At Annesley Junior School our children from two years of age to Year 6 are active participants in a community of learners.
The values we teach at Annesley Junior School have passed the test of time. Throughout the world, regardless of religious or cultural differences, these values are central to how well we function as individuals and communities. LEARN MORE
Annesley Junior School believes that community is sustained by Values, Service, Diversity, Relationships and Learning. LEARN MORE
Structured, purposeful inquiry is at the heart of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) philosophy. Our students actively construct meaning based on their prior knowledge and their engagement with the curriculum. Children from two years of age to Year 6 are active participants in a community of learners. Their learning is not confined within the boundaries of traditional subject areas but is supported and enriched by them- boys and girls engage in a “hands on” approach and have access to our extended community for specialist knowledge and ‘real life’ experiences.
The aim of all IB programs is to create global thinkers who focus on building a harmonious world thus creating a more sustainable future.
The IB Learner Profile outlines what our learners strive to be: