Exceptional Children
Exceptional Children

Welcome to Dara School

Dara School is a community that nurtures learning and personal growth in intellectually gifted students. It is a secular, independent co-educational school. It currently caters for primary school Year 1 to Year 7 and will soon grow organically to cater for students from Year 1 to Year 12.

Dara School has a progressive philosophy and its environment is designed to optimise the specific learning characteristics of gifted and talented students. This design is based on a pedagogy that recognises and nurtures each student’s individuality and uniqueness through an integrated approach to teaching and learning. It is complemented by strategically organised and flexible learning spaces.

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Dara Parents attend school too!

On September 13, 2017, we were honoured to have Alan D. Thompson provide a workshop to our students on Brightness in the Classroom, with a particular emphasis on individual strengths. Not to be out done, the parents attended a seminar after school on how they can support their child’s strengths. This even included homework prior… Read more

“Dara was the buzz word of the conference”

Dara School was very well received and generated a lot of local and global interest at the 22nd Biennial World Conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children World Conference in Sydney during the recent school holidays. Dara School offered two lively presentations. The first was entitled “You’re here, why are you here?”… Read more

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