Year 10s make plans for the future
JAMES Nash High's Year 10 students have mapped out the next few years of study and work as part of the SETP (Student Education and Training Plan) process.
Student Renee Shaw said she hoped the SETP would “help all students achieve a bit more in life”.
Students researched further study and career options for four weeks in their English classes before coming up with their range of options for 2011 and beyond.
Parents and students had a 30-minute interview with a teacher in order to discuss their plans and choose subjects for senior schooling.
The goal was to match up student ambitions with training requirements or work plans.
Students had to consider a range of issues, including eligibility for university entrance in 2012, subjects, TAFE courses, school-based traineeships and Queensland Certificate of Education requirements.