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Curriculum

​The Windera State School Curriculum Plan outlines how the school addresses curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting (in line with the P-6 Curriculum, Assessment and reporting Framework). It provides links between Education Queensland documents and school based documents. Windera Curriculum is developed around P-6 ACARA whilst adapting the C2C resources provided by Education Queensland.
The school is committed to developing teacher practices through professional development focusing on aspects of curriculum implementation and assessment and the incorporation of a proactive approach to planning and teaching. This is evidenced by the development of rigorous units, innovative use of ICT and the incorporation of a variety of productive pedagogies within quality programs. The continued implementation and review of the Windera State School Curriculum Framework is aimed at further enhancing teacher proficiency in curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, moderation and reporting practices.

At Windera State School we have developed a common understanding that Curriculum cannot be confined to the boundaries of a syllabus. There are many contributing factors such as the community, environment, resources, pedagogy, values and relationships. Windera State School Staff are committed to working collaboratively to create a working and enacted curriculum document that maximizes teaching and learning, in which students are the focus. Windera State School’s Curriculum Framework is regularly updated to reflect the current direction of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting. It is endorsed by the staff and P and C.