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Primary School

We love the supportive and friendly community the school offers, a sense of community and belonging is important to us for our children. You are always welcomed with a friendly smile, a child holding the gate open for another, and you see children actively seeking out to help each other. With dedicated and enthusiastic staff our children have thrived in their learning and experiences. The pride our children have in their school speaks volumes of OAGS.
— Bobbie - Primary School Parent

The Primary School journey at Orange Anglican Grammar School is focused on the development of key foundational skills and a sense of enthusiasm for learning and discovering. 

Students are taught the syllabuses prescribed by NESA and participate in the National Assessment Programs. For students in Kindergarten to Year 6 there are six key learning areas: English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE), Creative Arts and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE). Students also have a weekly Christian Studies lesson.

Our teaching team is made up of highly qualified collaborative educators who regularly engage in Professional Development programmes to hone their skills. Our teachers are highly trained in classroom management and engagement, emotion coaching, social-emotional skills development, Restorative Practice, students with additional needs and trauma-informed practices, ensuring that they are well placed to support the individual holistic development of each of their students. 


In the Primary years our programmes focus on mastery of the skills essential for success in life long learning, whilst encouraging creativity, critical thinking, problem solving and acceptance of responsibility for one's own learning. With a highly professional, collaborative and innovative teaching team, student’s at Orange Anglican Grammar School have the opportunity to immerse themselves in learning experiences that are engaging, relevant and designed to meet the individual needs of students using state-of-the-art technology and evidence-based teaching practices.