The Wellington Instructional Model is designed to articulate our approach to teaching and learning. In it we describe our purpose and core values, some truths about learning, how we teach and what we teach.
The Wellington Secondary College Instructional Model was developed collaboratively by our staff and comprises of:
At Wellington, we believe that a truly supportive educational environment cares for the whole child not just the academic. In order for our young people to be successful in life wellbeing, inclusion and respectful relationships are the essential ingredients for that future success.
To support our diverse and multicultural cohort, Wellington offers:
Wellington empowers students to strive for excellence in all aspects of their school life, providing specialist programs and practitioners to build life-long learners and cater for individual differences. This includes:
Wellington understands that our young people face significant challenges in regard to future work in an age where technology and traditional concepts of employment are in flux. We need to equip our students with a 21ST Century mindset and skill set that is flexible, dynamic, empathic and not just content based. Our curriculum in Years 7 to 10 is founded on the Curriculum Areas articulated in the Victorian Curriculum Foundation to 10; and the Victorian Certificate of Education and The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning.