Bastow Leading Curriculum & Assessment

Connected school teams, consisting of a member of the principal class and two teacher leaders (one with a classroom leadership focus, one with a team leadership focus) develop their collective understanding of how to: 

  • draw upon understandings of students and community to better design for learning
  • coherently connect, align and balance curriculum offerings across schools 
  • expand understanding of the possibilities for more powerful and authentic assessment
  • apply quality principles for curriculum and assessment design
  • lead and support colleagues to improve their curriculum and assessment design practices
  • make clearer connections between the curriculum in Victoria and the locally enacted curriculum
  • actively shape a culture to achieve learning excellence



Who have we partnered with?
  • Armadale Primary School
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Bastow Institute
  • Berwick Fields PS
  • Carlton Primary School
  • Catholic Diocese of Ballarat Education Office
  • Dandenong West Primary School
  • Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Derrimut Primary School
  • Elisabeth Murdoch College
  • Eltham High School
  • Footscray Primary School
  • Grovedale College
  • MACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools
  • Monash University
  • Mother of God School, Ardeer
  • Prahran High School
  • Roxburgh Homestead Primary School
  • St Francis de Sales Primary School Lynbrook
  • St Joseph's Crib Point
  • St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School
  • St Paul the Apostle, Doreen
  • William Ruthven College
  • Wonga Park Primary School
Dandenong West Primary SchoolPrahran High SchoolMother of God School, ArdeerAustralian Catholic UniversityFootscray Primary SchoolBerwick Fields PSDerrimut Primary SchoolMACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic SchoolsCatholic Diocese of Ballarat Education OfficeMonash UniversityDepartment of Education and Early Childhood DevelopmentCarlton Primary SchoolEltham High SchoolSt Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School
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