A connected curriculum is the joining of 2-3 subject areas to provide contextualised links between the curriculum and the real world.
It is about creating an environment for learners where they can challenge themselves, make connections, engage in relevant and meaningful learning opportunities.
Learning modules are co-created by teachers and taught collaboratively. The Learning Modules are designed to raise student achievement by:
Our Impact Projects provide focus for community involvement. We encourage students to have a positive impact on others, the school and/or the community.
The Impact Projects start as teacher-led initiatives. However, as the year progresses, students to start to take more ownership of these by creating their own Impact Projects where teachers are there to support their choices.
Learning Advisory and Life Skill units promote student engagement by making learning relevant to real-life contexts. We include a greater selection of content and contexts into the curriculum and prepare students for lifelong learning.
This is Sit Together and Read (STAR) time and has been introduced to:
We have a wide range of books available at our school library. If students are interested in a book that we do not have, please ask them to speak with our school librarian who may be able to source the book for them.