19 March 2015 Matina Shadwick   | News | Year 12  
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HSC Chinese Background Speakers (CBS)

Twelve students sat for this exam.  Six students received a Band 5, six students received a Band 4. Comparing these results to their English (ESL) performance, eight students achieved higher marks in the Chinese Background Speakers course. For seven students, CBS was their best result in their HSC. There was a very strong correlation between school assessment and moderated assessment. This supports the LOTE faculty’s clear and explicit assessment practices as more than adequately preparing students for the HSC examination.The highest result was 85 – Lifu Peter PENG and Yip Chun WONG. The second highest result 83 – Lingbo YU and Zheng CHEN,.Third Highest result 80 – Yike XI and Michael Bangyi ZUO

HSC Heritage Korean (HK)

2014 marked the inaugural year for HK studies at HSC level. Five 

students sat for this exam. Two students received  Band 6; one student received aBand 5.For three students out of five, Heritage Koreanwas the best result in their HSC. There was a very strong correlation between school assessment and moderated assessment. This supports the LOTE faculty’s clear and explicit assessment practices as more than adequately preparing students for the HSC examination.The highest result was 95 achieved by JohnLee . The second highest result achieved by James Minyong Lee.

Well done to the class of 2014!

Open High School Success

We are also proud to announce and congratulate the following two students for their successes at Open High School.

Seungyo Yeom

  • High Achievement Award in Japanese Beginners

  • Third in Preliminary Japanese Beginners

Soo Shin Yong

  • High Achievement Award in Japanese Beginners

  • First in Preliminary Japanese Beginners