- Primary School
OLHOC offers a very well-resourced educational program to all students. Extra curricula activities support the development of students’ gifts and talents across a variety of pursuits including academic, sporting and cultural areas. OLHOC has a long history of valuing success and this is evident in all fields of endeavour.
Our Lady Help of Christians School is committed to high quality contemporary learning that is supported by committed and well-resourced staff. In an ever-changing society, 21st century learners’ need to be confident with technology, possess adaptive problem-solving skills, have the ability to work collaboratively and have a global perspective on issues. By using contemporary learning practices together with targeted technologically-enriched learning environments, we are confident that our children are well equipped to succeed beyond their schooling.
In recent years, extensive renovations were carried out to the school facilities which involved the building of a new classroom block with seven new classrooms, the construction of a multi-purpose hall with specialty rooms and a contemporary library. A new administration area was also established.
The school now has 24 classrooms, a Library, Learning Support Centre, Media Room, a dedicated Visual Arts room, along with a dedicated Music classroom. The school also has a Tuckshop, Administration area and Staff room. There are two playgrounds around the main school buildings, along with an extended oval.
As a contemporary learning environment, our facilities strive to provide a variety of flexible learning spaces for student learning, and these are enhanced by a range of teaching resources, as well as fixed and mobile technologies such as interactive whiteboards, laptops, digital cameras and iPads. A one-to-one laptop program commenced in 2015 so that students in Years 5 and 6 have increased opportunities to access individual devices.
Students at Our Lady Help of Christians School also have access to a wide range of the latest digital technologies such as Sphero Robotic balls, Bee Bots and Lego Robotics to introduce students to the coding component of the Australian Curriculum.
Our Lady Help of Christians School is also proudly a participant in the Stephanie Alexander Garden program with a variety of garden beds, as well as a dedicated kitchen in place within the school grounds.
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