Founded in 2004, the school caters for local and international students. Its mission is to provide a liberal-based curriculum and prepare students for the HSC, pre-vocational and university education, and the workplace by providing quality education and fostering an enjoyment of and a respect for learning.
Facilities: General classrooms, Computer Laboratory, Visual Arts Workshop, etc.
Years 7 – 8: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Visual Arts, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Technology and Applied Science (TAS), Music , Chinese
Years 9 – 10 : English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Visual Arts, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Commerce
Years 11- 12 : English– Standard/Advanced English, English Extention 1, English Extention 2, English as an Additional Language (EALD), Mathematics Standard 2, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Science– Chemistry, Biology, & Physics, Business Studies, Legal Studies, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Chinese Literature and Culture (For background speakers), Chinese Beginners, Japanese Beginners, Visual Arts, Information Processes Technology
Sport: A variety of sports is offered each term which include : netball, football, basketball, badminton, cricket, surfing, indoor rock climbing, gym, soccer, 10-pin bowling.
Student welfare: Tutor groups meet with their teacher daily and each student is assigned to a House. The school has a Director of Welfare, Student Services Officer and Homestay Officer who monitor and support domestic and international students.
Headmaster: Mr John Rekouniotis
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Over 16k |
Years 7 and 8 $16,000. Years 9 and 10 $17,000. Year 11 $18,000. Year 12 $18,000 (domestic students). Years 7 and 8 $27,800, Years 9 and 10 $28,800, Years 11 and 12 $29,800 (international students).
02 8228******* 02 8228 3022
|Address||225 Clarence Street, Sydney 2000|
Sign up to our e-news
SHIRE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
From humble beginnings in 1977 with a vision to partner parents in the Christian education of their children, Shire Christian School has grown to become a renowned provider of outstanding Christian education, with over 880 students.
The school logo uses the words a firm foundation to indicate that the Bible thoroughly equips for every good work. The firm foundation the school is seeking to establish for each child also involves helping them to develop core knowledge and skills that will be a foundation for future learning.
To achieve these objectives, Shire Christian School offers extension opportunities and learning support programs for students with particular needs and invests greatly in the training and development of its teachers.
Students learn, achieve and thrive when they feel emotionally safe and supported at school. Shire Christian is known for how well it cares for its students and the school’s pastoral care program helps every child to learn to the best of their ability and feel loved and valued.
Junior School: Shire Christian has a vibrant Junior School (Prep to Year 6).
Secondary School: The school offers a wide choice of elective subjects in the Secondary School so that students can explore their areas of interest and achieve to the best of their ability in the HSC.
Sport: Shire Christian has a comprehensive sports program and seeks to offer students the best facilities and coaches available in the Sutherland Shire for the Friday sports program. A wide variety of gala days, including lesser known opportunities like horse riding, surfing competitions, golf and tennis competitions, occur across the year. The school offers an extensive gala day program and is part of the Christian Schools Sports Association (CSSA) and the Combined Independent Schools Sports Council (CIS), which provides talented students with a pathway through to national competition.
Welfare and personal development: Students are allocated to a gender-based Pastoral Care class in Year 7 and for the most part stay with this group of students and their Pastoral Care teacher for their journey through Secondary School. This means students are known well and supported by one teacher. Students meet with their pastoral care class and teacher on a daily basis. The pastoral care program provides students with an opportunity to develop an understanding of how the gospel applies to their daily lives, helping them to understand what it means to live well in God’s world. The program also includes camping experiences for students. The school has two psychologists and offers many other opportunities for personal development, mentorship and leadership.
Co-curricular activities: Debating, chess, mock trial, theatre sports, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, 10 different music ensembles, global awareness program, individual music lessons, peripatetic speech and drama, dance lessons, speech therapy, occupational therapy, CRU group.
Facilities: Synthetic futsal court, outdoor basketball, netball and volleyball courts, soccer field, tennis courts, cricket pitch and nets, large grass spaces, bush play area, architecturally designed infants and prep playground, newly renovated multipurpose hall with basketball and performing arts capabilities including retractable tired seating, Tiered Learning Centre, Information Resources Centre, large 4K interactive touch boards, connection to AARNet and gigabit internet, school managed student device program, newly renovated art rooms, 3D printer, laser cutter, two libraries, music rooms and studios, all classrooms airconditioned.
Principal: Mr Brett Hartley
|Fees||$7156 (kindergarten) to $8600 (year 12). Sibling discounts available|
8525 51******* 8525 5111
|Address||16A Allies Road, Barden Ridge 2234|
Sign up to our e-news
Victoria’s first specialist senior secondary school for science, mathematics and associated technologies, JMSS was formed in 2010 as the result of a unique partnership between Monash University and the Victorian Department of Education. This school is for those with a passion for the sciences, who love a challenge and welcome every opportunity to learn.
