Our committed and professional staff aim to provide a quality education, supporting students to achieve their first life choices upon completion of their secondary education. We’re committed to making a difference in our teaching and learning, and have a shared, cohesive approach to program planning, assessment and reporting. To that end we offer a range of subjects that cater for students in terms of academic, vocational, and social development.

We value the capabilities of critical thinking and problem solving and strive to offer opportunities where students can develop these attributes in meaningful ways, in line with the prescribed curricula.

View our 2024 curriculum handbook to learn more.

Visit curriculum in South Australia for more information.

Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum

The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum (KS:CPC) is required for all children and young people in our school. It’s taught each year by teachers who have completed a full-day KS:CPC training course.  

It teaches children to: 

  • recognise abuse and tell a trusted adult about it 
  • understand what touching is appropriate and inappropriate  
  • understand ways of keeping themselves safe. 

Visit Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum information for parents and carers for more information. 

Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum is taught in our school. 

We use the curriculum to: 

  • plan student learning 
  • monitor and assess student progress 
  • report student progress to parents 
  • support student wellbeing. 

The curriculum learning areas are: 

  • English  
  • mathematics  
  • science  
  • humanities and social sciences – history, geography, economics and business, civics and citizenship 
  • the arts – dance, drama, music, media arts, visual arts 
  • technologies – design and technologies, digital technologies 
  • health and physical education  
  • languages. 

Course counselling for 2024

Students are encouraged to work with parents and carers and Community Leaders to plan carefully for their chosen pathway and to consider studying subjects at a higher level where appropriate. Commencing SACE subjects at year 10 is highly recommended. It’s extremely important that lines of communication remain open between students, families and Community staff. Please contact Community Leaders with any questions or concerns.