Available to all interested students Language Assistant Year Levels: Congratulations to both of the Teacher Chaperones on being chosen for this fantastic experience. Organised by CPA Australia as a competition which encourages students to apply their business education to a real life scenario. Students learn about art through artist talks by listening to and conversing with visiting practising artists. Textile students design and produce a National costume for Australia. Interested students from the Coding Club.
Teacher nominated Morning Teas Year Levels: Open to any Year 11 student applications early in Term 1. Student committee formed to support languages clubs and, plan and organise activities for languages week for all students. Textile students design and produce a National costume for Australia. School Production Year Levels: All Year 10 to 12 media students.
An emphasis is placed on ensemble work. Design promotional material for Arts Fest and other school events.
THE SIMPSON PRIZE COMPETITION
This prepares them for unseen extracts in written examinations and exposes them to hiwtory variety of roles and innovation. ProgComp Camp Year Levels: Collaborating with universities in WA to extend coding skills.
Students attend art competution photography exhibitions at venues such as The Art Gallery of WA, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art and various other art galleries to view and appreciate artworks first hand.
The summer school provides a week-long academic course in a wide variety of subjects. Entrants may write an essay maximum 1, words or record a speech video or audio maximum 7 minutes and submit it to the Commission via an entry form.
Outreach Events The College has an on-going commitment to equality and excellence through outreach and as such we plan a number of events throughout the year.
Year 11 Drama students.
For every student in the school who plays an essayy or sings. Terms 2 and 3 Selection Process: All students Photoshop Committee Year Levels: Your support of the Simpson Prize Competition is appreciated.
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. Students use their physical environment as histry source of visual stimulus to develop into their own art and design works.
After School Term 4. All Years 9 to School Production Year Levels: Students sit a listening and reading test and receive a certificate identifying their competency level. They are facilitated by practicing artists and designers and have a skills acquisition focus.
As available Field trips, incursions, excursions Year Levels: Students participate in a question and answer session where they speak with a young person with the disease about their diagnosis and treatment. Students attend live performance in order to hone their analytical skills. Thinking about University and Oxford Any student in the School may become a member of any of the groups, at any point during the year. External selection – see WA School Sport website. You are encouraged to agree, debate with or challenge the statement from a variety of perspectives — individual, national and global — and to use sources in a variety of forms.
Extension & Enrichment – St Hilda’s
A focus on traditional and contemporary art and design practices. Students in Years 8 and 9 music class study historyy new instrument and perform as a band at the end of the year.
Experiencing Oxford Hiistory Advanced performers by teacher selection. Annual camp, Term 1 Selection Process: There is some movement of students in and out of these classes throughout the year. The Chevron-supported LNG18 Student Forum provides students a rare opportunity to increase their awareness and knowledge about the oil and gas industry; and engage with industry representatives.