2 Today’s Focus… What are your options after Year 10? SET Plan process… Different types of subjects…What qualifications can you leave CSHS with?Pre-requisites for Year 11 subjects…Subject selections for 2015….
3 SET PLAN A personal learning plan for each student. A set of achievable goals about the student’s future plans.Identifies ambitions through career goals.A map of what students will do and study in the senior phase of learning.Starts term 3, culminating with parent-student-teacher interview on 25th August.
4 SET Plan Process Discuss future with parents Listen to HoD subject talks weeks 1 and 2Complete OneSchool documentComplete subject selection
6 Options After Year 10… EARNING OR LEARNING Return to school to study Years 11 & 12.Combination of school and external study.School-based traineeships/apprenticeships.Leave school to study full-time at another institution.Employment or training (25 hours/week).
9 If you return to CSHS for Years 11 & 12… Different types of subjects are available to study…VET SUBJECTSSubjects that offer nationally accredited certificate qualifications.AUTHORITY-REGISTERED SUBJECTSDo not contribute towards an OP.AUTHORITY SUBJECTSContribute towards an OP.Need to have OP explained
10 Returning to Study Yr 11 & 12 at CSHS QUALIFICATIONS AT THE END OF YEAR 12, depending on your course of study and successful completion…All Year 12 students…Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)Senior Statement – Subject exit results, at the end of Year 12.OP-eligible students…Tertiary Entrance Statement – OP & FPs.Students studying VET subjects…Nationally accredited certificates – Attained through VET subjects.Quick explanation of FPs
11 A student will obtain a QCE if they achieve… 20 credit pointsExit Year 12 with a sound achievement or better in 5 or more subjects over 4 semesters. 3 of these subjects must be studied for 4 semesters. Authority, authority-registered and certificate subjects (Certificate II) are worth 4 points each.Some certificate subjects are worth less than 4 points (Certificate I) and some certificate subjects are worth more than 4 points (Certificate III).School-based traineeships/apprenticeships also contribute to QCE points.ANDLiteracy and numeracyRequired to achieve a “C” in English/English Communication for literacy and “C” in Prevocational Maths/Maths A/Maths B/Maths C in at least 1 semester.ORAchieve a “C” on the QCS test.
13 Senior StatementThis statement is a record of your subject results, upon exiting Year 12.
14 Tertiary Entrance Statement Overall Position (OP) – best option for students who want direct entry to University.OP scores range from 1 – 25 (1 being the highest and 25 lowest).Compare overall student achievement throughout Queensland.To be OP eligible, students must study a minimum of 5 Authority subjects; with at least 3 of these studied over 4 semesters.Students must also sit the QCS (Qld Core Skills) Test to be OP eligible.Field Positions (FP)FPs are additional rank orders that supplement an OP. FPs are used by tertiary institutions to help differentiate between students with the same OP. FPs are reported in 10 bands, from one (the highest) to 10 (the lowest).
18 School-based Traineeship/Apprenticeship Non-OP eligible StudentsStudents wishing to complete a SBT/SBA need to consider authority-registered subjects and/or VET subjects .OP eligible StudentsOP-eligible students will only be considered for school-based traineeship/apprenticeship under special circumstances. Interview with Year 11 Deputy Principal and parent/guardian is required.Traineeship Information at OPEN DAYon 3rd August
19 Minimum 5 Authority Subjects + QCS Test PathwaysStudents need to consider their pathways /career goals after Year 12, before choosing subjects for Year 11 & 12.Minimum 5 Authority Subjects + QCS TestUniversity degree Full-timecourses( OP ) TAFE entry (OP) employment/Apprenticeship Combination of Authority- registered/VET/Authority subjectsUniversity entry for some TAFE entry (Rank) Full-timedegree courses (Rank) employment/Apprenticeship
20 2015 Subject Pre-Requisites for Year 11 and 12 CurriculumCodeAuthority SubjectPre-requisiteAuthority registered subject or VETPre RequisiteLanguageENGCHI# English# Chinese‘C’ in Year 10 Extension English or ‘B’ in Year 10 Core English‘C’ in Year 10 Chinese, ‘C’ in Year 10 Core EnglishENCEnglish CommunicationNilSocial ScienceAHSMHSGEGLEGAncient HistoryModern HistoryGeographyLegal Studies‘C’ in Year 10 Core English.MathematicsMAAMABMACMaths A# Maths B# Maths C‘C’ in Year 10 Core Mathematics or completion of Year 10.‘C’ in Year 10 Extension Mathematics or a ‘B’ in Core Mathematics, ‘C’ in Year 10 Extension English or ‘B’ in Core English & is a dependent subject & must be studied with ENG.C’ in Year 10 Extension Mathematics or a ‘B’ in Core Mathematics, ‘C’ in Year 10 Extension English or ‘B’ in Core English & is a dependent subject & must be studied with ENG & MABPVMPrevocational MathematicsScienceBSCCHMMSTPHYSCIBiology# ChemistryMarine Science# PhysicsScience21‘C’ in Year 10 Extension Science or ‘B’ in Core Science, ‘C’ in Year 10 Core English.