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Middle School

Journeys that empower the leader in everyone

Years 6-9

Learning and development with a pastoral focus, where every student is seen and valued as a child of God. A journey of identity, relationship, empathy and awareness that prepares students to become independent learners who know who they are.

We use the time we have been gifted to build...

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The Mind

We foster critical and creative thinkers; developing learners who can collaborate and communicate as they engage in the challenges of schooling and beyond.

The Person

A journey of discovery that unearths gifts, passions, and interests. A knowing of who they are, their story and respect for other stories. Awareness of the fundamental truths of God’s love.


Confidence in working with others, a growing sense of empathy and the ability to think beyond themselves.

Pastoral Care

Mental health, wellbeing, and Christian spiritual development of every child and their own individual journey.

Middle School Spiritual Formation
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Competencies and capabilities that develop life-long learners who are ready for Senior School and life beyond.

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Specialist Subjects & Spaces

Purpose-built and flexible learning spaces that enable student-centred learning; allowing students to uncover their own interests and sparking their imagination.

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Breadth of Programs

A wide range of opportunities that focus on developing the whole student.

Middle School Programs
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Signature Programs

King’s offers a wide range of co-curricular programs to suit all students with our Performing Arts, Aerobics, Dance & Cheer, and Sporting teams. Our co-curricular programs offer students the opportunity to build skills, fitness, friendship and ensure a healthy and well-balanced approach to life. Whether it is singing in a choir, playing an instrument in an ensemble, dancing on stage or playing a game of basketball, our extensive range of co-curricular programs cater for our Middle School students.

Co-Curricular Programs

The Duke of Edinburgh is an internationally recognised award. It empowers young people to realise their full potential and build a brighter future. Each person who participates in the Award learns a skill, improves their physical well-being, volunteers in their community and undertakes an adventurous journey within a team.

At King’s, we believe in giving our students every opportunity to be their best self. Through encouraging students to improve and challenge themselves, the Duke of Ed guides students on a journey to find their meaning, purpose and passion in life. Duke of Ed is not about being the best at something - it is about challenge, commitment, improvement and contribution.

Pedal Prix involves racing Human Powered Vehicles (HPVs) in an annual series of race events, culminating in a 24 hour race - which is the biggest event of this type in the world. The Pedal Prix vehicles are highly engineered and of lightweight chrome-moly chassis construction to optimise performance, while offering the driver significant crash protection inside a carbon fibre fairing.

While there is a specific opportunity for Year 10 students to undertake a full-year course, involvement in the Pedal Prix program is open to all students in Year 8-Year 12.

King’s offers many student mentoring programs and opportunities. We believe in the value of mentoring relationships and the benefits these can have for all students. Our student mentoring involves well-being groups, social skills groups and Bible study groups. These programs are led by our students, and facilitated and supervised by staff. Students involved learn leadership skills, build confidence and allow for friendships across year levels to flourish.

During the Year 9 Pastoral Care line, students participate in The Rite Journey program. This is a year-long program is specifically designed to help students in their transition from childhood to adulthood. Throughout The Rite Journey, students explore and discover consciousness, connection, communication, challenge and celebration, while focusing on four specific themes throughout the year:

  • Who am I really?

  • How do I get along with others?

  • Is there something more?

  • What do I have to give?

The Rite Journey

King’s has a proud and respected tradition of producing high quality musicals. Students in Year 6-Year 12 audition, rehearse and collaborate to present Broadway’s best-loved shows to enthusiastic audiences. Students work with experienced practitioners in both on and off stage roles to hone their skills, develop their talents and get a taste of live theatre in a fun and engaging environment. Our productions are performed in our new, state-of-the-art auditorium providing authentic experiences for our budding thespians, preparing them for a future on the stage.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge that everything in heaven and earth belongs to God.

We acknowledge the Kaurna people and the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians of the lands on which our schools are located.

We pay our respects to all elders, past, present and those to come, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

We commit ourselves to pray and work for justice and reconciliation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia.