At Moranbah State High School, we place emphasis on a curriculum that embeds and supports:
- Information and communication technology capability
- Critical and creative thinking
- Personal and social capability
- Ethical understanding
- Intercultural understanding.
Moranbah State High School's Junior curriculum is based upon the Australian Curriculum and the P-12 Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework.
The Australian Curriculum
The Australian Curriculum is being progressively developed by the Australia Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) in a phase-in approach. ACARA is responsible for developing a world-class national curriculum that will inspire and challenge Australian Students. The development of the Australian Curriculum represents a commitment by all Australian states and territories to work together to develop a common curriculum. It makes clear to parents, teachers and students what young people should be taught and the quality of learning that is expected for them wherever they go to school in Australia.
The Australian Curriculum is presented online at www.australiancurriculum.edu.au to enable all Australians to see what is being taught across the nation. The ACARA website (www.acara.edu.au) also has general information and support documents available.