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Yr 11 & 12 Information

Senior Secondary

"I love working with these young adults.  They are great.  They are incredibly engaged, socially and academically, and they connect effectively with those around them.  The sense of belonging and camaraderie among senior students is key to a strong learning and nurturing environment".

Jenna Squire, Head of Secondary


Staff at Leighland invest in the students both educationally and emotionally, strongly supporting them in their faith. This commitment on the part of the staff creates an environment where students and teachers can work very closely together, creating a culture where our students achieve very strong academic results.  The School is committed to them growing into emotionally strong balanced young adults who are capable of finding their own way forward in life.


For other important information regarding Years 11 and 12 at Leighland Christian School.  Please contact the School for further explanation.

Years 11 and 12 are offered at the Ulverstone Campus for students participating in the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE).  The TCE is issued by the Tasmanian Assesment, Standards and Certification (TASC) which is responsible for the assessment and certification of Senior Secondary TCE syllabuses in Tasmania.

 To obtain the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE), students must complete the equivalent of a two year program of senior secondary studies, develop and review plans for their future, and meet a set of standards for everyday adult Numeracy, Literacy and ICT.  Studies can include Vocational Education and Training (VET) competencies and certificates, traineeships and apprenticeships.

Subject areas offered at Leighland Christian School include the following:


  • Visual Arts (Art Making, Art Production - Foundation, Art Production, Art Studio Practice)
  • Behavioural Sciences (Introduction to Sociology and Psychology, Sociology, Psychology-not offered in 2016)
  • Computing (Computing and Essential Skills, Computer Science)
  • Drama (Drama Foundations, Drama, Theatre Performance, Theatre Production)
  • English (General English, English Applied, English Communications, English Literature, English Writing)
  • Food, Hospitality and Fashion Design (Food, Cooking and Nutrition, Food and Nutrition)
  • Health and Physical Education (Outdoor Leadership, Sport Science, Health Studies, Physical Recreation - not offered in 2016, Athletic Development Introduction, Personal Health and Wellbeing)
  • Languages (Indonesian Foundation, Indonesian, French Foundation, French)
  • Mathematics (Essential Skills Mathematics, Workplace Mathematics, General Mathematics Foundation, Mathematics Methods Foundation, Mathematics Methods, General Mathematics, Mathematics Specialised)
  • Music (Music Technology Projects, Music Studies, UTAS Foundation Practical Performance)
  • Personal Pathway Planning
  • Religious Studies (Christian Living)
  • Science (Life Science, Biology, Physical Science Foundation, Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science)
  • Society and Environment (Australia in Asia and the Pacific, Legal Studies, Anicent Civilisations - not offered in 2016, Modern World History, Accounting, Business Studies, Business Studies Foundation)
  • Technology (Computer Graphics and Design Foundation, Computer Graphics and Design, UTAS Object Design, Design and Production-Textiles, Design and Production - MDT, Workshop Techniques Introducation)
  • Vocational Education and Training (Agriculture, Animal Studies, Automotive, Beauty Services, Childcare, Chrisitan Ministries and Theology, Construction, Electro-technology, Equine Studies, Fitness, Hairdressing, Computing IT, Kitchen Operations, Retail Bakery)

Year 11 & 12 Handbook 2019