We are a co-educational school that caters for students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. We are committed to ensuring that your child has every opportunity to grow with confidence and make the most of their individual gifts and talents through our diverse tailored programs and rich curriculum.
All Saints Grammar is a school where making a difference in the lives of young people is at the forefront of everything we do; we foster a love of learning and provide students with the opportunities to achieve their full academic potential whilst maintaining our pillars of Faith, Excellence and Respect.
All Saints Grammar offers an exciting choice of core and elective subjects so students can explore their talents and interests. Elective subjects include:
Classical & Modern Greek, Commerce, Design and Technology, Food and Textiles Technology, French, Geography, History, Information Software and Technology, Music, Physical Activity & Sports Studies, Photography and Digital Media, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts/Ceramics etc
A wide choice of subjects is offered in the Senior Years at All Saints Grammar. They are:
English (Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 and 2 and ESL), Maths (2 Unit, General and Extensions 1 and 2), Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Senior Science, Modern History, Ancient History, History Extension, Studies of Religion, Economics, Business Studies, Geography, Legal Studies, Orthodox Studies, Society and Culture, Visual Arts, Design and Technology, Food Technology, Photography, Drama, Modern Greek Continuers and Extension, Classical Greek and PD/Health/PE.
A wide number of sports are offered at All Saints Grammar, such as aerobics, athletics, rugby league, basketball, cricket, cross-country, golf, hockey, indoor soccer, lawn bowls, martial arts, netball, oztag, soccer, softball, squash, swimming, tennis, tenpin bowling and weights. Representative pathways exist through the NSW Combined Independent Schools, sporting association.
Extra-curricular activities at All Saints Grammar include:
Music, debating, drama, Tournament of Minds, SCRAM, Mock Trial, Maths Olympics, Chess and various special interest clubs such as Robotics and Solar Car Challenge.
Learning Support and Development plays an integral role in the academic sphere of All Saints Grammar School.
Our Wellbeing for Learning approach is based on the understanding that students learn best when they feel happy and safe, and that each child requires tailored quality education. Therefore we provide a growth mindset learning environment, where each individual can develop their socialisation skills whilst striving for academic excellence. We strive to equip students to develop their self-concept, attain a healthy level of self-esteem, and achieve high self-efficacy awareness.
For example, Year 7 participate in an Orientation Program, Year 9 a Peer Support Program and Years 10, 11 and 12 undertake a variety of pastoral, social and academic based retreats. All Saints Grammar also offers a number of specialist programs, which cater for a broad range of abilities to ensure that each students is afforded the opportunity to flourish and develop their unique talents.
Students with individual needs are recognised and supported through their Individual Adjustment Plans which detail a specialised program to meet their needs. This involves communication with teachers, families and specialists on a regular basis in order to maintain a collaborative approach to learning ensuring that a student with recognised needs has access to an adjusted curriculum and assessment program that includes any special arrangements at HSC level.
Support to a student can be given in a variety of ways dependent upon their academic and social needs. This includes consistent classroom support, one on one programs or small group interventions.
Working collaboratively with classroom teachers enables the Learning Support Team to identify and support the individual needs of students by removing barriers to their understanding and progress so that they have increased opportunity to reach their full learning potential.