At Heritage College, your child's educational journey is more than just achievement and recognition academically. We help each child to develop understanding and resilience spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically, providing opportunities to expand their skills, develop positive self-esteem and realise their potential.
We nurture a culture of lifelong learning where both staff and students are encouraged to achieve their best. With nationally recognised improvements in literacy and numeracy, our students continue to achieve across all areas of the college and are recognised for their achievements within their communities. Heritage College has a strong focus on service, underpinning practice in the classroom, activities throughout the year and community involvement of our senior students and alumni.
We look forward to meeting with you in person to discuss your child’s enrolment at Heritage College.
Our Early Learning Centre is an important part of the college community. During school term, Early Learners utilise the campus grounds and participate in shared sporting and other college events. Being part of a larger college community provides Early Learners with opportunities at a younger age, including music, science, art, sport and language. With the popular Bush Kinder program and a focus on play-based learning, educators encourage creativity, curiosity and exploration every day. By fostering a love of learning in a positive environment at an early age, children are inspired to continue their lifelong journey of learning.
Our students form friendships that continue from Early Learning through to Primary years and beyond. Every child is paired with a buddy from Year 5 and takes part in a wide range of fun and inspiring primary school activities. It’s all about feeling supported, secure and confident as part of a bigger community.
A pathway into Prep, delivered in partnership with the Primary School, ensures a smooth handover to Prep year when ready. Throughout the year, children develop school readiness skills through structured learning activities.
At Heritage College, we are interested not only in academic success but in setting our students up for life. That includes helping each student to discover the type of person they want to be, not just the type of job they want to have. Our values-based curriculum is at the very core of what we do.
Our primary teachers focus on the individual. They look to further each child’s strengths while providing support in other areas. Heritage College follows the Australian Curriculum with the addition of one subject, the Bible. We call it Encounter as it is our hope that every child will have an ‘encounter’ in their walk with God.
There are many opportunities to develop and extend your child’s skills, interests and capabilities at Heritage College. Athletics, Gymnastics and Swimming lessons are available for primary-years students, along with a range of team sports. We are also a member of School Sports Victoria, providing an opportunity for students who excel in a particular field to progress towards State Championships.
Heritage College also offers a vibrant Arts program in the Primary years. Students participate in a range of Performing Arts activities with the option to perform in the Student Band and Choir ensembles. Performances are held throughout the year to showcase student talent and musical development. In Visual and Media Arts, student artworks are proudly displayed around the college.
We believe that service to others matters. We recognise and commemorate annual days including Clean Up Australia Day, ANZAC Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and support several community projects. Our focus on service to others culminates in a Service Trip to Nepal in Year 12.
Our parent community says they appreciate how Heritage College feels like a big family. If you are considering Heritage College for your child, we look forward to speaking with you.
At Heritage College, we provide quality Christian Education that reflects a holistic learning approach and caters for the development of the mind, body and spirit of all students. In Primary, the learning programs focus on the college values of Excellence, Resilience, Respect and Service and students are supported and encouraged to achieve their potential, expand their skills and develop positive self-esteem.
A range of learning opportunities and extra curricular-programs are available for students to reflect and show their strengths and interests throughout their learning journey. Teaching staff embrace the use of technology to transform the classroom, pave new ways of thinking, spark ideas, foster creativity, and expand collaboration and communication.
Throughout all year levels in Primary, Wellbeing and Pastoral Care teams provide a supportive and caring environment for students and their families. Strong networks and partnerships with the Early Learning and Secondary enables Primary staff to provide a supportive pathway from Early Learning for entry into Prep.
Mrs Kim Nuske, Primary Teacher at Heritage College, talks about the values instilled and opportunities provided for students in Primary School.
Access to education is considered to be one of the basic tenets of Australian society. It is vital that young people are given the opportunity to learn, think, create and innovate. In doing so, our communities will continue to thrive and push the boundaries of possibility.
Students and staff often speak of the college culture as one that is like family. Rich relationships are developed over time between staff and students and with our parent community. As we continue to grow, we are committed to maintaining this safe and supportive environment.
In considering Heritage College as the educational choice for your child, we encourage you to contact us with any questions that you may have. I look forward to meeting your family and introducing you to ours.
At Heritage College, we provide quality Christian Education that reflects a holistic learning approach and caters for the development of the mind, body and spirit of all students. Incoming families with students in Year 6 are supported through a comprehensive Pathway to Secondary program, including Parent Information Sessions and Orientation Days.
Our values-based learning focuses on Excellence, Resilience, Respect and Service and we offer a diverse range of curriculum and co-curricular activities, including Outdoor Recreation, Sport, Performing Arts, Languages and other learning opportunities to accommodate your child’s interests. Secondary students participate and gain exposure to cultural activities via the Student Exchange Program, welcoming exchange students from Japan in Year 10. In the Senior Years, Heritage College offers the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) program.
Additionally, Senior Students are provided with the opportunity to have both local and worldwide impact through service trips and fundraising to promote character and values including the capstone Year 12 Service Trip to Nepal. Throughout all year levels in Secondary, Wellbeing and Pastoral Care teams provide a supportive and caring environment for students and their families.