Our High School Preparation course is an integrated skills-based program that focuses on language learning and practice, along with the relevant study skills and strategies.
The syllabus is divided into monthly programs, within which new units of work are undertaken each week. Units of work revolve around multidisciplinary themes, such as media studies, government and Australian history and culture. A specialist Maths teacher also takes classes in Maths and Science to ensure students are familiar with the language and practices expected in these subjects.
Students in our High School Preparation study from level and age-appropriate textbooks, as well as a variety of stimulating resources, such as readers, print media, CDs, film clips and field trips
Each Friday afternoon students participate in sport.
At least two excursions or events are organized for all students every month. Every four weeks there is a monthly test and for all High School Preparation students there is no class on the following Monday. On this day teachers review students’ progress, prepare reports and develop programs for the following month.