At St Ursula’s, we know that each student is unique and has different interests, abilities, career aspirations and goals.
The curriculum is delivered in ways that are stimulating, supportive and challenging. Student learning is empowered and enhanced by our new learning spaces, which are innovative, flexible and technology-rich.
The College follows the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) syllabus for each course offered and implements the curriculum requirements of Sydney Catholic Schools. As well as our own Ursuline Learning Framework, teaching is informed by the Statement on Authentic Learning in Sydney Archdiocesan Schools.
All Years 7 and 9 students complete the National Assessment of Performance in Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) each year, with results usually provided to parents in August.
In Years 11 and 12, we believe it is important for students to undertake an appropriate pattern of study that will enable them to achieve success in the Higher School Certificate (HSC). Our teachers work alongside our students to prepare them well for university, TAFE or, other tertiary options, and for their future careers.