St Luke's Catholic Primary School

Woodvale

17 Duffy Terrace
Woodvale WA 6026
admin@stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au

Curriculum Expectations and Reporting at St Luke's 2017

Teaching
Programming and assessing with the WA Curriculum in Maths, English and Science and Humanities and Social Sciences.

Explicit teaching of Spelling, Reading Comprehension and Grammar (based on Diana Riggs programs) as part of the English Learning Area.

Curriculum Priority 2016
Engaging in deep learning pedagogy
A focus on improving the numeracy outcomes using problem solving and higher order thinking skills.

Reporting

Semester 1 Semester 2
Maths Maths
Number and Algebra Number and Algebra
Measurement and Geometry Measurement and Geometry
Statistics & Probability Statistics & Probability (if it was not reported on in Semester 1)
English English
Reading and Viewing Reading and Viewing
Writing Writing
Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking (if it was not reported on in Semester 1)
Humanities and Social Sciences Humanities and Social Sciences
PP-2: History PP-2: Geography
3 - 6: Geography 3/4/5/6: Civics and Citizenship
  5/6: Economics and Business

Science- whole school approach using Primary Connections (all Science strands covered over the year)


Religious Education- All RE units will be covered over the year.
Liturgical seasons and sacramental units are covered at the same time throughout the school.


Physical Education- Is taught, assessed and reported on for both Semester One and Semester Two.


Health- In line with CEWA expectations, the Keeping Safe Child Protection Curriculum is covered in every year grade throughout the school. Health is reported on in both Semester One and Semester Two.


Languages- Italian is taught, assessed and reported on in Semester One and Semester Two.


Arts- Dance/Music/Art
Reported on in either Semester One or Semester Two


Grading*

Letter grade Achievement descriptor
A - Excellent The student demonstrates excellent achievement of what is expected for this year level.
B - High The student demonstrates high achievement of what is expected for this year level.
C - Satisfactory The student demonstrates satisfactory achievement of what is expected for this year level.
D - Limited The student demonstrates limited achievement of what is expected for this year level.
E - Very low The student demonstrates very low achievement of what is expected for this year level.

* Taken from School Curriculum Standards Authority