Summer School 2022

Improve core skills ready for 2022, through Haileybury’s one week intensive premium online Literacy and Numeracy learning program.

Benefit from our innovative teaching methods, small class sizes, a clear focus on academic excellence and exceptional teachers, all in a safe and supportive online learning environment.

Why join the Program?

Throughout 2021 students have yet again undertaken a range of unique learning challenges as a result of COVID-19. The situation has proved difficult and demanding, and in many cases has left students feeling less than prepared, and parents concerned that their children might be falling behind.

We understand the impact this can have and we want to help. Recognised as one of the world’s great schools, our approach to world-class education gives students the best possible opportunities for development and improvement. Our Skill Builder Program helps students accelerate their learning in a safe online environment.

Education Awards

Haileybury students are able to flourish because of the strong teaching and developmental framework we have in place. These awards acknowledge the outstanding staff and programs providing exceptional academic outcomes for students.

Summer school 2022

At a glance

Small class sizes

Six students to one teacher for a personalised experience.

Safe learning environment

All classes are conducted online through a secure platform.

Start ahead of the class

Understand, analyse, interpret and evaluate information.

Exceptional teachers

Innovative teaching models to deliver a world-class education.

Our approach drives success:

Haileybury is ranked the number one co-education primary school and the number two secondary school for girls and boys in Victoria.

2021 NAPLAN scores:
Years 3 and 5 (primary)
Years 7 and 9 (secondary)

Years 3 and 5 (primary)

549.6, compared to the National average of 461.44, and comparable to the National Years 7 and 9 average (556.44).

Years 7 and 9 (secondary)

631.0 compared to National average of 556.44.

Who is it for?

The online learning Skills Builder Program is open to students in year levels 3 – 8. There are some application requirements which are detailed below.

Please note that the Summer School Skill Builder program is not available to current Haileybury students.

“The program really consolidated to Max the different styles of writing and the formats required. The teachers delivered it in such an engaging way that Max found it fun and really enjoyable.”

What does the Program cover?

Classes have been carefully designed to help students strengthen their Literacy or Numeracy ability at their applicable year level. Classes will cover key learning areas and enable students to:

  • understand, analyse, interpret and evaluate information
  • develop and express ideas and opinions
  • build confidence with others and participate in Literacy and Numeracy activities at school.

When is the Program held?

  • Literacy Courses will run from Monday, 10 January 2022 to Friday, 14 January 2022.
  • Numeracy Courses will run from Monday, 17 January – Friday, 21 January 2022.

Teaching commences at 8.30am [AEDT] each day with a full program which runs every morning.

What is the class structure?

All classes will be administered by qualified Haileybury teachers with a maximum of six students per class. Classes are conducted in a safe online environment where teachers can monitor each student's progress.

What can I expect from it?

Students can develop valuable understanding and strategies to help support their ongoing educational journeys. They can aim to fill in any gaps that may have appeared in the previous year, and build confidence ready for the new school year.

“After missing years 4 and 5 of school and then having year 6 as a modified program at her primary school of only a few hours a day due to COVID restrictions, it has given Samantha great confidence to know she has a good foundation to build on now in year 7.”

Why Haileybury?

Haileybury is acclaimed as an outstanding independent school in Australia and overseas because of a unique combination of factors that deliver more than the sum of their parts: innovative teaching methods, exceptional teachers, outstanding academic results, a strong international focus and a comprehensive understanding of education that stretches back to 1892.

Haileybury's academic efforts in the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) continue to deliver outstanding collective results, and rank Haileybury in the top 0.5% of schools in Australia.

2020 VCE results include a 100% pass rate, two highest possible ATAR scores of 99.95, and 7.5% of students attaining an ATAR of 99–putting them in the top 1% in Australia.

How much does the Program cost?

$750 for Years 3—4.

$900 for Years 5—8.

Fees are payable in full at the time of registration.

Application requirements

Haileybury prides its reputation on differentiation and inclusion across varied student programs. However, given its structure and delivery method, the Summer School Skill Builder cannot tailor to children with complex learning difficulties who require additional support. Their best interest would not be accommodated in this program.

The suggested minimum requirement for the AEAS is 60%. Students below this level may not apply.

  • Part A English Assessment- 60/100 – minimum requirement.
  • Part B Non-Verbal General Ability and Part C Mathematics Reasoning Ability – 6/10- minimum requirement.

Enrol now to secure your spot - places are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes

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