The Redeemer Difference
Situated on 20 hectares of picturesque Barossa bushland, our school offers a unique nature play experience designed to not only improve student wellbeing and resilience, but also our children’s collaboration and creation skills. Our state of the art facilities provide a flexible and 21st Century learning environment, giving our students the ideal environment to grow, learn and flourish.
Redeemer is known as a caring and family oriented, Christian school with a strong focus on developing community and connectedness. At Redeemer, your child and your family will be warmly welcomed and supported to provide the best schooling experience possible.
“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” Albert Einstein
Redeemer proudly offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) from Early Learning to Year 6. The PYP is an international framework, a philosophy and a way of teaching developed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO). This quote from Nobel Prize winner, Albert Einstein, supports the practice of inquiry learning and critical and creative thinking as the foundation for teaching at an IB PYP School. Redeemer is committed to academic engagement and achievement and our children have the privilege of learning in an environment built on best practice and recognised through IB World School Accreditation.
Our talented teaching staff endeavour to provide an individualised learning approach for each child in their care. Through regular, globally-recognised professional development and the support of our school’s director of teaching and learning, our teachers are best placed to provide your child with a strong foundation for successful learning.
Our Village learning is enhanced by specialist teaching in the areas of Physical Education; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Inclusive Education; Digital Technology; Japanese; Visual Arts and Performing Arts. All our specialist programs have been carefully designed to ensure that we develop the whole child and cater for 21st Century learners.
Our community is at the heart of our school
See what our students, families, teachers, friends and community have been doing recently.
Have you seen our bee-autiful creation for the Barossa Vintage Festival Scarecrow Competition? Our ELC has been a hive of activity as the children (and their families) have been buzzy-ily building the bee and
Last week the Discoverers went on an excursion to the Botanic Gardens and spent some time in the Little Spouts Kitchen Garden. We also walked through the gardens exploring the uses of different plants from
Harmony Day 2023
Harmony Day is an important day that celebrates our diversity and reminds us of the importance of understanding, respect and inclusion. Today we had different activities celebrating Harmony Day in each of our Villages with
One of the Connectors students favourite times of the week is on a Friday afternoon, when the children have Inquiry Play. Inquiry Play is a variety of open-ended learning experiences designed to extend on the
As part of their service learning and Year 6 leadership unit, our students have been volunteering and assisting in different ways around the school. Last week some students made their way over to the ELC
Open Waters Expo
Today our Creators (Years 3&4) held their first Open Waters Expo. The students have spent the term independently researching a topic connecting to the theme 'knowledge of the land influences the way we live'. Here