Kenmore South State School has collaboratively developed a Curriculum Framework that responds to the needs of students and the community, supports the development of a learning community and incorporates curriculum, pedagogy and assessment and reporting.
The Kenmore South State School Curriculum Framework aims to meet the needs of the diverse student population at Kenmore South State School.
Our school aims to develop in students the traits of being:
self-disciplined and able to respond to challenges
confident, independent and responsible
a valuable member of the community
prepared and motivated to pursue a healthy lifestyle
An unrelenting Whole of School approach to the teaching of literacy essentials via flexible groupings of students based on ‘readiness’ rather than just chronological age has resulted in 84% of our Year 3 students performing in the Upper Two Bands in the 2013 NAPLAN reading assessment. Our continued focus on the maximisation of achievement for all of our students via a differentiated approach has meant that each of our students is a successful learner.