Senior Curriculum

SeniorCurric1.jpgIn the Senior Years of Learning, Seton College students undertake CORE SUBJECTS, some of which provide potential Queensland Certificate of Education Credit points in English and Mathematics Subjects. Religion, and Recreation Studies also form the core curriculum. 


Additionally, students choose a range of elective subjects and Vocational Education and Training Certificate courses.  TAFE Queensland options are also available to our students according to their interests and desired pathway into the workforce or further study after secondary school. 

School-based traineeships and apprenticeships can be arranged through the College and can provide a student with six (6) QCE credit points.


​Whether to obtain a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)​

Whether to obtain the QCE will depend on the individual student's desired and achievable employment or study goals.  Some students will choose further study after secondary school and the points accrued during this time will assist with their eligibility.  Other students will opt to develop a pathway into the workforce that does not demand a QCE.  Specialising in Personalised Learning, Seton College will assist students in planning the most appropriate pathway into their future.

All students study in combined Year 11/12 classes and spend one day per week at a work placement.

​COURSE OVERVIEW

CO​​RE SUBJECTS – Potential QCE Credit Points

  • English Communication SAS​

  • OR

  • Functional English SAS 4 (if studied for 4 semesters) ​
  • Mathematics A
  • Prevocational Maths SAS
  • OR

  • Functional Maths SAS 4 (if studied for 4 semesters) ​
  • Religious Studies 0
  • Recreation Studies 0
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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS – Potential QCE Credit Points

  • Art 0
  • Community Studies 0
  • Creative Textiles 0
  • Drama and Media 0
  • Independent Living Skills 2
  • Introduction to Trade Skills 0
  • LiveSmart 0
  • Outdoor Gardening and Maintenance 0
  • Workshop Skills 0
  • Manufacturing SAS (Approach B) 4 (if studied for 4 semesters)
  • Microsoft Office Specialist Up to 5 (1 point per exam)
  • Recreation SAS (Approach B) 4 (if studied for 4 semesters)
  • Religion and Ethics SAS (Approach B) 4 (if studied for 4 semesters)
  • Science in Practice SAS (Approach B) 4 (if studied for 4 semesters)
  • Certificate I in AgriFood Operations (AHC10216) 2 (if completed) *
  • Certificate I in Business (BSB10115) 2 (if completed) *
  • Certificate I in Information, Digital Media & Technology (ICTICT10115) 2 (if completed) *
  • Certificate II in Active Volunteering (CHC24015) 4 (if completed)
  • Certificate II in Business (BSB20115) 4 (if completed)
  • Certificate II in Hospitality / Certificate II in Tourism (partnership with Churchill Education 31430 – VET is funded) (ST20316 & SIT20116) 8 (if completed)
  • Certificate II in Retail (SIR20216) 4 (if completed)
  • Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation (partnership with Churchill Education 31430 – VET is funded) (SIS20213) 4 (if completed)


OTHER COURSES

  • TAFE Queensland options
  • Grooming and Etiquette Program six (6) weeks 


* Only two (2) Certificate I courses may be used towards QCE credit.​