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Smaller class sizes allow teachers to focus on personalising learning. From the earliest years, a thorough foundation in literacy and numeracy is a central focus of learning experiences. Within the classroom and through support staff, student learning is strongly supported by enrichment opportunities and remedial teaching according to individual needs. On-going assessment of children´s progress within the classroom, supplemented by external support agencies where needs are identified, assists in maximizing learning potential.

Critical, creative and reflective thinking skills are developed through learning experiences based around the Harvard Teaching for Understanding framework and drawn from the College’s curriculum. Innovative learning spaces and future-focused technologies support learning at levels not previously available to young learners.

 

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Claremont Garden

Claremont Garden
        The magic and mystery of historic Claremont Garden and the adjacent Claremont Park offer unique on-campus ...
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conneXions

conneXions
ConneXions is a large indoor space, complemented by an outdoor courtyard area, designed to inspire creativity, discovery and a love ...
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Mary Fox Performing Arts

Mary Fox Performing Arts
The Mary Fox Performing Arts Centre comprises the Mary Fox Hall and the music rooms beneath. The Mary Fox Hall ...
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Round Square

Round Square
Scotch Oakburn is the only Tasmanian school to be a member of the Round Square association of international schools. Round ...
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Enrichment & Extension

Enrichment & Extension
Scotch Oakburn provides enrichment and extension opportunities that engage and challenge highly motivated and passionate learners in specific fields of interest ...
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Co-curricular

Co-curricular
Scotch Oakburn College offers a wide range of co-curricular options. A stimulating visual arts program is available, along with a ...
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