Assumption School aims to develop initiative, confidence
and personal excellence in all students.
Assumption School is part of the Bathurst Diocesan
School System. The school was founded in 1952 by the Sisters
of St Joseph, and has always had a strong family focus and a
deep respect for the dignity of each person.
to basics - Learning programs develop each student's
ability to learn, to think critically and creatively and to
communicate effectively. Emphasis is on Literacy and Numeracy.
Assumption's Curriculum has clearly defined outcomes.
These guide the teaching throughout K-6.
- The caring, welfare orientated staff provide extensive support
in all areas of school life, encouraging the pursuit of personal
excellence and positive attitudes for life-long education.
- The Assumption offers students an innovative curriculum with
well resourced classrooms and library. Every room including
the Special Education Room has on-line connection within the
school and with the Internet.
Education - The Assumption School offers Religious
Education in which all learning programs consider and actively
teach Gospel Values. Children will be well informed about Catholic
faith, traditions, religious issues and be prepared to receive
- Cultural and sporting opportunities exist for wider social
interaction through close liaison with district and interstate
Education - The Assumption has in place programs and
structures that cater for students with special learning requirements
e.g. Special Education, Integration and Gifted and Talented
Assumption School strives to be a "faith community"
in which the Christian approach to living is evidenced in the
attitudes and actions of teachers and pupils. A sense of Catholic
Community among students, parents, staff, pastor and parish
is consciously developed.