Our Christian faith permeates our learning through using a Biblical Worldview which is outworked through our principles, values and key competencies. Our love for God pervades the learning experience both in an integrated way and explicitly with examples including Biblical Studies, devotional times and worship assemblies.
Middle School students engage in a learning design that highlights the importance of Literacy and Numeracy while also developing knowledge, skills and understanding in a varied and broad curriculum. Our learners have a range of opportunities in order for them to develop a range of dispositions and to learn more about the way that they have been designed. We strive to deliver a Christ-centred, relevant and engaging curriculum experience for our learners that caters to each of their needs.
We are grateful to have specialist teachers and facilities which enable such a wide range of learning options, giving us the ability to further integrate our curriculum experience.
Students are actively involved in inquiries, goal setting, self-assessing and presenting their learning to others in a variety of ways.
KingsWay School is committed to using Digital Learning in our curriculum to enhance and transform teaching and learning.
The Learning Support Department aims to support those students who find the areas of learning and social understanding a challenge.
Reporting to parents is a part of our commitment to parent partnership. The following reporting cycle is followed:
Parents are required to attend the Full School Parent Meeting in Term 1 and the Middle School Parent Meeting in Term 4.
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