Catholic Regional College - Melton

Catholic Regional College Melton provides a comprehensive curriculum that caters for the individual needs of all students. The Australian Curriculum/Victorian Essentia

Catholic Regional College Melton provides a comprehensive curriculum that caters for the individual needs of all students. The Australian Curriculum/Victorian Essential Learning (AUSVELS) is used as our curriculum framework from Year 7-10.  In 2014, we have implemented AUSVEL units in all the first iteration subjects in English, Mathematics, Humanities and Science.  We are currently completely the planning of the second iteration of the AUSVELS subjects.  There is a strong emphasis on achievement and all students are expected to complete a range of assessment tasks in order to demonstrate their learning.  The College offers an extensive range of VCE subjects and VCAL and some VET subjects.  Many aspects of the curriculum reflect the College’s highly developed sense of community.   The annual cabaret/dramatic performing arts productions provide an opportunity to showcase our students’ talents as performing artists to the broader community.

 

Overall, the curriculum at CRC Melton aims to engage and extend our students in their learning in order to achieve their full potential, with an expectation of excellence always.

 

• To become independent, critical thinkers who enjoy and are able to direct their own learning.
• To develop a sense of self-worth through opportunities for success and achievement of their personal best.
• To be ready to embark upon VCE and life beyond with confidence.
In working towards this aim it is recommended that:
• Students be offered a broad, common Curriculum which provides them with the opportunity to discover what they enjoy and are good at, and to then select subjects which will allow them to build on their skills and talents. The inclusion of Vocational Educational and Training (VET) and VCE offerings increases students’ options.
• Students be exposed to an inclusive curriculum, which models and promotes justice through its structures and its content.
• Different teaching and learning styles be recognised and their use encouraged in order for students to be exposed to a wide range of teaching experiences.
• Within the 7-10 program, Years 7/8 and Years 9/10 be recognised as having different needs and requiring separate and distinct approaches in terms of Curriculum planning and structure.
• Students be encouraged and assisted to do their best, whatever their level of achievement. Policies are in place to ensure that work is handed in on time, and learning is not disrupted in the classroom.
• Good relationships between staff and students be recognised as essential for successful teaching and learning and for ensuring that teachers and students can feel confident they will be engaged in learning.
• Modern facilities are available at the College. These facilities include a well stocked Library, equipped Gymnasium, updated Computer Laboratories, a Chapel for the opportunity of Liturgical Celebrations, and a new Music/Multimedia facility.

l Learning (AUSVELS) is used as our curriculum framework from Year 7-10.  In 2014, we have implemented AUSVEL units in all the first iteration subjects in English, Mathematics, Humanities and Science.  We are currently completely the planning of the second iteration of the AUSVELS subjects.  There is a strong empha

Catholic Regional College Melton provides a comprehensive curriculum that caters for the individual needs of all students. The Australian Curriculum/Victorian Essential Learning (AUSVELS) is used as our curriculum framework from Year 7-10.  In 2014, we have implemented AUSVEL units in all the first iteration subjects in English, Mathematics, Humanities and Science.  We are currently completely the planning of the second iteration of the AUSVELS subjects.  There is a strong emphasis on achievement and all students are expected to complete a range of assessment tasks in order to demonstrate their learning.  The College offers an extensive range of VCE subjects and VCAL and some VET subjects.  Many aspects of the curriculum reflect the College’s highly developed sense of community.   The annual cabaret/dramatic performing arts productions provide an opportunity to showcase our students’ talents as performing artists to the broader community.

 

Overall, the curriculum at CRC Melton aims to engage and extend our students in their learning in order to achieve their full potential, with an expectation of excellence always.

 

• To become independent, critical thinkers who enjoy and are able to direct their own learning.
• To develop a sense of self-worth through opportunities for success and achievement of their personal best.
• To be ready to embark upon VCE and life beyond with confidence.
In working towards this aim it is recommended that:
• Students be offered a broad, common Curriculum which provides them with the opportunity to discover what they enjoy and are good at, and to then select subjects which will allow them to build on their skills and talents. The inclusion of Vocational Educational and Training (VET) and VCE offerings increases students’ options.
• Students be exposed to an inclusive curriculum, which models and promotes justice through its structures and its content.
• Different teaching and learning styles be recognised and their use encouraged in order for students to be exposed to a wide range of teaching experiences.
• Within the 7-10 program, Years 7/8 and Years 9/10 be recognised as having different needs and requiring separate and distinct approaches in terms of Curriculum planning and structure.
• Students be encouraged and assisted to do their best, whatever their level of achievement. Policies are in place to ensure that work is handed in on time, and learning is not disrupted in the classroom.
• Good relationships between staff and students be recognised as essential for successful teaching and learning and for ensuring that teachers and students can feel confident they will be engaged in learning.
• Modern facilities are available at the College. These facilities include a well stocked Library, equipped Gymnasium, updated Computer Laboratories, a Chapel for the opportunity of Liturgical Celebrations, and a new Music/Multimedia facility.

sis on achievement and all students are expected to complete a range of assessment tasks in order to demonstrate their learning.  The College offers an extensive range of VCE subjects and VCAL and some VET subjects.  Many aspects of the curriculum reflect the College’s highly developed sense of community.   The annual cabaret/dramatic performing arts productions provide an opportunity to showcase our students’ talents as performing artists to the broader community.

Overall, the curriculum at CRC Melton aims to engage and extend our students in their learning in order to achieve their full potential, with an expectation of excellence always.

• To become independent, critical thinkers who enjoy and are able to direct their own learning.
• To develop a sense of self-worth through opportunities for success and achievement of their personal best.
• To be ready to embark upon VCE and life beyond with confidence.
In working towards this aim it is recommended that:
• Students be offered a broad, common Curriculum which provides them with the opportunity to discover what they enjoy and are good at, and to then select subjects which will allow them to build on their skills and talents. The inclusion of Vocational Educational and Training (VET) and VCE offerings increases students’ options.
• Students be exposed to an inclusive curriculum, which models and promotes justice through its structures and its content.
• Different teaching and learning styles be recognised and their use encouraged in order for students to be exposed to a wide range of teaching experiences.
• Within the 7-10 program, Years 7/8 and Years 9/10 be recognised as having different needs and requiring separate and distinct approaches in terms of Curriculum planning and structure.
• Students be encouraged and assisted to do their best, whatever their level of achievement. Policies are in place to ensure that work is handed in on time, and learning is not disrupted in the classroom.
• Good relationships between staff and students be recognised as essential for successful teaching and learning and for ensuring that teachers and students can feel confident they will be engaged in learning.
• Modern facilities are available at the College. These facilities include a well stocked Library, equipped Gymnasium, updated Computer Laboratories, a Chapel for the opportunity of Liturgical Celebrations, and a new Music/Multimedia facility.

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