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Curriculum Overview

 

Crestmead State School provides a quality curriculum for all students.
 
Our school works cooperatively with students, staff, parents and the community to support and improve student learning opportunities, deliver high achievement and enhanced performance, and promote community confidence and pride in the school's ability to meet the needs of all students.
 
The school community is committed to:
 
  • A guaranteed and viable curriculum that caters for the individual needs of all students
  • Excellence in both effort and achievement
  • Student competency in numeracy and literacy
  • Mutual respect, co-operation and understanding
  • A curriculum that prepares students for an ever-changing future
 
Crestmead State School incorporates the following curriculum:
 
  • The Australian Curriculum - English, Maths, Science, History, Geography and Health
  • QLD Curriculum (Essential Learnings) - Technology, The Arts and Languages Other Than English in Years 5 and 6.
  • The Early Years Curriculum Guidelines – Social and Personal Learning, Health and Physical Learning and Active Learning Processes
 

Helpful Curriculum Links:

  • The Australian Curriculum sets consistent national standards to improve learning outcomes for all young Australians. It sets out, through content descriptions and achievement standards, what students should be taught and achieve, as they progress through school. It is the base for future learning, growth and active participation in the Australian community.

  • The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) is a statutory body of the Queensland Government. Who provide Kindergarten to Year 12 syllabuses, guidelines, assessment, reporting, testing and certification services for Queensland schools.

  • The Early Years Curriculum Guidelines (EYCG) provide teachers with a framework for interacting with children, and planning, assessing and reflecting on an effective Preparatory Year curriculum. The guidelines are based on active learning for children through real-life situations, investigation and play. They incorporate descriptions of 4 early learning and development.

  • The Learning Place is DET's secure eLearning environment providing access to an innovative range of digital resources and eSpaces for teaching and learning, collaborating and networking.