Bath Street Campus (Transition to Year 4)
The Bath Street Campus of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic College caters for Transition to Year 4. The curriculum is implemented through the Australian Curriculum and the Northern Territory Curriculum Framework. As a Catholic primary school, we place great importance on Christian values and creating a supportive and safe community. Religious Education is taught along with all the key learning areas prescribed by the Northern Territory Department of Education.
The key learning areas consist of:
- English - Language, Literature and Literacy
- Mathematics - Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry and Statistics and Probability
- Science - Science Understanding, Science as a Human Endeavour and Science Inquiry Skills
- History - Historical Knowledge and Understanding and Historical Skills
Northern Territory Curriculum Framework:
- Health and Physical Education
- Languages - Japanese
- Studies of Society and Environment - Social Systems and Structures, Environments
- Technology and Design
- The Arts - inclusive of performing arts, arts skills, music, media, visual arts
The NTCF also includes the EsseNTial Learnings which promote the teaching and learning of processes that learners should develop for active participation in today's society.
Students receive two comprehensive Semester Reports at the end of Term 2 and Term 4. Formal Parent/Teacher/Student interviews occur late in Term 1 and Term 3.
Each student at Bath Street receives tuition in all key learning areas. Children with learning needs are catered for in the classroom using a range of strategies. In some instances students may be withdrawn from class for additional support or testing.
Bath Street has a number of Indigenous students and Indigenous perspectives are taught across all curriculum areas.
The children at Bath Street participate in a range of community activities and celebrations including Harmony Day, ANZAC Day and the Bangtail Muster. During the year, the campus participates in Children's Book Week, Literacy and Numeracy Week, Science Week and Catholic Education Week.
Bath Street Campus is a “Kidsmatter” campus - a framework implemented for the social and emotional wellbeing of all students.