Primary Years 5 & 6 – Tiverton Campus

Students are taught by experienced and dedicated staff and there are many opportunities to participate in the De La Salle community. This includes co‐curricular activities, social justice initiatives and leadership and development opportunities. We place a strong emphasis on pastoral care, fostering a vibrant, nurturing and faith‐filled Catholic community where parent involvement is welcomed and encouraged.

Curriculum

At the core of our educational philosophy is a commitment to fostering a dynamic learning environment. Here, we empower our students with every opportunity to excel academically while nurturing their spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being. Our goal is to inspire each individual to realise their utmost potential.

De La Salle Primary School’s programs for Year 5 and 6 are crafted to ignite excitement and engagement among our students. Embracing innovative teaching strategies and adaptable learning environments, our curriculum is meticulously aligned with Victorian educational standards. Our approach to technology integration includes the use of online tools that track student progress, facilitating tailored feedback and fostering individual growth.

In our multi-age literacy and numeracy classes, students gain confidence and are challenged appropriately to meet their unique needs. Science and STEM subjects are pivotal, taught in our specially designed Rheims Centre to encourage inquiry and innovation. Additionally, our students benefit from access to Senior School facilities for Sports, Physical Education, Music, Drama, and Art, ensuring a comprehensive and balanced education.

Supporting our academic program is a strong focus on student wellbeing, underscored by our evidence-based GROW program. Beyond the classroom, an extensive range of co-curricular activities—including Dendy Sports competitions, camps, excursions, and more—offers endless opportunities for our students to explore their interests, develop new skills, and flourish as individuals.

For detailed information on our teaching and learning framework for Years 5 & 6, we invite you to explore the Curriculum Handbook.