At Plenty Campus our students and staff grow together in a unique setting of small class sizes and community spirit, nestled in picturesque native gardens, with access to innovative learning facilities and exceptional teachers.
Plenty Campus enjoys a vibrant community spirit with small class sizes where students from Foundation through to Year 12 interact and support each other. Our students are taught in a respectful learning environment that nourishes individual strengths, builds confidence, self-esteem and character underpinned by the principles of positive education.
Our co-educational program has a combination of rigorous academic endeavour and co-curricular challenges that encourage students to become life-long learners. Beginning in the primary years, students are given a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy which is invaluable for their further education and life. Primary students enjoy a wide range of specialist subjects including Science, French, Chinese (from grade 5), Art, Physical Education, Music, Instrumental Programs and Library, all with their own specialist teachers and facilities.
Set in stunning surrounds, the Campus has state-of-the-art facilities including a new Science and Senior Years Centre, a Creative Arts Centre, Food Technology Centre, Primary and Secondary Libraries, Drama and Dance Studio, Gymnasium, Equestrian Centre and excellent sporting facilities. We provide the best possible facilities and advanced information technology to enhance our students' learning and experiences. Click here to learn more about facilities.
Moreover, students are involved in service, both local and global with fundraising for projects in Cambodia and for local communities.
Curriculum at Plenty Campus
Individual talents and achievements of students from Foundation to Year 12 are celebrated at Plenty Campus.
In the Primary Years, our program has a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy with specialist subject areas enhancing the curriculum. Individual student programs are available to cater for students who require support or enrichment.
The Secondary curriculum provides students with every opportunity to grow through a diverse and exciting range of opportunities, with small class sizes ensuring all students are known personally and encouraged to achieve their best.