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Warners Bay High School

Warners Bay High School

Quality Education for All

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Future Focused Learning

At Warners Bay High School, we are preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s world.

Future Focused Learning prepares students across all curriculum areas and learning stages with skills and capabilities to thrive in a rapidly changing and interconnected world. It connects students and engages their sense of curiosity.

Students currently in high school are predicted to have 17 different employers in 5 different career types. By 2030 workers will spend 30% more time learning on the job; 100% more time at work solving problems, 41% more time in critical thinking, 77% more time using science and maths skills, and 17% more time using verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

The Seven Survival Skills of the 21st Century encompass; critical thinking and problem solving, collaboration and leading by influence, agility and adaptability, initiative and entrepreneurialism, effective oral and written communication, accessing and analysing information, curiosity and imagination. Future focused learning ensures we are teaching our students the skills they will need for their future.

The general capabilities in the Australian Curriculum and learning across the curriculum content in NSW syllabuses cover the knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions that will assist students to actively shape their future.

Students develop these capabilities when they apply knowledge and skills confidently, effectively and appropriately in complex and changing circumstances, in their learning at school and in their lives outside school.

Cross curriculum content enriches and supports the learning areas and adds depth to student learning.

In NSW students study a range of learning across the curriculum content.

Cross curriculum priorities

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures 
  • Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia 
  • environmental and economic sustainability

General capabilities

  • critical and creative thinking 
  • ethical understanding 
  • information and communication technology capability 
  • intercultural understanding 
  • literacy 
  • numeracy 
  • personal and social capability

Other learning across the curriculum areas

  • civics and citizenship
  • difference and diversity
  • work and enterprise.

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