Learning & Teaching


At St Elizabeth’s, we aim to provide a holistic curriculum that enhances the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social a​​nd physical development of students. By adopting a continually innovative approach to teaching, we strive to make learning relevant to the individual in their local and global context. Continuity of learning will be enriched by collaborative partnerships with all community stakeholders.


In accordance​​ with our Vision and Mission, we aspire to contribute to the development of socially aware, self-confident young people able to make responsible, ethical and informed choices when faced with the many complex challenges of the modern world. Our Curriculum Policy aims to reflect this.


As Catholic Educa​tors we hold fundamental values that are foundations to our work with students, parents and colleagues. We value:

  • High Quality Learning
    We value an education that fosters zest for learning, courage to take on challenges, a desire to use and extend what is learned and critical judgement when assessing against identifiable standards.
  • Stewardship
    We are called to be stewards of a sustainable future.
  • Creativity
    We value creativity, flexibility and future-oriented responses that best address the needs of the school and the wider community.
  • Mutual Accountability
    We value an educational community that reports on outcomes of work and the extent to which the goals are achieved.

Procedures, E​vents & Activities

A range of pr​​ocedures, events and activities underpin St Elizabeth’s Curriculum Policy.

    • Outcomes Based Criteria Sheets
    • Student Report Cards
    • Student Folios
    • Diagnostic Net
    • National Assessment Program (Years 3, 5 and 7)
    • Swimming Lessons
    • Sports Carnivals
    • Interschool Sport
    • Perceptual Motor Program
  • Early Years
  • Learning Support
    • Support for Students with Special Needs
    • Extension Programs
  • Technology