Junior – Curriculum programs

Curriculum for Juniors

  • English or E.S.L
  • Humanities
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Science
  • Sport and PE
  • Vietnamese
  • Art/Craft/Drama

Braybrook College awards 10 Scholarships for students entering at Year 7.  These Scholarships are sponsored by the School Council with successful applicants being awarded a College cheque of $500 to go towards school expenses.  Scholarships are presented in the four areas of

  • Academic Achievement
  • Leadership
  • Music/Performing Arts
  • Sport

Please contact the College by the end of April for a Scholarship Application

Peer Support To assist in coping with the change from Primary to Secondary school, students have one period a week of Peer Support in semester one.  This involves specially trained Year 11 students leading Year 7 students through a number of activities to help them feel at home, build their confidence, make new friends and improve their problem solving skills.

Advanced Classes Braybrook College is proud to offer one Advanced Class at each level in Years 7 to 10.  This class is especially designed to cater for the learning needs of the more academically talented student.  The Year 7 select entry Advanced Programs is known as SEEK. Work expectations will be greater than those in a normal class, however homework commitments shall be no greater. Our selection process allows us to assess the suitability of applicants, and the progress of students will be monitored by the class room teacher and Program Co-ordinator.  Click here for further details or call Ms Campbell on 9312 2900

Literacy Support All students in Year 7 & 8 have literacy support for either 2 or 4 periods per week.  Students are ability grouped in these classes to maximise student outcomes.

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