Our young women have unlimited career possibilities ahead of them. We guide our students to recognise these possibilities and hone in on areas of interest and capability. Students at all year levels are encouraged to access our career resources.
Our integrated Careers Program at Years 9 and 10 allows students to explore the world of work and their own aspirations. Students in Year 10 and 11 utilise vocational profiling programs, which increase self-awareness and aid in further career exploration. Frequent careers-based activities provide students with first-hand knowledge of career and study options.
Finding the right path can be an overwhelming task. We offer guidance to our students to help them establish an authentic, meaningful direction that meets their specific interests and skills.
In Years 11 and 12 we emphasise individual Careers Counselling, where each student is supported to make decisions about her future and explore the many pathways to reaching her goals. Students and their parents can make appointments with the Careers Counsellor to discuss areas of interest.
Enhancement classes are offered to students who are challenged in numeracy and literacy in Years 7 to 9 and a spelling support program is offered to Year 7 and 8 students. Students across all year levels who are experiencing challenges with their learning programs have access to personalised and small group support.
In addition, we provide targeted assistance to students with disabilities, students with Refugee Status, students for whom English is an Additional Language (EAL) and Indigenous students.
The Learning Enhancement Team includes Special Education teachers, Learning Enhancement Officers, a Social Worker and Psychologists, who provide specialist support. Learning Enhancement Team members participate in regular meetings with parents to discuss learning progress.