One size does not fit all and neither should education. Every student is unique and individual in their interests, passions and learning needs. Here at Hampton Park Secondary College we are committed to embedding an education model that is student-centred and focused on enabling learning pathways.
Our world is rapidly changing, so we must better prepare students. At HPSC, we believe that ‘education should be done with students, rather than to students’. We are committed to embedding an education model that is student-centred and brings out the best in our young people.
Nurturing Growth & Exploration
At Hampton Park Secondary College, the journey from primary to secondary education is a personalised and nurturing experience, where students are encouraged to explore their interests and set the course for their educational future.
Hampton Park Secondary College has a strong tradition of transition processes that are individualised and nurturing. We have a variety of processes in place to allow for a smooth transition of students on their journey to, and during their time, at the College.
The first stage of learning at Hampton Park Secondary College is called ‘Explore’.
The Explore Program has been designed to encourage all Year 7 students to do exactly as the name suggests, ‘explore’ the full range of subjects on offer from the eight key learning areas.
Students across the “Enhance” years (Years 8-10) are introduced to a wide range of subject choices, but these choices must be made with interests, pathways, and future work and career options in mind.
Hampton Park Secondary College aims to prepare students to be lifelong learners who are well-equipped for the world of work. Students studying in the Excel program (Years 10-12) have a range of pathway options available to them which are dependent on their aspirations, interests, literacy and numeracy skills and their preferred mode of learning.