At Aubin Grove children learn in contemporary, well-resourced classrooms and participate in outstanding specialist learning programs, including Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education and Japanese ensuring a challenging, well-rounded and encompassing curriculum is available to all.
Aubin Grove is a “technology enhanced learning environment” in which students use devices such as iPads, MacBooks and interactive whiteboards to support and enhance their learning. All students in Years 4-6 participate in our parent funded 1:1 MacBook programme in which every child has access to a MacBook in class, every day. Our school is a certified eSmart School signifying our ability to provide students with the skills, knowledge and values to operate effectively and safely in the digital world in which we live.
As a very rare example of an “all Apple” primary school in WA, we provide students with access to devices and software that are both motivating and highly effective in improving their educational outcomes.
At Aubin Grove we place a strong emphasis on the key curriculum areas of literacy, numeracy, science and HASS (History and the Social Sciences). Our students engage in a well-rounded curriculum experience based on the Australian Curriculum and the Early Years Learning Framework in the early childhood years of Kindergarten-Year 2. We place a strong focus on the explicit teaching of the “basics” but also offer opportunities for children to explore and reach their potential in all other curriculum areas.
Our programmes have been carefully chosen and designed to provide students with the opportunity to study a comprehensive range of subjects including Music, Physical Education and the Visual Arts.
Our students learn Japanese Commencing in Pre-primary and are eligible to learn a musical instrument and participate in the Junior and Senior choirs as well as playing interschool sport and taking part in various arts activities, exhibitions and competitions.
Our highly skilled teachers will engage their students in learning programmes that are adjusted to suit their learning needs. They will provide appropriate intervention strategies for those requiring additional help as well as challenging and stimulating programmes for academically talented students. Our Academic Extension Program (AEP) includes students from Years 1 to 6.