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Senior secondary


In the Senior Phase of Learning at BrisbaneSDE we offer students many learning options and encourage a learning pathway that recognises a student’s academic interests and potential for success. It is our goal to work with students and their parents or caregivers to provide a Senior Secondary program that is engaging and fulfilling and that will lead each young person to exceed their own expectations.​

 

 BrisbaneSDE Senior Students

 

 Welcome ​​ 

Welcome
A welcome from Head of  S​enior School 

 Expectations/Absences​​​

Home Based Supervisors  
​An overview of the role you will play as the students supervisor.

 ​Communication​

​Daily Notices
​Your 'Notice Board' - Check for changes to lessons, emergent outages etc. 
Daily Notices is updated by 7:30am every day

 Subject Information​ ​

Year ​10 - 12                    
It is important to choose subjects carefully as your decisions may affect not only the types of careers you can follow later, but also your success at school and feelings about school as well. Even though there are many factors to consider, choosing your course of study can be made easier if you go about the task calmly and logically, and follow a set of planned steps.
As an overall plan it is advised to choose subjects that: 
  • you enjoy
  • you have achieved in or feel confident in achieving good results
  • reflect your interests and abilities
  • help you reach your career and employment goals
  • will develop skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are useful
         throughout your life 
  • ​will satisfy future tertiary course prerequisites.

 Your Schedule​​ ​

Work Rate Calendars​
Work Rate calendars are your guide to when work 
is due. Save them to your device and always be on top of timelines 

 Goal Setting

Improving
The best, ​and easiest way to impro​ve your results is to understand, and share ...

 QCAA

New Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) System
Queensland is introducing a new QCE system starting with Year 11 students in 2019.​

Please note: Textbook requirements​