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ST John’s Lutheran School, established in 1962, is centrally located to the Geelong CBD and delivers a dynamic, engaging and holistic curriculum catering for the developing needs of learners from Kindergarten to Year 6.
The school acknowledges the individuality of children, their differing learning styles and their multiple intelligences and skills. The curriculum is structured to cater for the whole child. A leadership program in the senior years has seen students grow in confidence and assurance.
The staff are committed to providing engaging hands-on and inquiry-based learning programs where students are given the opportunity to study their changing world and explore sustainable living within an urban community. The dedicated staff nurtures each student to develop their talents and interests so that they may reach their full potential, spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially and physically, as valued and contributing citizens of the world.
St John’s is an innovative school with dedicated teachers who implement and evaluate new curriculum and programs. They also provide specialist teachers for IT, PE, music, art and library classes in purpose-built and equipped classrooms.
Students are introduced to an innovative literacy program at Prep which sees them learning sounds, words and letters from their first week at school. The program continues as the child progresses through each year level.
There are a number of opportunities for children to be involved in activities beyond the classroom. Children can participate in school choir, talent quest, netball and basketball, chess lessons and competitions, Tournament of Minds and interschool
competitions in softball, football, athletics, cross-country, swimming and debating.
Onsite music tutors are available for students who wish to arrange for private tuition in piano, guitar, violin or voice.

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