Christian Studies is a programme of study about the Christian faith, the Word of God — as revealed in the Old and New Testaments and informed by the Lutheran Confessions — with the Gospel as its focus.
Students hear, explore and reflect on a series of key faith statements. The key ideas relate to Christian beliefs, Christian Church, Christian living and Christianity in the world.
Students learn about the English language; how it works and how to use it effectively. This plays a vital role in the development of students’ literacy, enhances their learning in all areas of the curriculum and provides them with the communication skills and critical understanding of language necessary for active participation in school and beyond.
English involves learning about texts and about language, using the modes of speaking, listening, reading, viewing and writing. Learners understand and compose a range of literature, media and everyday texts. They explore and engage with fictional, factual, non-print and multimedia texts from diverse cultural perspectives, take pleasure in using these texts to explore ideas and think imaginatively and critically about themselves, their world and the global community. They also use the texts they read, view and listen to as resources for creating and constructing their own texts.
Students learn to use ideas about number, space and chance. They learn to use mathematical ways of representing patterns and relationships to describe, interpret and reason about their social and physical world.

Our mathematics programme is based on the philosophy that every child can be a successful mathematician. Our teachers carefully plan units of work to achieve certain outcomes and provide the opportunities needed to reach them. Students are set clear challenges and are encouraged to explore their own ways of achieving them.

Using concrete materials, and by recording what they are doing in ways that make sense to them — and to others — they are taught to communicate what they are thinking, and ask questions. They are challenged and excited; they develop self-confidence as a developing mathematicians and become independent self-directed and self-motivated learners.

Study of The Arts benefits students by developing creative skills, critical appreciation and knowledge of artistic techniques and technologies in dance, drama, music, visual arts and multi-arts productions. It develops students’ sense of personal and cultural identity and equips them for life-long involvement in the appreciation of the arts.
This learning area develops students’ understanding of how individuals and groups live together and interact with their environment. Students develop a respect for cultural heritage and a commitment to social justice, the democratic process and ecological sustainability.
In Science, students learn to investigate, understand and describe the physical, biological and technological world and value the systems and processes that support life on our planet. Science helps students to become critical thinkers who use evidence to construct conclusions.
Students learn to apply knowledge, skills and resources in the development of practical solutions to problems. Through this process they learn to be innovative, adaptable and reflective as they select and use appropriate materials, information and systems to achieve a worthwhile result.
Health and Physical Education provides students with an understanding of health issues and the skills needed for confident participation in sport and recreational activities. It enables students to make responsible decisions about health and physical activity and to promote their own and others’ health and well-being.
In Languages Other Than English (LOTE), students learn to communicate effectively in the Indonesian language and further develop their skills and understanding of English. They gain an understanding of other societies, the ability to interact with people and cultures other than their own and practical skills which they can use in future social, cultural and vocational areas.