Teaching and Learning
21st Century Learning
At Aireys Inlet Primary School we provide rich and supportive environments to develop our students into 21st Century Learners. Many of the jobs that your children will have when they are adults are not even created yet so it is so important for them to develop these skills so that they can transfer this knowledge into every aspect of their lives.
These skills are developed through rich Literacy and Numeracy experiences and are at the core of our teaching and learning programs.
We use a variety of tools and strategies to provide our students with opportunities to develop these skills. These include using apps to demonstrate and prove their thinking, flexible learning spaces to promote a variety of learning experiences, and individualised teaching and learning to target the needs of all students.
The Victorian Curriculum sets out what every student should learn during their first eleven years of schooling. The curriculum is the common set of knowledge and skills required by students for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship.
Literacy is separated into three areas:
- Reading and Viewing
- Speaking and Listening
Students participate in shared, modelled, guided and independent reading activities in whole class, small group and individual settings. Groups are fluid and flexible to cater for different learning needs and goals.
The daily reading program centres around a reading CAFÉ, an acronym for:
Mathematics includes the areas of :
- Number and algebra
- Measurement and geometry
- Probability and statistics.
Aireys Inlet provides a number if specialist programs including:
- Visual Arts
- Performing Arts
- Health and PE
- Science and Technologies
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! Welcome to 2019 and another great year for our library. Library Day is Monday and in our library we can:
- Borrow two books
- Borrow a book for two weeks at a time
- Return books to library return tub (inside the library door on the bench) on Tuesday or any day you remember.
- Reborrow a book if you love it or need to finish it after two weeks.