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Outdoor learning: Years 7 and 8

Students at this stage Typically, students in Years 7 and 8 develop skills and knowledge to undertake more extended journeys in natural environments, and develop skills of interdependence within the group. They develop higher levels of skill and have …

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Food and wellbeing: Years 3 and 4

In Years 3 and 4, students develop a sense of self and ownership of their ideas and thinking about their peers and communities and as consumers. They become aware of the role of those working in design and technologies occupations and how they think about …

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Food and wellbeing: Years 9 and 10

In Years 9 and 10, students further develop their ability to maintain personal health and wellbeing and contribute in civic, social and economic ways. Students question and critically analyse social, cultural and political factors that influence health, …

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Online safety: Years 5 and 6

In Years 5 and 6, students learn to balance the benefits offered by technology with a critical awareness of their own online behaviour and the online behaviour of others. They begin to explore strategies for protecting the rights of others online including …

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Consumer and financial literacy: Year 3

The diverse circumstances in which children grow up influence their needs, wants, perceptions and behaviours related to financial and consumer matters. Typically, at age eight to nine, parents regulate how children manage their needs and wants within …

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Consumer and financial literacy: Year 4

The diverse circumstances in which children grow up influence their needs, wants, perceptions and behaviours related to financial and consumer matters. Typically, at age eight to nine, parents regulate how children manage their needs and wants within …

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Consumer and financial literacy: Year 10

Young people grow up in diverse circumstances. At age 15 to 16, there is a divergence in young people’s sophistication in relation to financial management attitudes. Unique family circumstances strongly influence young people’s notions of their future …

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