The Senior Learning Program (SLP) is for students in years 10-12 and is held after assembly on Mondays. SLP covers a range of year level specific information – for year 10’s the focus is on their senior phase of study comprising of goal setting, resilience, bullying, subject information, study skills, the job market, interviews, resume writing and applications culminating in attending the Career Expo and Structured work placement and their Education and Training Plan.
Year 11 students focus on their current course of study and how to be successful in senior. Emphasis is on attendance, bullying, job applications and writing to selection criteria and QCE attainment with work from the student planner creating a foundation for the course. We also have guest speakers from a variety of organisations such as Qld Health, RACQ and Electoral Commission.
In year 12 the emphasis is on a variety of areas preparing students for life outside of high school. They cover HLTAID003 Apply First Aid, CPR, job applications, QTAC and applying for university/TAFE. This is a critical time for yr 12 students and they are asked to consider their course of study and points towards their QCE. Again, we have guest speakers from Qld Health, DARE Formal domestic violence, Red Frogs, One punch can kill and registered training organisations.