At Waikerie Lutheran Primary School, we hold the belief that every child possesses an inherent curiosity and a passion for learning. We understand that their path to success is paved through encouragement in a nurturing setting. Our educational program aims to cultivate engaged and inquisitive learners. Our approach to learning, is supported by a transdisciplinary framework that transcends traditional boundaries, shaping both our teaching methods and students' learning experiences. This framework enables students to gain insights into real-world issues and themes.

WLPS Principles of Learning

Learning for Growth and Wellbeing: Our approach offers demanding learning opportunities that are personalized to meet the unique needs of each student, fostering their individual growth and well-being.

Building Strong and Caring Relationships: We build healthy and respectful relationships based on trust, open communication, and working together.

Equipping Learners for Success: Our students gain confidence to apply relevant skills, attitudes, and thinking abilities, ensuring success in their present and future.

Exciting and Meaningful Learning:  Our curriculum is designed to captivate students by concentrating on essential concepts and encouraging the inquisitive process, making learning both enjoyable and meaningful.

Provide Effective Assessment: Our assessment practices encourage students to think critically, reflect on their own learning, and take charge of their educational journey.

Our teachers work to Australian Curriculum standards.  This covers eight key learning areas:

  1. English
  2. Mathematics
  3. Science
  4. Humanities and Social Sciences
  5. Health and Physical Education
  6. Languages
  7. Technologies
  8. Arts.

Students also participate in Christian Studies learning as outlined by Lutheran Education Australia’s Christian Studies Curriculum Framework.

Each child is also introduced to key general capabilities, including literacy, numeracy, ethical understanding, information and communication technology, critical and creative thinking, intercultural understanding, and personal and social capability.

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