Understanding Sustainability — the Wellbeing of the Future
Underpinned by our Positive Education model, the Year 4 program is committed to providing hands-on, meaningful activities that develop independent, life-long learning. Using a blended learning environment that encompasses direct instruction, as well as inquiry-based tasks. The Year 4 curriculum uses the unique bushland setting at Donvale to teach students about the local indigenous environment and broader world issues. A strong emphasis is placed on imparting the value of sustainability for the wellbeing of future generations through our composting, gardening and plant rehabilitation activities, often working in conjunction with our local council in Manningham. Our program features extensive cross-age activities, involving students from the Early Learning Centre through to Year 6, promoting sustainable living.
The hallmark of the Year 4 curriculum is the provision of a stimulating learning environment that allows each child to embrace an independent, diverse yet highly supported learning pathway.
In Years 3 to 6, home tasks are set to help students develop regular study habits and cater for the needs of all students.
For further information please see the page on Home Tasks.