YEAR 11 AT EYNESBURY
Year 11 is when most students begin a full year of SACE study. In line with all other secondary schools in South Australia, Eynesbury adheres to the education principles provided by the SACE Board of South Australia.
Year 11 Students choose from a range of Stage 1 subjects offered, as well as Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses and other options.
There are two compulsory requirements for the SACE that students usually do at Stage 1 – a full-year of an English subject, and at least a semester of a Mathematics subject.
Assessments in these two areas are marked by your teachers and checked by moderators outside the school to ensure that grades are consistent across schools. These Maths and English requirements highlight the importance of graduating from school with literacy and numeracy skills.
At Eynesbury, there are few compulsory cross-disciplinary subjects which further students research skills, personal development and awareness of a range of personal and social issues. These are designed to develop their capabilities in a variety of key areas to assist in their development as independent learners to achieve lifelong learning and success.
All Year 11 students will be involved in the Eynesbury Mentor Program.
COMPULSORY CROSS-DISCIPLINARY SUBJECTS
- Personal Learning Plan (Plp)
- Research Practices (Rpr)
- Research Project (Rp)
- Eynesbury Mentor Program (Emp)
- Ancient Studies
- Australian And International Politics
- Business And Enterprise *
- English English As An Additional Language (Eal)
- French (Beginners Level)
- French (Continuers Level)
- Legal Studies
- Mathematics: General Mathematics, Mathematical Methods, Specialist Maths, Essential Mathematics
- Modern History
- Society & Culture
- Visual Arts – Art
- Visual Arts - Design