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At Sacred Heart we are committed to providing a high quality education for our students by focussing strongly on English, Mathematics and Religious Education, complemented by specialist curriculum and other quality programs.

Our engaging curriculum is guided the Victorian Curriculum. The Victorian Curriculum F-10 sets out what every Victorian student should learn during their first eleven years of schooling. The Victorian Curriculum is the common set of knowledge and skills required by students for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship. We use the Victorian Curriculum to plan student learning programs, assess student progress and report to parents.

Our Religious Education is based on the Source of Life core documents which have been set for all schools in the Sandhurst Diocese.  In Religious Education we believe in and develop the knowledge that every child is important, valued and that all students have something special to contribute to life. Each child has the right to live happily and achieve fullness of life with God – and to grow and learn in a community where Christian values are taught and modelled daily.

In English, the students focus on the three strands of Reading, Writing and Oral Language. This is done in a variety of ways, including planned small group and whole group learning tasks as well and individual and partner activities. Sacred Heart aims to cater for all students in their English journey in a supportive yet challenging environment.

In Mathematics, the students learn within three strands of Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. In order for the students to acquire the skills needed in mathematics, our classes are structured so that both whole and focus group teaching processes form the basis of our daily learning and teaching practice. Skills are taught to target groups within the class so the learning needs of individual students are met.

Students at Sacred Heart engage in specialist Art, Music and Italian programs. The Health and Physical Education program offered at Sacred Heart incorporates both individual and team based learning and participation opportunities. Athletics, Cross Country, Winter Team Sports and Swimming programs take place annually and classes participate in Health and Physical Education lessons individually and in units.  

Our Integrated Curriculum, comprising of The Humanities, Technology and Science, is based around the concept of Inquiry Learning. This process relies heavily on the students’ own insights into what the topic is, and allows them to nominate what they want to learn about a given topic.

Sacred Heart School, Tatura

Ph (03) 5824 1841
Fax (03) 5824 2033
Email: info@shtatura.catholic.edu.au
69 - 75 Hogan St, Tatura