By learning a community language, young Australians can build good language proficiency and are better connected to the heritage and culture of their community.
It is beneficial for young Australians to learn a community language other than English as Australia is a multicultural country. Being bilingual will enable people to better connect with the heritage of their cultural background. It also helps to foster stronger relationship between communities as well as respects for the many different cultures in Australia.
CASS Chinese School was established in July 1992 with the aims to initiate, encourage and promote the learning of Chinese language and cultural tradition especially amongst the children. The School teaches Chinese in Mandarin and simplified Chinese and pinyin in accordance with the curriculum requirements of the NSW Department of Education and Training.
At present, CASS Chinese School provides lessons through four campuses located respectively at Campsie, Hurstville, Kogarah and Connells Point. For details, please peruse the attached files.