Scaffolding from our robust Year 7 program our Year 8 curriculum further develops our students’ academic vigour as well as their personal development.
Complemented by our well-established wellbeing program, which ensures each girl feels valued and supported in her learning, our well devised, generalist core curriculum enables our students to identify their own strengths and talents, whilst still experiencing a full range of subjects that explore and realise every student’s potential.
We support each student’s learning by offering extension and educational support as required, particularly in the Literacy and Numeracy areas. Differentiation within the classroom is promoted so the capabilities of each individual student can be encouraged and enhanced.
As well as developing student knowledge and understanding of content there is an additional emphasis upon developing the actual skills of learning. The learning environment is very much designed for differentiated learning where each student is able to learn according to her individual needs and where she can be challenged and extended through the Academic Honours phentermine-med.com Program offered in English, Mathematics, Humanities and Science or provided additional educational support.
An emphasis on community and respect for the needs and views of others, as well as personal and organisational responsibility, is also a strong element of Year 8.
Throughout the year our Year 8 Dean provides ongoing guidance, pastoral care and coordination of the Year 8 cohort, as well as ongoing communication with parents.
Our core subjects ensure our students gain a strong foundation in essential learning areas:
- TIDE (Technology, Innovation, Design & Engineering).
- Languages (Two languages may be studied from French, Japanese and Chinese)
- Media Studies
- Physical Education
- Health and Personal Development – peer pressure awareness, cyber education, conflict resolution, risk taking behaviour awareness, body image and positive role models
FromYear 9 students select from a variety of elective subjects.