Our Curriculum Philosophy


At Wisdom, we wholeheartedly embrace a holistic approach to education, recognizing that each child possesses their own set of unique gifts, interests, and talents. Our core belief is that education should be a journey of exploration and development, and we are committed to providing a wide array of career pathways to cater to individual aspirations.

We pride ourselves on the adaptability of our teaching methods, selecting the most suitable pedagogical approaches for each task, context, content, and learner. Our toolkit includes diverse techniques such as Direct Instruction, Project Based Learning, and Experiential Learning. We draw inspiration from renowned learning frameworks such as Bloom’s Taxonomy and Maslow’s Art and Science of Teaching.

What sets us apart is our commitment to ‘The Wisdom Way.’ Unlike adhering to a one-size-fits-all pedagogical framework, we’ve crafted a curriculum philosophy that is tailored specifically to our context, community, and students. Grounded in the principles of differentiation and personalized learning, ‘The Wisdom Way’ ensures consistency in our students’ education. It equips them not only with a deep understanding of content but also with the skills to think critically, collaborate effectively, solve problems creatively, and innovate for the future.

In our approach, we align with the Australian Curriculum from Prep to Year 10, and for Year 11 and 12 General and Applied subjects, we follow the guidelines set by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA). Moreover, we offer a diverse range of vocational subjects and collaborate with external providers to deliver these, expanding the horizons of our students.

At Wisdom, we are dedicated to empowering each student to discover their path, develop their talents, and reach their full potential. Join us on a transformative educational journey that values individuality and fosters excellence.