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Years 3 to 6

Years 3 to 6 is a vibrant and transformative phase where students continue to build upon their educational foundation.

In these intermediate years, we foster a dynamic learning environment that promotes curiosity, critical thinking, and collaborative exploration. Our dedicated educators guide students through a diverse and challenging curriculum, encouraging them to discover their unique strengths and interests. Beyond academic growth, Years 3 to 6 at Tamborine Mountain College emphasise positive character development, leadership skills, and a sense of community. 

Our holistic approach to education, where students not only gain essential knowledge, but also the values and skills to ensure the development of the whole child. A stimulating and supportive atmosphere empowers students to thrive academically, socially, and personally as they navigate this crucial stage of their educational journey.

Technology access is incorporated across the curriculum, at all year levels, with a sequential program to develop appropriate skills. The use of online learning initiatives enables the students to construct meaning, present knowledge and enhance their learning techniques.


Challenging teaching and learning activities in the Key Learning Areas of English, Mathematics, Science, History and the Social Sciences, Digital Technology, Health and Physical Education, The Arts, Music and French Culture and Language contribute to an all-encompassing curriculum. Excursions and special events are held throughout the year to enhance the learning process.

At Tamborine Mountain College we understand that the transition from Primary to Secondary can be challenging to navigate. To prepare students for this exciting change, we have developed a transition program called ‘Stairway to Seven’ to empower all Year 6 students to develop both academically and holistically as they progress through the College. The ‘Stairway to Seven’ program is designed to facilitate a smooth transition by building connections early on, introducing essential skills and familiarising the students with the learning environments and expectations of Secondary School.