Learning

Sharing Faith

At Holy Family, we are proud of our commitment to our faith. Religious Education is a core Key Learning Area and lessons are based on the diocesan curriculum Sharing Our Story.

Supporting Literacy

In addition to the curriculum, Holy Family Primary supports student learning through:

  • Premier's Reading Challenge
  • Student and parent library borrowing
  • Opportunities to attend live drama performances
  • Voice of Youth public speaking competition.

Supporting Numeracy

In addition to the curriculum, Holy Family Primary supports student learning through:

  • Mathletics
  • Maths Challenge Club
  • Volunteer tutors
  • Parent information sessions.

Extra Learning Opportunities

Students are provided with a wide range of opportunities as part of school life at Holy Family Primary Emerton including:

  • Specialist Physical Education teacher
  • Specialist Creative Arts teacher
  • Volunteer Music teacher
  • A pastoral care program based on the Positive Behaviour Support for Learning Program and Peaceful Kids and Mindfulness Program
  • Sporting activities and carnivals
  • Representative teams for netball, soccer, touch football, rugby league, basketball and cross country
  • Opportunities for involvement in the Diocesan Creative Arts Expo
  • Year 5 and 6 students learn a brass instrument through the CAPTIVATE program
  • Involvement in local community art competitions
  • Involvement in Naidoc Week celebrations
  • Participation in the Mount Druitt Walk for Reconciliation.

elibrary

CEDP school libraries are physical and digital places of inquiry and reading.

eLibrary is the digital gateway to the range of quality online resources that encourage and enhance reading and support inquiry learning.



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