global minded citizens

welcome

Middle Schooling focuses on a student-centred approach to learning where we are committed to developing today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders who are informed, compassionate and confident men and women of faith, who will flourish as global minded citizens.

Acknowledging that adolescent learners have specific needs, our Middle School has a structure that allows us to implement a quality student wellbeing program in a meaningful context.

The curriculum is guided by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) for Stage 3 (Year 5 & 6) and Stage 4 (Years 7 & 8). Students study all Key Learning Areas including English, Mathematics, Science, HSIE (Geography and History), Technologies, Personal Development/Health/Physical Education, Creative and Performing Arts. In addition to this all students participate in a Christian Studies class every week and there is also an explicit Student Wellbeing program.

Why Middle School is giving students the edge before Senior School years

how to enrolStarting 2019

Mr Chris Jackman

Head of All Saints Campus & Director of Middle School

“Committed to developing today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders who are informed, compassionate and confident men and women of faith, who will flourish as global minded citizens.”

tailored to the individual,

Curriculum

Our curriculum and structure acknowledge that Middle School students, that is adolescents, are unique in their needs.

  • Time of change

    Adolescents are undergoing massive change in their life; physical, psychological, emotional and cognitive

  • Range of Development

    Adolescents have the widest range of maturation levels across developmental domains

  • Quality of Teaching

    Success at school for adolescents is determined by the quality of teaching that they experience

  • Opportunity to Engage

    Focus should be to employ a range of evidence-based practices to provide the best learning opportunities to engage and improve student learning

 

The curriculum is guided by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) for Stage 3 (Year 5 & 6) and Stage 4 (Years 7 & 8). Students study all Key Learning Areas including English, Mathematics, Science, HSIE (Geography and History), Technologies, Personal Development/Health/Physical Education, Creative and Performing Arts. In addition to this all students participate in a Christian Studies class every week and there is also an explicit Student Wellbeing program.

out of the classroom,

co-curricular

At Scots All Saints College we have a student-centred approach to educating the whole person. Outside the classroom, a range of exciting opportunities complement our academic program.

Picturesque grounds

All Saints Campus

All Saints’ College Bathurst was established 145 years ago on 74 acres of picturesque grounds. Our superb facility is located just three hours drive (210 km) from the heart of Sydney and is served by coach, rail and air transportation. Located at Bathurst, NSW, All Saints Campus, as it is now known, has the benefit of country living with spacious grounds and a broad variety of facilities to support the learning and development of all students.
All Saints Campus

facilities

  • spacious playgrounds
  • five sporting ovals
  • sports centre
  • netball and tennis courts
  • swimming pool
  • library

distinct, striking and functional

uniforms

Scots All Saints College has a distinct, striking and functional uniform for everyday school wear, sports and PE that has been especially deigned for the needs of students from Pre-Kindergarten through to year 12. There are 3 ties to distinguish students across the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools.

uniform shop

space to thrive