Year 11 Accounting

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mrs D. Reyneke



Year 11 Accounting is an introductory course. Almost everyone practises accounting in one form or another on a daily basis.  Accounting is part of measuring, communicating and interpreting financial activity.  Whether you are preparing a household budget, balancing your cheque book, preparing your income tax return or running a large corporation you are working with accounting concepts and accounting information.

It covers concepts for sole proprietors, financial statements including a cash budget and processing of transactions using online assessments (schoolsims programme).  Community organisation statements are done up to the point where the Treasurer presents his report to the AGM.

A school background in Accounting is useful if you wish to enter the world of commerce, business management, banking, tourism, marketing, insurance, information technology, resource management, finance, consultancy, advisory and self employment.

Course Overview

Term 1
Term 1- Cash management AS 90982
- Start Processing for a small business (AS 90977)

Term 2
Term 2 - Complete AS 90977
- Community organisations (Clubs) AS 90979

Term 3
Term 3 - Financial statements AS 90978 incl practice exam.

Term 4
Term 4 - Revision and external examination

Learning Areas:

Business and Management


Year 12 Accounting (12ACC)

Choosing Business and Management subjects will put you on a path to a number of careers particularly in the fields of business management, financial management, self-employment, insurance and human resources.

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

$30 including end of the AME year study guide.