Broughton Anglican College is an outreach ministry of Campbelltown Anglican Church and a service to the Macarthur community.
In Years 7 and 8, students study compulsory subjects including English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Spanish (Yr 8 only), Visual Arts, Music, Technology, Information Services, PDHPE and Biblical Studies.
Year 9 and 10 students continue a compulsory course of study in English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, PDHPE and Biblical Studies, but may also choose additional subjects from a comprehensive range of electives. These include Commerce, Design & Technology, Drama, Food Technology, Textiles Technology, Robotics, Industrial Technology – Engineering, Information & Software Technology, Music, Photographic & Digital Media, Physical Activity & Sports Studies, Textiles Technology and Visual Arts.
Students in Year 9 can also choose one 100 hours Elective Subject. These include Childhood Studies, International Studies, Industrial Technology – Engineering, Robotics and Software Applications.
Study in Years 11 and 12 at Broughton is designed to provide a smooth transition for students from the compulsory years of education toward further tertiary study or into the workforce. This means recognising the particular needs of senior students, educating them on the responsibilities they face once they have left school, and providing opportunities for them to develop those responsibilities.
From an educational perspective, Broughton strives to meet this challenge by offering a broad range of both academic and vocational subjects.
English Standard, Advanced, English Extension 1
Mathematics Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2
Sciences Science,Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Senior Science
Humanities SeniorGeography,Ancient History, Modern History, Business Studies, Economics, Legal Studies
Creative Arts Visual Arts, Drama, Music 1 and Music 2
Languages Spanish,Spanish Beginners,Spanish Continuers
Technology Engineering Studies, Design & Technology, Food Technology, Textiles and Design
PDHPE PDHPE, Community and Family Studies, Sports, Lifestyle and Recreation
Hospitality, Hospitality Extension, Software Design & Development, Information and Digital Technology, Information and Digital Technology extension.
Senior students may elect to study a course through the South Western Sydney TAFE. These courses are taught at the TAFE campus by TAFE teachers and are subject to the rules of the TAFE College. Students undertaking TAFE Delivered Courses will be invoiced for these courses by the NSW TAFE Directorate. The cost of these courses are not included in the College Tuition Fees.
The final curriculum pattern is determined by students’ selection of subjects.