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The Salisbury East Alternate Learning (SEAL) program was introduced in 2013 to support disengaged students in their learning and transition to their preferred pathway.
In 2014, under the leadership of a newly appointed and motivated coordinator, the program focused on a new direction with a stronger emphasis on student pathways to SACE completion, further education and/or employment.
The SEAL model involves three tiers of student enrolments:
The SEAL program has in excess of 25 students enrolled in the different tiers, which includes mid-year and special circumstance intakes.
SEAL students are also encouraged to become actively involved in their local community through volunteering activities, fundraising and mentoring and, over the course of the year, SEAL work with more than 20 community partners. Most notably, this has included:
While SEAL is now an alternate pathway for students to achieve SACE at Salisbury East High School, the curriculum focus is on career pathways and developing student resilience and employability skills.
In 2014, SEAL fulfilled this focus by:
SEHS is very proud of this program and that our students signifcantly improve their attendance and engagement in school learning programs when, alternatively, some may not have achieved the same success in a mainstream or Flexible Learning Options (FLO) program.