“We are so thrilled to be able to now offer alternative education for these year levels; amazing achievement.”
NEW BUS SERVICE
Cire Community School has experienced considerable growth this year due to the inclusion of years 7 to 9. In response to an increased level of interest in our junior high school program which is based at Yarra Junction, the school will be offering an additional bus service from the start of next term. We currently provide a dedicated bus service linking the Healesville and Badger Creek communities to our school. From the start of term 3, we will expand this service to Chirnside Park, Mooroolbark, Mt Evelyn and Lilydale.
“We recognise that many of our students need an extra level of support in order to have a successful high school experience and we are committed to providing theses extra services to our school community”.
Cire Community School has been specifically established as a not for profit co-educational secondary school. We provide positive educational experiences and social and behavioural support to enable our students to successfully engage in their secondary schooling.
Cire Community School caters for over 100 students who have experienced difficulty with mainstream schooling and provides quality education and personal development opportunities that are hands-on, engaging and relevant to our students. Each class is well resourced and staffed with quality programs to assist students in their individual learning styles. The class sizes are small and welcoming.
Our Years 7 to 10 program is delivered from our purpose built campus in Yarra Junction. We offer Foundation, Intermediate and Senior VCAL as a Senior Secondary Qualifications from both our Mt Evelyn and Yarra Junction campuses.
Committed to providing students with a range of educational pathways and assisting the young people who attend our school to achieve the goals that they have identified for themselves. Graduates from our school go on to follow a range of training and employment pathways as a result of their learning. All students will complete a pathways plan at the commencement of enrolment which is reviewed throughout their time at the school.
Cire Community School strives to provide a learning environment where:
Students can create and experience success in their learning, personal and social development.
Students can engage in structured and positive community activities to foster their sense of connection to their community as a valued and active member.
Students are supported to develop the academic and social skills to successfully transition from childhood to young adulthood and beyond.
Individual learning needs can be met in a supportive and flexible manner.
The highest standards of Applied Learning are delivered.
Success is not just measured in academic terms but in the development of resilience and maturity
Cire Community School provides an educational environment that is framed in the emerging understandings of childhood development, including the impacts of childhood trauma and student learning. We believe that all young people should be able to positively engage in their education regardless of their life circumstances and any barriers to learning. Education should not just focus on academic attributes but on the whole person, providing active support for their social and emotional development while supporting the development of knowledge and skills needed for a rapidly changing world.
Parent Carer Letter 4th October 2017 – includes smoking policy, introducing our new assistant principal and permission to leave campus information.
VCAL incorporates the following units:
Literacy, reading and writing
Literacy oral communication
Work related skills
Personal development skills
A range of other options
Year 7 – 9 Junior Highschool Program
We are very pleased to announce that we have commenced our years 7, 8 and 9 programs in addition to our existing VCAL program at our Yarra Junction campus.
At this level, the focus is on basic and preparatory knowledge and employability skills. There is also a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy skills.
At this level, the focus is on knowledge and employability skills development that leads to independent learning, confidence and a higher level of transferable skills.
At this level, the focus is on knowledge and employability skills that lead to a high level of interpersonal skills, independent action and achievement of tasks that require decision making and leadership.
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Term 4 Fees (years 7 – 12)
$125 (full) or $50 (concession)
A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required to secure your place
For more information, please refer to our Fees and Charges Policy
*The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. The student tuition fees is indicative only and subject to change without notice.
Cire Services Inc doesn’t accept cash payments. For your convenience we have following methods available:
Credit or debit card payment (MasterCard and VISA) via phone, internet banking or in person.
Direct deposit (all transaction require a reference description to ensure your payment is identified e.g. invoice number or student name).
Centrepay – this service is a free direct bill paying service available to customers who receive an Australian Government Department of Human Services Centrelink payment, Family Assistance payment or Parental Leave pay. This payment option is setup at the enrolment stage, with one of our enrolment officers providing assistance as required.
Account Name – Cire Services Inc.
Bank – National Australia Bank (NAB)
BSB – 083-982
Account Number – 03-785-5491
Our friendly staff will assist you at any of the Cire sites. All transactions are conducted in a secure manner and credit card details are not kept on file.
Should you have difficulty in this process please contact Nicola Davies on 5967 1776 with queries.
Cire Community School student handbook 2017 – COMING SOON
Principles and Practice of Australian Democracy
Cire Community School promotes and supports the principles and practices of Australian democracy through our commitment to:
The rule of law
Equal rights for all before the law
Freedom of religion
Freedom of speech and association
The values of openness and tolerance
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Cire Services Incorporated
School Registration Number 2091
Cire acknowledges the traditional owners of the land upon which we work and pay our respects to elders both past and present.
Cire welcomes and supports people with a disability or additional needs.