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Strategic Plan 2011 -2014

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Our Curriculum


Bundalaguah Primary School offers a wide range of subjects covering the Strands and Learning Domains within the AusVELS structure.

Our Strategic Plan priorities  are Writing, Spelling and Numeracy with Reading  being an on-going priority.

Our goals are to:

In addition to the traditional curriculum areas students develop knowledge, skills and behaviours within the interdisciplinary areas of:

A summary of the AusVELS structure can be obtained by clicking here.


 

Learning is enhanced through the following programs:

 

Sport   

Physical Education is an important part of the school curriculum at Bundalaguah, and there are many opportunities for further participation with other schools. 

Bundalaguah children compete in the Rural School cross-country, Winter Sports and the Athletic Sports.  They also participate in Kanga Cricket and an Interschool Hockey competition.  In Term 2, the whole junior school participates in a weekly swimming program at Kemp Aquatics , whilst all school children swim in Sale.

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Computers & Technology   

Bundalaguah provides access for all children, with Internet and E-mail services.  All children have access to computers in all classrooms as well as netbooks, Ipads & access to polycom conferencing facilities.

Religious Education    

A weekly religious Education Program is offered to children who wish to participate. 

Marc Van (Mobile Library)    

The MARC Van visits Bundalaguah each week.  The visiting teacher provides a library lesson and also encourages all children to borrow from the library.

Cluster groups    

Bundalaguah combines with other rural schools to share resources and to provide the children with larger group experiences.  This includes group days with Airly, Cobains and Seaspray Primary Schools, combined camps, sports days, Life Education Van, and special literacy days.

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School Camps   

 Children participate in the Camp Program from Grades 3 – 6.  Bundalaguah combines with the cluster schools offering different camp experiences, for all middle and senior class students.

 

LAP (Learning Assistance Program)    

Bundalaguah has an effective LAP Program which involves parents or community members coming in as volunteers to work with a child for one hour a week.  The Program offers special attention to each child and helps promote confidence and self esteem.  Any parent wanting to know more about the program, or wish to be involved, should see their classroom teacher.

 

Junior School Council / Bundy Speak Out   

Students are given regular opportunity to discuss issues and celebrate achievement as a whole school.  Both Junior School Council and Bundy Speak Out are run by the students and supported by staff.

Staff Links

Link to Edupay

Link to AusVELS

Link to Edumail

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