All year Professional Musicians Year Levels: Student can nominate themselves via the school. A competition for students interested in programming giving them the opportunity to test their ability in designing, understanding and implementing algorithms. Available by application to Year students. A national computer programming competition that requires students to write short computer programs to solve three problems that vary in difficulty.
Students attempt 40 questions in 60 minutes that cover the content from the Australian Curriculum and cover a wide range of difficulty. Available to most language students depending on assistant availability and days. Further activities and challenge of customised activities. Throughout the year Selection Process: Open invite Coding Camp Year Levels: For every student in the school who plays an instrument or sings. Additionally, across the collegiate university are many outreach events, department open days, individual college study days, essay competitions, as well as events aimed at teachers.
Join other top young scientists from Years 11 and 12, from around Australia and across the world, for inspiring talks by leading researchers, tours of scientific labs, hands on experiments and activities, and a packed social program.
End Term 1 holiday Selection Process: All Year 10 to 12 media students Extension Hjldas, video editing skills based workshops after school Year Levels: Suitable for years 10 upwards.
A mock trial is a simulated court case in which teams contest a fictitious Western Australia WA legal matter presented in the WA court system. Robotics Club App design for mobile devices Year Levels: February – October Selection Process: Students prepare food for parents for Morning Tea.
Selection via WA School Sport trials. Students work on textile productions. Students record presentations from external presenters in the Performing Arts Centre and then follow through with editing and final presentation within requested timeframe.
An individual public speaking competition where students prepare a speech which responds to an issue facing society. A Club that works for caring for the environment with regular meetings and activities. The ConocoPhillips Science Experience is a fun 3 or 4 days of science activities for Year 9 and 10 students.
Hisstory close at the beginning of April. TOM is a problem solving program which aims to enhance the potential of our youth by developing diverse skills, enterprise, time management, and the discipline to work collaboratively within a competitive environment.
Software Skills Year Levels: Textile students design and produce a National costume for Australia.
Over the course, the students learned about the Arduino, robots, how they hhildas and how to manipulate them. The Committee and Club work with some outside organisations. Closing date Submit your entry by Friday 8 November Please see the How to Enter section for more details regarding student and teacher entry requirements. Students use multimedia equipment to film real life compstition to extend experience and apply knowledge and skills.
Students use their physical environment as a source of visual stimulus to develop into their own art and design works.
You may also wish to sign up to regular emails from our Outreach Officer who will happily signpost these opportunities to you as they become available to your students and teachers. The Pathways Programme is an outreach initiative run by the University of Oxford’s colleges.
Old Scholars, parents and other professionals Year Levels: Any student in the School may become a member of any of the groups, at any point during the year. Open to all Year 9 and 10 students.
The list is not exhaustive, as new experiences may be offered from year to year. Students must also face questions from a panel after their speech.
The comprehensive cocurricular program supports, enhances and extends all aspect of the music curriculum — aural skills, theory skills, composing skills, composers, set works, music literature, cultural and historical awareness and music performance. An emphasis is placed on ensemble work.
Performance Opportunities Year Levels: Eight winners are chosen from each State and Territory with the opportunity to visit overseas battlefields and participate in Anzac Day commemorations. Students in Years 8 and 9 music class study a new instrument and perform as a band at the end of the year. Class participation and skill level.