We choose to be an independent, secular and non-denominational, co-educational primary school, providing an empowering alternative to mainstream education.
We organise regular excursions and incursions to suit our themes and create engaging experiences that help students learn about the world in new ways.
School camps are central to our teaching method, and help students develop confidence in their ability to look after themselves and take responsibility.
We use the amazing resources at our disposal to help students build a strong relationship with the outdoors and an appreciation of the natural world.
Being situated on 8 acres of bushland allows us to provide a “school farm” experience to our students with various farm animals, classroom pets and produce.
We believe that school performances are an integral experience that teach a wide range of skills in highly satisfying, holistic and meaningful ways.
Our focus is always on using practical, real-life experience to help students grasp important concepts and develop the skills that will serve them in life.
Health and physical education are essential for success in life, and we help students appreciate and apply their skills to create health and well-being.
The humanities and social sciences help our students develop a solid understanding of the world and their place in it, using practical, relevant activities.
We have a diverse and inclusive arts program at Village School that helps children develop confidence in expressing their unique gifts and talents.
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