Everyone has a world view. All people live their lives according to this view and through it answer questions such as: Is there a God? Is there a purpose in human history? How do we know for sure? What is my purpose in living?
A distinctly Christian view of the world is founded in God’s character and His action in the world He has made. This is incomparably expressed in Jesus, God’s son. The Bible tells us who God is and proclaim’s His creative and redemptive activity, explains who we are and communicates God’s calling to His people. A Christian view sees things as they are – distorted by sin – and is liberated by the belief that all people were created to live purposefully and faithfully in service to God. It recognises the diversity of God’s creation and rejoices that his diversity is united through Jesus. The Christian world view that underpins all of PCS Middle School curriculum and teaching follows this belief and formalises it through the Biblical motif of Creation – Fall – Redemption – Restoration.
For further information please refer to the NT Christian Schools – Statement of Faith.
The Australian Curriculum sets the expectations for what all Australian students should be taught regardless of where they live or their background. For Transition to Year 10, it means that students now have access to the same content and their achievement can be judged against consistent national standards. All PCS Middle School curriculum programs are designed around the Australian Curriculum and are fully compliant with the standards and expectations of The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).
For further information about the Australian National Curriculum please go to australiancurriculum.edu.au
Our teachers strive to develop students understanding, knowledge and skills in a wide variety of learning areas. The educational experience student’s gain in the Middle School will equip students for life beyond school. We are committed to enhancing students interests using the latest technology and educational material. The development of student learning goes beyond subject disciplines. We seek to extend their ability to utilise a variety of approaches in their thinking and expand each student’s communication, leadership skills and group work capacity.
Please refer to Page 6-12 of the MS Handbook for further curriculum information, MS Handbook 2017