The Victorian Curriculum F–10 is the curriculum for Victorian schools. It incorporates the Australian Curriculum and reflects Victorian standards and priorities. The curriculum is accessed from the Victorian Curriculum F–10 website, whilst resources and supporting information is available here.
The Revised Curriculum Planning and Reporting Guidelines (pdf - 1,010.58kb) provide advice for Victorian schools on the effective use of the curriculum to develop whole-school teaching and learning plans and to report student learning achievement.
A range of resources have been developed to support the implementation of the Victorian Curriculum including information regarding curriculum planning and assessment, curriculum area-specific advice, and professional learning opportunities.
In addition to resources on this website and the Victorian Curriculum F–10 website, the VCAA also provides the Curriculum Planning Resource portal, designed to support school leaders to plan and document a comprehensive whole-school curriculum.
For a visual guide to assist locating key information and resources related to the Victorian Curriculum F–10, please see the Quick Guide
Teaching teams work closely together to plan and deliver curriculum. Term planning; along with weekly level planning meetings enable teachers to meet the learning needs of all students. Teaching approaches, strategies and assessment are comprehensively planned to maximise student learning. Students work in class and mixed class groups, in small groups, pairs and individually.
Literacy and Numeracy at Eastwood
Literacy and numeracy are the foundation skills for learning and success throughout life. In today’s global environment, students engage in a wide range of literacy and numeracy practices both within and outside school. More than ever, students today encounter complex technologies and academic demands for which high levels of literacy and numeracy are essential. We need to support our students to develop these vital capabilities so they can participate as active members of society.
At Eastwood, we aim to develop the literacy and numeracy capabilities of all students so they can progress and succeed through all stages of learning and throughout their lives.
At Eastwood Primary School Inquiry units are used to promote learning. This learning connects skills and knowledge from multiple experiences helping to make learning more meaningful to students. They are encouraged to be critical thinkers and problem solvers.
The classroom program is supported by the following specialist programs:
Visual Arts – students participate in weekly sessions in the art room. Students are given the opportunity to use their creativity through a variety of materials and mediums. Your can have a look at our Instagram page eastwood_visual_art
Performing Arts – students participate in a program that allows them to experience activities such as singing, movement, listening and drama. Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of performances. The school has band and instrumental tuition is available.
Physical Education – students are exposed to a variety of activities to learn and refine basic and complex motor skills and as they progress through primary school, apply these skills in increasingly complex games and activities. Years 3 and 4 and Years 5 and 6 students also participate in an extra sports session each week. Year 5 and 6 students are involved in an interschool sports program.
Environmental Education/Sustainability/Kitchen Garden - students participate in the Sustainable Schools Program and learn skills in the school Community Vegetable Garden.
Language Other Than English (LOTE) – Students learn AUSLAN, the signing language for Australian Deaf and Hearing Impaired people. All students have a weekly AUSLAN class. For more information about AUSLAN click here.
Digital Technology - In Digital Technology students use a range of digital devices to not only access data and information but create, learn and engage in coding, robotics and other digital mediums. Utilising the schools 1:1 program as well school owned devices, students develop the knowledge and skills needed to be responsible 21st century learners and positive digital citizens.