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Middle School

a time to try everything

Seriousness in learning is a cornerstone of teaching and learning at Scotch Middle school, as this is when students are entering the stage to develop the abilities and attitudes required to become independent learners.

Along with the diversity and systematic curriculum, Scotch AGS’s adequate attention to students’ “mental health” has created an ideal environment for young learners to challenge themselves academically and in the rich co-curricular options we design.

Seriousness in learning is a cornerstone of teaching and learning at Scotch Middle school, as this is when students are entering the stage to develop the abilities and attitudes required to become independent learners.

The Australia National Curriculum has established specific and comprehensive educational objectives for all students at the levels of study. As a result, in addition to the core subjects, students are required to select talented subjects for themselves. These subjects are taught in laboratories, classrooms, or learning areas that have been specifically organized and equipped to accommodate the complexities of each subject. The National Program of the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam also taught during regular school hours.

Physical and mental health is particularly important not just in high school, but also at all levels of study at Scotch. The curriculum and the “Care & Support” department at Scotch AGS are constantly focused on encouraging students in developing the ability to self-monitor and maintain their physical and mental health, as well as learn how to manage their own health and personal relationship.

Scotch guarantees the development of essential abilities so that students can be proactive and successful in the next level of education – Senior which includes: critical thinking, collaboration, research, organisation and problem-solving skills.

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Year 6

Continuing Year 5 curriculum, in Year 6, students improve their abilities to take positive actions for their wellbeing; they relate to others and communicate well with others; they make informed decisions and act responsibly. The development of information and communication technology skills increases across the curriculum at this level.

Year 7 & 8

In Year 7 & 8 students meet new organisational and personal challenges.
At this age, there is a focus on developing student’s abilities to maintain personal health and wellbeing and manage personal relationships.

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Year 9

In Year 9, learning across the curriculum prepares students for civic, social and economic participation outside of school. Students are provided with opportunities to make choices about learning and specialise in areas that interest them.

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