Year 7

Our Core program is structured to reflect the teaching model students are familiar with in primary school. Core integrates English, Humanities and Religious Education and provides a secure pastoral atmosphere for our new learners. The Core structure provides students with a sense of belonging as they remain together as a class for all of the key learning areas including Maths, Science, Technology, and the Arts.

Year 7 Camp, a highlight for most students, occurs within the first few weeks of Term 1, giving students the opportunity to bond with students in their Core group. See our Camp page for more information.

"Our world is evolving quickly. At Nagle, we are challenged with teaching and preparing students for jobs that do not yet exist."

Mr Neville Powles, Principal

Year 8

Our Year 8 program prepares students for Middle School by explicitly offering individual subjects. The Year 8 program includes the following subjects:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Humanities (History, Geography, Economics and Business)
  • Religious Education
  • The Arts (Visual, Music, Drama)
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Language (Italian or Japanese)
  • Science
  • Technologies (Materials, Food, Textiles)

2021 Curriculum Handbook


Transition Program

Year 4 students from all schools in East Gippsland are invited to the College for a fun day of tabloid sports, organised and run by our Year 10 Outdoor Education class.

Occurs at the end of Term 1 and provides primary school students the opportunity to explore the campus. For more information please visit our Open Night page.

Expo visits take place in Term 2. Students in Years 5 and 6 are invited to experience a half-day of timetabled classes at Nagle.

Orientation Day takes place in early December and gives Year 6 students the opportunity to experience a typical day at Nagle.