At Kingsway Christian College every endeavour is made to extend our gifted and talented students through differentiation in the classroom and extension programmes both within class activities and after hours through extra tuition.

During 2016 our Enrichment Programme will be catering for students from Years 1 – 6 and incorporating our Kindy and Pre-Primary students during second semester. Our aim is to enhance the development of a variety of literacy, numeracy and critical and higher order thinking skills. The Year 3 - 6 students are completing some open ended project based learning in an after school club while the Early Learning students are part of a pull out group and are challenged through problem–solving and open-ended learning using STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics).  Through challenging students to think outside the box, using their creativity, we hope to complete our projects and accomplish a variety of goals. Some of these include the acquisition of important life skills such as working in a team, vital social skills and furthering their love for learning.

Upper Primary students also have the opportunity to take part in an after school Maths Extension club.

In the Secondary school Maths, Science and English are streamed so that students are placed in the appropriate class, with the extension class covering course material well above their peers. Extension in English includes a ‘Book in a Day’ event at which students plan, devise, write, illustrate and bind an entire narrative over a twelve hour period.

In July 2014, New Zealand company, Education Perfect, launched its inaugural International Maths Championship. Our gifted Maths students produced some great results enabling Kingsway to take out the top prize of being the highest scoring school in WA, competing against 221 WA schools.




Free tuition is offered in the Secondary school in the core subjects of Maths, English, Science and HASS  (Humanities and Social Sciences) before and/or after school. Science and HASS subjects are taught by a different specialist teacher each term: e.g. Chemistry; Physics; History; Geography.
Year 7-9 students take exams in Term 4 based on that semester’s work, whereas Year 10-12 students take exams in both semesters. The top twenty Year 12 students each year form the Principal’s Group which meets once per term for mentoring. Students are also assisted with stress management techniques and given help with applying for university scholarships.


In March 2015,The University of Notre Dame Australia awarded Kingsway Christian College graduate Natalie Cheung, with the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship at its annual Awards Evening held at the Fremantle Campus. It was awarded to Natalie in recognition of her outstanding academic achievement in Year 12 at Kingsway Christian College where she achieved a near perfect ATAR of 99.25.