Curriculum is all learning planned, guided and implemented by the school.
'Curriculum' is used in the ACT to encompass all learning that is planned, guided and implemented in the school. The alignment of these elements creates the best opportunities for maximising student learning achievement. In its entirety, curriculum develops the whole child - intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally, morally and spiritually.
The purpose of curriculum is to develop each student as a learner, person, community member and contributor to society.
Student learning and development are at the centre of a school's curriculum. The aim of curriculum is to develop students as learners and as people, empowering them with the knowledge, understandings, capabilities and values to participate as active members of their community and society.