At Our Lady’s, we believe our Curriculum Vision provides the outline that informs and guides our teaching and learning. In partnership with parents, students, and the wider community we seek to provide an environment where all learners are valued.  We recognise that everyone learns in a variety of ways and will be encouraged to develop into reflective and self-directed learners who are on a journey of life-long learning.

The Curriculum of Our Lady’s is designed to enable learners to be active and effective participants in their learning as well as in their local and wider community. 

We are committed to planning and providing high quality, 21st Century Catholic education that engages and challenges each member of our learning community.  We work to shape and enrich our changing world, by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our dedicated and professional teaching staff deliver unique and authentic learning opportunities for all. We want every student to meet their full potential, academically, socially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually, and be given the opportunity to celebrate their success and talents.


Our Learning Culture

Learning at Our Lady’s requires everyone in the school community to be LIFELONG LEARNERS.  We encourage all to adopt a GROWTH MINDSET towards the process of learning and continually reflect on their own learning for ongoing improvement.

"Everyone knows that learning matters and is valued and celebrated"

Learning at Our Lady’s is: 

  • Based on the belief that everyone can be successful.
  • Flexible, adaptable, and responsive to the individual needs of each learner.
  • Focused on developing deep learning across the curriculum.
  • Built on relationships that are positive, nurturing, and respectful.
  • Everyone is responsible for the teaching and learning and results of the school.