Curriculum & activities

Knowing what your child is learning helps you support them throughout their education.

In this section you can find out how public education works and the range of learning opportunities offered for students to challenge their thinking, and make the most of their unique talents.

You can also browse each School Year section to find out more.

The school works to enhance student resilience through a range of programs and strategies including:

 

Achievers' Camp

Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme

Peer Support

Leader Training

Recognition Assemblies and Morning Teas

Special Programs such as 'Rock and Water'

Student Representative Council (SRC)

Beyond the Bell Homework Club 

Year 6 Orientation Program

Variety Night Talent Program

Breakfast Club 

Top of The Hill Program

Volunteering Program (National and International)

Gymnasium Programs 

BRAVE Boys Mentoring Program 

Year 12 Teacher/Student Mentor Program

The Inspire Program  

Eat Your Words Literacy Club 

Robotics Club  

Science Titration Competition 

Figleaf Student Newspaper 

Debating 

 

BELL TIMES 2018

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 

Year 7: Sport period 5 - 6 on Thursday

Warning Bells: 8.30 am, 8.44 am. 1.25 pm

 

 

Start

Finish

Period 0

8.00 am

8.44 am

Assembly/Roll Call

8.48 am

9.04 am

Period 1

9.04 am

9.55 am

Period 2

9.55 am

10.46 am

Recess

10.46 am

11.06 am

Period 3

11.06 am

11.57 am

Period 4

11.57 am

12.48 pm

Lunch 1

12.48 pm

1.08 pm

Lunch 2

1.08 pm

1.28 pm

Warning Bell

1.25 pm

 

Period 5

1.28 pm

2.19 pm

Period 6

2.19 pm

3.10 pm

Period 7(Yr 12 only)

3.10 pm

4.00 pm

 

Tuesday Sport Day (Year 8-12) Roll marked in Period 1

Year 7: Two Teaching periods during the afternoon

Warning Bells: 8.30 am, 8.44 am, 12.55 pm

 

 

Start

Finish

SRE

8.44 am

9.15 am

Period 1

9.15 am

10.05 am

Period 2

10.05 am

10.55 am

Recess

10.55 am

11.15 am

Period 3

11.15 am

12.05 pm

Sport's Assembly 

12.05 pm

12.20 pm

Lunch

12.20 pm

12.55 pm

Warning Bell

12.52 pm

 

School Sport

12.55 pm

3.00 pm

 

Morning Assemblies: - Monday and Wednesday

  • Led By Deputy Principals or Head Teachers
  • Announcements of importance to everyone are made each morning. Achievements are recognised and celebrated
  • Roll teachers mark rolls - mark each students' attendance
  • Late students (who arrive after assembly) must sign in at the front office

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and wet weather – rolls marked in Home Rooms

Out of Uniform – students out of uniform, without parental explanation, will be given a school service duty