Faith Christian School has an extensive range of co-curricular 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.
In addition, our Resources team works with the Curriculum team to distribute academic workbooks to our families each Term. Learn more about how we can support your family’s learning below!
Paper-based workbooks are a key component of learning in Primary. If your student is in Prep to Year 6, you will receive a pack of printed workbooks and some support materials, where appropriate, in the Post for the start of each term.
This is included in school fees and will be sent by our Resource Team to the postal address on file (no opt-in necessary). Please view your current address information in the Sentral Parent Portal to ensure it is correct.
Lesson delivery at Faith for students in Years 7-9 involves unit workbooks (digital and printable) accompanied with live video lessons. Printed workbooks are optional.
Digital workbooks are made accessible on the class pages in Learning@Faith at the start of the term. If you wish to print, you can download and print at home or order them to be printed by our Resource team (fees apply).
Year 10 students complete some subjects using digital unit workbooks (printable upon request), whereas other subjects are taught using Learning@Faith only.
Years 11-12 work through online QCAA courses and vocational courses and are responsible for sourcing their own materials. A variety of textbooks and novels are available to loan out of Faith’s Library Resource Hub, upon request.
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. For more information on hire costs and conditions for your child, please contact our Resources team.
Faith’s P-10 curriculum is written entirely by our team of curriculum writers. Browse our library of blogs, articles and more below!
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