Hands- On- Learning
The Hands on Learning Program is an alternative program which aims to keep students connected with school. Students experience success through meaningful hands on learning experiences. The program operates for selected students in Years 7 – 10 and builds self esteem, purpose and new skills for many students.
Pathways is an alternative program for students who may find year 10 challenging. It motivates students to further their education.
The school has provided time for a Support Programs Coordinator whose role is to coordinate the support services for students in the school. This leading teacher liaises with teachers, parents, students and support personnel and helps gather appropriate teaching resources.
The Support Programs Coordinator also facilitates the professional learning for teachers relating to special programs. The program includes a regular Homework Club, Reading Classes and tutors in Year 7 Mathematics and English classes.