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St Thomas' Catholic Primary School - Willoughby NSW
2 Horsley Avenue
Willoughby
New South Wales
2068
St Thomas’ School aims to provide a quality Catholic education where all pupils are challenged to reach their full potential within a caring, secure environment so that they will go forward in faith to become caring and contributing members of society.
Sydney North
(02) 9958 7308
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Welcome to St Thomas' Willoughby.

The whole community is very proud of the School and look forward to sharing some of its many benefits for your family through the information contained in this site.

St Thomas' is an exciting place to be and the purpose of this website is to share some of this excitement with you. It will provide you with some specific information about the educational programs and daily routines. More importantly it will serve to welcome you into this community.

 

 

Positive Behaviour for Learning

In order to develop in students a proper respect for the rights of others, a high standard of conduct is expected and maintained at St Thomas'.

The School aims to create a happy learning environment through a consistent approach to discipline. Every effort is made to ensure that the rights and responsibilities of individuals are maintained. Every year the School Rules are reviewed by students and staff so that all children are familiar with them. Class rules are based on these.

The PBL program adopts an approach to managing behaviours with proactive discipline within a social/cultural context. At St Thomas' it is believed that teaching students what is expected of them and rewarding students for meeting those expectations is a much more positive approach for dealing productively with student behaviour issues. The purpose of a school-wide PBL approach which involves students, school staff and the parent community is to establish a collective positive learning culture. PBL encourages positive behaviour from students, which has been shown to improve their self-concept and motivation to learn.

 

Buddy Program

Each year the School implements a ‘Buddy’ program for Kindergarten with students from Years 5 and 6 providing support to the kindergarten teachers in the first few months of the new school year.

This program provides an opportunity for the Kindergarten student and Year 5 and 6 students to develop a relationship with each other, which is ongoing and important to both groups, throughout the year. It is a very successful program.

 

 

 

Situated on the lower North Shore of Sydney in the parish of the Lower North Shore. The Parish of the Lower North Shore comprises of 3 communities - Naremburn, Northbridge and Willoughby. Students for St. Thomas' are drawn from the suburbs of Willoughby, Artarmon, Northbridge, Chatswood, Roseville, Naremburn, Middle Cove and Castlecrag.

St Thomas’ School community consists of a professional and dedicated leadership team and teaching staff, a parent body that is supportive and a parish community that is involved and active particularly in the religious life of the staff and students.

 

St Thomas has undergone a major upgrade over the last few years. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards, iPads and laptop computers. Our playground is a mecca for children with extensive playground and sports equipment and abundant shade provided by 5 magnificent Morton Bay Fig trees and two large shade structures. The School's media centre, based in the new School Library, has every facility to assist learning.
The K - 6 program offered at St Thomas' covers the mandatory Key Learning Areas (KLAs) for the primary schools in NSW and there is a special place in the daily life and study of the school for Religious Education.
The curriculum is organised into seven KLAs:
- Religious Education
- English
- Mathematics
- Science and Technology
- Human Society and its Environment (HSIE)
- Creative Arts
- Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

St Thomas School employs an Integrated Curriculum. This is an enquiry-based approach to student learning where outcomes are addressed for a number of Key Learning Areas in one unit of work. Key Learning Area's include Science and Technology, Human Society and its Environment, Literacy, Mathematics, Personal Development and Creative Arts. Each term the School holds an open classrooms morning so that parents can 'walk in the walls' of their child's learning journey.

Specialist Teachers (Physical Education, Music and Library) work with classes and groups of children to enrich the program offered by the School. St Thomas School has an extensive band and choir program. Small group vocal and instrumental groups have been formed during Term 1 2015 to increase the performance opportunities for all musicians.
Programs are in place to cater for the children with special needs. A teacher's aide implements individual and small group programs which are established by the Special Needs teacher.

 Creative Arts

 

Teaching and learning in Creative Arts at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Syllabus. Learning in this Key Learning Area is supported by at least one 90 minute session per week for students in Years K-6 to develop their skills in:

Dance

Drama

Music

Visual Arts

English

At St Thomas the teaching of English is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 English Syllabus. An effective whole school approach to literacy at St Thomas Catholic Primary School includes:

School and Classroom Organisation

Differentiation of programs and learning experiences through open and parallel tasks, student
groupings and effective use of literature.

