HSC COACHING Bondi Junction

27 years of experience SUPPORTING YEAR 11 & 12 Students TO CONQUER THEIR HSC!

hsc coworks BONDI JUNCTION

HSC CoWorks Members will:

Receive one-on-one subject coaching

Confidently prepare for assessment tasks & exams

 Follow proven systems for essay writing

Make weekly structured progress towards HSC goals

Access experienced HSC markers

Receive weekly progress reports

bondi junction location

HSC CoWorks is conveniently located in the heart of Bondi Junction within the Royal Arcade, which runs between Oxford Street Mall and Spring Street.

The large open plan space provides students with their own workspace and whiteboard for brainstorming, planning and exam training. The HSC CoWorks team will work with your child 1-on-1, but in a collaborative and energised environment.

The closest parking is in the Eastgate shopping centre.

Level 2, 175 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction


The Program at Bondi Junction


  • Attend structured coaching sessions every week.
  • Receive support across all of your subjects (15+ subjects covered).
  • Support planning for upcoming assessments.
  • Essay writing support.
  • Ongoing motivation and accountability so you can make weekly progress.
  • Attend 1 or 2 sessions per week.

    2/ extra support when needed

    • For those times you need extra support…
    • Book additional ‘virtual’ sessions from home with your favourite coach or teacher in a particular subject.
    • Sessions are available 7 days a week and can be booked up to 4 hours from the start time.
    • Meet the team here.


    • Receive fast feedback from experienced HSC markers within 72 hrs!
    • Submit practice Essays, draft Assessments, Essay Plans, Depth Studies, Maths assessments, Short Answer Questions and Major Works.
    • Each marking includes feedback and direction which gets a student closer to knowing what the markers are looking for in the HSC.

      4/ get hsc exam ready! 

      • Build confidence and prepare for your HSC effectively with access to 1000s of practice questions, exam training tools, essay building system, sample essays and English text lessons.
      • Track performance and engagement with Leaderboards, Streaks, Achievement Badges, and monthly prizes.
      • Weekly parent reporting.



        Standard English

        Advanced English

        English Extension 1 & 2


        Maths Standard 2

        Maths Advanced

        Maths Extension 1 & 2

        Social Sciences

        Business Studies



        History Extension

        Legal Studies

        Modern History

        Studies of Religion 1 & 2




        Earth & Environmental Science

        Investigating Science


        Science Extension

        Creative Arts

        Visual Arts


        Physical Education


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        All HSC Students have goals - whether this be career goals, ATAR goals, term goals and even weekly or daily goals!⁠
However, without planning, these goals are merely wishes.⁠
In other words, simply identifying a 'goal' does not mean that the necessary steps have been put in place to allow for this goal to be achievable.⁠
Therefore, students must regularly PLAN in order to make their goals a reality! 🤩⁠
Students must:⁠
1️⃣ Identify what they need to do to achieve their goals, and;⁠
2️⃣ Set aside time to complete the tasks that will actualise their goals.⁠
We recommend using our Planning Pad to engage in regular planning. This will help turn your goals from wishes, into realities! 📝 (View our last post to learn more)⁠
📩  DM us and we will send a Free Planning Pad to your door!
        🔥 Join our April Holiday Study Bootcamp 🔥 | Monday April 15th - Friday April 19th ⁠
The April Holidays are a crucial time for Year 12 students as they prepare for the busiest term of the year!⁠
Term 2 will bring many assessment tasks, plus the added pressure of completing all course content before the end of the term.⁠
Our Mid-HSC April Bootcamp allows students to make the most of the April Holidays to ensure they are well-prepared for the big term ahead.⁠
Book via the link in our bio.⁠
Let's keep climbing! 💪🏼🧠⁠
(Bootcamps are for HSC CoWorks Members only)
        ✨ REMINDER: Easter Long Weekend Closure ✨⁠
HSC CoWorks is closed from Friday March 29th - Sunday March 31st.⁠
Ask a Coach will not be running on Monday April 1st. ⁠
However, weekday sessions will continue as normal from Monday April 1st 🏔💪🏼


        The HSC CoWorks program is about so much more than subject specific support.

        We work with students across Year 11 and 12 to develop six Student Key Behaviours which will allow them to overcome every HSC challenge which comes their way. These Key Behaviours cover motivation, organisation, consistency of effort, leaving the comfort zone, being resilient and taking responsibility. 

        As we always say at HSC CoWorks, “If the Key Behaviours are in place, everything else will take care of itself”.

        You will note that these key behaviours are not specific to the HSC and your child’s adoption of these will ensure that they are better prepared to conquer the mountains of life after school has finished (Mount Uni, Mount Career, Mount Life).

        engage your vision

        If a student is energised and committed to achieving their goals, they will have the resolve and self discipline to work on the tasks that count (well intentioned AND effective tasks).

        Through regular planning and getting proactive around being prepared for what lies ahead students will take appropriate action well ahead of time. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!

        Students ‘training’ consistently, will be much more prepared for the exam room. Completing ‘notes’ & ‘homework’ does not qualify as ‘training’ as there is very little struggle involved.

        Without struggle, there is no progress! If you are completing the same easy tasks over and over, you will not get any better at a given subject, in the same way that if you keep doing the same exercises at the gym without increasing the weight or reps, you won’t get any stronger or fitter.

        No one likes to leave their comfort zone, but it’s the only way to improve.

        It is inevitable that you will encounter obstacles over year 11 and 12 and have at least one result which you’re upset about. The most important thing to remember is that one mark won’t change your ATAR – it is the response to the setback that is most important.

        Displaying grit will allow you to use setbacks as a chance to learn and grow.

        There is only one person who can make your HSC vision into a HSC reality and that is of course you! 

        The students who achieve the best results take initiative and responsibility for achieving their goals by applying all of the key behaviours, rather than relying on others to get them over the line and making excuses when it doesn’t happen.


        All HSC CoWorks students receive their own Study Toolkit in the post with tools and resources to support their HSC campaign including;

        • 50 page Planning Pad
        • 50 page Mindmap Pad
        • Vision Board and Essay Building Template
        • Stationary and more.