Both the Australian Curriculum and the Alice Springs Declaration on educational
goals for young Australians promotes excellence and equity. Furthermore, it aims for all
young Australians to become confident and creative individuals, successful
lifelong learners, and active and informed members of the community.
The Australian Curriculum will be the source of all curriculum planning, assessment and reporting for all
Learning Areas covered by the Australian Curriculum. Such
challenges require the school community to focus on an understanding of: Learning and Teaching at St. Joseph's A concept underpinning contemporary education is personalised learning. There has been much research on the concept of Personalised Learning which consists of five core elements:
The BCE model of pedagogy brings together the principles and practices of learning and teaching that lead to success for all learners.
These principles and practices arise out of the beliefs and values of the BCE Learning and Teaching Framework and an evidence-base upon which teachers can construct their practice to ensure that all students are progressing in their learning and development.
It provides a common language for planning and reflecting on learning and teaching in our Catholic schools.
Learning in the 21st Century, immerses our children as creative thinkers who will explore creative (multiple/varied) ways of dealing with solving problems and providing skills to adapt to jobs that do not yet exist. Catholic School's approach to curriculum and pedagogy are deeply rooted in faith, empowering students with the essential knowledge, skills capacities and capabilities for active citizenship and lifelong learning.