Dedication of an uninterrupted literacy block including modelled, guided and independent sessions for both reading & viewing and writing & representing.

Use a range of appropriate resources including ICLT.

Assessment and Monitoring

Diagnostic assessment, including Running Records and writing samples (imaginative, informative and persuasive texts), to create a whole school picture, develop school based targets and to inform teaching programs.

Effective feedback and reporting to parents and students that is explicit, clear and supported by evidence.

Ongoing school-based assessment based on multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know and can do within a range of contexts.

Intervention

Identification process informed by an understanding of children’s linguistic development and achievement standards.

Intervention programs facilitated by specialist staff in response to identified student needs.

Support for classroom teachers from the English Coordinator and Special Needs Teacher in differentiating classroom programs to optimise student learning.

Our annual public speaking competition in which every child Kindergarten to Year 6 participates is held in Term 3.

St Thomas debates for Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, North Sydney with a Year 5 & Year 6 team.

HSIE

Teaching and learning in the area of Human Society and its Environment Curriculum at St Thomas is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 HSIE Syllabus. In this key learning area students learn knowledge, understandings, skills and values about people and their physical environments.

In this area St Thomas employs an inquiry approach as such an approach reflects the belief that ‘active involvement on the part of the students in constructing their knowledge is essential to effective teaching and learning’ (Kath Murdoch 2010).

In Stage 3 the students are exposed to a wide range of technology based Challenge Based Learning units. Each term the students will build their knowledge, skills, understandings and values about selected content and respond to it by creating a project which will be presented to the community at the end of the term.

The Term 1 project is usually a 5 minute film planned, scripted, shot and edited by small groups of students to present that group's knowledge and understandings developed through extensive research over the course of the term. The highlight of the term is a film premiere night.

Over the two years in Stage 3 students learn to produce movies, radio shows, webpages, podcasts and learning expos.

ICLT

The staff at St Thomas Catholic School is committed to the delivery of quality educational programs. As part of this commitment we envisage that students will view technology as an integral tool for learning.

Access to Information, Communication and Learning Technologies is made possible through the provision of networked classroom computers and primary laptop collections. In addition to utilising network capable technologies in their learning, students are challenged to create their own multimedia projects and songs.

All staff and students have access to educational materials that have been aggregated and stored within the diocesan on-line Learning Management System.

Mathematics

At St Thomas the teaching of Mathematics is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Mathematics Syllabus. An effective whole school approach to numeracy at St Thomas Catholic Primary School includes…

School and Classroom Organisation

Differentiation of programs and learning experiences through open and parallel tasks, student groupings and effective use of concrete materials.

Dedication of an uninterrupted numeracy block including a warm-up, lesson core and a plenary.

Use a range of appropriate resources including ICLT.

Assessment and Monitoring

Diagnostic assessment, including the Mathematics Assessment Interview, to create a whole school picture, develop school based targets and to inform teaching programs.

Effective feedback and reporting to parents and students that is explicit, clear and supported by evidence.

Ongoing school-based assessment based on multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know and can do within a range of contexts.

Intervention

Identification process informed by an understanding of the growth points in numeracy and achievement standards.

Intervention programs facilitated by EMU specialists in response to identified student needs.

Support for classroom teachers from the Numeracy Coordinator and EMU Leaders in differentiating classroom programs to optimise student growth.

St Thomas participates in the Mathematics Olympiad each year with children drawn from Years 4 to Year 6.

Music

Religious music plays an important role in choral singing at school. The students prepare for Mass using a variety of contemporary hymns and songs.The Music program at St Thomas School is committed to ensuring that all students are provided with the opportunity to access music consistent with their needs and talents. The program is designed to promote music appreciation through engagement in a wide variety of musical experiences and styles, as well as the development of basic music reading and performance skills for all students.

