We pride ourselves on providing a flexible curriculum that offers our senior students as many course options as possible in a small class environment with committed and caring teaching staff.
To achieve this, we offer senior students the opportunity to undertake:
- subjects that contribute to an Overall Position (OP) and a Field Position (FP) for entry into a tertiary facility or
- a range of vocational courses, school-based traineeships or apprenticeships that result in a QTAC Selection Rank, which can also be used to obtain entry into tertiary education and training institutions.
At the end of Year 9, students choose six elective subjects to study in conjunction with the Year 10 core/compulsory subjects, all of which have been designed to lay foundations and build students’ capabilities for studies in Years 11 and 12. More detail regarding this process can be found in the 2017 Year 10 Subject Selection Handbook.
To enable Year 10 students to explore possible areas of interest and make an informed choice for their senior phase of learning (Years 11 and 12), they undertake a career development course as part of their Lifelong Learning program. This helps students to develop their understanding of potential career options and the steps they need to take to set them on the pathway to a carefully constructed career.
- 2017 Year 10 Subject Selection Handbook
- 2017 Senior School Course Planning Guide Year 11
- Senior School (Years 10-12) Subjects (Online Version | Printable Version)
- Prince of Peace Prospectus
- Reporting timeline
- Teaching and Learning Framework
- Agile Digital Learning Strategy
- BYOD Specifications for Years 3-12