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  • You're probably thinking right now, that high school is a lot bigger than primary.

  • But that doesn't mean you have to get lost in the crowd.

  • You might have noticed that kids in high school are a lot bigger too

  • but they'll help you out if you need it.

  • We're in Year 7 now, but a couple of months ago we were where you are,

  • feeling a bit scared and a bit excited.

  • We want to show you that high school can be really awesome.

  • We will show you around our school and show you what it has to offer.

  • But all high schools are different so you have to check out what is on offer at your school.

  • 00:00:56,640 --> 00:00:59,660 Here's what you'll learn: English

  • Maths Science

  • Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE) Creative Arts

  • Languages Technological and Applied Studies (TAS)

  • and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

  • You will all know about English and Maths. But science now means science labs, protective gear and cool experiments.

  • In Years 7 and 8, you study history and geography in HSIE.

  • Creative Arts includes Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Arts,

  • Visual Design, Photographic and Digital Media.

  • Sukida no kamoku wa nan desu ka? Sukida no kamoku wa Nihongo desu.

  • Arigato! Languages are heaps of fun

  • and you might get to travel somewhere overseas or exchange students might come to you.

  • Technical and Applied Studies which we call TAS

  • could include Design and Technology, Food Technology,

  • Industrial Technology, Information Software, Textiles, Agricultural Technology and Wood work.

  • PDHPE is Personal Development, Health and Physical Education.

  • We change into our sport uniform for this.

  • Sport is different in every high school but you will get some really cool choices

  • with whatever you like doing.

  • You'll usually have a different teacher for each subject and one for rollcall as well.

  • Justin? Here!

  • You carry your bags to classes with you.

  • Most schools also have lockers or other places where you can store things.

  • Classes run for about 45 minutes and are called periods.

  • Sometimes you will have double periods too,

  • so you can really get stuck into something.

  • Years 7 and 8 are introductions to high school subjects, so you can really get a taste of everything.

  • That's my cupcake. I made that! What did you do that for?

  • Year 7 and 8 really matter.

  • You develop new skills and ways of thinking that set you up

  • for the rest of your high school years.

  • In Year 8, you choose electives for Years 9 & 10.

  • In Year 10 choose subjects to study for Years 11 and 12.

  • When you start school you will receive a timetable.

  • It looks complicated but it actually tells you where you are meant to be and what you are studying at what time.

  • Whatever fun you have in the classroom,

  • there's even more fun going on outside the classroom.

  • Here's what's on offer at our school for extra-curricula activities.

  • Here's what happens at lunchtime and recess.

  • So here's our top tips on how to have a great first year at high school.

  • Number One -- meet new friends.

  • Making friends at high school really isn't that hard.

  • Joining clubs is a great way of meeting people from all the different years.

  • The most important thing is just to be yourself.

  • Even if you are bringing your primary school friends with you, high school is a great opportunity to meet new people.

  • I first met my best friend at Year 7 camp.

  • You make friends easily when you get involved in activities your school offers.

  • This leads to the next tip. Try something new!

  • High school is full of possibilities.

  • You really don't know what can come of them.

  • In high school you are expected to be more independent and organised, so you need to use a diary.

  • Have plenty of copies of your timetable around and colour-code your subjects if it helps.

  • Most nights you will have homework

  • so starting a regular study routine is a good idea.

  • Set up a quiet place at home where you can work without distractions.

  • Know when your assignments are due and plan what you have to get done.

  • Write to-do lists for homework and assignments and tick them off as you finish each task.

  • Ask teachers for help with assignments if you need it.

  • So now you are sure to have a great year.

You're probably thinking right now, that high school is a lot bigger than primary.


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