Academic progression policy
We offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years and the Diploma Programme and an academically challenging and balanced curriculum. Both are internationally recognised, pre-university level qualifications that allows students to develop excellent breadth and depth of knowledge.
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Academic integrity policy
We act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness and justice and we respect for the dignity and rights of people everywhere. We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences.
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The Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology is committed to learning. Our Academy believes that all students are able to succeed and achieve excellence.
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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy
BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. Students attending QASMT are required to bring their own IT device to school as part of their enrolment agreement.
The BYOD requirements for 2019, including a list of approved specified IT devices and requirements for instruction at QASMT, is available in the Bring your own Device Information booklet (PDF, 580KB).
A copy of this information booklet has been sent to all families as part of the full enrolment pack.
Complaints management policy
The Academy ensures that all complaints are dealt with in a fair and equitable manner. We encourage open lines of communication between the Academy and families.
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Enrichment participation policy
We value student's involvement in enrichment activities. We believe participation develops skills and provides experience that will enhance their education. Participation in enrichment activities and school representation is a privilege that is reliant on students meeting Academies' high expectations with regard to academic progress attendance, effort and behaviour. There are a number of enrichment activities that will require in order to participate.
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Evidence of learning
We set high standards for the work that students produce. Well-presented Evidence of Learning is a valuable aspect of the teaching - learning process. It reflects a student's willingness to strive for excellence and a high level of participation in their own learning. A policy which seeks to define expected standards throughout the school is essential if high standards are to be achieved and maintained.
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Explicit improvement agenda 2019
Our vision is a world-class education that nurtures excellence and fosters global citizenship for an ever changing world.
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Home learning policy
Home learning raises standards of achievement and attainment in secondary school students by reinforcing, practising and extending upon work completed in lessons, and is crucial in the development of effective study skills, and fostering good habits for life-long learning.
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With the vision of a
“world-class education that nurtures excellence and fosters global citizenship
for an ever-changing world”, the Queensland Academy of Science Mathematics and
Technology (QASMT) is committed to providing a learning environment which
supports and maximises academic and personal success for all our students.
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Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. We create a challenging and motivating multilingual environment where the language of instruction is English. We view language as a tool for making meaning in the world.
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Managing student attendance policy
The Academy expects students to be in full time attendance at school every day during the school year and punctuality and reliability is expected. Consistent attendance at school is a significant factor in achieving better academic and social outcomes. New concepts and skills are taught and reinforced each day by the teachers. If students miss the introduction of the reinforcement of these concepts and skills, they are likely to have gaps in their learning.
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Responsible behaviour plan for students
We are committed to a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their lifelong wellbeing.
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Responsible use of technology and social media policy
We use technology as a tool to support our mission of ensuring that all students meet high academic standards and are prepared for lifelong learning and productive global citizenship. Every user needs technology skills and knowledge to succeed as an effective and productive citizen.
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School travel policy
We recognise the need for a policy that governs student travel and movement to and from school. This is particularly important at a school like QASMT where many students travel a longer distance in order to attend school. Our school Travel Policy clearly details school expectations, as well as the responsibilities of students, parents and caregivers and the school with respect to safe and responsible travel to and from school.
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Sun safety policy
We are committed to helping students realise the importance of properly protecting their skin and educate them about Sun Smart behaviour, thus reducing the risk of skin damage from exposure to the sun.
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The Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology is a uniform school and all students are required to wear the school uniform. This decision is supported by the P&C and has the support of Education Queensland.
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