We acknowledge the Yawuru people,
the traditional owners and custodians of the land
on which we work and learn together.

Broome SHS


Students with Education Needs (SEN)

For students with special education needs, ASDAN programs are available at Broome Senior High School. ASDAN Award Programs are endorsed programs which have been designed to promote the development of personal, social, independent, ICT and work-related skills within a real-life context. These programs have become an integral part of the curriculum in Western Australian secondary schools. On leaving school, students have access to further education within registered ASDAN State Training Providers such as West Coast Institute of Technology, local training institutes, employment agencies and Alternatives to Employment (ATE) service providers.

The following programs are on offer at Broome Senior High School:

ASDAN Award Programs

ASDAN Towards Independence, designed to develop personal, social, independent and work related skills and give students the opportunity to try options such as Personal Safety, Business Enterprise, Meal Preparation and Cooking, Practical Workshop, Work Awareness, Vocational Training, Developing Numeracy and Developing Communication and Literacy.

ASDAN Workright is a program that develops a range of basic transferable employability skills. This program assists students with Health and Safety, Being Responsible and Working with Others in the Workplace.

The ASDAN modules being offered will depend on the needs of the students and the availability of SEN staff. Individualised programs will be collaboratively developed with parents, students, teachers, and administrators.

For more information on ASDAN programs: https://www.asdan.org.uk/

Broome Senior High School Cadet Programs

Ranger Cadets Program incorporates Bush Ranger Cadets WA and Indigenous Ranger Cadetship. The Ranger Cadets Program supports youth to take an active role in the conservation of the natural environment and to understand the mechanisms of environmental management. The Ranger Cadets model promotes leadership, personal growth and skills development as central key components of the program.

Indigenous Rangers Cadetship is a great program about Rangers looking after country – Yawuru, Bardi-Jawi, and Karajarri. Learn about Conservation and Land Management covering plants and animals, marine life, fire control, weed control land rehabilitation and coastal monitoring.

For more information regarding Students with Education Needs (SEN), please see the Head of Learning Area РSEN, Ms Sandi Passmore.