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Lesmurdie Primary School is committed to a high-quality teaching and learning program and evidence-based approaches to ensure continuous progress, year on year, for all students. We actively engage digital technologies to inspire innovation, risk-taking and creative thinking to improve student outcomes. Our involvement in initiatives such as the Robotics showcase and the STAWA Science Talent Search indicate our commitment to building our students’ STEM skills to strengthen post-school opportunities and enhance students’ curiosity and creativity.
Our Kindergarten program is underpinned by the Kindergarten Curriculum Guidelines and the Early Years Learning Framework. Our Kindergarten team provide age-appropriate learning opportunities that take into account diverse family, cultural, linguistic and community influences.
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 curriculum is developed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority who are responsible for Kindergarten to Year 12 curriculum, assessment, standards and reporting for all Western Australian schools.
In addition to meeting the requirements of the Authority, Lesmurdie Primary School’s curriculum aligns with the WA Department of Education’s Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting policy and procedures.