The PVGC co-curricular program exists to provide activities and learning experiences that complement aspects of the formal curriculum. While these activities are separate from our academic courses, we believe that they play a very important role in the development of the whole student.
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English & EAL
We are committed to developing the literacy skills of our students across all year levels.
We are currently offering Italian and Japanese. Our commitment to developing both written and spoken language is consistent across all options.
Essential life-skills are developed throughout our Humanities courses. Included are Geography, History, Legal, Commerce, Business Management and Accounting.
Music & Orchestra
Our talented and experienced Music faculty, led by David Rosa, provides students with invaluable learning opportunities. A range of instruments are also offered for private tuition.
Our goals for the use of ICT are outlined in our ICT Vision Statement.
General Science is taught throughout Junior and Middle School, with VCE options for Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Psychology.
Our Health and Physical Education program encourages the development of important motor-skills and coordination. Outdoor Education provides brilliant opportunities for learning outside of the classroom.
Our Arts subjects include Digital Photography, Visual Arts, Drama, Performance Studies, Studio Arts, Creations, Media, and Visual Communications and Designs.
Developing the numeracy skills of our students across all year levels is a major consideration of the teaching and learning program at PVGC.
Health, Food & Hospitality
Throughout these units, students are provided with industry-specific training. Our Hospitality course provides valuable experience, maximising employability.