At Cranbourne East Secondary College, our Personal Futures programme provides students with the opportunity to explore their own individual future pathway, their immediate community and the wider world around them. Through investigation, students analyse and interpret data to form conclusions supported by evidence in ‘real life’ situations. They put forward possible solutions to identified problems, suggesting how changes for improvement could be implemented. Students explore a range of issues such as human rights, road safety, Australia’s legal system, and much more.
Personal Futures delivers units of work that provide young people with opportunities to develop work skills and attributes required for 21st century workplaces. Students develop a realistic appreciation of their individual interests, values, preferences and strengths. They identify their personal and social competencies, researching a range of personal career goals.
Personal Futures units of work support and prepare our young people in becoming positive, interactive members of society.
Units of work incorporate the following curriculum areas:
- Civics and Citizenship
- Interpersonal Development
- Communication & Creativity
- Work Studies
- Industry and Enterprise
The year 9 Personal Futures curriculum for 2016 can be viewed here.
The year 10 Personal Futures curriculum for 2016 can be viewed here.