In the Junior Years 7 and 8 all students study compulsory subjects from each of the Board of Studies eight Key Learning Areas as they progress towards the award of a School Certificate in Year 10.
Key Learning Area Subjects Studied in Year 7
Human Society and Its Environment/History and Geography
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
Organisation of English Classes
We offer Year 7 Extension classes in Literacy and Numeracy as well as graded classes.
Support for ESL and students with learning difficulties in numeracy and literacy is provided.
Other subjects offered in school include:
Technological and Applied Studies
Design and Technology (includes the contexts of Wood, Metal, Textiles and Food)
Languages other than English
Italian, Japanese and French
If you would like a copy of the Year 7 Assessment Booklet please click the link:
Year 7 Assessment Booklet (pdf 396 KB)
Starting high school is a time of new experiences as your child adjusts to a new school, makes new friends and gets used to having different teachers and classrooms for each subject.
These resources can help with the transition to high school
- Starting high school and How to have a great year at high school View videos of Year 7 students introducing primary students to high school life, plus great tips on making friends and getting organised.
- Ready for high school checklist (PDF 1,047)
New teachers, new subjects and new friends require a different approach for students.
There are great opportunities for students to participate in extra-curricular activities. These include competitions, exhibitions, sport, performances and special events. Student leadership programs provide many activities that broaden your child's experience at school.
Year 7 students sit the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test in May. There are five tests covering numeracy, reading, writing, spelling, punctuation and grammar. Year 7 is the first time students use a calculator in one of the numeracy tests.
The results of the NAPLAN test can help teachers and parents meet the individual literacy and numeracy needs of students. You will receive a report of your child's achievement in the NAPLAN test.