Department of Education

Sustainable Schools WA

Sustainable Schools WA

Sevenoaks Senior College


Philosophy and Ethos

Catering for around 550 Year 11 and 12 students from the south-east metropolitan corridor, Sevenoaks Senior College is proud of the features, which make this school unique:

  • Innovative use of technology which enables self-paced learning programs
  • Opportunities to learn in a range of settings
  • Flexible, extended timetables from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm
  • Learning areas which include computer laboratories, small group rooms, seminar rooms, modern science laboratories and a lecture theatre
  • A range of student support services
  • A focus on Enterprise and Work-Based learning across the curriculum

At Sevenoaks, the school is designed to reflect a TAFE or university campus environment. A bright, open café replaces a traditional canteen and music is heard around the school grounds. A Student Guild operates, with representatives elected by the students.

Student feedback from Sevenoaks always reveals that the students appreciate being treated in a friendly ‘adult’ fashion.

Sevenoaks Senior College
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