Corinda State High School develops students who are prepared with the learning dispositions to engage in the future world, based on a solid curriculum foundation underpinned by core priorities of Literacy and Numeracy.
Corinda State High School's Pedagogical Framework (under Related Links) guides all teaching staff to deliver evidence driven teaching and learning practices that are consistent, effective and inclusive. This Framework reflects that there are important and strong interrelationships between curriculum delivery, wellbeing and pedagogy
Teachers develop their pedagogical practices through the use of the Gradual Release of Responsibility instructional model, underpinned by high impact teaching strategies drawn from the evidence of Hattie, Wiliam, Fisher & Frey, Sharratt and Ritchardt. In utilising these purposeful strategies, teachers actively engage students in the learning process and encourage their agency in learning.
The Framework ultimately provides the tools to improve student outcomes and develops learners for the future and contribute to shaping the life-long Corinda learner who possess integrity, compassion, curiosity and drive.