The Access program provides a shared curriculum for senior secondary students across five clusters of isolated schools. Small groups of students interact with each other and their teacher through videoconferencing and collaborative technologies. This enables rural students to complete their secondary education at their local school with the support of their community – without having to live away from home.
The Access program provides:
- a choice of senior patterns of study, courses and course levels
- courses which have a local area interest or established need, including those which recognise the expressed or perceived needs of individual students.