Qualified staff teach the NSW Board of Studies curriculum in the following six (6) Key Learning Areas:

1. English

  • Talking and Listening
  • Reading (including viewing)
  • Writing (including spelling, handwriting and punctuation).

2. Mathematics

  • Number
  • Patterns and Algebra
  • Data
  • Measurement
  • Space and Geometry
  • Working Mathematically

3. Science and Technology

  • Built Environments
  • Information and Communication
  • Living Things
  • Physical Phenomena
  • Products and Services
  • The Earth and Its Surroundings

4. Human Society and Its Environment

  • Change and Continuity
  • Cultures – especially Assyrian
  • Environments
  • Social System and Structures

5.Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

  • Active Lifestyle
  • Dance
  • Games and Sports
  • Growth and Development
  • Gymnastics
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Personal Health Choices
  • Safe Living

6. Creative Arts

  • Visual Arts
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Dance

In addition to the above, the school will ensure that enough staff are employed who are qualified to teach:

Assyrian language
Assyrian culture and heritage
Christian faith and values

Co-curricular activities available to students presently include the following:

Active After School Programs such as; Fitness, Martial Arts, Gymnastics, European Handball etc.
Assyrian Dance