Visit our junior or senior campuses on any school day and you will see that the day starts with time to connect with God and each other. Devotion takes place in the classroom or pastoral care class, and students gather for worship twice a week.
At the Junior Campus (P–6) the school day runs from 8.25am until 2.55pm (8.30am–2.45pm for Prep students). The day is broken into three sessions with two breaks: morning tea at 10.15am–10.55am and lunch from 12.30pm–1.30pm.
Throughout the week, students study in their classrooms or move around the campus for specialist lessons, including Library (P–3), Music, Health and Physical Education and Indonesian. Playground supervision is provided before school from 8.00am and after school until 3.20pm. Care outside this time is provided by our on-site Outside School Hours Care.
At the Senior Campus (Y7–12), the 8.20am bell marks the start of the school day. The day incorporates six lessons, with breaks for morning tea from 10.35am–11.10am and lunch from 12.50pm–1.20pm. Students move around the campus as dictated by their timetable, which works on a ten-day rotation (rather than on a Monday–Friday basis), meaning public holidays have minimal impact on specific subjects.
Sport is timetabled for all year levels, either as a lesson or as part of intra- and inter-school competitions. The 3.05pm bell marks the end of the school day with supervision provided in the pickup area until 3.30pm and in the library until 4.00pm.
Homework Club runs from Monday to Thursday, from 3.30pm–5.00pm for a small fee. Homework Club is run by a qualified teacher aide and provides a safe and supportive environment for the completion of homework and assignments.