Primary Program ...
King's Primary is about creating a learning environment where children thrive through clear teaching,
strong personal support and encouragement, and a concentration on helping students master the basics.
The Christian way of life and salvation are taught as the basis of properly serving God and our neighbours,
and teachers seek to live out the practical Christian life in front of their students.
Good discipline is self-discipline, and the school seeks to inculcate strong character by patient and
careful training for each student. Respect for fellow students and adults, good work habits, cultivating a
kind and cheerful outlook, honesty and responsibility are taught and demonstrated, all in the framework of the
Christian way of life.
The curriculum includes:
- physical education and sport
- Bible study
- health and personal development.
Additional tuition in literacy and numeracy is available for children whose performance is a concern.
Some Primary Curriculum Distinctives
The very distinctive King's curriculum reflects our commitment to maintain cutting edge
excellence for our students.
Click to view our Co-Curricula Activities.
- The brilliant "Letterland" junior grades phonics teaching program means young children delight in learning to read
in a very child-friendly and supportive atmosphere.
- Saxon Mathematics is the most carefully structured and child supporting junior maths curriculum in the world,
specially imported from the USA and adapted to serve our students.
- Upper primary students all participate in public speaking coaching and public performance. Children grow rapidly
in confidence and skill levels as part of their thorough preparation for Year 7, and their sense of achievement is palpable!
- The Christian Heritage Program unique to King's, introduces students at all year levels mainly through stories
to the formative contributions Christians have made to the world through the ages. Famous men and women become models
of commitment, faith, love and idealism for our young men and women, as they identify with these heroes of the faith.