Curriculum Primary

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Curriculum Primary

The Curriculum followed by Bunbury Baptist College Primary School is based on The Australian National Curriculum and the Western Australian K - 10 Syllabus and covers the following:


  • The Arts - music, dance, drama, visual arts and media
  • English - reading, writing, speaking, listening, spelling, handwriting
  • Geography
  • Health and Physical Education
  • History
  • Languages - Auslan
  • Mathematics
  • Society and Environment
  • Science
  • Technology and Enterprise


Christian Education will also be part of the curriculum.

Teaching in the Primary School is often integrated within these Learning Areas.

All Mathematics, Science, English, History and Geography follow the Australian Curriculum at Bunbury Baptist College. All text books reflect the Australian Curriculum.


The College Curriculum will be guided by the Australian National Curriculum as it is implemented in Western Australia.


Junior Primary K-3

  • The Early Childhood component of the Primary School is committed to the development of the whole child (physical, academic, emotional and social). We provide a variety of programs which focus on the individual needs of each young learner.
  • Quality literacy and numeracy programs are provided at each year level, with literacy integrated across all learning areas. Learning programs are effective, exciting, contemporary and challenging.
  • Early intervention in the Early Learning Centre ensures that professionals identify levels of phonological awareness and perceptual motor development in students.


Upper Primary 4-6

  • The Year 4-6 program aims to provide a caring, secure and stimulating learning environment, to develop self-confidence in each student, with tolerance of and concern for others.
  • The program is a balanced curriculum, which aims to challenge each child according to his or her ability.
  • We support and encourage children to take responsibility for their own behaviour and learning during their transition years of schooling.



Learning Support at BBC

At the Bunbury Baptist College Primary School, student learning needs are given the highest priority. All students are fully included in the life of the school community, regardless of any differences they may have. Staff recognise the importance of inclusion and work quickly to build relationship with the student and their parents. The Learning Support Coordinator works closely with every teacher to ensure that every student can access the classroom learning experiences and develop the knowledge and skills they need to reach their full potential. Education Assistants assist students in the classrooms and support them to meet learning goals. The Learning Support Teacher works with groups of students to support their Literacy and Numeracy learning. Some of the specific strategies we employ are:

  • Individual Education and Behaviour plans
  • Regular team meetings to review progress
  • Training for staff in specific learning differences
  • Sensory considerations, such as uncluttered classrooms, careful use of colour, noise management, movement breaks, sensory tools
  • Chaplaincy service and sensory spaces for students who become anxious or emotional
  • Small group and individual intervention programs based on latest research
  • Accessing government funding for students with eligible disabilities
  • Access to a consultant School Psychologist
  • Active support for parents of students who have learning differences
  • Regular screening and assessment of students who demonstrate learning difficulties, with a focus on early intervention
  • Extension program for students who are excelling in their learning
  • Bunbury Baptist College is a member of Gifted WA and the Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented