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We believe children are capable, competent, curious and full of potential.
Our ELC environment offers a safe place for children to build connections, discover, wonder, problem solve, imagine, be creative, share, participate and explore risk. Providing a unique canvas to foster growth, spark imagination and inspire a life-long love of learning.
Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, emphasis is placed on promoting self-esteem, emotional well-being, communication, socialisation, collaboration and self-help skills.
Our ELC is acknowledged as one of the highest quality Centres in South Australia, receiving an overall NQS Rating of Exceeding National Quality standard.
We are registered as a long day care centre, open 48 weeks of the year from 8.30am – 6pm. Eligible families can access the Child Care Supplement.
At the Faith Lutheran College Junior Campus, every student is known and valued as an important member of our community. We aim to provide an educational experience like no other; where students come first, learning goes deep and childhood is celebrated.
Progressive, sequential and inquiry based, the Curriculum at our Junior School is designed to develop confident learners who are creative problem solvers and capable decision makers.
Our caring team of dedicated educators work with each student to foster personal excellence and resilience, preparing each individual for the next step in their educational journey.
We invite you to visit us – experience our dynamic learning spaces, be welcomed like family, and explore our approach to learning.
Our approach to teaching and learning in the Middle School, aims to challenge and develop students who…
> have the right to be individuals and to choose their own learning paths
> are passionate, creative and inquisitive individuals who are ‘masters of their own learning’
> are excited about coming to school. Every. Single. Day.
> are compassionate people who work with local and global communities to solve problems and make a difference which helps them to develop empathy and understand their place in the world.
Our inquiry based Curriculum encourages students to look at the world from a different perspective, explore a range of opportunities and subject areas, freedom in choice… and in doing so ‘find their spark’.