The Curriculum includes everything, formal and informal, inside and outside the classroom, that a student experiences at St Augustine's. The curriculum consists of knowledge, thinking processes, skills and attitudes. The contribution of St Augustine's to each student's process of Lifelong Learning is planned, sequenced and seamless throughout the four developmental stages of learning at the College. Outlined below is a brief overview of the College approach to the Curriculum. More specific information can be found in the curriculum section of this website, in each of the four stage handbooks available at the office, and from information meetings staff conduct from time to time for parents about aspects of the Curriculum.
Central to planning the Curriculum for St Augustine's is the Brisbane Catholic Education Learning Framework, which has established the Roles of Lifelong Learners as the focus of learning.
The Learning Framework describes Roles for Lifelong Learners as the following: