Early Childhood Education is exciting at Georgiana Molloy Anglican School (GMAS).
Research shows the early years are critical in the development of children’s learning.
The purpose-built early learning centre is like no other in the region, making it the ideal place to learn and grow.
Specialised early childhood staff will work in partnership with you, (your children’s first and most influential educators) to develop learning programs that reflect children’s interests, ideas, strengths and abilities to ensure your children are learning to their full potential.
“When you enter the classroom at Georgiana Molloy Anglican School you are scientists, you are explorers, you are important, you are cared for, you are respected, you are a friend - you are the reason we are here,” is how the Head of Primary School, Mrs Kathryn Campbell, sums up the philosophy of GMAS.
“Students have already been successful in our wider community and it’s a direct result of staff that go above and beyond for our students,” Mrs Campbell added.
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The course of academic instruction at GMAS is designed specifically to facilitate curriculum engagement and communication in all subject areas, build upon critical thinking skills and suit the strengths of each individual student.
Principal, Mr Ted Kosicki, commented that “Georgiana Molloy Anglican School prided itself on enriching the fabric of our society by promoting values of faith, integrity, respect and educational excellence.”
“The opportunities we offer our students now will benefit them for life.”
“Whether they are artistic, musically talented, sports-oriented or academically gifted, we can offer them the right learning program to ensure they reach their full potential and go through life with the abilities and education necessary for excellence,” he said.
Early Childhood enrolments are now open for 2019 and 2020.
Go to www.gmas.wa.edu.au or call (08) 9752 5252.
When you enter the classroom at Georgiana Molloy Anglican School you are scientists, you are explorers, you are important, you are cared for, you are respected, you are a friend - you are the reason we are here.Kathryn Campbell