The curriculum of the school is based around eight learning areas – English, Mathematics, Science, Studies of Society and Environment, Technology and Enterprise, Health and Physical Education and the Arts. Teaching and learning programs are developed, implemented and monitored with due consideration ensuring that all of our students work towards achieving the major outcomes identified in the Curriculum Framework.
As such, we seek to ensure that students:
- Use language to understand, develop and communicate ideas and information and interact with others.
- Select, integrate and apply numerical and spatial concepts and techniques.
- Recognise when and what information is needed, locate and obtain it from a range of sources and evaluate, use and share it with others.
- Select, use and adapt technologies.
- Describe and reason about patterns, structures and relationships in order to understand, interpret, justify and make predictions.
- Visualise consequences, think laterally, recognise opportunity and potential and are prepared to test options.
- Understand and appreciate the physical, biological and technological worlds and have the knowledge and skills to make decisions in relation to it.
- Understand their cultural, geographic and historical contexts and have the knowledge, skills and values necessary for active participation in life in Australia.
- Interact with people and cultures other than their own and are equipped to contribute to the global community.
- Participate in creative activity of their own and understand and engage with the artistic, cultural and intellectual work of others.
- Value and implement practices that promote personal growth and well being.
- Are self-motivated and confident in their approach to learning and are able to work individually and collaboratively.
- Recognise that everyone has the right to feel valued and be safe and in this regard, understand their rights and obligations and behave responsibly.