Learning and Teaching

​​At St. Anthony’s School, as a member of the Catholic Christian community, our goal is to strive to educate all students to live the gospel of Jesus Christ as successful, creative and confident, active and informed learners, empowered to shape and enrich our world.

We believe in creating an environment where we cater for the unique developmental needs, interests, and learning preferences of individual children.

Children learn best when they:
  • Make connections between their diverse prior experiences and learning in the school setting
  • Participate in making decisions
  • Make choices and contribute to learning experiences
  • Share their opinions and diverse experiences
  • Discuss their learning
  • Learn in a responsive and supportive social environment
  • Learn through multi-sensory experiences
  • Participate actively in experiences that engage them emotionally, physically, cognitively and socially
Our learning environment provides opportunities for children to engage in purposeful and real life learning. It fosters the capacity within each student to engage in the curriculum so that they can achieve their potential and play an active role in society.