Learning at St. Anne's

St Anne's provides an engaging and rich curriculum that promotes independence and self-motivation. We aim to develop confident learners who explore the world around them and can reflect on their personal learning journey with insight and honesty.

Our staff work collegially to create learning opportunities that aim to instill global understandings that will stay with our students as they move into the world.

We foster resilience and persistence in an environment where the community plays an active daily role, helping to nurture the whole child and develop a strong sense of self. Students are encouraged to think critically, collaborate with staff to set personal learning goals and make ethical choices.

  • Education in Faith
  • English
  • Maths
  • Inquiry
  • Digital Technologies
  • Performing Arts
  • LOTE-Italian
  • Visual Arts
  • Physical Education
  • Library

Extra Curricular
  • Instrumental Lessons
  • Choir
  • Pop Up Play
  • Chess Club
  • Mindfulness
  • Grade 5/6 Camp

Digital Technologies

During Term1 St Anne’s is having a whole school focus on Cybersafety. Each year level is completing an age appropriate unit giving them the skills and strategies to be safe on line
Foundation Students are learning the fundamentals of using technology including usernames and passwords.

In Grades 1 and 2 we are working on Zippep’s Astro Circus. 

What is this? Zippep and his circus friends reinforce the concept of computer security, through a series of games aimed at students from prep to grade two.

Key issues addressed
  • Age appropriate websites.
  • Cyberbullying.
  • Protecting personal information.
  • Secure passwords.
  • Talking with trusted adults.
  • Positive online experiences.

In Grades 3 and 4 we are working with Interland.

What is it? Interland is an adventure packed online game that teaches the fundamentals of digital safety and citizenship through hands on practice.

Key issues addressed:
  • Learning how to communicate safely online
  • Keeping personal details safe
  • Making critical decisions online
  •  Cyberbullying

In Grades 5 and 6 the students are undertaking their digital licences through the Alannah and Madeline Foundation

What is this? Students work towards obtaining their digital licences through online modules.

What is covered? The modules include material covering
  •  Privacy
  •  Sharing
  •  Gaming
  •  Social Networking
  •  Risky behaviours
  •  Cyberbullying