Primary (3 – 6)
Year 3 – 6
Growing maturity is accompanied by growing independence.
Literacy and numeracy
Our primary years are designed to encourage students to investigate and evaluate the world in which they live.
Students continue with a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy skills. Students are grouped into small literacy and numeracy groups according to abilities so that more able students are extended and less able students receive the necessary support.
We continue to emphasise quality teacher time with class sizes capped at 28 for all two-stream classes. Parents continue their rich involvement in class activities.
Putting learning into practice
There is an increasing focus on anchoring learning in real contexts, where students are challenged to put their learning into practice. We call these Slice of Life Adventures (SOLAs). We believe that students learn best when they are able to engage in opportunities to explore how learning fits into real life.
Music program and co-curricular
Our music program expands to allow all students in Year 4 to be given a concert band instrument and a year’s free tuition. Those who wish to continue learning to play, have the opportunity to become part of the concert band in Year 5. From Year 3 onwards, student can also participate in a variety of other programs including school musicals, interschool sport and co-curricular activities.
Language learning also develops as students enhance their French listening, speaking and writing skills. There are other rich learning opportunities through STEM club, Visual Arts camp and Science camp.
Excursions and camps
Our camping and excursion program expands in Years 3 to 6. Students attend more challenging and richer excursions. They also begin participating in overnight camps, culminating in Canberra in Year 5 and Oberon in Year 6.
Warragamba Dam and Waste Excursion
Wet & Wild
Find out more about what makes Nepean Christian School different.
Experience what Nepean Christian School has to offer from Kindergarten to Year 12. Meet our principal, Cameron Nunn, for a school tour.