The overarching goal for learning in Brisbane Catholic Education schools is to empower learners of all ages to shape and enrich our changing world, by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. All phases of schooling are informed through Brisbane Catholic Education's Learning Framework; Religion Curriculum; Queensland Studies Authority publications; the Australian Curriculum and government regulatory compliance requirements.
The Religion Curriculum P-12 and materials are the source for all planning of Religious Education in Brisbane Catholic Education Schools.
The Australian Curriculum will be the source of all curriculum planning, assessment and reporting for all Learning Areas covered by the Australian Curriculum.
The Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Declaration of Educational Goals for Young Australian identifies the import role education plays in building a democratic, equitable and just society.
Holy Family provides learning from BCE Religious Education and P-10 Australian Curriculum in the following areas:
Learning in Brisbane Catholic Education schools is underpinned by the beliefs that all learners require:
Holy Family Catholic Primary School is committed to planning and providing a high quality, 21st century Catholic education; an education focussed on development of the human person created whole in the image and likeness of God, bring faith, life and culture into our school life. Our dedicated and professional staff deliver personalised and authentic learning opportunities for all students.
Holy Family's staff want every child to achieve a high stand of learning and be given opportunity to celebrate their success and talents.
Teachers at Holy Family plan collaboratively with the Primary Learning Leader, Learning Support Teacher and BCE Curriculum Consultants using the learning and teaching Cycle to create unique, meaningful and challenging learning for our learners.
Holy Family's curriculum outlines how it provides "the entitlement of each student to knowledge, understand and skills that provide a foundation for successful and lifelong learning and participation in the Australian community" (Shape of the Australian Curriculum, v3.0)
Teachers will plan, teach, assess and report using the Australian Curriculum for:-
English, Maths, Science and HASS
Health and Physical Education
Technologies (Digital and Design)