The school’s growing outreach program includes work with students and teachers from remote locations in regional Victoria and outer-metropolitan Melbourne, as well as local primary schools. Community members are welcome to join students, teachers, parents and Monash academics for the annual Science Fair in October. Partnerships with several international specialist science schools enable students to collaborate, share research and build friendships with equally passionate students across the globe through exchanges and science fairs. JMSS is excited about opportunities available for teaching its contemporary curriculum online via Emerging Sciences Victoria (ESV)
Facilities: A state-of-the-art educational facility with open learning spaces, on the ground of Monash University’s Clayton campus in Melbourne’s south-east suburbs. Science laboratories and class areas are spacious, flexibly designed and ICT-rich, allowing small-group or whole-class problem solving, with up to 50 students and two teachers working together in a team-teaching environment.
Curriculum: JMSS has formed strong partnerships with researchers and academics in a broad mix of scientific fields at Monash University and CSIRO, sharing resources and expertise and ensuring the courses offered at JMSS are rich, challenging, contemporary and relevant. The curriculum at JMSS allows students to explore the cutting edge of scientific knowledge and understanding in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, mathematics, engineering, biomedical science, geography and computer science. Many students access a university extension subject on the Monash campus alongside traditional Year 12 subjects.
Co-curricular activities: Every student has access to a range of co-curricular options including languages, music, the arts, community service, leadership, information technology and robotics, and sport. JMSS believes in a holistic education for all students, and the strong focus on personal wellbeing and empowerment, physical activity and leadership development is a feature of life for students at the school.
Student wellbeing: There is a strong support system at JMSS which underpins all learning. Each student has their own mentor teacher who will also remain with them during their time at JMSS, who is responsible for overseeing each student’s day-to-day progress and wellbeing. Students are allocated to one of four Houses, named after Australian scientists Fiona Wood, Tim Flannery, Elizabeth Blackburn and Peter Doherty. The school runs many House events and other programs designed to build confidence, connectedness and spirit within the community. The school has a well-developed mindfulness program to build resilience in students.
|Years||Year 10 - Year 12|
Sign up to our e-news
Scots All Saints College is a Presbyterian independent co-educational college for day and boarding students. Day students from Pre-Kindergarten (four-five year olds) to Year 12 day and boarding students from Year 6 to 12 on campus. Boarder parent accommodation on campus available form an affordable $20 per night.
Scots All Saints College is set over three beautiful campuses. The Senior Campus (Years 9 to 12) will be at the Scots campus. The Middle School (Years 5 to 8) and the Junior School (K to Year 4) will be accommodated on the All Saints Campus. Boarding will be located on the Scots Campus for both girls and boys from Years 6 to 12. Pre-Kindergarten is offered on both campuses.
Scots All Saints College aims to bring out the best in all its students. Scots All Saints College offers encouraging and dynamic programs to children of all abilities within a safe, picturesque country setting. With a wide range of subjects and co-curricular activities, the college gives every individual the opportunity and resources to grow — academically, culturally and socially. A new Performing Arts Academy offers all students a blended experience in music, drama, dance and media. A state-of-the-art STEM Innovation Centre with 6 learning labs for project-based collaborative learning is being built in 2020 and the first of its kind in regional NSW.
Facilities: Boys’ and girls’ boarding houses, agriculture complex, performing arts centre, multiple sports fields and ovals, natural and synthetic turf cricket pitches, a variety of sports courts, indoor sports complex, 25m indoor heated swimming pool, 25m outdoor swimming pool, computer laboratories, library, design and technology facilities, multi-purpose pavilion, horse boarding and equestrian.
Curriculum Years 7 to 10: English, Mathematics, Geography, LOTE, Commerce, Agriculture, Science, Music, Design and Technology, Drama, Visual Arts, Information Software Technology, Christian Studies and
Curriculum Years 11 and 12: English, Extension English 1 and 2, Mathematics, Extension Mathematics 1 and 2, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Design and Technology, Agriculture, Drama, Business Studies, Geography, Modern History, Ancient History, Studies of Religion, Visual Arts, PD/H/PE, Music, Music Extension, VET courses and LOTE distance courses in languages.
Sport: Cricket, rugby union, equestrian, soccer, girls’ hockey, tennis, swimming, basketball, cross-country running, netball, athletics, fitness training, touch football, indoor soccer.
Co-curricular activities: Cadets, debating, chess, drama, Pipes and Drums Band, concert band, string ensembles, private music lessons, choir, public speaking, equestrian team, musical productions, Rural Fire Service Cadets, highland dancing, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Cattle Team.
Welfare and personal development: Scots All Saints College has introduced a new student wellbeing program across the college called Positive Education with leading international Positive Psychologist, Dr Paula Robinson training staff, students and parents.
Scholarships: Open annually for tuition and boarding from Term 4 to February across 5 categories of Academic, All-Rounder, Agriculture, Music, Pipes and Drums/Highland Dancing. Sibling discounts are available.
Head of College: Mr John Weeks.
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Kindergarten - Year 12|
|Enrolment||Approximately 700 students|
4k - 8k |
Day: $4900 (Kindergarten), $15,580 (Year 12) || Boarding: $20,780 Scholarships and sibling discounts are available
+ 61 2 ******* + 61 2 6331 3917
|Address||70 Eglinton Road, Bathurst 2795|