The Diocesan Learning Profile (DLP) is a digital curriculum management system that has been implemented across all schools in the Toowoomba Diocese. This management system fully integrates and streamlines the five (5) pedagogical processes in the Diocesan Learning Framework (DLF): Pedagogical Learning, Planning, Teaching, Assessing and Reporting, and as such draws on Bernard Lonergan's deep and profound understanding of human learning and knowing. The fundamental purpose of the DLP is to enable the Diocesan Learning Framework to come to life in every school, every classroom and for every teacher and student in the diocese.
Teachers here at St Anthony’s were introduced to the DLP at the beginning of 2011 and since then have been planning, uploading assessment data and reporting to parents using the DLP.
By managing the curriculum via the DLP, there is more time available for teachers to focus on pedagogy, knowledge and skill development and on the needs of the students in their class. The principal and curriculum co-ordinators have easier access to all curriculum management in the school and CEO Curriculum Education Officers (EOs) are able to access planning and reports across the diocese, ensuring compliance with curriculum accreditation requirements. Support is also more easily available when and if required.