Beyond The Classroom

Beyond The Classroom2017-02-20T23:56:08+09:30

The learning opportunities for students at Redeemer go well beyond the constraints of times in class. Children can choose to participate in a variety of extra educational experiences during lunch times and after school in different areas of interest.

Our weekly Lunch Clubs include Choir, Japanese Club, SET Club, PE Club and Computer Club.

These groups give students the opportunity to continue exploring learning areas they have a passion for in informal and hands-on ways in their own time.

Our Games Room is open two lunchtimes each week and is run by our Wellbeing Coordinator. The Games Room provides students from Reception to Year 7 with an opportunity to develop their social skills through structured and supported play experiences.

For those students seeking an additional challenge, our weekly Chess Club is the perfect opportunity for them. Once a week, this club meets after school with a professional Chess Coach to help our students develop their understanding of this strategic game and their own problem-solving and analytical skills.

Cross Country & Walkathon

We ended Term 1 at Redeemer with our annual Cross Country and Walkathon.  This event is a highlight of our year and was a day filled with excitement, energy and lots of colour.  It started with every year level running the cross country

Japanese Yasuda visit

In Term 1 we were blessed to again host our annual visit for students from Yasuda Elementary School in Hiroshima, Japan.  The Yasuda visit is such a valuable cultural experience for all in our community and something very unique to Redeemer.  As in

Early Learning Centre assessment and rating visit

In Term 1 our Early Learning Centre was visited for our assessment and rating visit by the Education and Early Childhood Services Registration and Standards Board of SA. This assessment visit is a rigorous process which looks at all elements of our ELC

Chess Club: Term 1

Redeemer Lutheran School started its inaugural Chess Club this term with 27 members. Each week students would meet one afternoon after school and receive a lesson from Chess Coach Mr Mato Jelic, owner of Chess School SA. Lessons gave students the chance to

Year 7 Canberra trip

Our Year 7s started the year learning about our governmental system, democracy and other governmental systems around the world.  The pinnacle of this work was their visit to Canberra in Week 4.  This year 56 students travelled to Canberra for our Year 7

Reading Success

A big congratulations goes to Reo Gerhardy from 5B for becoming a member of the Scholastic’s Reading Review Crew! There are only 6 students in Australia chosen to review books for Scholastics. Reo will be reviewing books sent to him free from Scholastics

Flourish Playgroup

You are invited to join our Flourish Playgroup... This year we have started a Playgroup called Flourish and housed in our new, purpose-built Early Learning Centre (ELC). Playgroup children will have full exposure to our indoor facilities and the outdoor nature play space and each