WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Gateway Community High is a small community of learners and is ideally suited to students who:
Will thrive outside a mainstream educational environment
Are looking for a place of belonging and safety
Are interested in learning, and willing to put in effort to succeed
Could benefit from extra support and attention to re-engage in their education
May have missed some language, literacy or numeracy fundamentals
Are looking to build their pathway to future VET or Stage 6 (Yr 11 & 12) studies
Operating as a Special Assistance school, we differ from special needs and behavioural schools.
Students will need to apply and meet certain eligibility criteria before enrolling.
STAGE 5 COURSE OFFERING
In line with Gateway Community High’s educational philosophy, we have devised a curriculum that allows students to study in a flexible, adult learning environment.
Covers all Stage 5 standard course requirements to achieve the NSW Record of School Achievement (ROSA).
No homework - all school work is completed during school hours under the guidance and support of teaching staff.
Provides extra time
where required to
ensure the fundamentals are effectively
Experiential learning and extended
learning options to develop individual
strengths and interests.
Incorporates ‘personal time’ to allow students to extend their own learning, work on skills they have not yet mastered or engage in supervised downtime to improve their wellbeing.
Includes physical activity to enhance skills, health, and well-being.
STAGE 5 (YEARS 9 & 10)
HSIE (Human Society & its Environment)
PDHPE (Personal Development, Health & Physical Education)
Personal Time (Life & Work Matters)
Students who successfully complete Stage 5 will be awarded the NSW Record of School Achievement (ROSA).
After Stage 5, our team will help you to successfully transition back to mainstream education, other forms of adult education and training or enter the workforce.