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At Warra State School, our curriculum follows the Australian Curriculum guidelines and we use the C2C units over all areas.

The Learning Areas are:
•The Arts (Music, Visual Arts, Media, Dance and Drama)
•Health and Physical Education
•Languages other than English (LOTE) - Japanese

The school has one multi-aged classroom where Prep to Year 6 are taught. Having many grades across one class allows us to target individual students at their current academic level effectively. Students receive an individualised and differentiated educational experience – one that we are very proud to offer.

The development of a supportive, safe school environment to ensure equal access to quality education for all students is a priority and is ongoing at Warra State School.

Existing programs will be progressively redeveloped to meet curriculum requirements.


It has been shown that learning a foreign language is extremely beneficial. This rewarding experience can allow you to:
  • Explore a different culture
  • Enhance communication skills and build confidence
  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Increase tolerance and empathy of other people
  • Keep your brain agile and improve your focus
  • Improve your listening skills and memory recall
  • Understand the world around you better
  • Deepen your understanding of your own language
  • Create more opportunities
At Warra State School Japanese is taught from Prep through to Year 6.
We endeavor to make the experience of learning Japanese fun, by striving to create an atmosphere where students are engaged, interested and enthusiastic about learning.
Students are taught as a multi age level class and are given age appropriate activities to build on their prior knowledge.
These lessons take place from 12-3 pm each Friday.
Parents are encouraged to add their name to a roster for half an hour from 2.30 to 3 to become part of their child’s Japanese learning experience.

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