The Riverina Anglican College Junior School offers a dynamic, vibrant, engaging and rigorous curriculum through the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) and develops lifelong learners who aspire to grow in line with the IB Learner Profile.
Our students develop as individuals with a high regard for their world and its people, aspiring to be active participants in creating a better one. The College delivers curriculum and cocurricular programs of excellence that provide continuity and support for seamless transitions throughout all stages of learning.
Our evolving and spacious Junior School precinct has been architecturally designed to maximise space, both inside and outside.
The College became an International Baccalaureate World School in 2019 - the first school in regional NSW to offer the IB Diploma. As the college becomes a Candidate School for the IBPYP, the Junior School will provide all learners with opportunities to excel, through engagement with a relevant, authentic and challenging curriculum. The programme develops learners who are ‘inquirers, thinkers, communicators, risk-takers, knowledgeable, principled, caring, open-minded, well-balanced and reflective’.
All air-conditioned learning spaces feature access to a wide range of modern technologies. Learning is enriched with specialist Spanish language, PDHPE, Visual Arts and Music lessons, and myriad options for exploring the potential in cocurricular programs and sports.
Our students are encouraged and nurtured throughout their Junior School experience to embody the ideal of becoming life-long learners and transitioning successfully to secondary school.