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Junior Campus R-6

Junior Campus

The new Christian Brothers College Junior Campus which replaced the former Campus built in 1963 was opened in December 2011.

This multi-award winning building incorporates world class best practice in educational architecture and innovation. It was specifically designed to provide the very highest standard of boy’s education, teaching and learning whilst incorporating high standard eco sustainability.

The CBC Junior Campus incorporates the use of natural light via its all glass facade with panoramic views over the Eastern Adelaide Parklands and the city landscape. The innovative roof top playing field which supports the CBC Parklands Playground and Oval adjacent to the College is used for PE Lessons and as an outdoor learning venue.

World class technologies include iPads, large screen High Definition Smart Boards and the very latest in laptop technology.

Our students are encouraged to use all spaces within the Campus as their learning environment. Our learning spaces are colourful, visual and sound proofed. The environment welcomes parents and community members to share in their child’s education.A replica of a racing car in the library, funky furniture and lounges in break-out areas outside the classroom facilitate fun, tactile and exploratory spaces to learn.

The Specialist Music, Art and Science Centres ensure CBC provides contemporary, innovative learning spaces with which to implement national and international; best practice in education.

Respect for the original custodians of CBC the Kaurna people is embedded in the Resource Centre and College Chapel carpets as well as a welcome to country sign prominently on display in the College entrance. The original Foundation Stone, archival displays and ceiling in the Chapel (made from original floorboards from the former Campus) remind us of the rich legacy of education left to CBC by the Christian Brothers.

The CBC Junior Campus enjoys a close relationship with both the Senior Campus (established in1878) and the CBC Community Children’s Centre (2012). The building enhanced by the careful selection of passionate, highly qualified professional staff allow our students to learn creatively, have fun and develop skills as critical thinkers in our changing world.

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