Our Specialist Subjects
At St Patrick's we recognise that education is far more diverse than the traditional English and maths. To that end we provide our students with a range of specialist subjects to complete the curriculum.
Health and Physical Education
Health Education focuses on students enhancing their own and others’ health, safety and wellbeing by assisting them to be resilient and to make decisions and take actions that promote these areas. An integral part to the Physical Education program is the acquisition of movement skills, concepts and strategies to enable students to confidently, competently and creatively participate in a range of physical activities. Each class attends a HPE class for one hour a week. For more information about HPE, click here.
Students in Prep – Year 6 will be involved in weekly French lessons. The students learn functional language through speaking, communicating, reading and writing.
Each class attends a French lesson for one hour a week. For more information about French, click here.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
At St Patrick’s Primary School, Kilmore, I.C.T is integrated into each area of the curriculum. Our I.C.T Leader will be working in collaboration with teachers and students in the classrooms to support the use of contemporary technology to demonstrate students understandings in all curriculum areas. Students will explore how to use technology efficiently as a responsible citizen, and learn how to keep themselves and their information safe online. For more information click, click here.
Visual Art is an integral part of school life at St.Pats. Our students get "messy" and learn techniques that develop their creativity and curiosity. Each class attends a visual art class for one hour a week. For more information about visual arts, click here.
Performing Arts at St Patrick's supports students in the creative endeavors of Music, Dance and Drama. Primarily focused on Drama, while integrating music and dance, students take part in plays and improvisations, learning to trust and collaborate with one another. Performing arts is taught on a semester basis and the assigned classes attend for one hour per week. For more information about Performing Arts, click here.