Teaching and Learning

A home-school partnership recognises that families and our Community share the responsibility for children's learning and wellbeing.

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A place for life long learning

Nazareth embraces a contemporary learning environment, where innovation and technology enable both our students and staff to be at the forefront of education. Our curriculum and programs cultivate the natural curiosity of children developing their skills to become enquirers, as well as showcasing their individual abilities and unique interests and preparing them for lifelong learning.

A continuous focus on integral ecology encourages our community of learners to understand that we do not ‘stand alone’, but rather are complex creations – where the need for social, emotional, physical and economical factors to work together assist in building community, nourishing family life and making the world a better place (Nazareth Mission).

A home-school partnership recognises that families and our Community share responsibility for children’s learning and wellbeing.

 

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Supporting our Students & Families

Staff at Nazareth and families work together to create positive attitudes to learning, develop shared understandings of learning programs and how children learn, and build on each family's capacity to support learning at home. 

At Nazareth, we utilise various strategies for effective two-way communication between families and school to regularly seek and share information about children’s achievements, learning needs and learning programs.

In collaboration with staff, families access information and resources provided by the school to support their child’s learning at school and home.

In turn, we are able to connect families and children with community resources which enhance learning opportunities and outcomes.

Staff at Nazareth and families work together to create positive attitudes to learning, develop shared understandings of learning programs and how children learn, and build on each family's capacity to support learning at home.