All students in training squad eligible. Our Outreach Officer regularly visits Surrey to offer talks and programmes for both teachers and students. Students attend a combined Christ Church and St Hilda’s camp focused on solving programming problems in preparation for the ProgCamp coding competition When: Students participate in the two debating competitions against teams from other schools. August to September Selection Process:
As available Field trips, incursions, excursions Year Levels: Further activities and challenge of customised activities. A focus on traditional and contemporary art and design practices. Self-nomination, with 24 students selected. The ConocoPhillips Science Experience is a fun 3 or 4 days of science activities for Year 9 and 10 students. Our artists demonstrate skills and techniques, and conduct workshops for students during their residency. After school once a week for 1.
Year 8 — 10 – Class 2.
Extension & Enrichment – St Hilda’s
Students attend a combined Christ Church and St Hilda’s camp focused on solving programming problems histoyr preparation for the ProgCamp coding competition When: Your support of the Simpson Prize Competition is appreciated. Students travel to Hong Kong as a team of four to compete against other teams in the Asia Pacific Region.
Terms 1 – 3 Selection Process:. Students must also face questions from a panel after their speech. All year Professional Musicians Year Levels: Students design and produce garments for production and Parade.
Customised activities specific to area of learning. Collaborating with universities in WA to extend coding skills.
Extension & Enrichment
It has a competitive application process. An emphasis is placed on ensemble work. Inthe competition was offered to Year 11 Politics and Law students, Philosophy and Ethics students and Year 10 students in Humanities and Philosophy.
Differentiation within the curriculum, camps and tours, competitions, student conferences and co-curricular activities are examples of approaches and programs we provide. Ergos, seat selection and water performance. Available by application to Year students. Over the course, the students learned about the Arduino, robots, how they function and how to manipulate them.
Any student in the School may become a competitioh of any of the groups, at any point during the year. Every year, students from each State and Territory are selected to participate in science activities and experiences over a period of a week.
Project manage Wide Angle Media Festival event. Create videos with various departments.
Available to most language students depending on assistant availability and days. External selection – see WA School Sport website.
Open to any Year 11 student applications early in Term 1. The Music Department subscribes to www. Hands on workshops hilsas conducted on or off campus sites.
Students participate in a variety of club activities such French club, Anime club etc When: Advanced musicians analyse more complex pieces of music. Performance Opportunities Year Levels: Congratulations to both of the Teacher Chaperones on being chosen for this fantastic experience.
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May – June Selection Process: All Year 10 to 12 media students. At different times of the year depending on trip Selection Process: Available to all interested students Language Assistant Year Levels: Student committee formed to support languages clubs and, plan and organise activities for languages week for all students.
Students learn about art through artist talks by listening to and conversing with visiting practising artists.