At St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Corowa we believe that learning is a lifelong process that is dynamic, developmental and ongoing.
We value that learning involves taking risks.
Each learner requires support and encouragement as values, problem solving and thinking skills develop and refine through spiritual, social, emotional, academic and environmental experiences and opportunities to learn.
Our learning community recognises and values the essential role of parents in the education of their children.
The teaching curriculum of St Mary's, Corowa follows the guidelines of NESA and Catholic Education Diocese of Wagga Wagga.
All children receive their education from a Catholic perspective and in accord with the requirements of NESA.
Students are involved in learning experiences that take in:
- Creative Arts
- Physical Development, Health and Physical Education
Students at St Mary's have weekly specialist run programs for:
- Physical Education
We actively seek the best pedagogical methods in delivering the curriculum to our students and our school improvement plan is based on authentic research and meeting the needs of each individual student.
Children’s strengths are built upon, and they are encouraged to value learning and be responsible and independent learners.