JOHN WOLLASTON ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
GIVE your child the best start to secondary school at John Wollaston Anglican Community School, with its Year 7 Transition Program.
The year begins with an adventure-based camp where friendships are forged and the tight-knit community of Year 7 develops.
The Year 7s are housed in their own purposebuilt, eco-friendly Year 7 Centre with underfloor heating.
Students have a teacher with whom they spend most of their day as they slowly get a taste of the secondary environment by attending specialist classes including visual arts, science and food technology.
The school has developed this successful year-long academic, pastoral and co-curricular program over the past 10 years and word of mouth has ensured strong enrolments.
Head of Year 7 Jacqueline Fisher said the school has developed a complete Transition Map to give students the knowledge and skills to integrate into secondary education.
“The Year 7s become confident, comfortable and focused learners ready to tackle the rigours of Year 8 and beyond,” she said.