Atwell College

Senior School

2020 Year 11/12 Course Selection Handbook

Year 10 students participate in the Western Australian Curriculum and are assessed under the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline. All Year 10 students participate in a course counselling process to enrol in suitable courses in Years 11 and 12 designed to support students' Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) achievement within the context of university entrance or training and employment goals. Please refer to the 2020 Year 11/12 Course Selection Handbook for further information to assist with the course selection.

Please click here to view a web version of the Handbook.

A printable version of the Handbook is available here.


VET - Obtaining your Unique Student Identifier (USI) number

All students enrolling or re-enrolling in any forms of training will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

Your son or daughter will need the USI to enrol at any State Training Provider or Private Training Provider. This includes enrolling in VET for Schools programs as well as for certificate qualifications delivered at Atwell College.

More information about the USI can be found here

http://www.usi.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

It's easy...follow these 6 simple steps.

STEP 1: Have at least one form of ID for your son or daughter ready: Driver's Licence, Australian Passport, Medicare Card, Birth Certificate, Visa (with non-Australian Passport), Immigration Card or Citizenship Certificate.

STEP 2: Have your personal contact details ready: Address, email and/or phone number.

STEP 3: Visit usi.gov.au and click on 'Create a USI'.

STEP 4: Agree to the terms and conditions and follow the steps.

STEP 5: Write your son or daughter's unique number down and keep it somewhere handy and safe.

STEP 6: Provide this number (USI) with your son or daughter's name to Atwell College via email to Leah.DiLucia@education.wa.edu.au and you will also need the USI it when they enrol or re-enrol with a training provider in the future.

Pippa Ralston

VET Coordinator


Atwell Honours

Atwell College offers an honours program which recognises their achievements in school and extra-curricular activity. If students satisfy the requirement in two of the five categories listed below, they will be awarded Honours.

Honours categories include:

  • Academic
  • Arts
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Sport

Students leaving the College with honours will receive a certificate and badge; the achievement will be acknowledged on their report and their name will be placed on an honour board housed in Atwell College Main Administration.