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Student Responsibilities

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What are our expectations of students?   Like the workplace students are expected to take responsibility for their own learning. Every student has their own individual timetable. Students are responsible for ensuring that the subjects on their timetable match those required to course complete the HSC. Students are expected to be punctual and attend all classes and to work to the best of their ability.

All students must treat all other students and staff at all times respectfully.

Students are expected to behave in a mature and responsible manner and always follow the policies of the College and instructions of staff. It is the expectation that if students have an unforseen circumstance preventing their attendance that they notify the College of their absence. Students of Bradfield Senior College are governed by the TAFE NSW Student Discipline Policy.

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The Learning Centre provides a unique environment for learning, study and tutorial support
Are you looking for:
• Free, quality tutoring in subjects, i.e. Maths or English?
• A quiet place to work?
• Computer and internet access?
• A place to escape the heat or the cold?

Do you need help with:
• Essay writing?
• Organising your study & developing study skills?
• Catching up on missed work or work you really haven't understood in class?

The Learning Centre is available: Monday - Friday (9am - 5pm)
Tutors are available: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Check Tutors timetables for hours of availability relating to specific Tutors
Location: Room C2.07 - above the library.

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Bradfield  Library provides an excellent range of resources to support the HSC and vocational subjects. The Library is a member of the TAFE NSW Library Network and the Catalogue (TAFEcat) can be searched via the  Internet.  The collection includes books, documentaries, music CDs, magazines, novels and movies. Most of these items can be borrowed. Facilities for viewing DVDs are available for individuals or small groups in the library.

E-resources are available to students with password access. These include online databases of articles and e-books, as well as television news and documentary programmes – all accessible from the College or from home.  

Textbooks for all subjects are loaned to students from the Library – to be returned when the subject or topic is completed.

Printing, photocopying and binding facilities are available for student use and the Library is a wireless ‘hotspot’ for laptops.

The enthusiastic Library staff are available to assist students to improve their research skills and to locate specific information for study and assignment work.

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The “Connect” program is fundamental to our provision of student support. It aims to foster better communication, understanding, and trust between students and teachers. By working in small groups for one hour per week Connect classes are more informal than normal lessons. Students are encouraged to learn about the rules and procedures of the HSC, the philosophy and culture of the College and what is needed to succeed in an adult-learning environment.

Teachers help students to identify and articulate goals they want to achieve, as well as offering learning and study strategies. Connect classes are compulsory, running throughout Preliminary and continuing into the first term of the HSC year.

 
   

MyBradfield

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"MyBradfield" is a web portal providing students with real time access to personalised information about their academic progress plus other important resources and information. Some of the information that a student can obtain is:
• Personalised Timetable
• Assessment schedule
• Attendance 
• Marks
• Messages from your teachers
• Learning materials
• Important dates
• Noticeboard • Fun links
• Site feedback

Student can access MyBradfield from all computers at the College and from home. 

   

Student Association

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By joining the Student Association, students have access to a wide range of extra curricula activities and support. At Bradfield the Student Association typically organises fundraising and participation in community events such as The Biggest Morning Tea and Shave for a Cure. Other activities include hosting BBQs and running competitions such as the pool comp. The association is led by an annually elected student board and is a great way to get involved and have your say. .

 
   

Cafe' Bradfield

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Want a place to relax on some comfy lounges, chat with friends and listen to some music while eating a healthy nourishing lunch?  Well Cafe' Bradfield is the place!   

There's a great assortment of food, from homemade pastas to delicious fresh sandwiches. There's table tennis and a regular pool competition.

 

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