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Fig Tree Pocket State School has collaboratively developed a Curriculum Framework that responds to the needs of students and the community, supports the development of a learning community and incorporates curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting.

The Fig Tree Pocket State School Curriculum Framework aims to meet the needs of our diverse student population. Each year level overview may be downloaded in PDF format via the links below.

Our school aims to develop students who:

  • know what to do to achieve
  • strive to achieve their best
  • set realistic goals
  • take responsibility for their learning
  • participate
  • make links anytime, any place
  • use technology innately
  • communicate to stay informed
  • connect with others
  • create, critique, publish
  • collaborate, adapt, ask questions, reflect
  • are confident
  • learn by doing
  • are open to change
  • are consumers and producers of knowledge
  • are our future.



The Japanese language is studied at Fig Tree Pocket State School from year four through to seven. These years provide a foundation which will enable learners to progress far more rapidly in later years of study.

Effective communication is fostered through the development of sociocultural knowledge, listening skills, linguistic awareness and general knowledge. By the end of year seven the students should be able to communicate their needs and converse within the limits of the functions studied in class.

The Language other than English (LOTE) program at Fig Tree Pocket State School ensures learning experiences are scaffolded and sequenced to build confidence and to support students in their endeavours to comprehend and compose language. Unit plans are aligned with the teaching and learning requirements outlined in the Education Queensland, Essential Learning documents.