialty lessons taught by teachers other than their classroom educator. These specialty classes include:

- Languages other than English, including Japanese

- The Arts, including Music and Visual Arts

- Health and Physical Education, including outdoor sports and a swimming program that runs for 50 weeks of the year

- Pastoral Care, including visits to the library centre and other secondary school resources

- In addition, students in Year 5 and 6 are involved in an electives program that operates one afternoon per week and provides opportunities to learn new skills or participate in a community service initiative
LEADERSHIP
Primary students have many opportunities to step into leadership positions. Year 6 students can be appointed as 亚洲成人网 Captain, Arts Captain, Junior Round Square Captain and Sports Captain. These students lead school assemblies and represent the school at appropriate functions.

In addition, two students are also elected as Primary House Leaders by their peers. House Leaders lead their house during sporting carnivals and events, organise house meetings and assist TAS staff in setting up carnivals and events.
Primary Learning Through Experience

TAS provides extensive opportunities for students to engage with their peers, broaden their perspectives and contribute to a vibrant community through co-curricular and enrichment activities. Students in Prep to Year 6 can choose from an extensive list of options:

  • ACADEMIC EXTENSION
  • CHESS COACHING AND INTERSCHOOL CHESS TOURNAMENTS
  • CODING, WEB DESIGN, ROBOTICS AND DRONES
  • CRAFT AND ARTS
  • WELLBEING AND HEALTH
  • AQUATICS CENTRE
  • TAS SWIMMING CLUB
  • TAS SPORT CLUBS
  • ENSEMBLES
  • CHOIRS
  • SERVICE PROGRAMS
  • DEBATING
  • ESPORTS
  • GYM
  • MUSIC LESSONS
  • WRITERS鈥 WORKSHOPS
  • ARTS ENRICHMENTS
  • and so much more!

These extension and co-curricular programs allow students to develop essential skills and explore their curiosity across many learning environments.