curriculum alternatives form years 10 to 12
ACE: Accelerated Christian Education
(Available in all core subjects)
ACE uses a mastery based approach to education which, simply put, means an education system that requires
LLATL: Learning Language Arts Through Literature
(English) Learning Language Arts Through Literature is a complete language arts program at every level and includes phonics, handwriting,
Used for Science from Years 7 – 12 and Social Studies from Years 7 – 12, this American based curriculum is bright, colourful and modern
Maths-U-See’s goal is to help produce confident problem solvers who enjoy the study of maths. The reason we study maths is so we can apply what we learn in everyday
Please note that ACE, LLATL, A Beka or Math-U-See do not accumulate or earn QCE points for students in Years 11 & 12.
Curriculum is one of the most important decisions for home based learners. The market is saturated with all sorts of resources and alternatives to classroom teaching, and it can be quite overwhelming to choose what the best curriculum is for your child. With our vast experience over the past 20 years of assisting home based learners, Riverside has a variety of curricula to choose from.
At Riverside we provide a superior alternative to classroom learning that has an individualised home school program for your child. The syllabus provides the necessary learning experiences to successfully progress through the various levels of their formal education.
To help us identify the most suitable curriculum and educational pathway to teach your child at home, Riverside teachers discuss with our families a range of things such as, each child’s learning style, student’s current abilities and strengths, as well as identifying areas of interests which your child has.
senior qce pathway (op & non-op)
Don’t get confused by all of the options, talk to one of our helpful senior guidance teachers to help you understand the best options you need in order to reach your career and goals. Students at senior level have the option to work towards The Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
To be eligible for a QCE, students must:
- Obtain 20 credits from completed courses of study in Years 11 and 12.
op & non-op
Riverside Distance Education offers a broad range of options for students to obtain their Senior QCE certificate, and cater for those OP students wishing to pursue university and further study, or for those who wish to seek traineeships and early employment options.