Our Campus



The Balmoral Kinder is situated within the grounds of the College, which gives the Kinder children the unique opportunity of being an integrated part of the school community. 


Transition from 4-year-old Kindergarten to the Foundation year of schooling is enhanced at our setting. Foundation Teachers and the College Principal regularly visit the Kinder throughout the year to get to know the children and an extensive transition program commences in Term 3.


Our Bush Kinder program is located at Rocklands Reservoir to provide valuable opportunities for children to explore the natural environment and to extend the educational program. 


At Balmoral Kindergarten we offer funded 15 hours per week of the 3-year-old and 4-year-old programs. Children who are four years old and over have access to school bus travel both to and from school.  Balmoral Kindergarten is an approved Victorian Government early childhood education provider. This means you are guaranteed a qualified Early Learning Childhood Teacher who delivers an evidence-informed, play-based learning program that meets government guidelines and complies with the National Quality Framework.



In the Junior School, our teaching and learning are underpinned by evidence-based practices, including explicit phonics instruction through the Sounds-Write program and use of mentor texts.

Play-based learning, modelled on the Walker Learning Approach, is pivotal to our young learners’ development and growth.  Focus students work 1:1 with the classroom teacher to develop their learning and provide a springboard for other learning occurring throughout the day.  The Junior School has a dedicated Investigations room with learning spaces such as the Making Table, Tinker Table, Research Lab, Construction Zones and many other spaces.

Students have access to a range of specialist subjects and classrooms, including Art, Music, Health, PE, Science and Food Technology. 

Boasting a wide range of core and elective subjects, the Senior School sets our students up for success beyond the classroom. 

In the Middle Years, the Experiential Program is key to developing important life-skills such as perseverance, team-work and problem-solving.  The Experiential Program sees students visiting different locations throughout the year, including Rocklands Reservoir and the Grampians National Park.

Senior Pathways are designed directly around student interest and aspirations.  Career Pathways enable a successful transition to further education, training or full-time employment.