Opportunites to ExploreWe pride ourselves on a wide range of curriculum opportunites for our students
It’s not the curriculum that we offer that sets us apart, it’s the manner in which it’s delivered
Any school can teach a curriculum. Amazing schools like ours at Billanook Primary is full of teachers actively and passionately exploring the possibilities of making their teaching practice more innovative, engaging and fun at every turn. This is the single ingredient that drives the most growth in our students.
The success we attain is not only evidenced by the assessment data – but it’s seen through the smiles and joy we see on our student’s faces as a concept is grasped. This is the indefinable element that drives us as teachers to produce and grow our own teaching skills year in, year out.
We are widely regarded as one of the leading schools in the region for literacy. Our approach is unique and hands on.
One of the pillars of the strong education we offer at Billanook Primary. We make numeracy engaging by bringing it to life with
Student wellbeing is central to everything that we do inside the classroom and outside. We have a strong focus on building ‘well rounded kids’ in all of our students
Our aim is to promote healthy bodies and healthy minds through our brilliant P.E. program.
Through play, experimentation and participation, our performing arts program is designed to build confidence in our students
Creativity is a vital attribute for 21st century learners and we understand this. Our visual arts program is something we are intrinsicly proud of.
Technology is an inescapable medium in todays digital age and with a very healthy eye on balance we immerse our students in Ipads, interactive whiteboards, computers and lots more.
Inquiry units encourage our students to explore their wonderings about the world we live in. Students follow the Inquiry Cycle of tuning in, finding out, sorting out, going further, making conclusions and taking action.
Immersion in a secondary language gives students not only the skill of speaking another language but the understanding of a different culture. This benefits of this are teaching students a greater awareness of the world in which they live.