Community Learning and the NTCET

Students are able to earn NTCET credits for Community Learning in two ways – Community developed Programs and Self-directed Community Learning.

Self-directed Community Learning

Self-directed Community Learning is gained through informal community activities such as coaching a sports team, being the primary carer of a family member, or leading an environmental project in the community.

Students will need to provide evidence of their learning for assessment so that the SACE Board can recognise these other kinds of Community Learning.

Community-developed Programs

Community-developed Programs include, for example, Australian Music Examinations Board, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and St John Ambulance Australia.

The Compass App

Students and their families are encouraged to download the Darwin High School Compass app to their smart phone/tablet device. Compass app allows you to stay up to date with announcements and events, complete a range of e-forms for student absences and excursions and easily contact us via phone or email direct from the app.

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