All the students are prepared for an end-of-year school concert or musical which provides them all with an opportunity to perform in front of a broad community audience and to showcase their talents in the performing arts of Drama, Dance and Music.

Students can elect to participate in the band program from the beginning of Year Three. Many of our students take advantage of this extra curricula music opportunity, receiving instrument tuition and progression through the Junior and Senior Band as their skills develop. Many students also participate in the Junior and Senior Choir program and the recorder group, both of which are available to students from the beginning of Year Two.

PDHPE

Teaching and learning of PDHPE at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Personal Development, Health and Physcial Education Syllabus. At St Thomas School we ensure that a well-balanced program is provided for the children. Each class participates in Physical Education lessons covering a range of curriculum topics and Sport lessons focusing on skills, games and activities organised by the class teacher. A Physical Education teacher provides specialist tuition. This key learning area is an important part of the teaching curriculum at St Thomas because it is concerned with the development of the student as a whole person. The teaching content aims to encourage an understanding and valuing of self and others, promotion of a healthy lifestyle, and an emphasis on informed decision making leading to effective and responsible actions.

The Personal Development and Health component of this Key Learning Area are implemented by teaching staff using a program developed by personnel from the Catholic Schools Office. The program is developmental in nature and reflects Catholic Church teachings in this area. The teaching of the physical education component is complemented by lessons taught by outside specialists. PDHPE involves students in Years K-6 developing their skills in:

Acquiring knowledge and understanding

Applying Catholic beliefs to decision making

Their ability to make informed decisions about health and lifestyle

Social responsibility

Personal fitness

Fundamental movement skills

The School's 'PDHPE Policy' documents our beliefs, strategies and processes for effective teaching and learning in this Key Learning Area.

Religious Education

Our Mission reflects our Josephite connections, and provides the lens through which we look at the overall education of our students, which is that:

St Thomas Catholic School, exists to educate and form students in Catholic discipleship be creating a place where students grow in their relationship with God; strive for excellence in the development of the whole person in the context of contemporary life; and reach out through service to others.

This provides the lens through which all teachers, staff, students and the community come together to engage in creative and inspiring learning. Religious Education in particular is taught over several days accumulating to 2.5 hours per week. It is programmed using backward planning and inquiry learning models to ensure outcomes are achieved in a student centred way. Prayer is an integral part of the focus and is developed sequentially from Kindergarten to Year 6. Whole School Masses and liturgies are held to cover a range of feast days and Holy Days of Obligation. St Thomas Feast Day and St Mary MacKillop Feast Days have special meaning for us. We support the students in class to coincide with their parish based Sacramental Programs, and have Reconciliation for those students in Year 3-6 every semester.

Our teachers are encouraged to undertake higher levels of learning in Religious Education. All our teachers either have or are working towards completeing a Graduate Certificate in Religious Education, with several staff also having completed or are working towards a Master Degree in Religious Education and Theology. This aids greatly in teaching at a more comprehensive level.

Science and Technology

Teaching and learning of Science and Technology at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies Science and technology Syllabus. This syllabus is organised into three strands:

Investigation

Designing and Making Technology

Using Technology

At St Thomas School, students learn to investigate, understand and communicate about the physical, biological and technological world and value the processes that support life on our planet. Science helps students to become critical thinkers by encouraging them to use evidence to evaluate the use of science in society and the application of science in daily life. The staff have embraced the new BOSTES Science and Technology K-6 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum.

 

 

Creative Arts

Teaching and learning in Creative Arts at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Syllabus. Learning in this Key Learning Area is supported by at least one 90 minute session per week for students in Years K-6 to develop their skills in:

Dance

Drama

Music

Visual Arts

English

At St Thomas the teaching of English is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 English Syllabus. An effective whole school approach to literacy at St Thomas Catholic Primary School includes:

School and Classroom Organisation

Differentiation of programs and learning experiences through open and parallel tasks, student
groupings and effective use of literature.

Dedication of an uninterrupted literacy block including modelled, guided and independent sessions for both reading & viewing and writing & representing.

Use a range of appropriate resources including ICLT.

