Curriculum - Curriculum


Aberfeldie Primary School provides a comprehensive and challenging curriculum with a focus on achieving high standards in Literacy, Numeracy and world knowledge. An Integrated Inquiry approach is used across the school to encourage students to ask key questions for investigation on topics.

The school has developed scope and sequence of topics identifying the appropriate conceptual ideas important for students to learn that is in line with the Victorian Curriculum.

Our curriculum uses the Victorian Curriculum in English, Mathematics, History and Science. The Victorian Curriculum F–10 sets out what every student should learn during their first eleven years of schooling. The curriculum is the common set of knowledge and skills required by students for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship.

Teachers use the standards to plan teaching programs and use them as the basis of assessment and reporting of student achievement. The standards are set at a challenging competence level and are based on research indicating what students at that level are developmentally capable of achieving.


The strands and domains are:

Physical, Personal and Social Learning

  • Health and Physical Education

  • Interpersonal Development

  • Personal learning

  • Civics and Citizenship

Discipline-based Learning:

  • The Arts

  • English

  • The Humanities : Economics, Geography, History

  • Languages Other Than English: Japanese

  • Mathematics

  • Science

Interdisciplinary Learning:

  • Communication
  • Design, Creativity and Technology
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Thinking Processes


Aberfeldie Primary School is committed to preparing students for the future and actively promotes the use of a broad range of digital technology learning tools across all curriculum areas.