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Students in the equivalent years 10, 11 and 12 of our school participate in our school’s transition focused education program. Students transitioning to year 10 will commence their 19th semester at school in their first semester in year 10. This means that by the end of year 12, each student will have attained their required 24 semester of schooling. Transition students will focus on developing skills and knowledge to identify and pursue their own future pathways through the; ongoing development of functional skills for use in their everyday lives including (but not limited to) literacy, numeracy and skills for independent living including recreation and leisure.

  • Life coaching and pathways planning
  • SET plans – QCIA organisers
    • ASL (Areas of Study and Learning)
    • CT (Communication and Technology)
    • CCE (Community, Citizenship and the Environment)
    • LR (Leisure and Recreation)
    • PLD (Personal Living Dimensions)
    • VTA (Vocational and Transition Activities)
  • Blue print for career development 
    • Managing emotions
    • Personal development
    • Self-awareness
    • Empathy
    • Skills building
    • Career building
  • Work experience sampling
  • Transition enterprises
    • Cappa's coffee shop
    • Train project
  • Partnerships with community organisations eg. external trainers, service providers, employment agencies, sporting organisations, local businesses, community groups, Tin Can Bay sailability
  • The Duke of Edinburgh Award program