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Junior School
All students in Years 7- 9 complete studies from the Key Learning Areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Health and Physical Education, Technology, The Arts and Languages Other Than English. Literacy and Numeracy classes are also available in Years 7- 9. Teaching and learning experiences are planned using the National Curriculum and draw on the principles of the Junior Secondary Agenda. In Junior School, students develop the knowledge and skills to engage effectively in learning across a range of subject disciplines in a range of learning environments. A key feature of the Junior Secondary curriculum is also focused on ensuring students have the Literacy and Numeracy skills to enage in the Senior Curriculum.

Senior School
Senior Education and Training (SET) Plans are developed for all students in the Senior School, identifying a designated pathway to Tertiary Studies, further training or employment. Students in Year 10 select a course of study that prepares them for studies in Years 11 and 12. Year 11 and 12 students complete studies in English and Mathematics and a selection of General Subjects, Applied Subjects and Vocational Education and Training Certificates. Traineeships and school based apprenticeships are also available.
 
Connect
Connect is our whole school wellbeing and positive education program. The aim of the program is to equip our students with organisational, social and personal skills that enable them to become healthy and resilient individuals and members of the wider community. We educate our students about the amazing benefits of adopting an optimistic outlook in their lives and introduce them to the little positive actions they can do often so that they shine. Through this program we are able to prepare students to adopt growth mindsets to learn and try new things and as a result enhance their brains ability to grow and develop. This program is delivered to students on a Wednesday and Thursday afternoon.