The language program has three strands:
Language and Social Interaction: the ability to use language in socially appropriate way to communicate with others.
- Language and Literacy Skills: the ability to use language to understand and produce a variety of lanuage forms such as stories, description and reports in both oral and written forms.
- Language and Learning Skills: The ability to use language as a tool for manipulating ideas and concepts in order to plan, reflect and problem solve.
Our students are involved in all the leaning areas covered by regular schools except Languages other than English (LOTE).