Students Visit Our Nations Capital

Students from Santa Maria have recently undertaken an educational tour of the national capital. Students were given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy.

You have the power to change stuff. Thankyou.

Year 10 Humanities students were challenged and engaged by Kalvin Hart from Thankyou on Monday. The social enterprise company is an amazing case study of the application of HASS and the development of global citizenship.

Engaging With HASS

The Humanities and Social Sciences Learning Area lends itself to high-levels of parent engagement in the education of their children.  Here are some suggestions that will benefit your daughters and sons and stimulate rich family life at the same time.

Students Learn About Migration First Hand

Year 6 students have been looking at migration, especially from England after WW2, with the assisted migration scheme. Head of Humanities & Social Science, Mr Stephen King, spoke to the girls this week about the story of his family and what it is like to be a ‘Ten Pound Pom’.

Visit to the Nation’s Capital

During the school holidays, 62 Year 9 students and 53 Year 10s visited our nation’s capital, where they visited iconic sites including Commonwealth Parliament, the High Court, the National Gallery and the National Museum.

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