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Have your say - Currimundi in 2022


The nature of work is changing, some students who are about to enter Prep will likely land on Mars, we will have self-driving electric cars, 3-D printed organs and even entire buildings, and so much more that cannot be anticipated.

The school is reviewing our strategic direction to ensure we best prepare your children for the rapidly changing future. We seek your input as part of this review.

We know that we will be delivering the Australian Curriculum comprehensively by 2020 (and this is a given).  Let’s not think too far into the future. Let’s start by thinking over the next four years - to 2022.

  • Name
  • Email address
  • What skills, attitudes and knowledge do you think our young people need to be best equipped to meet the challenges in the future?
  • What do you think Currimundi State School could do more of or do better?
  • What Currimundi State School could do less of or improve upon?
  • Other ideas:

​You might be interested in downloading the Foundation for Young Australian’s 'New Work Order series summary to capture a snapshot of some of the big changes. 

The Future is Now: General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum

Every Student Succeeding - State Schools Strategy 2018-2022

The Department of Education through Currimundi State School is collecting information in accordance with Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 in order to help us prepare our child for the future at Currimundi State School by 2022. The information will only be accessed by Department of Education and Training. The information will not be given to any other person or agency unless consent is provided.