Special Programs

drumming club    students dancing    Indigenious art

Learning Extension Programs

  • Differentiated curriculum
  • Literacy and numeracy extension groups
  • In class support
  • G.A.T.E.ways leadership program
  • ICAS competitions

Targeted Support Programs

  • Differentiated curriculum
  • Targeted literacy and numeracy groups
  • In class support

English as an Additional Language and Dialect (EALD) Program

  • Program is available for students whose first language is not English
  • Students eligible for EALD support range from those newly arrived in Australia and beginning to learn English

Music Program

  • Music lessons for K-6 – recorder, percussion, singing, movement and composing music 
  • Year 5 and 6 Brass bands
  • Award winning 3/4 Choir, 5/6 Choir and 1/2 Choir 

Mini chefs

  • Cooking program using produce from the sustainable garden
  • Develops leadership skills
  • Working cooperatively

Red Cap

  • Social skills program
  • Build skills to support others on the playground

Sustainability Program 

  • Waste Wise Program and Green Team initiative
  • Environmental Science program as a part of the school's curriculum
  • Stephanie Alexander sustainable kitchen garden project

Lunchtime clubs include:

  • Waste Wise Program and Green Team initiative
  • Environmental Science program as a part of the school's curriculum
  • Stephanie Alexander sustainable kitchen garden project
  • iPad
  • garden
  • dance
  • Oz tag
  • Drumming
  • Computer
  • Chess
  • Cooperative games
  • Cartooning
  • Soccer
  • Drama
  • Origami
  • Skipping
  • Throughout the school, a class buddy system operates which encourages friendships across different year levels.

 Buddy Program 

  • Throughout the school, a class buddy system operates which encourages friendships across different year levels.

Meccano Program 

  • Volunteers in schools program which includes one on one mentoring building robotics

Excursions/Incursions

  • Excursions/incursions are an integral part of the education program at Arawang Primary School. 
  • Students benefit from enriching experiences which enhance their educational program.

Home Reading Program

  • The home reading program is a wonderful way for parents to help their children with reading
  • Develops effective reading strategies and a love of reading
  • Parent workshops are organised to support this process

Indigenous Aspirations Program

  • Indigenous students participate in a range of activities including art, dance, science and sport.

Outdoor Education

  • School camps are held at a range of venues including Birrigai, Cooba and Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Camp.

Student Parliament

  • School Student Parliament is led by the senior students.
  • Students take on a range of Parliament ministers roles
  • Students plan activities to raise funds for charities.

Visual and Performing Arts

  • Outstanding music program
  • Dance and Zumba
  • Drama, JRock and musicals
  • Visual arts