Learning at Southern Cross Catholic College is divided into four specific stages – the Early Years (EY), Junior Years (JY), Middle Years (MY) and Senior Years (SY).
Early Years (Prep – Year 2)
Teachers in the Early Years Phase of Learning plan with implement a comprehensive classroom learning program developed from the guidelines provided in the Australian Curriculum in the Learning Areas of English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, The Arts, Health and Physical Education and Technologies. Teachers ensure all students are provided with multiple opportunities to demonstrate the Achievement Standards outlined within the Australian Curriculum in a range of contexts and topics. The students are also required to demonstrate learnings in Religious Education which fulfil the requirements of Brisbane Catholic Education's Religious Education Guidelines.
Junior Years (Years 3 – 6)
The Junior Years of schooling at Southern Cross Catholic College allow students to build on their relationships with friends, staff and students from the three campuses. Academically the students are challenged to expand their skills and knowledge whilst staff are there to nurture individual abilities & foster educational success.
Middle Years (Years 7 – 9)
The Middle Years Phase of Learning incorporates Years 7 to 9. A dynamic curriculum has been created to engage and challenge student perceptions, perspectives and opinions. To achieve this we utilise the ACARA National Curriculum, along with the Brisbane Catholic Education religious education program and Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) directives.
Senior Years (Years 10 – 12)
The final Phase of Learning at Southern Cross Catholic College prepares students for entry into the world. Students continue to receive encouragement to contribute positively to the local communities and friendships are sealed for life. Leadership is featured throughout Years 11 and 12 where students are encouraged to nominate for student leadership positions including College Captains and House Captains. Students in Years 10 to 12 take on mentoring roles within the College community and are given opportunities to involve themselves with the younger students by means of sporting interaction and development, pastoral care and cultural activities such as College Musicals, Patron's Day and Mass.
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The Corporation of the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane t/a
SOUTHERN CROSS CATHOLIC COLLEGE
307 Scarborough Road Scarborough QLD 4020
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