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Year 11

In Year 11, students will choose from a range of 10 and 20 credit subjects. Students must complete a minimum of 120 subject credits including a minimum of 20 credits (one full year) of English or English as Another Language or Dialect (EALD), and a minimum of 10 credits (one semester, or half a year) of Maths. Students will also start their SACE Research Project, which is one of the compulsory SACE requirements. Year 11 is the same as SACE Stage 1.

Year 11 subjects

Eynesbury students are able to choose from a range of SACE Stage 1 subjects. In addition to the Personal Learning Plan (if not completed in Year 10), there are two compulsory requirements to complete Stage 1 – a full year of English subjects (which includes English as an Additional Language or Dialect), and a minimum of a semester of Maths. Each semester of study is 10 SACE credits. Students complete a minimum of 120 credits in Year 11. This may include the compulsory Stage 2 Research Project.

Core subjects

SACE credits: 10
  • Accounting
  • Ancient Studies
  • Australian and International Politics
  • Business and Enterprise
  • Drama
  • Essential Mathematics
  • Legal Studies
  • Modern History
  • Personal Learning Plan (if not completed in Year 10)
  • Psychology
  • Research Practices
  • Research Project
  • Society and Culture
  • Visual Arts – Design
SACE credits: 10 or 20
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • General Mathematics (20 credits required for progression to Year 12 General Mathematics)
  • Visual Arts – Art
SACE credits: 20
  • Chemistry
  • English or EALD
  • French (beginners)
  • French (continuers)
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Physics
  • Specialist Mathematics (must also do Mathematical Methods)
External subjects by negotiation
  • Dance
  • Languages other than English (for example: Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese)
  • Music

Year 11 sample timetable

A typical timetable is outlined below. Where classes are not scheduled, teachers are available for one-on-one and small group support.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8.35am to 10.25am

Physics

Unscheduled teachers available for one-on-one and small group support

Unscheduled Teacher Professional Time

Economics

Mathematics Methods

Break

10.40am to 12.30pm

ESL English as Second Language Studies

Modern History

EMP Eynesbury Mentor Program

Business & Enterprise

Unscheduled teachers available for one-on-one and small group support

Lunch

11.15pm to 3.05pm

Economics

Mathematics Methods

Physics

Unscheduled teachers available for one-on-one and small group support

Modern History

Break

3.20pm to 5.10pm

Unscheduled teachers available for one-on-one and small group support

Business & Enterprise

Unscheduled teachers available for one-on-one and small group support

ESL English as Second Language Studies

Free study period

More information and Year 11 subject selection guides can be found at: http://www.esc.sa.edu.au/year11/

Entry into Year 12