Assessment and Monitoring

Diagnostic assessment, including Running Records and writing samples (imaginative, informative and persuasive texts), to create a whole school picture, develop school based targets and to inform teaching programs.

Effective feedback and reporting to parents and students that is explicit, clear and supported by evidence.

Ongoing school-based assessment based on multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know and can do within a range of contexts.

Intervention

Identification process informed by an understanding of children’s linguistic development and achievement standards.

Intervention programs facilitated by specialist staff in response to identified student needs.

Support for classroom teachers from the English Coordinator and Special Needs Teacher in differentiating classroom programs to optimise student learning.

Our annual public speaking competition in which every child Kindergarten to Year 6 participates is held in Term 3.

St Thomas debates for Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, North Sydney with a Year 5 & Year 6 team.

HSIE

Teaching and learning in the area of Human Society and its Environment Curriculum at St Thomas is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 HSIE Syllabus. In this key learning area students learn knowledge, understandings, skills and values about people and their physical environments.

In this area St Thomas employs an inquiry approach as such an approach reflects the belief that ‘active involvement on the part of the students in constructing their knowledge is essential to effective teaching and learning’ (Kath Murdoch 2010).

In Stage 3 the students are exposed to a wide range of technology based Challenge Based Learning units. Each term the students will build their knowledge, skills, understandings and values about selected content and respond to it by creating a project which will be presented to the community at the end of the term.

The Term 1 project is usually a 5 minute film planned, scripted, shot and edited by small groups of students to present that group's knowledge and understandings developed through extensive research over the course of the term. The highlight of the term is a film premiere night.

Over the two years in Stage 3 students learn to produce movies, radio shows, webpages, podcasts and learning expos.

ICLT

The staff at St Thomas Catholic School is committed to the delivery of quality educational programs. As part of this commitment we envisage that students will view technology as an integral tool for learning.

Access to Information, Communication and Learning Technologies is made possible through the provision of networked classroom computers and primary laptop collections. In addition to utilising network capable technologies in their learning, students are challenged to create their own multimedia projects and songs.

All staff and students have access to educational materials that have been aggregated and stored within the diocesan on-line Learning Management System.

Mathematics

At St Thomas the teaching of Mathematics is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Mathematics Syllabus. An effective whole school approach to numeracy at St Thomas Catholic Primary School includes…

School and Classroom Organisation

Differentiation of programs and learning experiences through open and parallel tasks, student groupings and effective use of concrete materials.

Dedication of an uninterrupted numeracy block including a warm-up, lesson core and a plenary.

Use a range of appropriate resources including ICLT.

Assessment and Monitoring

Diagnostic assessment, including the Mathematics Assessment Interview, to create a whole school picture, develop school based targets and to inform teaching programs.

Effective feedback and reporting to parents and students that is explicit, clear and supported by evidence.

Ongoing school-based assessment based on multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know and can do within a range of contexts.

Intervention

Identification process informed by an understanding of the growth points in numeracy and achievement standards.

Intervention programs facilitated by EMU specialists in response to identified student needs.

Support for classroom teachers from the Numeracy Coordinator and EMU Leaders in differentiating classroom programs to optimise student growth.

St Thomas participates in the Mathematics Olympiad each year with children drawn from Years 4 to Year 6.

Music

Religious music plays an important role in choral singing at school. The students prepare for Mass using a variety of contemporary hymns and songs.The Music program at St Thomas School is committed to ensuring that all students are provided with the opportunity to access music consistent with their needs and talents. The program is designed to promote music appreciation through engagement in a wide variety of musical experiences and styles, as well as the development of basic music reading and performance skills for all students.

All the students are prepared for an end-of-year school concert or musical which provides them all with an opportunity to perform in front of a broad community audience and to showcase their talents in the performing arts of Drama, Dance and Music.

Students can elect to participate in the band program from the beginning of Year Three. Many of our students take advantage of this extra curricula music opportunity, receiving instrument tuition and progression through the Junior and Senior Band as their skills develop. Many students also participate in the Junior and Senior Choir program and the recorder group, both of which are available to students from the beginning of Year Two.

