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In Years 10–12, the senior years of the Secondary School, students are encouraged to contribute to school life in every way and take on more leadership roles. Students lead Assemblies and Chapel Services, organise community activities, plan and implement The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award expeditions, captain co-curricular activities, mentor younger students, debate, perform and get involved. They are the leaders in the school community and role models for students in the younger years.
Senior Years students are encouraged to focus on their individual strengths and talents. Students’ learning encompasses academic excellence, spiritual development, the fostering of social and physical skills, and personal development.
With a focus on self-expression, self-respect and self-discipline, students in the senior years are encouraged to engage in learning that is meaningful, stimulating and challenging. From academic achievements to sporting excellence and creative pursuits, the aim is for students to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to become future leaders in the careers of their choice.
In a community that is small enough to care, yet large enough to offer a unique balance of intellectual and creative exploration, students in the senior years have many opportunities to explore their interests and achieve success. Ravenswood’s aim is to develop compassionate, connected, articulate young women, who have the confidence to succeed, no matter where their journey takes them.