The atmosphere in every classroom at Wilderness School is positive, supportive and challenges each girl to achieve her best. Our aim is to foster a love of learning in our students so that they will be able to become independent learners who are confident, creative problem solvers and decision makers.
In order to do this we use a variety of sound educational approaches such as Reggio Emilia in our Early Years program, our Thinking and Learning curriculum that caters for all girls R-12 and our Resilience curriculum that is designed to promote optimism and courage in the face of adversity.
From Reception to Year 12, we cater for the cognitive and affective needs of gifted and talented students. Support staff work with girls, individually and in small groups, to help them address challenges in their learning. We are committed to providing the best education for each of our students, enabling them to follow their chosen careers.
The Staff at Wilderness feel privileged when a family entrusts us with the dual responsibility of nurturing their daughter. We provide an environment where the girls are involved, challenged, well cared for and where they are given every opportunity to develop their independence and confidence.
How our children are growing up fast and what we can do about it. 'Too Sexy Too Soon' session on Monday 31 August at 6pm with our guest speaker Melinda Tankard Reist.
We are off and racing to the Kentish, 23 Stanley Street, North Adelaide for the race that stops a nation. Fabulous sweep and raffle prizes.
In the aftermath of Raoul Silva's attack on MI6, a cryptic message sets in motion events that will see James Bond come face-to-face with the sinister organisation SPECTRE.