Holy Spirit Infants School, Abermain strives for excellence in all areas of school life, providing a supportive and nurturing environment that enables children to realise their full potential in all aspects of their development.
Holy Spirit Infants' community is a small and unique school that encourages students to live out the gospel values of acceptance, respect, dignity and honesty and provides a holistic experience for students through academic, spiritual, physical and emotional endeavours.
Holy Spirit currently hosts two satellite Aspect classes which provide specialised support services and facilities to help students with autism transition into the mainstream classroom and become as independent as possible. Providing a wonderful dimension to the school, teachers work closely with parents to educate each student based on their individual needs.
The school’s teachers pride themselves on their professionalism and ability to develop and deliver teaching programs that incorporate classroom learning opportunities and outdoor learning activities.
Students build life skills through the use of core, modified and extension teaching and learning activities from programs such as Count Me In Too Mathematics, Mathletics, Essential Moves, the SWELL literacy program and the You Can Do It program.
The community of Holy Spirit acknowledges parents as the prime educators of their children and seek them to assist with small group and class activities at school each week.
Holy Spirit’s contemporary learning environment encourages students to adapt, apply and transfer new skills and knowledge, embrace technology and equip themselves with skills that will allow them to be lifelong learners in a rapidly changing world.
The school’s newly furnished classrooms allow students to engage in deep and powerful learning through collaboration and group work that promote inquiry and creative exploration of ideas.
The school is also involved with the local Parish, providing Pastoral care for families through the Seasons for Growth Program and provides many opportunities for students and parents to pray, reflect and celebrate liturgies and Masses throughout the year.