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SET Plan Interviews
At Ignatius Park College, students in Year 10 develop a Senior Education and Training Plan (SET Plan) in consultation with their parents and the College. The SET Plan maps out a student’s intended education and training options for Years 11 and 12. The College provides considerable support and advice throughout Year 10 to ensure students are selecting senior subjects and courses relevant to potential post-school careers and/or further studies.
In term 3, SET Plans are reviewed and endorsed in SET Plan Interviews involving the student, parent(s) and a College representative. At these interviews, all parties ensure the Year 11 and 12 learning intentions of the student are relevant and appropriate to their abilities, interests and intended career pathways. The SET Plan Interviews are booked using Parent Lounge.
Throughout Years 11 and 12, the SET plan is reviewed and updated as necessary and transferred to other learning institutions, if required.
Please review the information below, as it contains important dates and times.
Year 11 students 2024:
- Monday 7 August 2023 SET Plan Interview Bookings open in Parent Lounge at 6.00 am
- Monday 14 August 2023 SET Plan Interview Bookings close in Parent Lounge at midnight.
- Friday 18 August 2023 SET Plan Interviews - Venue - Edmund Rice Hall
Parent Lounge - Logging in
Username - Your username is your parent code. Please find this on your latest Statement of Account or by looking at your son's ID Card (first 5 digits of the student number)
Parent code is the first 5 digits of the student code (01234 in this example)
Statement of Account
Parent code is the account number (01234 in this example)
Passwords - If you have forgotten your password please use the Forgot Password link at the top of the login page.
Edmund Rice Education Australia Colleges LTD,
Trading as Ignatius Park College. ABN: 58 395 448 571
Term 1 starts Monday 23 January 2023
Acknowledgement of Country
The Ignatius Park College Community would like to humbly acknowledge the Wulgurukaba peoples on whose land our College is located, as well as the Bindal peoples on whose land many of us live and travel across daily. We respectfully thank the elders of this traditional land both past and present for guiding us through the journey of time to where we are today.