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SELECT ENTRY LEARNING PROGRAM (SELP)

Test date: Tuesday 4 September 2018

  • Testing is essentially for entry to Yrs 9 and 10 for 2019 . (Speak to General Office if interested in applying for Year’s 7 & 8).
  • Department of Education enrolment rules may effect eligibility for enrolment . (Speak to the General office for advice).

Call the office for an Application and Information pack - 97411822

 

To see our impressive "2017 Year 12 SELP Results", please click  HERE

 

 

' A Program of High Expectations and High Achievements'

The SELP is a selective entry program developed to address the special learning needs of students who demonstrate high levels of task commitment and high levels of achievement.  Through the combination of a specially designed Curriculum, well-practiced teaching expertise, and a developed culture of high expectations, students are stimulated, challenged and motivated towards even higher levels of achievement.

Werribee Secondary College operates the only TAASS, (The Academy of Accredited SEAL Schools), accredited Select Entry Program in the Wyndham Region. The SELP has been operating since 1997 at Werribee Secondary College.

Students in the Program have attained outstanding results and last year’s summary of results can be seen in the table below.

The following table compares the performance of Werribee Secondary College SELP students against the Victorian State average. The Table combines both VCE and IB results of Year 12 SELP students.

2017 YEAR 12 SELP RESULT SUMMARY

ATAR

All students in

Victoria

Werribee SC

SELP 2017

95 or above

5%

30.5%

90 or above

10%

52.2%

80 or above

20%

80.5%

70 or above

30%

97.8%

Median ATAR

50%

91.8%

 

The culture of challenge and hard work which the SELP cultivates enables students to make the most of their capabilities. (You can view our top ten students for 2017, -  below).

We have the Experience, the Expertise and the Curriculum structure to help your child achieve their potential.

Year 12 SELP Class of 2017 - Top 10 Students

Additional Achievements:

  • Li Mengyu                                        Monash International Scholarship for Excellence
  • Lee So Jung                                     Faculty of Business and Economics Scholarship
  • Huang Jonathan                              Daffyd Lewis Scholarship
  • Muhiyaddeen Hassen Fathima        Vice Chancellors Scholarship for Achievement
  • Hung Miao-Hsuan                            Access Melbourne and Burnett Family

Many other SELP students were also awarded scholarships.

 

ENTRY INTO THE PROGRAM

Year 7

Most students enter the Program at Year 7. In order to do so they must sit for the Entrance Examination whilst still in Year 6. Enrolment into the program is determined by performance on these tests. The main testing session is conducted in May.

Other Year Levels

A small number of positions are available at other year levels as a result of family movement. Entry into these places is subject to a satisfactory performance on the Entrance Examination. This exam takes place in Mid-September . Applications open Early August – contact the College.

THE CURRICULUM

The SELP curriculum allows students to work at a pace, more in keeping with their academic capacities. Students are extended to work at higher thought process levels, and higher academic performance levels. In this way their intellectual development is stimulated whilst their social and emotional development is supported by a peer group of similarly motivated and achieving students.

All students stay together in one class for all of their subjects in Years 7 & 8. In Years 9 & 10 they are able to select several elective subjects, which they undertake with other students from their year level. Students must meet the set academic requirements at each year level.

All students who enter the Program exhibit above average ability in Mathematics. The extent to which they excel in Mathematics will influence the curriculum pathway which each student follows.

 

All students:

- undertake compulsory music studies in Years 7 & 8, with the option of an extension music curriculum .

- are able to take up instrumental studies and perform with one of the school bands or orchestras .

- undertake a Language Other Than English to Year 9 .

- undertake VCE studies whilst in Year 10.

- undertake Year 12 subjects whilst in Year 11.

- have the option of a University subject in Year 12.

- participate in a range of enrichment activities:
   - Debating
   - Guest Speakers
   - Public Speaking Program
   - Tours of the University of Melbourne