Junior Years


The Junior Years Mini School covers years 5 to 7.  Our Years 5 and 6 students are located in the Midland building, with the Year 7’s having exclusive access to the Paddington building.

This arrangement allows us to provide differentiated programs for students across our Mini School and ensures that we are catering to the varying needs of all of our students.

As we are a critical transition point, we ensure that students are prepared to enter the Junior School through a strong program operated in conjunction with our Early Years Mini School.

We again focus upon transition into the Year 7 program providing opportunities for students within the College and from our neighbouring feeder primary schools to have a smooth start to their secondary education. This is supported by an intensive ‘Start up’ program which includes “Ready to Learn” Interviews addressing students’ social, emotional and academic needs. This ensures that students feel comfortable and supported upon beginning with the College and the ever popular, Year 7 Discovery Day. Our third transition point is coordinated with the Middle Years Mini School to ensure that they are prepared for the rigours of Years 8 and 9.

We take responsibility for the social and emotional preparedness of students to meet the demands of our strong academic and community-minded program. This calls for high expectations, the use of strong classroom practices and a calm environment to maximise the opportunities and provide the essential preconditions for student growth.

To support the wellbeing of our students, we have access to a wide range of student services as well as a dedicated Engagement team who oversee the needs of students, providing a variety of opportunities and programs to ensure that the social and emotional needs of students are met.

Students have the opportunity to be involved in a number of extra-curricular programs which we encourage to ensure a ‘well rounded’ College experience. Parental involvement is key to the continued success of students and the College provides a range of support for families with whom we wish to develop strong partnerships.

Please download the Junior-Years-curriculum-overview


Please see below for downloaded slides from our 2023 Year 7 information evening which includes key dates and information for our community.

Any questions please contact the College on 8338 3600.

Year 7 Parent Information Night 2023

Booklists 2023

Please download the flyer below from Campion Education and follow instructions to order 2023 booklists online.

Scholarships 2023


Our business partners have generously provided financial support to subsidise the costs associated with schooling. In order to ensure this is an equitable process, we invite you to apply for an academic scholarship, with successful recipients receiving funds towards educational items for 2023. Families can select items from the following list:
·      Textbooks
·      Uniform costs
·      Specialised programs
·      Material charges or
·      Special events (for example graduation, excursions, etc)
Application process:
·      Complete the following application form, remembering to include two suitable referees
·      A shortlisting process will occur with members of the College leadership team
·      Successful recipients will be notified by Wednesday 14th December

Please return fill in the attached form and hand it into the Main Administration Office by no later than 4:00pm on Tuesday 6th December, 2022.

Please contact Marika Convey at the College on 8338 3600 if you have any questions.

Scholarship Application Form 2023


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