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The College is a Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 day school situated in
a delightful rural setting about six kilometres south of Campbelltown. The
school is committed to providing a quality education in a dynamic Christian
environment, so that the students may be given every opportunity to develop
their potential. St Peter’s Anglican Primary School is one of the major feeder
schools to Year 7. It is governed by the Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council.

Facilities: The College is extensively equipped in all areas of the
curriculum. It has extensive modern facilities including a huge information
resource centre (library) incorporating e-learning. There is also a separate
senior campus with university-style lecture rooms featuring data projectors, a
function centre, a cafeteria, a hospitality training complex (incorporating a
commercial kitchen), a specialist drama studio, music rooms, multiple IT
centres, internet access, science laboratories, sports ovals, tennis,
basketball and netball courts, and a fitness centre.

Electives Years 7 and 8: The College follows a basic core of
subjects as required by the NSW Board of Studies.

Electives Years 9 and 10: Child Studies, Commerce, Information and
Software Technology, Drama, Food Technology, German, Music, Photographic and
Digital Media, Physical Activity, Textiles Technology, International Software
Applications, International Studies, Robotics and Sports Studies.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Standard, Advanced and Extension English,
General, 2-Unit and Extension 1 and 2 Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
Ancient History, Modern History, Business Studies, Economics, Legal Studies,
Visual Arts, German Continuers, Drama, Engineering Studies, Design and
Technology, Community and Family Studies, Hospitality, Hospitality Extension,
Software Design and Development Technology, Information Processes and
Technology, Information Technology, PD/Health/PE. The following TAFE courses
are also offered.

Sport: The College offers a wide range of sports, including
basketball, tennis, horse-riding, softball, hockey, rugby league, volleyball,
rugby union, touch football, dancing, soccer, golf, walking, cricket, swimming,
aerobics, weights, martial arts, tenpin bowling, athletics, cross- country and
school sports.

Extracurricular activities: The College offers the Duke of
Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, interest clubs such as RAGE, science, choir, band,
interschool debating, drama, camps, exchange student programs and a peer
support program.

Welfare and personal development: Broughton College is committed to
providing a comprehensive education to cater for all levels of ability and
interest. It acknowledges that the prime responsibility for the education of
children lies with their parents and so supports those parents looking for an
education based on a Christian philosophy of life. Religious education is
compulsory. Preferred discipline includes lunchtime and after-school detention,
but close liaison is maintained with parents, and effort and positive behaviour
are publicly acknowledged.

Special features: Accelerated progression is provided to students of
merit. The college has close links with the University of Western Sydney in
joint projects. Resource teachers provide individualised programs for gifted
students, for those with learning difficulties, and for career preparation. The
average class is 25 in the Junior years. Smaller classes run in the senior
years. At least 80 per cent of students continue to Year 12 and then most
attend university, TAFE or private-provider training.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 960 students
Fees 4k - 8k
year 7 $6100. year 8 $6200. year 9 $6300 year 10 $6400. years 11 and 12 $7150. scholarships are available in years 5, 7 and 11.
02 4633******* 02 4633 8365 (Secondary) / 02 4633 8366 (Junior)
02 4633******* 02 4633 8358 (Secondary) / 02 4633 8428 (Junior)
Address PO Box 438, Campbelltown 2560
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