At Sunshine Coast Grammar School the curriculum comprises rich learning experiences based on the Australian Curriculum and Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority and implemented through our own Vision for Learning.
Each learning program is designed to specifically reflect the Grammar pedagogical principles. Teachers plan collaboratively to ensure these principles make a positive impact on the Australian and Queensland Curriculum requirements. These principles are:
Principle of Difference
The unique learning needs of the students and catering for individual characteristics.
Principle of Relevance
Learning experiences are relevant, meaningful and engaging with authentic assessment.
Principle of Continuity
Learning experiences are aligned to ensure a continuous pathway with consistent pedagogy within year levels and throughout the learning stages.
Principle of Active Thinking
Learning experiences are designed to ensure students develop their thinking skills. Students not only remember and understand concepts, they are encouraged to apply, analyse, evaluate and design as part of the learning journey.
Congratulations to our Year 12 2014 graduates on their outstanding academic achievements and their successful endeavours across a diverse range of cultural, community and sporting arenas. Five of our Year 12 2014 graduates achieved the pinnacle of academic success with an OP 1; 32% achieved in the OP 1 – 5 range and 95% achieved in the OP 1 – 15 range.
At SCGS we are focussed on developing a mindset for the future and our goal is for each and every Year 12 graduate to be working or studying towards a career that not only values their talents but for which they have real passion and purpose.