LEARNING AT CJC

Curriculum

The Curriculum is delivered in two ways at Caulfield Junior College::

 

The Victorian Curriculum

Our school caters for our local community through the delivery of the Victorian Curriculum. We implement this in the following areas:

  • English

- Reading and Viewing, Writing, Speaking and Listening.

  • Mathematics 

- Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability.

  • Units of Inquiry

- Civics and Citizenship, Economics and Business, Geography, History, Science, Technology.

  • Specialist Classes

- Health and Physical Education, LOTE (French), Music, Visual Art.

 

The French Binational Program

Our school is accredited to teach the French Curriculum alongside the Victorian Curriculum. Students enrolled in the French Binational Program receive instructions from the two Curricula on alternating days. Please click here for more information.

Specialist Classes 

As an important part of their curriculum, the students at Caulfield Junior College will also attend weekly specialists programs delivered by highly qualified teachers. Our specialist subjects are:

 

  • Physical Education

  • Music

  • Art

  • French additional teacher (French Binational Program)

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Our school provides a variety of co-curricular activities that enhance the academic, social and emotional, musical and sporting opportunities for your child.

 

Please follow the links below to find out more about these activities:

 

Hebrew Immersion Program

Soccer Program

Basketball Program

Music Classes

Cooking Classes - EFM After School

Art Classes - EFM After School

Choir - Australian Girls Choir

Drama Classes - EFM After School

Chess Club - EFM After School

Web Radio - Enquire at School

French Cinema Club - Enquire at School

Prep Circus Classes - Enquire at School

Buddy Program - Enquire at School

School Yard Chickens - Enquire at School

 
STUDENT WELLBEING

The wellbeing of our students is paramount to us. Our students are supported in a variety of ways, both socially and emotionally under the leadership of our Student Wellbeing Coordinator, Shauna Sanderson.

 

These areas of support include:

  • Our Student Wellbeing Team, who collaborate to ensure the wellbeing of our students is always our primary focus. 

  • Our LADIT (Let’s All Do It Together) Program runs in all classes at the beginning of the year, with the purpose of building a sense of community within and between classes.

  • A Restorative Practices approach is used across the school to help students build empathy and understanding of and for each other. 

 

The school can also engage external experts to support your child if required, including having access to:

  • Psychological and Speech Therapy services via the DET.

  • Counselling through Oz Child Family Services.

 
STUDENT LEADERS

Our students are elected by their peers to fulfil leadership positions across the school. The key work of our student leaders is to enhance the environment in which their peers learn and play in. We are incredibly proud of the young leaders in our school and are committed to building their skills as leaders of the future. 

In 2019, our student leadership team is as follows:

 

School Captains

  • Daisy Merrifield

  • Aidan McBride

 

Vice School Captains

  • Elodie Bisson-Gaskell

  • Jasmine Pye

 

Environmental Leaders

  • Celia Steguweit

  • Shravani Khanzode

 

Multimedia Leaders

  • Joshua Pettier

  • Tate Montgomery

  • Barak Shemesh

  • Angus Waters

 

SRC leaders

  • Eugene Liang

  • Chloe Mennea

 

Flinders House

  • Julien Bauquin (Capt)

  • Laura Wong (VC)

Cook House

  • Camille Nicolas (Capt)

  • Titouan Desprets (VC)

 

Sturt House

  • Mira Ivanov-Kegly (Capt)

  • Daniela Tapia Leal (VC)

 

Hume House

  • Alice Francou (Capt)

  • Louise Eymin Petot Tourtollet (VC)

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