College Reporting

Annual School Reporting

To access the current school annual report, please vist this link to the Brisbane Catholic Education School Annual Reports page.

Strategic Plan

 The strategic plan sets our direction under the three themes of Strong Catholic Identify, Excellent Learning and Teaching, and​ Buildi​ng Sustainable Futures.


The strategic plan​ identifies our aspirations and outlines the strategies for achieving these themes.



Each year, the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) releases data about the outcomes of the Year 12 cohort. The data include the number of students gaining Queensland Certificates of Education, being awarded Vocational Education and Training qualifications, the percentages of students with OPs in different bands and who received a QTAC offer.  The full explanation of these numbers and percentages is given in Reading the Table.​




 Students in Years 7 and 9 sit for the National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests managed by Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).

The NAPLAN tests are designed to assess the skills of Australian students in literacy and numeracy. The specific purposes are:
  • to collect data from the population of Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students for reporting to parents/carers and schools for systematic reporting
  • to accommodate the assessment of students against national minimum standards.

The following areas of literacy are assessed:

  • Language conventions - spelling, grammar and punctuation
  • Writing - knowledge and control of written language
  • Reading - comprehension.
In numeracy, the content areas assessed are:
  • Number
  • Measurement, chance and data
  • Space
  • Algebra, function and pattern (formal algebra for Year 9 only).
Results from the tests provide important information about children's progress in literacy and numeracy. Following the tests, schools and students  receive a statement of performance in relation to the national minimum standards.



The Next Step survey​ is undertaken by the Queensland government and targets all students who completed Year 12. The pathways are categorised into ten main destinations. Year 12 completers who were both studying and working are reported as studying for their main destination. 

To access the current school Next Step Survey Report, please visit this link to the Brisbane Catholic Education School Next Step Survey Reports page.