Kinross College aims to promote high achievement and high interest for our students. We deliver a core program in the learning areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Science and Health and Physical Education.
The broad banners of The Arts, Languages, and Technology and Enterprise include specialist areas such as visual and performing arts, design technology, home economics, French, and digital media. Students have increasingly more opportunity to focus on particular subject areas as they move into Yrs 9 and 10.
All students at Kinross College have a learning entitlement as outlined in the Australian Curriculum. This sets out what young people should be taught through the specification of curriculum content from learning areas, general capabilities and cross-curricula priorities. Teachers at Kinross College are implementing the Australian Curriculum through a staged process supported by the Department of Education, via the provision of online information, teaching and learning resources and professional support.
Developing inspired, ambitious and considerate adolescents to work with passion and integrity towards excellence.
To assist parents and students, the current learning outlines are available on the curriculum resources page. These outlines cover the general program and provide an overview of assessment periods, curriculum content and concepts. The elective booklets for Yr 9 and 10 students are another source of information also available under the curriculum resources page.
Read about our English curriculum.
Read about our Mathematics curriculum.
Read about our Physical Education curriculum.
Read about The Arts curriculum.
Read about our science curriculum.
Read about our French curriculum.
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
Read about our society and environment curriculum.
TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE
Read about our Technology and Enterprise curriculum.
We respectfully acknowledge the native people, the traditional owners of the land upon which our school stands and pay respect to the elders, both past, present and future, for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.