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English language colleges have modern facilities and libraries with English texts, DVDs, audio and computer programs for your use. Teachers are friendly and supportive, and qualified in teaching students from a range of countries. Facilities usually include computerised language laboratories, as well as a computer centre with email and internet access. Most English language colleges organise social events and excursions for you to see the sights and get to know other students. The most exciting part about studying English in Queensland is being able to immerse and challenge yourself in an English-speaking environment. Outside of class, you have time to enjoy the beautiful sights of Queensland. Primary and secondary schools Queensland’s school system is made up of government and non-government (independent) primary and secondary schools. The range of schools provides an educational answer to meet your schooling goals. Some schools specialise in particular fi elds such as music or sport. Schools may be single sex (boys or girls only) or co-educational. Independent schools may have a religious affiliation. The Queensland school system is divided into: • primary school – Years 1 to 7 • junior secondary education – Years 8 to 10 • senior secondary education – Years 11 to 12. > 52 AUSTRALIAN STATE PROFILES
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