You would also find that while needing to adhere to the Australian Curriculam, that lesson planning and structure would also need to follow the teachings of the church as well.Give the school a call, they will be only too happy to answer your questions and also give you a vibe of the school and the role Thanks mez70. How welcoming/friendly are they to non-Jews in the school community?
You would be expected to attend and observe the religious celebrations and some I beileve do have a dress code as well.
I'm pretty sure Jewish girls are a species all their own. They have years and years of inside jokes that they can convey with just a look. My cousin probably knows your sister's best friend. Unless you want to have second dinner at like 10 p.m.?
Some of the stuff that we do would not be considered normal in "the real world," aka around non-Jews. For some reason, our hair seems to be a lot frizzier than everyone else's.
The guy who was there when I was there 15 years ago was "too" religious for the school and lasted only a short time.
Based on my experience and my kids now going through the same school's preschool system.