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One of our most distinguishing features is our curriculum. The Maranatha Curriculum is taught from a Biblical worldview which means that we begin with the Bible and Biblical truth, and build our curriculum from that foundation.

Maranatha offers a seamless, innovative, challenging and robust academic curriculum from Early Years through to Year 12
The School is a pioneer and leader in implementing a Christ-centred curriculum through exploring new ways of learning, which engages students and motivates them to do their utmost for His glory. Our task as Christian educators is to develop the skills and interest in life long education in each student. We provide an inquiry based approach to learning that seeks to foster curiosity about the world, equipping our students with the capacity to research, critique and synthesise information from a Christian perspective. Collaboration and independence are both encouraged, to help children create innovative solutions to real life challenges. The school uses cutting edge technologies and traditional teaching methodologies to help provide students with a strong foundation in the basics of literacy and numeracy as well as having the ability to think. Maranatha also focuses on building quality relationships, starting with our relationship with God, and so helping our students to understand themselves, and how to respond to the world around them.
 
Developing a Christian world view - ‘life worthy learning.’
At Maranatha we help students see and understand the world through the perspective of God’s truth. The Bible becomes the lens in which students view what they are learning. The lens focusses their thinking on ultimate truth–a Biblical vision for life where the world is created and sustained by God; where God has acted in history to deal with the distortions of creation caused by human rebellion; and where history is advancing towards a new creation in which all things are reconciled to God through Jesus who is not only the climax of the Biblical story but is also the focal point of the lens.