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If you or your children wish to learn Chinese language and experience Chinese tradition and culture, come and enrol at CAV Chinese Language School!

·     创建于1982年,墨尔本历史最悠久的中文学校

·     专业教师团队、师资雄厚、VCE成绩显著

·   校舍舒适、环境优美、设施先进

·     开设课程:幼儿班十二年级VCE中文班

·     幼儿班(3-4)学费全免、免费试听

·      Highly qualified and experienced Principal and Teachers

·      Air-conditioned and well-equipped classrooms

·      Safe and beautiful environment

·      Outstanding VCE results

·      Free admission for 3-4 years old & free trial lessons

 

Class Time: Saturdays & Sundays 9.30am-12.15pm

Enquiry and enrolment 0401002882; 98003388 (Saturdays and Sundays only)

Email[email protected]; [email protected]

Address: 8 Ashley Street, Wantirna, VIC 3152

 

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In June, 1982, when the decision was made to have a CAV School teaching Chinese Language and Culture, An Education and Cultural Sub-committee (ECS) was formed to oversee the running of the school. The following year, ECS took over the entire operation of the school, from employment of teachers to locking up classrooms at the end of the day. Since then, the School had 14 years of happy working relationship with Nunawading High School in Forest Hill. In January 1996, CAV School moved to its new home in Wantirna, where classes were organised into morning and afternoon sessions. Two years ago, 2 portable classrooms were added to the existing row of classrooms.

Objectives

The main objectives of the School are:

  1. To teach students to listen, speak, read and write Chinese in the modern simplified Chinese characters

  2. To introduce Chinese culture, history, geography and philosophy to students

  3. To provide students with a better understanding of the Chinese heritage

The guiding principle is to provide a stimulating, supportive, challenging and safe environment for teaching and learning of Chinese Language and Culture. The School is committed to help each and every student to reach his or her full potential. Students are assisted not only to achieve academic excellence but given encouragement to continue to appreciate Chinese culture throughout their lives.”