Geography is organised by two strands: Geographical Concepts and Skills and Geographical Knowledge.
Strand: Geographical Concepts and Skills
|Place, space and interconnection|
|Data and information|
Strand: Geographical Knowledge
Levels A – D
Foundation – Level 2
|Places and our connections to them|
|Levels 3 and 4||Diversity and significance of places and environments|
|Levels 5 and 6||Factors that shape places and influence interconnections|
|Levels 7 and 8||Water in the world|
|Landforms and landscapes|
|Place and liveability|
|Levels 9 and 10||Biomes and food security|
|Environmental change and management|
|Geographies of interconnection|
|Geographies of human wellbeing|
In Geography, students progress along a curriculum continuum that provides the first achievement standard at Foundation – Level 2 and then at Levels 4, 6, 8 and 10.
A 'Towards Foundation Levels A to D' curriculum is provided for students with disabilities or additional learning needs in this curriculum area.