Our program is designed so that by the end of Year 6, we have children who are confident, independent workers with a positive attitude to school and learning. Children leave our school and attend a wide range of high schools. Over the years parents have commented that children have made the transition to high school very smoothly.

A the end of 2012, three children graduated from our school. One child has moved interstate and has accepted a place in a local public school and two children accepted places in non-government schools.

At the end of 2011, seven children graduated from our school. One child was offered a place in a selective high school, one child was offered a place in a performing arts high school, two children accepted places in local public schools and three accepted places in non-government schools.

At the end of 2010, seven year 6 graduated from our school. One child was offered a place in a selective high school, two children were offered places in performing arts high schools, two children accepted places in local public schools and two accepted places in non-government schools.

At the end of 2009, seven year 6 children graduated from our school. Three children have taken up places in local public schools and four of our students have accepted places in non-government schools.

At the end of 2008, ten year 6 children graduated from our school. Three of those children were offered places in selective high schools. Six children have taken up places in local public high schools and one of our students has accepted a place at a non-government school. Of the six children accepting places in public high schools, five have been placed in the top streams.