Courses of Study - Knight St and Year 9 Programme

Courses of Study Knight St and Year 9 Pic 12The Knight Street Campus and Year 9 Programme provide a broadly based and innovative curriculum which aims to develop the intellectual, physical, aesthetic, spiritual and social aspects of every student. While engendering a love of learning, we also encourage each student to strive to reach their full potential.

It is important to note that the subject areas listed reflect the College's current curriculum; we regularly review our curriculum so changes may occur from year to year. Elective subject offerings are subject to student choice, student numbers and staff expertise and may alter from semester to semester and year to year.

Years 7 and 8 Subjects

In Years 7 and 8 students undertake a variety of compulsory subjects giving exposure to a broad variety of sequential learning experiences.

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  • Religious Education
  • Arts (including Visual Art, Music, Drama and Media)
  • English
  • Health & Physical Education
  • Humanities
  • Languages (Italian or Japanese)
  • Mathematics
  • Pastoral Care
  • Project Based Learning – HASS (Humanities and Social Science)
  • Project Based Learning - STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths)
  • Science
  • Technology (including Metal/Wood, Systems, Digital Technology, Textiles and Food)

  Year 9 to 12 Subjects

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Below is the link to our Year 9 and Years 10 to 12 Course Handbooks, provided as PDF documents for you to download and view or print. If you have any questions regarding any of the information provided, please contact us at the College. 

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