Religious Education is the first learning area in Catholic schools. It enables young people to understand, explain and justify the Christian message as it is handed on by the Catholic church to those who follow Christ in today’s world. Through a process of cultural, systematic and critical reflection students learn the teachings of the Gospel and how to live Christian lives.
The Western Australian Curriculum
St Patrick’s Primary School follows the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline, which is for all students from Kindergarten to Year 10.
The Pre-primary to Year 10 Western Australian Curriculum provides a coherent and comprehensive set of prescribed content and achievement standards which schools use to plan student learning programs, assess student progress and report to parents.
The Western Australian curriculum encompasses ACARA's Australian curriculum English, Mathematics and Science. In addition, year-level syllabuses for Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education, Technologies, The Arts and Languages remain broadly consistent with the Australian curriculum but have been contextualised to make them more suitable for Western Australian students and teachers.
For the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline, please go to:
St Patrick’s Reporting to Parents—PP to Year 6
Parent Information Evening
Semester One- Student Achievement written report—PP to Year 6
Classroom Open Night
Parent Interviews on request
Semester Two - Student Achievement written report—PP to Year 6
For more School Curriculum and Standards Authority information about reporting on student achievement, please go to: https://k10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au/home/policy/policy-standards/reporting-on-student-achievement