School Learning Priorities

Quality Teaching and Learning

  • Units of Inquiry aligned with the Australian Curriculum
  • Teaching for Effective Learning (TfEL) framework supports Inquiry teaching and learning, and development of a ‘Growth Mindset’
  • Focus on 21st Century Learning skills and dispositions
  • Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration and Compassion
  • Flexible Learning environments
  • Literacy and Numeracy First
  • KidsMatter and Flourish – Social and Emotional learning
  • ‘Bring Your Own Device’ – Upper Primary – Years 5-7
  • Teaching for Effective Learning (Tfel)

    The ‘How’ of Quality Teaching and Learning

  • Creating intellectually stretched, self-directed powerful learners
  • Learning for effective teaching
  • Create safe conditions for vigorous learning
  • Personalise and connect learning
  • Develop expert learners
  • Australian Curriculum

    Teachers will teach:

  • English (Literacy) and Mathematics – 300 minutes per week
  • Science for Years 4 to 7 – 120 minutes per week
  • Science for Reception to Year 3 – 90 minutes per week
  • One Unit of Inquiry; Transdisciplinary eg: Science, History, Geography, The Arts, Digital Design and Technology, General capabilities and cross curricular priorities.