Victorian Curriculum

The Victorian Curriculum, Foundation - 10 set out what every student should learn during their thirteen years of schooling.

The curriculum is the common set of knowledge and skills required by students for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship.

The learning areas and capabilities are set by the Victorian Department of Education and discussed during the student support group.

Ultimately the key learning for each individual student is designed through discussions between parents and school staff and where appropriate, the students.

The Victorian Curriculum offers flexibility to tailor teaching in ways to provide relevant learning opportunities for all students.

The individual program obviously changes over the course of the thirteen years of schooling with differing emphasis based on student progress and needs.

The Victorian Curriculum includes levels that focus on progressing students from the pre-intentional to intentional engagement in learning.

The learning areas can include The Arts, English, Health and Physical Education, Humanities, Mathematics, Science and Technologies.