The College offers broad curriculum offerings from Year 7-10 in line with the Victorian Curriculum.
The key curriculum areas are:
English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, The Arts, Technology Health and Physical Education and Languages.
In conjunction with discipline-based studies key capabilities are also developed.
Critical and Creative Thinking, Ethical, Intercultural and Personal and Social.
Curriculum structure at Year 7 and 8 is designed to introduce all areas of study and then students progressively make choices from Year 9-12 about areas they wish to undertake further study. In Years 11 and 12 students are able to choose from the Victorian Certificate of Education( VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) as their senior certificate.
Student progress in Learning Tasks and Work Habits are recorded on the College web based school management platform, Compass. Compass has a parent portal that allows parents an opportunity to monitor student progress throughout the semester.
Sunbury College Instructional Model - GENAR We are excited to introduce our instructional model GENAR (Goals, Engage, New Learning, Apply and Review), which frames how teaching and learning will occur at Sunbury College. GENAR was developed throughout 2019 by staff and students to underpin the…Read More
Sunbury College recognises the use of technology in our classrooms can enhance and transform the way learning happens. We aim to maximise learning outcomes our students and believe having an appropriate device can assist us to meet your child at their point of need in…Read More
Academic Enhancement Differentiation ensures that students are challenged at a level appropriate to their potential and Progressive Achievement Testing (PAT) is undertaken in English and Mathematics to identify point of learning and advanced capabilities. The unique Year 7 Learning Program allows fluidity across ability groups.…Read More
Learning Support is offered in varied ways at Sunbury College. The College, from enrolment aims to identify an individual student’s point of learning. At Year 7, Progressive Achievement Testing (PAT) identifies student strengths and weaknesses in regards to literacy and numeracy. The school also communicates…Read More
Instrumental Music Performance Groups It is the policy of The Arts and Technology Faculty to provide students with tuition and opportunities for public performance. Students can join the following Performance Groups: Concert Band Jazz Bands Strings Ensemble Brass Ensemble Woodwind Ensembles Percussion Ensemble Guitar Ensemble…Read More