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Student Education and Training Plan for Year 10 Students

 
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On Tuesday 23rd of August Year 10 students and their parents sat down with a member of the school teaching staff to complete their Student Education and Training Plan (SET Plan) interview.  State schools ensure that students in Year 10 develop a Senior Education and Training Plan (SET Plan) in partnership with their parents. The SET Plan maps out a student’s plan of action for his or her education and training through the compulsory participation phase.  Students are supported to acquire the skills and knowledge to develop their SET Plan and to revise it during their studies in the Valuing Education Program for the first six months of Year 10. Students and their parents can revisit their SET Plan at any time during the senior phase of education and can access it by logging in to the school website and accessing the One School tab. School staff will use this tool with students and parent as they track their progress through Year 11 and 12.  All Year 10 students should have finalised their subject selections through this process and have saved them under the Subject Selection tab in the SET Plan.  The information provided through these preliminary subject selections will help the school to make resourcing decisions that best reflect the interests of the Year 10 cohort for 2017.  Thank you to all the Year 10 students and parents who participated in these interviews.  It was obvious there have been some significant conversations about possible career pathways and subject choices that would support these goals.  Additional thanks to the dedicated teaching staff who held with these interviews with students and parents.
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Last reviewed 08 April 2020
Last updated 08 April 2020