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Junior School

Learning at Brinbeal Secondary College is focussed on being ambitious and achieving personal growth.

In Years 7 & 8 (Breadth Curriculum) we teach and learn the full range of subjects in the Victorian Curriculum, develop critical and creative thinking skills, build strong ethical and intercultural capabilities, and explore and discover new talents and interests.

The learning program for Year 7 and 8 provides for all of the 8 Key Learning Areas:

  • a structured teaching and learning program in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities (including History, Geography, Civics, Economics and Business), Health and Physical Education (PE) at each year level

  • a substantial Arts program incorporating visual and performing arts

  • a technologies program that includes both materials and design technology and digital technology

  • a Language program will follow after consultation with the school community to determine the language taught. This will be fully integrated in 2025 with an exemption applying in 2024

  • EAL programs will also support our students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Students will be supported to develop their Personal and Social Capabilities through our Mentor Group Sessions. Each student is allocated to a Mentor group in Year 7 and will remain in that group for their time at Brinbeal Secondary College. Their Mentor teacher will provide them with day-to-day support, teach the Resilience, Rights & Respectful Relationships and Careers Education curriculum and work with students to promote College values.

Brinbeal Secondary College

Brinbeal Secondary College acknowledge the Bunurong people, the Traditional Owners of the land on which we learn, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.