Our teaching/learning program is based on Queensland
Studies Authority syllabi. We adapt and modify to
meet local needs and individual’s needs through the
compilation of School Based Programs, which have
been validated by Brisbane Catholic Education.
connected curriculum is a feature within the Key
Learning Areas focussing the development on the
roles for Life Long Learning - Effective Communicator,
Leader and Collaborator, Community Contributor,
Quality Producer, Designer and Creator and Active Investigator.
» BCE Position on the teaching of Phonics
» Brisbane Catholic Education Learning Framework
The learning experiences and programs provide for differences in learning abilities and guide
individuals to their own level of achievement by allowing opportunities for all children to
achieve their full potential in all areas.
In 2014, St Anthony's will be implementing the Key learning Areas of Geography from the new Australian Curriculum.
The formal school curriculum takes in the following Key Learning Areas: -
Studies of Society & Environment/History
Health & Physical Education
Cultural Literacy Years 6 Japanese
» Model of Pedagogy
St Anthony's accepts students with a wide range of abilities. Encouragement is given to promote
individual excellence and self-esteem by enabling students to achieve a level of mastery
commensurate with their own abilities and with their particular stage of development.
The Catholic Special Education Services provide specialised services and personnel to meet
the needs of the students and to support their teachers. These include: -
Support Teacher – Inclusive Education who offers support either in the classroom or through
periods of withdrawal for individual tuition.
Advisory Visiting Teachers support teachers with students who have special needs eg. Hearing
and physical impairment.
A formal process exists for the referral of children. Parent notification is given prior to children
attending any learning support.