Chapel School

August 25, 2015

Chapel School offers an opportunity for young people to make positive changes for the future.

Key College, Chapel School Campus, Merrylands (Years 9 and 10)

Chapel Campus opened in 2004 and offers medium to long term educational programs for young people. Many students are at risk of becoming disengaged as well as those who are already disconnected from mainstream education. Individual Learning Plans are developed to assist students in years 9 -10 to gain the knowledge and skills required to work towards achieving their Record of School Achievement (RoSA), or to access further training or employment.

Key College, Chapel School Campus – Step Up Program, Merrylands (Years 9 and 10)

This program began in 2010 and provides opportunities for young people to re-engage with learning and the community. Step Up Program provides a safe learning environment that fosters an atmosphere allowing students to work towards reaching their full potential. Students can attain their HSC, TAFE qualifications or work skills and experience. Step Up Program aims to provide them with greater choice in employment opportunities and the skills to make a valuable contribution to their community.

Chapel School Campus also provides an Aboriginal Education Program called ASPIRE (Aboriginal Students Participating In Real Education). Youth Off The Streets recognises that there is a gap in education attainment between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth. The ASPIRE Program is for students in Year 9 – 12, although all Aboriginal students in Youth Off The Streets can be involved in the cultural activities.

 

2019 KEY COLLEGE (Chapel School) ANNUAL SCHOOL REPORT

Find out more

If you know a young person who will benefit from Chapel School, please contact our School Manager.

Nathanial Baker

T: 0418 214 048 E: nathanialb@youthoffthestreets.com.au

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