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Buderim Mountain State School aims to teach the Australian Curriculum in a way that is engaging and challenging to students. The learning journey is an individual process and we do our best to ensure each child feels supported. We analyse our students’ needs and develop positive relationships to ensure we are preparing them for future success. Our parents play a vital role and we encourage you to take an active part in their education, both at school and at home.
 
The current Australian Curriculum taught at our school includes:
·         English
·         Mathematics
·         Science
·         Humanities and Social Sciences (History, Geography,
          Economics &  Business Studies, Civics and Citizenship)
·         Technologies (Design & Digital)
·         Health & Physical Education
·         The Arts (Music, Dance & Drama)
·         Language (Japanese studies for students in Years 5 & 6)
 
Our passionate and dedicated teaching staff implements this curriculum with support from teachers specialised in the fields of languages, health, physical education and the arts.
 
 
Technologies (Digital & Design) are taught in Prep to Year 6. While most year levels have an integrated approach to these subjects, sometimes we conduct this curriculum as a stand-alone subject.
To read more about our school computer and technology programs visit our extra-curricular page here
We also help students develop their personal and social capabilities, to provide them with self-awareness, and empower them to create positive relationships in all other areas of their current and future lives. Buderim Mountain State School students learn to identify and manage their emotions, effectively communicate, build positive and empathetic relationships, make informed decisions, problem solve, work as a team and develop their leadership skills.
Children who have well-developed personal and social skills will find it easier to navigate life, enabling them to lead fulfilling adult lives as productive citizens.

 
 
 
 
 
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    Buderim Mountain State School sets a minimum amount of weekly homework to reinforce the concepts taught during the school day and encourage good student routines. Common components of homework will include reading, spelling and mathematics activitie

  • Curriculum Information

    ​Buderim Mountain State School aims to teach the Australian Curriculum in a way that is engaging and challenging to students.