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Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt Campus

Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt Campus

Quality, Opportunity, Diversity

Telephone02 9560 2355

Emailleichhardt-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Stage 5 Subjects

To earn a record of school achievement at the end of Year 10, all students are required to study:

  • English
  • mathematics
  • science
  • personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE)
  • Australian geography 
  • history.

In addition, students must actively and regularly participate in Sport and complete four electives over the course of two years. Two 200 hour electives will be completed over two years(years 9 and 10) and One 100 hour in year 9 and another 100 hour in year 10.

At Leichhardt Campus we try to ensure all students have varied and deep opportunities to study electives in year 9 and 10 (Stage 5) that inspire and open pathways for future studies.

Electives offered vary each year. To find out the electives to be offered in 2020-21, download the subject selection booklet

VIBE: 100 Hour Electives

In 2020 Year 9 will have an opportunity to select a VIBE (Various Interest based Electives) to offer engagement and enrichment opportunities for students. These courses will run as one year 100 hours (one to be completed in Year 9 and one to be completed in Year 10) This interest/enrichment elective will not form part of the Record of School Achievement. (ROSA). The VIBE engagement and enrichment electives are designed to engage participants in inquiry-based projects that develop extraordinary creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration and reflective thinking skills. At SSC Leichhardt we call these skills the 4Cs + R.

To help students make their choice we have created short video introductions for each elective on offer. Click on the link to access. http://bit.ly/VIBE100

 

University Admissions Centre (UAC) Year 10 booklet

University Admissions Centre Year 10  booklet.

UAC Year 10 Booklet (PDF 2853KB).

Information surrounding subjects for Year 11 and 12 that will inform student direction after the completion of the HSC.