Middle Years at

Faith

Our Middle Years program provides events and activities specifically tailored for early adolescents. We recognise that the middle years of schooling are an important transitional stage in a young person’s life. This period is marked by rapid and considerable change both physically and mentally. Relationships and belonging become a core aspect of a student’s development. Middle Years students can be vulnerable, impressionable, and often disengaged as learners yet show a profound sense of justice, creativity, and a need to make
a lasting impact in the world.
Our Middle Years program provides events and activities specifically tailored for early adolescents. We recognise that the middle years of schooling are an important transitional stage in a young person’s life. This period is marked by rapid and considerable change both physically and mentally. Relationships and belonging become a core aspect of a student’s development. Middle Years students can be vulnerable, impressionable, and often disengaged as learners yet show a profound sense of justice, creativity, and a need to make
a lasting impact in the world.

At Faith, we are focussed on catering for the needs of our students through twin lenses of academic and pastoral care characterised by:

  • Flexible, holistic, authentic, and engaging learning experiences
  • Critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication
  • Empowering student voice and choice, and engaging personal interest
  • Meaningful interdisciplinary and inquiry-based learning
  • Promoting positive relationships and healthy self-identity
  • Opportunities to grow in confidence, independence, and resilience
  • Assessment, feedback and reporting that is relevant and iterative
  • Flexible, holistic, authentic, and engaging learning experiences
  • Critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication
  • Empowering student voice and choice, and engaging personal interest
  • Meaningful interdisciplinary and inquiry-based learning
  • Promoting positive relationships and healthy self-identity
  • Opportunities to grow in confidence, independence, and resilience
  • Assessment, feedback and reporting that is relevant and iterative

At Faith, we believe that education is concerned with the expansion of the intellect along with the development of the whole person socially, intellectually, spiritually, culturally, physically, and emotionally.

Our Middle Years program recognises that each learner is unique and gifted, and our staff encourage each child to explore and develop their God-given gifts and talents.