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The 8 Key Learning Areas (KLA’s) of mathematics, English, science, studies of society and the environment, visual arts and performing arts (music), technology, physical education and language other than English are currently taught in the primary section at Biggenden State School.

The school has redefined its curriculum offerings accordingly to meet the teaching and learning expectations of the Australian National Curriculum (ACARA).

To complement and enhance the teaching of the KLA’s, the school provides other distinctive curriculum which caters for the learning needs of all our students.

These include:

  • Individual education programs
  • Support programs
  • Extension programs
  • Classroom music program
  • Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Progam
  • Swimming program, term 1 and term 4 


At Biggenden State School, sport is an integral part of our student’s lives.

Interhouse sport

Our school has two houses, Ajax (Purple) and Milo (Green). The houses compete in interhouse competitions such as athletics, swimming, cross country and a variety of lunch time sports.

District sport

We also compete against Coalstoun Lakes and Dallarnil State Schools in District Sporting events. These events include athletics, swimming and cross country. Other district Sports that students can trial in include: swimming, touch football, softball, netball, rugby league, soccer, tennis, cross country, athletics, cricket, AFL, basketball and softball.

North Burnett District Sport

Students who are successful in competing at the district sports can qualify to make the North Burnett Zone Sports teams to compete at regional championships.

Wide Bay School Sport

Students who are successful in competing at the regional sports can qualify to make the Wide Bay sports teams to compete at state championships.

Trade Centre subjects - 2018

  • Year 7-8 - Technology
  • Year 9-10 - Design and Technology, Engineering and Design

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program operates each Friday. Students from years 3-6 are engaged and challenged through garden and cooking lessons. The aim of the program is pleasurable food education for young children.

Some of the principles underpinning the program include: 

  • The best way to encourage children to choose food that is healthy is to engage them in fun, hands-on experiences in growing, harvesting, preparing and sharing such food at the earliest possible age.
  • Children are more likely to experiment with foods they have grown or prepared themselves.
  • Life-long eating habits develop early.

Stephanie Alexander program garden pictureStephanie Alexander program plant picture