PDHPE

Teaching and learning of PDHPE at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies K-6 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Syllabus. At St Thomas School we ensure that a well-balanced program is provided for the children. Each class participates in Physical Education lessons covering a range of curriculum topics and Sport lessons focusing on skills, games and activities organised by the class teacher. A Physical Education teacher provides specialist tuition. This key learning area is an important part of the teaching curriculum at St Thomas because it is concerned with the development of the student as a whole person. The teaching content aims to encourage an understanding and valuing of self and others, promotion of a healthy lifestyle, and an emphasis on informed decision making leading to effective and responsible actions.

The Personal Development and Health component of this Key Learning Area are implemented by teaching staff using a program developed by personnel from the Catholic Schools Office. The program is developmental in nature and reflects Catholic Church teachings in this area. The teaching of the physical education component is complemented by lessons taught by outside specialists. PDHPE involves students in Years K-6 developing their skills in:

Acquiring knowledge and understanding

Applying Catholic beliefs to decision making

Their ability to make informed decisions about health and lifestyle

Social responsibility

Personal fitness

Fundamental movement skills

The School's 'PDHPE Policy' documents our beliefs, strategies and processes for effective teaching and learning in this Key Learning Area.

Religious Education

Our Mission reflects our Josephite connections, and provides the lens through which we look at the overall education of our students, which is that:

St Thomas Catholic School, exists to educate and form students in Catholic discipleship be creating a place where students grow in their relationship with God; strive for excellence in the development of the whole person in the context of contemporary life; and reach out through service to others.

This provides the lens through which all teachers, staff, students and the community come together to engage in creative and inspiring learning. Religious Education in particular is taught over several days accumulating to 2.5 hours per week. It is programmed using backward planning and inquiry learning models to ensure outcomes are achieved in a student centred way. Prayer is an integral part of the focus and is developed sequentially from Kindergarten to Year 6. Whole School Masses and liturgies are held to cover a range of feast days and Holy Days of Obligation. St Thomas Feast Day and St Mary MacKillop Feast Days have special meaning for us. We support the students in class to coincide with their parish based Sacramental Programs, and have Reconciliation for those students in Year 3-6 every semester.

Our teachers are encouraged to undertake higher levels of learning in Religious Education. All our teachers either have or are working towards completeing a Graduate Certificate in Religious Education, with several staff also having completed or are working towards a Master Degree in Religious Education and Theology. This aids greatly in teaching at a more comprehensive level.

Science and Technology

Teaching and learning of Science and Technology at St Thomas School is based on the NSW Board of Studies Science and Technology Syllabus. This syllabus is organised into three strands:

Investigation

Designing and Making Technology

Using Technology

At St Thomas School, students learn to investigate, understand and communicate about the physical, biological and technological world and value the processes that support life on our planet. Science helps students to become critical thinkers by encouraging them to use evidence to evaluate the use of science in society and the application of science in daily life. The staff have embraced the new BOSTES Science and Technology K-6 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum.

 
 School Community
St Thomas proudly boasts a close and warm community of students and their parents, nutured by professional, consistent and positive teaching staff.
Parents are encouraged to become invovled in many aspects of school life ensuring strong communication and commitment to the school.
 

The unique culture of St Thomas' community contributes to the building of a distinctively Catholic community and development of a shared responsibility for the development, enrichment and evangelisation of the whole community. The pastoral needs and the faith formation of all members of the community are priorities.

In partnership with parents, St Thomas’ School aims to provide a quality Catholic education where all pupils are challenged to reach their full potential within a caring, secure environment so that they will go forward in faith to become caring and contributing members of society.
St Thomas Catholic School, Willoughby, exists to educate and form students in Catholic discipleship by creating a place where students: grow in their relationship with God; strive for excellence in the development of the whole person in the context of contemporary life; and reach out through service to others. The school prayer is recited each week at the Monday morning assembly, fortnightly assemblies and during class prayers. The National Anthem is also sung at all school assemblies.

