The Senior School and Pathways

In 2016 Senior School is divided into 3 homerooms for year 9 and 10 students ~ SD1, SG and SD2. There are another 3 homerooms for year 11 and 12 Pathways students. PH, PF and PP.

CURRICULUM

The Senior School provides  programs that will assist students’ learning with a focus on their  transition into adult life.  The curriculum  is meaningful and relevant, catering for the individual needs of each  student.  The programs aim to give the students the skills that they  will require when it is time for them to leave school.  To allow  students to develop to their full potential a wide range of programs are offered.  Leisure and sporting activities are provided on a Friday  afternoon.

The Senior School is guided by the Victorian Curriculum.

  • Caters for the individual needs of the students.
  • Provides programs to prepare students for Work Experience and future placements.
  • Attempts to make what is taught, realistic and functional.
  • Provides leisure activities and exposure to social skills.
  • May integrate learning areas such as civics and citizenship, geography and history
  • Provides a range of work programs that have a positive influence on future employment.

The Pathways program is a hands-on option for students in Years 11 and 12. The program gives students the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh program and the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning.

Students gain practical work-related experience, as well as literacy and numeracy skills and the opportunity to build personal skills that are important for life and work.

Students gain practical work-related experience, as well as literacy and numeracy skills and the opportunity to build personal skills that are important for life and work.

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE  COUNCIL

Every year a student is elected from each  Homeroom to represent their class on the Student Representative Council.