‘C’ in Year 10 Extension Science or ‘B’ in Core Science, ‘C’ in Year 10 Extension Mathematics or ‘B’ in Core Mathematics and a ‘C’ in Year 10 Extension English or ‘B’ in Core English & is a dependent subject & must be studied along with ENG, MAB‘C’ in Year 10 Core Science and ‘C’ in Year 10 Core EnglishMQCSMSMarine & Aquatic Practices**Certificate II in Sampling and Measurement (MSL20109)Health StudiesHEDPEDHealth EducationPhysical Education‘C’ in Year 10 Core EnglishSPRCHT*Certificate II in Sport & RecreationCertificate III in Children’s Services (CHC30712)The ArtsARTDRADANMUSVisual ArtDramaDanceMusic‘C’ in Year 10 Core English ‘C’ in Year 10 Core English‘C’ in Year 10 Music or entry interview. ‘C’ in Year 10 Core English.VASVCMVisual Art Studies**Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media)AgricultureAGSAgricultural Science‘C’ in Year 10 Core English, ‘C’ in Year 10 Core ScienceRUR*Certificate II in Rural Operations (AHC21210)Business Education and ICTsITNBCTInformation Technology SystemsBusiness Communication and TechnologiesBUSITHWOR*Certificate II in Business (BSB20112)*Certificate III in Information, Digital Media & Technology (ICA30111)*Certificate II in workplace Practices (30981QLD)Lifestyle TechnologyHECHome EconomicsHSP*Certificate II in Hospitality (SIT 20121)Industrial TechnologyGPHGraphicsCONFUR EGN DTC*Certificate I in Construction (CPC10111)Certificate I in Furnishing (LMF10108)Certificate I in Engineering (MEM10105)*D2C – Certificate I in Construction (CPC10111)*D2CC – Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation (RII20109)IndustrialTechnologyExperiencepreferredSpecial Education UnitBSPSVP*Certificate I in Business (BSB10112)*Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways (FSK10213)All subjects are offered dependent on the condition that a sufficient number of students select subjects to enable us to schedule viable class groups# Dependent subjects MUST be studied alongside that particular subject.* These subjects have National Accreditation in Vocational and Education Training Competencies. Successful completion of all competencies contributes towards nationally recognized Certificates.** Caboolture SHS has applied for the qualification and registration is awaiting approval by QSATYPES OF SUBJECTSSubjects offered in our senior school fall into two categories. It is important that you understand the differences between them. Please note the following when reading the subject description:Most Authority subjects will have at least 1 pre requisite, which indicates the minimum standards in specific Year 10 subjects needed to gain entry.
21 Marine and Aquatic Practices and Pre-requisites forMarine and Aquatic Practices andCertificate II in Sport and RecreationStudents must have the ability and preparedness to go swimming and/or snorkelling.
22 Additional Subject Requirements for Year 11 & 12A number of subjects require students to attend camps, as it is an essential element contributing towards assessment.
23 STRUCTURED WORKPLACE LEARNING IS COMPULSORY FOR WORKPLACE PRACTICES, HOSPITALITY, D2C & OPTIONAL FOR CONSTRUCTION5 weeks of work placement is allocated, during specified times on the school calendar across Year 11 & 12 to enable students to meet SWL– 2 different workplace sites. Further requirements for D2C.120 hours of vocational placements are also required for Certificate III in Children’s Services.
24 WHO: FOR PARENTS & STUDENTS WHEN: Sunday 3rd AUGUST TIME: 10 am to 2 pmWHERE: ASSEMBLY HALLWHAT: INFORMATION AND SUBJECT DISPLAYS AROUND THE SCHOOL /SCHOOL TOURSOPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK TO HODs/TEACHERS
25 Learning at CSHS in Year 11 2015 On-line Subject Selections Close KEY DATESOn-line Subject Selections CloseWednesday 20th AugustSET Plan InterviewsMonday 25th August
26 School-based Traineeship/ ApprenticeshipAlso known asSATs withMrs Kerr
27 What is a SAT?SATs allow high school students to work for an employer and train towards a recognised qualification while completing their secondary school, as well as studying for their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
28 Who is eligible?Students in Year 10/11/12 are eligible to become a school-based apprentice or trainee.Students who have indicated on their SET Plan that they are interested in a SAT.
29 How do SATs work? * Students attend the workplace one day a week. * Students are paid.* 50 days a year required.* Additional training – theory.Students attend the workplace one day a week.Students are paid whilst in productive work for the employer.Must complete 50 work days in a twelve month period. Not enough school Wednesdays, so students make up the extra days on school holidays. Students are permitted to work more that 50 days.
30 Getting started Talk to your family. Speak to employers. Caboolture SHS will assist with essential paperwork for a SAT once YOU find an employerTalk to your family – they are the best source of finding an employer that may be interested in taking you on as a SAT.Caboolture SHS is NOT an employment agency, but from time to time employers will contact the school to see if any students are interested in applying for SATs they may have. In this case, these positions are advertised on the Student Notices, and on a whiteboard outside my Office in Administration Block.
31 Watch the daily notices! Occasionally an employer contacts the school looking for a student wanting to do a SAT – listen to daily notices for this information.
32 I have found an employer- now what do I do? Contact school ASAP.Contact WHO at the school?Mrs Kerr
33 HOW DO I GET SIGNED AS AN APPRENTICE/ TRAINEE? * Employer* Trainee & Parent* Australian Apprenticeship Centre (AAC)* School- Mrs Kerr* Supervising Registered Training Organization (SRTO)* Department of Education, Training & Employment (DETE)Once a decision has been made to be signed as a SAT, the process takes about an hour.An Australian Apprenticeship Centre (AAC) is responsible for completing the legal paperwork and submitting it to the Government.Present at the signup will be, the Employer, the Trainee, Parent/Guardian of Trainee (if trainee under 18), a representative of an ACC and a school representative.Employer selects a Registered Training Organization who is paid by the government to delivery the ‘off-the-job’ training.
34 You bring information to Mrs Kerr. Mrs Kerr organises the paperwork.The SAT must be approved by the Principal and formal papers must be signed by the Principal.
35 TERTIARY ENTRANCE- Going to University AND/OR TAFE