Middle school –years 7, 8 and 9
Our middle school functions on middle school principles that emphasise positive, respectful relationships and academic excellence. Upon successful completion of the two-year middle school curriculum program, students move into our senior school.
Year 7, 8 & 9 students study across the eight learning areas – arts, design & technology, English, health & physical education, humanities and social sciences, languages, mathematics and science.
The middle school provides a supportive environment, enabling students to develop their confidence and self esteem. Each year level is organised into care groups with assigned care group teachers whose role is to guide students with their learning and development. Year level managers provide further leadership and support.
All students have one extended care group lesson each week where they develop their personal leaning plan. Activities are based on the needs of individuals and year levels and focus on the education and well being of students.
Senior school –years 10, 11, 12
Our school offers a senior school years curriculum program that is designed to cater for the needs of all students pathways. They have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate academic excellence, cultural perspectives and global capacities and dispositions.
Senior students can access our: care group teachers/mentors, Trade School for the Future, Trade Training Centre, transition broker, apprenticeship broker, business partners, employers, work experience and work placement, school based apprenticeships, North East Vocational Opportunities courses, care group programs for each year level, Global Citizens Medal program, and specific senior study areas.