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At PLC, we recognise the individual and take a team approach to offer a personalised education.
The African proverb ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ informs our community approach in developing distinguished young women who are courageous, principled and resilient. This team approach is unique to PLC and allows for greater personalisation of all we do.

It is important to us that your daughter is known and valued and that her academic progress and wellbeing are monitored and developed. In the Senior School our staff work as a team to support your daughter’s development.

All Year groups in the Senior School have a Year Co-ordinator, a Wellbeing and Service Co-ordinator and a Learning Co-ordinator. These staff form the first point of contact for our girls and their families and bring to life the true value a connected community has in supporting and developing our girls.

We are the only girls’ school in WA to offer two programmes at Year 11 and 12; the Western Australian Certificate of Education and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme. Once students have chosen their pathway, we will help distinguish their personal identity within that community, through mentoring programmes that begin in Year 12 and continue with opportunities for life through our Old Collegians Association.

Teaching and Learning in Years 11 – 12

Years 11 and 12 at PLC is where students are offered a wide range of subject choices across two campuses – PLC and Scotch College. Drawing on the talents of staff from both schools, PLC and Scotch College students get the very best of both worlds.

This choice allows students to select a course that will best suit their learning styles and career plans. Through the academic pathways girls are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning as they prepare for life beyond school.

The College offers three distinct academic pathways in Year 11 and 12: the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) course is offered with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) pathway, which leads to direct university entrance. The College offers the WACE non-ATAR pathway, referred to as the General pathway, which leads to direct entry to TAFE and other organisations as well as application entry into university. We also offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, which leads to a ranking out of 45 that is converted into an ATAR for university entrance in Australia. The IB Diploma course is valued and recognised by all Australian and International universities. Students taking the IB Diploma undertake a critical thinking course called The Theory of Knowledge, write an Extended Research Essay and carry out a range of creative, active and service activities (CAS).

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097046F

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Full Time (104 hafta)

Okul ücreti
A$43,302.00 (TRY 466,114) Yıllık
This fee is for 2021 and it may subject to change for the coming year
Başlangıç tarihi

26 Temmuz 2022, 11 Ekim 2022

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Presbyterian Ladies' College

14 McNeil Street,

PEPPERMINT GROVE,

Western Australia,

6011, PERTH, Australia

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