1.Morality and Ethics
Teach the children how to practice Guidelines for Being a Good Person (Di Zi Gui) and Common Propriety (Chang Li Ju Yao) in their daily life, to help the students practice the virtues of filial respect to parents and teachers, love siblings and the relationship with others. Interpret the Stories of Morality and Ethics and follow sages and saints as their role models.
Our teaching material is Fundamental Learning for Becoming a Sage. It teaches one to be a virtuous person.
To recognise Traditional Chinese characters by listening, speaking, reading, and writing. In addition, Chinese Pinyin, phonetic, etc. are taught
Teach students to practice the proper etiquette of interacting with people. Through practicing the traditional way of paying respects through bowing, their respect will be internalised and their concentration will improve.
5.Traditional Chinese Music
Chanting the classics to the accompaniment of traditional Chinese instruments can inspire a child’s aspirations, free them of excessive energy and help them to express their emotions. Such music can help to improve a child’s temperament, to guide one to become proper and to transform one’s character from aggression into peacefulness.
Learning age-appropriate work can improve students’ life skills, as well as develop a good character, which will enable the children to respect and care for their parents, teachers and elders.
Our curriculum is based on the Australian National Curriculum, designed by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), and the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) Syllabus materials.
Our curriculum is based on eight learning areas:
English、Mathematics、Science、Humanities and Social Sciences、Technologies、Health and Physical Education (HPE)、The Arts、Languages Other Than English