Middle School Program – Years 7 to 9
All Middle School students from Year 7 to 9 are based on the old ‘secondary’ campus, and have wide access to specialist facilities and staff. The ‘B Building’ has become our ‘Middle School’ building, and will accommodate the vast majority of Home Group and core subject teaching rooms for students in years 7-9.
Why Charles Campbell College?
• Friendly and caring College community.
• Excellent academic and vocational results for our students.
• Highly professional, skilled, and experienced staff.
• Opportunities for involvement in overseas Study Tours, Ski Trips, and extensive Outdoor Education experiences.
• Highly regarded selective entry performing arts program, and the highly skilled staff who also teach performing arts to our mainstream classes.
• A focus on effective support for students from Reception to Year 12.
• Supportive and collaborative student behaviour management policy and procedures, with high expectations of all parties.
• Accredited by ‘Council of International Schools’ , with a strong and ongoing program of short and long term International students.
• Individual Learning Plans, and strong learning support, for students with learning difficulties & physical disabilities.
• A Vision Centre where students with full or partial vision impairment integrate in mainstream classes with the support of on-site staff from SASVI.
• A range of vocational education and training opportunities, support for school based apprenticeships and other trade training opportunities.
• Comprehensive academic curriculum in the Middle School, including compulsory LOTE until the end of year 9, and a full range of academic subjects offered in the Senior School.
Middle School Events and Opportunities
• Year 7 + 8 Welcome BBQ
• Camps at each Year Level
• Opportunities for student leadership and decision making
• Whole of College Sports Day
• Interschool sports, including SAPSASA for Year 7 students
• A range of Performing Arts opportunities, as both participant and / or audience member
• Instrumental music lessons
• Academic competitions, ie Maths and Science
• A range of Home Group based pastoral care activities and excursions
The College encourages parents and caregivers to find ways to add value to their children’s education by getting involved in the College community. Opportunities include:
• Governing Council - responsible for the development of whole of College directions and policies, in partnership with school staff.
• Parent representative on College committees, including Uniform, ICT and Canteen.
• Volunteering, ie Canteen, Fundraising, Sport, Resource Centre, Working Bees.
• Establish close working relationship and regular communication with HG teacher, ie monitoring attendance and lateness, diary, homework, activities and results.
• Participating in parent / student / teacher interviews, and attending all parent information evenings.
• Attending, and volunteering to be a panel member in Round Table assessments.
• Returning all forms, including feedback forms to help us to improve how we do things.
• Attend student performances, assemblies and sporting events.
Facilities at Charles Campbell College
• Spacious ovals of a high standard, currently shared with Norwood Football Club and various other community sporting groups.
• Gymnasium and R-6 Hall.
• Resource Centre and new R-6 Library.
• OSHC facility on the R-6 campus.
• Healthy Eating Canteen.
• Performing Arts Centre, including theatre, dance rooms, and a music centre.
• Trade School centre.
• State of the art media facilities, including new digital photography room.
• Visual Art rooms and resources.
• Extensive ICT facilities, including computer rooms, trolleys of laptops, interactive white-boards, and a cutting edge wireless network.
• Extensive Technology Studies Centre, with metalwork, woodwork, electronics, and automotive facilities.
• Extensive Science facilities.
• Home Economics Kitchens and Sewing rooms.
How to enrol
The Charles Campbell College ‘Middle School’ in 2013 will have four main entry points as follows:
• All students at Charles Campbell College Junior School automatically transition to our Middle School at Year 7. (Secondary zone does not apply)
• Enrolments at Year 7 are considered for entry to our Middle School. (Secondary zone does not apply)
• Enrolment at Year 8 will be managed initially by the DECD regional office, via the completion of an ED176 form, provided by the primary school or the regional office. (Secondary zone will apply)
• Enrolments for entry to the Selective Entry Performing Arts program will be considered by application and audition. (Secondary zone does not apply)
Head of Middle School: Karen Clark
Address : 3 Campbell Road, Paradise SA 5075
Phone : 08 8165 4700
Fax : 08 8165 4750
EMail : email@example.com