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Rites of Passage

Year 9 2019 Rites of Passage Video

Welcome! 快猫视频 Year 9 students complete a residential programme in Sydney where they will learn in museums, galleries, universities, theatres and the historically rich urban environment of Sydney鈥檚 CBD.

The Rites of Passage Sydney programme has been designed around psychologist Michael Carr-Greg鈥檚 identified needs for 14 and 15 year olds: emancipation from parents; strong, healthy friendships, vocational direction; and a strong sense of personal identity.

We have developed a cross-curriculum academic programme around the theme 鈥淚dentity – Telling Your Story鈥. It includes tours, workshops and lectures at Macquarie University, University of Technology Sydney, University of Sydney, Art Gallery of NSW, ABC Studios, Foreshore Authority, Reserve Bank, Museum of Human Disease, Sydney Jewish Museum, Barangaroo Reserve, the Australian Museum, Alliance Francaise, Sydney Improvised Music Association, the Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Cockatoo Island. Students will be mentored and coached by film makers who regularly work with AFTRS, lecturers and tutors from NIDA and ARIA award winning musicians.

The purpose of this innovative programme is to expose students to ideas, people and phenomena that could never be accessed in a conventional classroom. We want to ignite students鈥 passion for what the future holds and the learning journey they are on. The Rites of Passage programme for Year 9 marks a significant transition toward life as a senior student. After the exhilaration of starting High School and before the challenge of the Higher School Certificate, the Rites of Passage programme provides an unforgettable, transitional moment in the lives of Oxley students.

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