 

Schools Debating Network Champions 2015

 

Schools Debating Network Champions 2015! This debating season for the Primary B’s has been such a success and all members have improved dramatically since their first debate. Last Friday, the Primary B debating team pulled out another win, one which was the most important of them all! 

These amazing debaters were driven to Abbotsleigh first thing on Friday morning for the makeup debate Semi Final round. The girls were nervous and excited while managing to put forward a fantastic case and they were able to successfully win that debate. They came out strongly and ended stronger as they stated that “Cooking classes should NOT be introduced into the primary school curriculum.” 

After a busy day of training, they were off to Riverview to debate against Roseville College in the Grand Final. Although they had lost to them before, they stayed confident and true to themselves and didn’t let that previous loss stop them from debating their best. They started with power and there manner, matter and method was set up to a high standard. The topic was that “primary school students should spend an hour a week studying global current affairs". They were affirmative and brought forward great arguments to the table. 

Lulu the first speaker came out with a bang and talked about how this proposal would benefit children and how they need to know what is happening in the world around them and they have a right to understand these issues without biases. Francesca the second speaker strongly spoke about how it will help them understand political engagement in the future and how they can understand issues of the youth otherwise neglected by the government. And we can’t forget about the third speaker Phoenix who concluded the case to perfection and identified the clashes correctly in the right manner. But this achievement couldn’t have been achieved without the team advisor Isobel who bought forward amazing and strong rebuts as well as being very helpful in the prep room. 

Because of their great teamwork and amazing talent covering all areas in the team, the Primary B won it again, came out on top and finished on a high note. 

We would also like to acknowledge the fantastic coach, Ali, who helped immensely and made them who they are today. Also Mrs McKeown for being devoted to the team and without her support they wouldn’t of came this far. 

Once again, congratulations to the Primary B debaters (Phoenix, Lulu, Isobel, Francesca) for taking your time out of every Friday and ultimately winning the whole division. 

Great Job Girls.

 

 

The Annual School Report is an accountability requirement of the State and federal Governments. All schools are required to publish this document for the preceding year.

Within the report, schoolas are able to detail the very rich experience of the preceding educational and community year of the school. It is with much pleasure that we provide the Annual School Report for the last year.

2014 Annual School Report

 

 

St Thomas, Willoughby is proud to be a Catholic School. It is part of a system of Catholic schools in the Diocese of Broken Bay under the leadership of the Most Reverend Bishop Peter Comensoli (DD, STL, MLitt, PhD).

PrincipalFaith at St Thomas is seen as central to living a happy life. Children are taught that God is with them everyday as a natural and vital part of their lives. The Broken Bay Religious Education Curriculum and the strong relationship with the Parish of Willoughby provide wonderful support to the children and their parents in building these understandings in a way that is relevant to this modern world.

At St Thomas staff strive to ensure that learning is child-centred and inclusive of the parents and community. There’s plenty to keep the children interested and challenged and the dedicated teachers and staff are there to provide positive support and guidance all the way. The information on these pages will show you what is on offer and how this is achieved.

St Thomas is well regarded in the local community for providing an excellent, well balanced education to its students and for its sense of community and pastoral care. Whether you are looking through our site for the first time or are a regular visitor to our web pages, we welcome your interest.

Mrs Jennifer McKeown
Principal

 

 

 

St. Thomas' enjoys a positive profile in the local community with a high demand for places.

Our school follows the Enrolment Policy for Diocesan Systemic Schools of the Broken Bay Diocese that states that priority in enrolment will be given to:

  • - Those children and families who are known and involved members of a local Catholic community;
  • - The children of Catholic families that have expressed a commitment to support the life of the Catholic school in the parish;
  • - The children of other Christian families that have expressed a commitment to support the life of the school; and
  • - The children of non-Christian families that have expressed a commitment to support the life of the school.

Families who are interested in enrolment for Years 1-6 at St Thomas’ School, Willoughby, should contact the school office for an application package, fill in the application form and return it to the School. The office will then contact the family to make a time for an interview to discuss the application.

Kindergarten Enrolments

Please phone the School office for enrolment enquiries (02) 9958 7308 or emailstw@dbb.catholic.edu.au

 

 

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