This week, Year 11 students, their dads and other guests enjoyed a fun night together. Always a highlight on the Year 11 calendar, the Dinner Dance is a celebration of all that fathers and daughters bring to each other’s lives.
Last week, the Year 11 Biology class spent two days conducting fieldwork in the Perth Hills. The camp provided students with a variety of hands-on activities allowing the students to study the jarrah forest ecosystem.
Year 11 drama students headed to Scotch College to participate in Drama workshops with industry professionals, the focus of these workshops was movement, improvisation and text interpretation, which are all key aspects of the Drama ATAR courses.
For many, it might sound like a cliché, but the Punmu immersion trip really is life changing. For the twelfth consecutive year, students from our Year 11 cohort headed north to a remote indigenous community in the Great Sandy Desert.
Workshops offered over the past two weeks for Year 11s have been particularly insightful and helpful in our preparation for exams. We were offered different perspectives and new strategies to help us revise and condense our content and strengthen our skill set to cope with the two weeks ahead.
As a component of the Year 11 Biology course, students have been on camp this week, staying at the Perth Hills Discovery Centre in Beelu National Park. The girls took part in field work activities and saw conservation programs in action.