Last week a group of UNSW students who are part of the Engineers Without Borders initiative worked with our Year 8 Science classes on solving a problem that related to an issue faced by people living in poorer regions of our planet. The challenge involved building a house that would float on a lake. The type of scenario faced by people living in The Tonle Sap in Cambodia. The Tonle Sap is a large body of freshwater in central Cambodia that is home to unique wildlife. Over a million people rely on… Read More
Our Year 7 students enjoyed a fabulous presentation from the ‘Poetry in Action‘ team today. Their entertaining and engaging performance gave the students a wonderful insight into some of the great poets, while very cleverly embedding a variety of poetry techniques into the performance. Absolutely brilliant!
This term all Year Seven students have been working on their History Assessment Task. We have been working really hard looking up lots of information on our chosen topic. We had to choose one out of four topics, After Life and the Gods, Mummification, Royal Family/Leadership and Architecture. We worked in groups of three to five students. We had to make a sculpture and write an information card on our chosen topic. My group and chose Mummification. We made a mummy, an Egyptian mask, canopic jars and mummified animals. Year Seven put… Read More
At Holy Family Maroubra on Friday 12th May, youth from Sydney Catholic Schools came together for an evening of worship, adoration and song. This is one of a number of events in the lead up to the Australian Catholic Youth Festival taking place in December this year. The special guest for the evening was US songwriter and youth minister, Steve Angrisano.