Longreach State High School's Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Plan is updated annually to reflect the current direction of our school priorities, curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting.
Vision for Longreach State High School
Longreach State High School provides an inclusive, caring and rigorous learning environment that engages our students and challenges them to grow academically, socially, emotionally, physically and creatively to their full potential. Students are encouraged to develop a social conscience which enables them to contribute to their family, school and the wider community.
Curriculum, Reporting and Assessment Plan, in alignment with the P-12 Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework, (P-12 CARF), consists of the following aspects to achieve the goals of improved student outcomes:
- School Curriculum Plan
- Provision of whole curriculum, moderation processes and assessment
- Year and/or band plans and related summative assessment
- Unit Plans with opportunities for moderation at multiple junctures
- School Assessment Schedule
- Formative Assessment
- Summative Assessment
- School Reporting Plan
Longreach State High School uses the three levels of planning to:
- align (vertically and horizontally) curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting of the Australian Curriculum;
- monitor progress towards school improvement priorities;
- quality assure the curriculum provision for all students using moderation and auditing processes;
- ensure resource allocation supports the stated vision and priorities; and
- share the school's plan for curriculum delivery with parents/carers and the wider school community.