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Inside Teaching : October 2010
Inside Teaching | October 2010 FEATURE 8 electronics laboratories, three CAD and programming rooms, a computer pod and print area, and an applied physics laboratory. Each of the three schools operates on the same timetable and daily structure to facilitate cross-campus study at the senior levels. Students in Years 11 and 12 have access to a broader range of subjects than would normally be available in a stand- alone school. For example, there may be a cross-campus class in multimedia in which students from all three schools undertake studies, with the class taught by a specialist teacher from one of the schools. It sometimes occurs that a student wants to study two subjects which are on at the same time, and the ability to study across campus opens up the opportunity to study both subjects but at different schools. The cooperative nature of our shared site is also seen in events such as: • the annual cross-campus assembly with dance, drama and musical performances which involve students from all three schools and which students from all three schools enjoy • an afternoon tea at the beginning of each school year ONE OF THE MAJOR BENEFITS OF THE SHARED-FACILITIES MODEL AND THE COMBINED CAMPUS HAS BEEN THE SUCCESS OF JOINT FUNDING SUBMISSIONS.