Immersed in the natural park of Setia Alam, our beautiful campus is part of the edusentral community and is resourced to the highest level and reflects our focus on critical thinking, inquiry based approaches and a passion for life-long learning excellence.
Participation in the Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) develop students in all areas of the learner profile, gives them opportunities to try new disciplines and perhaps even find their passion(s) in life. In addition to developing interests and skills, the ECA’s enhance school spirit by giving students and staff opportunities to interact across Year boundaries whilst making new connections in the community.
From sports to performing arts, from discussion to music and across a range of both academic and technical based extension programmes, each student is challenged to become an active part of the school community.
Our Co-Curricular Programme aims to identify students with a wide range of interests and skills, and to develop their learning experience by offering them a range of extension and enrichment activities that extend beyond the classroom.
All students will be allocated to a House. The House system aims to give students an identity and sense of pride in a supportive, secure environment. It also has the following added benefits for the students:
The House names are Redhill Dingos, Sorrento Wombats, Flinders Kangaroos and Mornington Koalas with the associated house colours and as part of our partnership with Peninsula Grammar School, are named after towns in Melbourne area.
The promotion of well-being, care for each other and resilience lies at the core of our School. The students know they have a voice that is listened to by teachers and fellow students. Initiatives such as School Council, Positive Psychology, Well Being and proactive Pastoral discussion groups are centre-stage in school life. Within structures such as these, our students find their voice and develop leadership skills that will last a lifetime.
Life Skills (PHSE) is a separate subject and part of our curriculum that forms part of the school Well Being / Pastoral programme and is delivered throughout the school in all year groups. Our Programme of Study for PSHE education aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, team working and critical thinking in the context of learning grouped into three core themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).
We pride ourselves on the safety of all our children and all staff are committed to maintaining a secure and happy learning environment.
The whole campus has a 24-hour security and video surveillance and all students use a smart card system for access and cashless systems.
The school has a full time Nurse on site and access to full emergency services. Our aim is to ensure that all students are well cared for and that parents are well informed about their child’s health.
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