Welcome to the Lambert School
The Lambert School is a small co-educational school situated in the inner city for students from kindergarten to year 10.
The educational aim of the Lambert School is to provide an education of exceptional quality in a non-institutional setting.
The Lambert School environment of is homely, congenial, caring and mutually supporting. There is no uniform, no office or principal’s study, no bell or public address system. However, the school is orderly, has a set timetable of classes, has a sense of purpose and provides a stimulating learning environment. The school is non-sectarian: it has no religious or political affiliation but does posses a strong belief in the individual, in group responsibility and in caring for each other.
The curriculum of Lambert School is broad and challenging, particularly considering the small size of the school. Resources are allocated to ensure that programs are well staffed and equipped to cater for a range of abilities and interests.
Students in the primary school are given a sound education in mathematics, science, English language and social science. They also have classes in computer, art, drama, physical education and sport, Indonesian/French and technology.
High school Lambert School students in grades 7 and 8, study the basic subjects English, social science, science and mathematics as well as art drama and music for both years. Over the two years they study French, Indonesian, technology, home economics and technical drawing for at least one year. At the end of year 8, students continue with basic subjects and select from among the optional subjects to make up their program. Sport and health education are also incorporated in the curriculum.
Rules of conduct and work are positive and sensible.
All students at The Lambert School are expected to make a positive contribution to the overall ethos of the school and good of behaviour is expected of students.
Lunch and morning tea, based on principles of healthy eating are provided daily at The Lambert School, and are often planned and cooked by the students.