Terang College - 5-12 Campus, Terang

Name: Terang College - 5-12 Campus
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Strong Street
Town: Terang
Postcode: 3264
State: Victoria
Region Barwon South Western
Phone: (03) 55921349
Fax: (03) 55921022
Email: terang.co@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.terangcollege.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 237

Terang College is a dual campus P-12 school, located in the rural town of Terang (Pop. 2,100) in the Western District of Victoria. The enrolment at the College is just over 400 students. The school is organised on two campuses with Years P-4 students situated at the 'Primary Campus' and Years 5-12 students situated at the 'Secondary Campus'. At the 5-12 campus we have two sub schools with Years 5-8 occupying the Middle Years Precinct and Years 9-12 occupying the rest of the school. Some cross campus teaching and learning occurs.

Prep to Year 4 - provides relevant Early Years education, particularly in the Literacy and Numeracy areas.

Years 5-8 - builds on the early years and provides a solid foundation for senior years.

Years 9-12 - provides students with a wide variety of subjects in preparation for work or tertiary studies.

A comprehensive curriculum plan provides the school with the means of addressing key teaching and learning issues and priorities. Developed and developing policies and programs are articulated in the Whole School Plan and guide the school in its work. The Domains of learning are supported by programs designed to enrich core learning and to reflect local needs and priorities. The physical environment of the school is well developed and attractive.


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