Glenhaven Public School

Striving For Excellence

Telephone02 9634 3675

Learning across the curriculum

Cross curriculum content enriches and supports the learning areas and adds depth to student learning. In NSW students study a range of learning across the curriculum content.

Cross curriculum priorities

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures 
  • Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia 
  • sustainability

General capabilities

  • critical and creative thinking 
  • ethical understanding 
  • information and communication technology capability 
  • intercultural understanding 
  • literacy 
  • numeracy 
  • personal and social capability

Other learning across the curriculum areas

  • civics and citizenship
  • difference and diversity
  • work and enterprise.

© NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for and on behalf of the Crown in right of the State of New South Wales, 2012

School banking

The school banking program provides a fun, interactive and engaging way for young students to learn about money and develop good saving habits. The Commonwealth Bank School Banking program includes an exciting Rewards Program designed to encourage children to get into the habit of making regular savings.

Children will have lots of fun saving for items on offer in the Rewards Program. Every deposit gets a child closer to a reward. The Commonwealth Bank School Banking Program makes contributions to the P&C  when new accounts are opened and deposits made at school.

School banking takes place every Wednesday. Simply drop your child’s deposit book into the school administration office.

If you require any further information regarding Commonwealth Bank Student Banking program, simply visit your local Commonwealth Bank branch.