The Australian Curriculum is designed to help students to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens. At Wellers Hill State School, we teach and assess in alignment with the Australian Curriculum, to ensure the sequence of learning from Prep to Year 6 maintains rigor and appropriateness.
The Curriculum includes a variety of learning areas. Each learning area focuses on developing subject-specific knowledges, skills, vocabulary and understanding. The eight learning areas of the Australian Curriculum include English, Mathematics, Science, Health and Physical Education, Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS), The Arts (Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Drama and Media Arts), Technologies (Digital and Design) and Languages (Japanese in Prep - 6).
Wellers Hill State School provides students with the opportunity to complete their Primary school study via two pathways, an Australian Curriculum English (ACE) pathway from Prep to Year 6 or an Australian Curriculum Japanese (ACJ) Immersion pathway from Year 1 to Year 6. Learning in both pathways is based on the Australian Curriculum. More information regarding our Curriculum Pathways please click here.
Our shared understanding of individualized education involves knowing the learner through the identification of student needs and responding to them in a planned approach so they are challenged, supported and encouraged to reach their potential. Wellers Hill State School has policies and procedures to support differentiated learning for all students across all curriculum areas.