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Curriculum

Our Australian Curriculum aligned programs are collaboratively developed and aimed at engaging all students in high-quality, meaningful learning.

The planned curriculum at Bli Bli State School is organised around the Australian Curriculum subjects English, mathematics, science, history, geography, the arts, technologies, health and physical education and languages.

Specialist teachers design programs and extra-curricular activities for all students in music and physical education and library-literacy in Prep to Year 4, Italian in Year 5 and Year 6 and instrumental music in Years 4 to 6. Additionally, all students learn foundation language skills through our innovative, school-developed oral language approach to learning. Research indicates that this approach can positively affect student performance in all areas across the curriculum particularly reading, writing and literacy.

Our commitment to ongoing improvement

Each term, teaching teams and our Head of Curriculum monitor the effectiveness and relevance of their programs and refine the upcoming learning experiences collaboratively. Through this process and with expert support from our Inclusion Team, staff take a keen interest in students as individuals and strive to ensure that all learners are given a well-rounded and informed understanding of their potential both at and beyond school.

A curriculum for life

Over recent years, our school has earned a solid and respected reputation for fostering well-rounded, positive and socially responsible children. To this end, we assist all of our students to develop personal, social and ethical capabilities suitable for all aspects of life. This is taught through our Positive Behaviour for Learning approach which is focused on our school values: Community, Commitment, Creativity and Character.

Individualised support pathways are also invoked for students in both academic and social-emotional areas to ensure those in need are supported to experience success at our school.

Improving literacy and numeracy in 2017 – Joel Batson

Our Head of Curriculum reveals how we target the fundamental areas of Oral Language and Number to develop confident literate and numerate citizens of the future.