About the program
Our newly established junior class currently focuses on primary years 5 and 6, with a pathway to secondary school.
We recognise that these years are important for the move to secondary school. Our junior program is designed to develop social and academic confidence to aid in this transition, building on a young person’s personal strengths to fully develop their potential.
Why choose us?
We have a small class and a space designed to be welcoming and encourage learning through a hands-on approach. The program includes individual learning passion projects, which encourages students to take ownership and builds confidence in their learning.
Lessons and activities are designed to meet students’ personal learning needs and are based on social and emotional development with student wellbeing underpinning the entire program.
We are proud of our comprehensive and proactive wellbeing program designed to positively engage and support our students.
With our team of highly qualified wellbeing officers and external specialist service practitoners, we actively create and foster a sense of safety among our students, providing the best possible foundation for learning. We focus on the individual wellbeing goals of our young people and their recognised strengths.
We have a dedicated team of qualified staff who are committed to empowering our students through flexible learning opportunities and launching them on pathways for a positive and fulfilling future.
To maximise student access to our campuses at Yarra Junction and Mt Evelyn, Cire provides a free bus service from Badger Creek, Healesville, Cockatoo, Chirnside Park, Mooroolbark, Lilydale and Mt Evelyn.
Yarra Junction – years 5 to 12
Mt Evelyn – years 7 to 12
Berwick – years 7 to 12
All year levels
$700 (full) or $470 (concession)
A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required to secure a place.
For more information, please refer to our Fees and Charges Policy
*The published student tuition fees are subject to change without notice and also dependant on individual circumstances at enrolment.
Cire Services Inc. does not accept cash payments. For your convenience, we have the following methods available:
Credit or debit card payment
Credit or debit card payment (MasterCard and VISA) via phone, internet banking or in person.
Direct deposit (all transaction require a reference description to ensure your payment is identified e.g. invoice number or student name).
Account Name – Cire Services Inc.
Bank – National Australia Bank (NAB)
BSB – 083-739
Account Number – 03-785-5491
Centrepay – this service is a free direct bill paying service available to customers who receive an Australian Government Department of Human Services Centrelink payment, Family Assistance payment or Parental Leave pay. This payment option is set up at the enrolment stage, with one of our enrolment officers providing assistance as required.