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Mandurah Catholic College is committed to having a 21st century curriculum that is based on the expectation that all students have the ability to learn and the motivation to meet the challenges of a broad education. The College provides Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary School education K-12 (Kindergarten to Year 12). The curriculum at Mandurah Catholic College is developed from the West Australian Curriculum, the WA Curriculum Framework from Pre-Primary – Year 10 and the Catholic Education of WA (CEWA) Religious Education Guidelines K-12. There is an emphasis on the Australian Curriculum and digital learning, as well as a varied curriculum that can be tailored to suit the needs of students of differing ability and with diverse career aspirations, whether they are university bound, considering TAFE and/or apprenticeships or seeking employment after Year 12 graduation.

Learning programs are developed to cater for the diverse range of student abilities and interests, both educational and spiritual, in every year group.

Students in all year groups have a varied choice of subjects that offer a stimulating and engaging curriculum. Teachers at Mandurah Catholic College pride themselves on providing every student the opportunity to make full use of their intellect in engaging and interactive lessons; a rich and diverse curriculum that is rigorous and challenging ensures that every student develops skills and knowledge for further study, their future profession and for life.

Staff aspire to fully address the needs of these young people as they attempt to formulate the significance of the world around them. The supportive environment encourages students to continue their exploration of the physical, social and technological world with confidence, to take risks, enjoy challenges and become responsible independent learners.

The College is committed to:

  • Providing all students with engaging and stimulating lessons
  • Offering a diverse array of subjects
  • Catering for students with special needs
  • Providing students with a range of religious, cultural and sporting opportunities in practical and theoretical settings
  • Providing mixed ability groups and streamed classes on a needs basis to enhance sequential development of skills and subject matter for all
  • Providing up-to-date technology for the enhancement of student learning through the use of digital devices to access rich, current digital content.