Learning and Teaching

Holy Spirit Primary St Clair has an approach to learning based on leading educational research which makes us one of the best Catholic primary school in Sydney area.


The learning program at Holy Spirit Primary School covers seven key learning areas:

  • Religious Education
  • English - reading, writing, talking, listening
  • Mathematics - working mathematically, number, measurement, data, space and geometry, patterns and algebra
  • Science – using technology, investigating, designing, and algebra
  • History and Geography
  • Creative Arts – music, visual arts, dance and drama
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education.

 

Learning

Your Child’s Learning Journey

We are dedicated to preparing our students to flourish in a constantly and rapidly changing and challenging world. Learn more about learning at Holy Spirit.

RE

Religious Education

Catholic values underpin all areas of the curriculum and school life. We provide a positive environment to support our students to grow in their own self-belief we instil in our students a sense of social justice, allowing them to reach out to others.

English

English

As well as being a key learning area in its own right, English has a wider role as a means of learning in all curriculum areas.

Maths

Mathematics

In Mathematics students learn to apply their knowledge, skills and understanding, in a broad range of contexts beyond the mathematics classroom.

CreativeArts

Creative Arts

Creative Arts aims to provide students with basic learning in the art forms through the subjects of Visual Arts, Music, Drama and Dance.

HSIE

History and Geography

Human Society and Its Environment encompasses the areas of History and Geography. We encourage 'hands on' experiences, so that our students might explore and develop as independent and effective users of scientific and technological information relevant to their lives.

Science

Science and Technology

A student's sense of wonder and curiosity about the natural and made world is fostered through actively embracing new concepts and the unexpected, and by learning through trialling, testing and refining ideas.

Sport

Sport and PDHPE

Sport is an integral part of the Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) curriculum, which promotes fitness and a healthy lifestyle.

Library

School Library

CEDP school libraries are physical and digital places of inquiry and reading. They provide access to a range of physical and electronic resources that help kids on their learning journey and inspire purposeful learning.

Extracurricular

Co-Curricular Activities

A quality, Catholic education is one that provides more than the basics and allows students to benefit from a wide range of learning experiences. Discover all the opportunities on offer.