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Glenmore Road Public School

Glenmore Road Public School

Vitai Lampada, The Torch of Life

Telephone02 9360 4880

Learning at our school

Find out more about what your child will learn at our school.

The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) is responsible for the curriculum, Kindergarten to Year 12, for all NSW schools.

For the primary years, NESA develops syllabuses for all subjects in 6 key learning areas:

  • creative arts
  • English
  • human society and its environment (HSIE)
  • mathematics
  • personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE)
  • science and technology.

Some primary schools may also offer languages.

NSW schools also offer special religious education and special education in ethics via approved providers, where available.

Like all NSW schools, we have developed teaching and learning programs to suit our local context and the needs of our students.

To learn more about curriculum in NSW, visit:

Stages of learning

There are 6 stages of learning from Kindergarten to Year 12. Primary school covers Early Stage 1, or Kindergarten, to the end of Stage 3.

  • Stage 1 includes Kindergarten to Year 2 (Kindergarten is referred to as Early Stage 1).
  • Stage 2 includes Years 3 and 4.
  • Stage 3 includes Years 5 and 6.

Strong foundations in literacy and numeracy

Glenmore Road Public School has always had a strong commitment to literacy. Our experienced staff are always up to date on current teaching practices and we also strongly value and promote the role of parents in developing and improving children’s literacy. Literacy and numeracy skills of our students are developed across all KLAs, and progress is carefully monitored through regular assessments.

Technology that prepares every student for the future

Glenmore Road Public School has leading technology programs and facilities. Technology is a vital component of our curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 6. Students have access to laptops and iPads all with internet access. This is complemented with Interactive Whiteboard Technology in each classroom.  Teachers allow children to develop and explore the world of information technology through all key learning areas (KLAs).