Certain priorities shape the whole school curriculum.
Spiritual and moral education forms the foundation for not only personal, social and health education,
but also for all subjects.
- We prioritise the nurture of a Judaeo-Christian worldview in the Lower School and gradually introduce
a comparison with other ideologies and beliefs including: Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Secular Humanism, Post Modernism, Consumerism and Animism.
Wisdom is valued as an important dimension to knowledge, skills and understanding i.e. seeing
things from God's perspective and applying what is learned to right living.
Knowing God, the Lordship of Christ and His purposes is central to all areas of the curriculum.
Knowledge of the world, its history and the purpose of life is within a God given framework of key events in the life of the Earth, the redemptive work of Christ and eventual consummation of all things.
The development of an individual is balanced with responsibility to community life at local, national and international levels.
The emphasis and teaching strategies differ within the three age related departments. This is to
facilitate God-given patterns of growth and to recognise the different needs of young children and
those approaching young adulthood.