Paper-based workbooks are a key component of learning in Primary and are printed by our Resources team and distributed each Term. Learn more about curriculum resources and co-curricular resources below.
P-6 Unit Workbooks that are distributed each term are intended to be written in and are for one-time use. These do not need to be returned.
All other Faith Resources (novels, science kits, musical instruments, math counters, textbooks, etc.) are borrowed items and must be returned at the end of the term, semester or school year. You can return resources in the following ways:
Faith provides hardcopy curriculum workbooks for Years Prep – 6. Each term, our Resource team communicates this process via email to families. Families are emailed at the start of the process and asked their preference as to whether they would like to pick up resources for a local pick up point or pay for postage to the nominated address. More information will be provided to parents closer to the resource collection timeframe and process each term.
Current Faith parent? Please visit this page for 2023 Curriculum Resources and Subject Selection.
Paper-based workbooks are a key component of learning in Primary and are printed by our Resources team and distributed each Term.
For Secondary students (Years 7-9), lesson delivery transitions to a hybrid model of learning. Students work through a digital unit workbook with links to videos. This is accompanied by live lessons. From 2023, Secondary students may choose to work from a hardcopy of the unit workbook. You can opt to print at home or have it printed at our Faith head office and posted to you (printing and postage fee applies). Click here to learn more and register.
Faith Christian School has an extensive range of resources available for families, from musical instruments through to educational games, science and stem kits, along with a resource library of fiction and non-fiction books to support your child’s learning.
A wide variety of library books are available to meet the needs of all reading abilities and interests — from picture books through to novels and classic fiction. The collection also includes a range of Christian resources as a unique offering for our Faith families.
Books and educational resources are available from our Resource Centre for reading enjoyment. Families living in the South Brisbane region can access the library at head office from 9am to 3pm on school days. For those in the surrounding regions, our mobile library vans visit the Gold Coast, North Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, and the Sunshine Coast throughout the term.
From classical brass and string instruments to guitars, keyboards and drumkits, a range of musical instruments are available for hire or loan in consultation with the music specialist teachers. For more information on hire costs and conditions for your child, please contact your music specialist teacher via email. For general enquiries, contact Resources.
Faith’s P-10 curriculum is written entirely by our team of curriculum writers. Learn more about our team and the process for creating they have to share below!
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Once the units are written, it’s time to put the workbooks into production! Hear from our curriculum writers and Jacqui, our graphic designer, to learn more about the editing process.
Meet two of our curriculum writers and the steps they take to write each unit.
Behind the scenes on assessments: from the creation of assessments, the reason for due dates, and more!
Why did Faith switch up the curriculum in 2022 to follow ACARA?
How does the Faith curriculum team implement parent feedback into the units? Learn more in this video with Rita Rosehr and Jason Marshall.
Read this note from our Pastoral Care Director about what Pastoral Care at Faith looks like.
Good writing stamina and handwriting is a crucial skill for primary and secondary students. Here’s how you can focus on it today.
Students with specific learning needs and/or disability, along with their parents, are supported through high levels of consultation and collaboration and individualized learning opportunities.
Our dedicated Pastoral Care Team is here to support you with home visits, prayer and additional family support.
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Looking at enrolment with Faith in 2023? Enquire for more information!