We implement the Australian Curriculum and Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines across Kindergarten to Year 6. Our school has dedicated staff providing students with quality educational outcomes in accordance with the Department of Education’s curriculum, assessment and reporting framework. The school is committed to developing our students into competent and confident learners when they leave school.
Our whole school curriculum plan is based on the P-12 Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework (CARF) and specifies how our school team plans for, teaches, assesses and reports using the Australian Curriculum. Our whole school curriculum plan is part of our shared commitment to providing a world-class education for all students. It is based on the assumption that every student can learn and that responding to the diverse learning needs of all students is central to teaching.
Our school's Kindergarten program is based on the Queensland kindergarten learning guideline which provides advice for planning, interacting with children, monitoring and assessing learning as teachers engage children in active, language rich learning through play, real-life engagements, routines and transitions. Foundations for Success is a resource which acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples ways of knowing and being and supports the embedding of personal and cultural identities and connections with families and communities in the learning program. The kindergarten program further develops children's thinking and problem-solving skills as well as their language, social and creative capabilities. These skills form the foundations for engaging in the content of the Foundation – Year 2 requirements of the Australian Curriculum, supporting continuity of learning for children across kindergarten to Year 2 and a successful transition to Prep.