The state school of Brunswick East Primary school is responsible for education 400 students. The philosophy of teaching in the school is based on inquiring and curiously looks for reasons. The belief of the school is that children will learn better when it is through sharing and inquiring collaboratively leading towards development of strong belonging sense in association with the external community. The following are the values that have been underpinned with the curriculum in the school which are creativity, respectable and filled with wonder along with being empathetic (which is inclusive of identification and understanding of other people in the community). Therefore, the guidelines of the curriculum, the interest of children, the styles of learning, acquiring knowledge and understanding the conceptions have been all considered to be of great value. The observations of the curriculum results are carried out by regular questions being asked from the teachers, children listen regularly, discussion and work analysis also being carried out within the classroom curriculum teaching (Arthur et al, 2012). Therefore, it is clear that the motivation of children is done through making them bring their personal subjects, and create their own projects to research further and investigate on the same. The education of the children offered through the curriculum is for them to become learners of life time. These learners will then be able to take up the responsibilities for individual attitudes and the acceptance to deal with results of their own selected choices. This will make them further gain the ability of communicating with their personal feelings with other peer members in their classes and also with other associates in their community in the external world.