Facilities

The school enjoys the quiet environment of residential Hampton East and is situated in spacious, attractive grounds which contain a sports oval, netball and basketball courts and cricket nets.

Teaching and learning takes place in bright and airy classrooms that have individual heating and cooling units.

Special features include: a heated indoor swimming pool, a well equipped modern gymnasium, art and craft area, fully equipped food technology, and computer resource centre.

Facilities have been designed to enable our students direct access to Vocational Education and Training on site.

 

  • Automotive
    The Automotive Workshop is designed as a simulated workplace. This enables our students to gain experience at working in the automotive industry and complete units towards the Certificate II in Automotive Technology Studies.
    Detailing Workshop

 

  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
    ICT is an integral part of the school’s total program. Students have access to a range of technologies including laptops, Interactive White Boards and IMac computers. The technology has enabled our students to achieve success and participate in community programs such as the Bayside Film Festival.
    ICT

    ICT

 

  • Hospitality
    Food Technology
    Food Technology introduces students in Healthy Nutrition and domestic and living skills. Students develop skills in Hygiene safety practises, cooking, reading recipes recognizing and using kitchen utensils and equipment in the kitchen.
    Food Tech Food Tech

    Industrial Kitchen
    The industrial kitchen is used to deliver VET Units from Certificate I in Hospitality and Certificate I Hospitality (Kitchen Operations).

    Kitchen Kitchen

 

  • Horticulture
    The school’s garden is use as base to introduce students in Sub School One and Two to horticulture. The vegetables grown in this garden are harvested and used as part of the school hospitality program. At the VET level student study units for Certificate II in Amenity Horticulture.
    Mulch Planting

 

  • Nail Technology
    Students learn how to provide customers with manicure and pedicure treatment services. This involves learning customer service skills, record keeping and nail science as it relates to the treatments as well as aspects of working in a beauty/retail environment such as safety in the workplace, merchandising and financial transactions
    Nail Technology Nail Technology

 

  • Community Recreation
    The school’s pool and gym facilities are timetabled for weekly lessons for all students in Sub School One and Two focussing on improving all students fitness and skill levels. At the VET level the students are provided with the knowledge and skills to enhance their employment prospects in the sport and recreation industry through studying units from the Certificate II in Community Recreation.
    Community Recreation Community Recreation