Senior Schooling at Bundamba State Secondary College presents many opportunities through choosing a pathway to success. Success and reward in senior schooling are most likely to be achieved when there is careful and purposeful planning and selection of subjects and courses by students.
This Senior Pathway and Subject Guide has been developed as a reference to assist with choosing that pathway. By using this information to choose subjects for Year 11, students will have a clear view of opportunities
available to them on their selected pathway.
BSSC Learning Policy 2020 v1.3.pdf
Bundamba State Secondary College is a diverse, culturally rich and aspirational community where everyone has the
opportunity to experience success, a sense of belonging and self-worth. Our values are Pride, Respect, Responsibility
At Bundamba State Secondary College, our priorities are Learning, Engagement and Wellbeing. The College aims to
develop, enact and monitor a clear, shared vision for a culture of high expectations of student achievement.
The Learning Policy outlines the expectations and responsibilities of the College, students, and parents/carers
during the Teaching, Learning and Assessing Cycle.
Assessment procedures referred to in the Bundamba State Secondary College Learning Policy are designed to meet
the accountabilities set by:
- The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), which is the statutory body
responsible for curriculum from Foundation to Year 10.
- The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), which develops and revises syllabuses
and guidelines for the Kindergarten Year to Year 12 and accredits syllabuses and guidelines prepared outside
of the QCAA.
Appendix 3 - AARA Application Form Years 10-12.pdf
AARA are provided to assist students who have a disability, impairment, medical condition, or other
circumstance, that may be a barrier to their ability to demonstrate their learning, knowledge or skill in