Teams in Residence -Term 3 2017

Schools teams in attendance at the ALPINE SCHOOL CAMPUS for our Term 3 2017 Program:

  • Suzanne Cory High School
  • Wanganui Park Secondary College
  • Tarneit P-9 College
  • Mount Beauty Secondary College
  • Kyabram P-12 College
  • Nathalia Secondary College
  • Victoria University Secondary College
  • Taylors Lakes Secondary College
  • Alexandra Secondary College
  • Buckley Park College

Term 3 SSL program at the Alpine School Campus runs Sunday 23 July 2017 (student arrival) and concludes Saturday 23 September 2017 (student departure).

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Victorian Young Leaders to China Program
Victorian Young Leaders to China Program

The Alpine School Campus of the School for Student Leadership is a Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) school specialising in leadership and personal development education for students in Year 9.

This term we are a pilot program for the Victorian Young Leaders to China initiative. This means we are part of a state wide program for young Victorians to participate in a new and dynamic cultural exchange.

The program for term 4, 2014 will consist of a week at The Alpine School at Dinner Plain to begin the program, then 4 weeks in China at Utahloy International School, Zheng Chen Campus, and then a final week back at The Alpine School, Dinner Plain Campus.
The website is www.utahloy.com/zc

The Victorian Young Leaders to China Program gives students, teachers and school leaders the opportunity to be part of a life-changing international education experience.  As part of Victoria as a Learning Community and the vision to internationalise our education system, 1500 Victorian Year 9 students will travel to China over five years from 2014.

At the core, the Victorian Young Leaders to China Program is about students’ developing
capabilities for modern ways of living, thinking and working. This includes global knowledge, intercultural understanding and developing thinking and relationship skills for engaging in a global context such as collaboration, communication and linguistic ability. Students will participate in a rich learning program that will help them develop and demonstrate leadership skills, and to empower them to make an active contribution to their schools and communities as young leaders.

The program complements the Victorian Government’s Vision for Languages Education by sup-porting students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of another culture and language. It is designed to increase the number of students in all schools who include a language in addition to English in their senior secondary studies.

It is expected that all the rules and policies that apply the Alpine School, School for Student Leadership, will also apply when the students are in China.