Collaborating with artist Natalie Zuchetti, Year 9 Visual Art students have created an eco-friendly Sea Dragon artwork out of recycled materials. The Sea Dragon will remain on display in the Primary Village for the Synthesis exhibition before heading to AQWA for an external exhibition later this year.
With the Theatre out of action amid the COVID-19 pandemic, our Performing Arts teams are excited to announce a new production like no other. The Show Must Go Online is a virtual production filmed by and starring our students from Carramar and Duncraig, and will be available to broadcast straight to your living room! Stay tuned for sneak peeks and insights from the cast before the show premieres on Thursday 6 August, 2020. Read more about the production on PerthNow: https://bit.ly/3f9Oi0S
Register for viewing: https://events.humanitix.com/tsmgo
Here are some Y12 Biology ATAR students creating DNA profiles via gel electrophoresis.
Gel electrophoresis is a technique commonly used in laboratories to separate charged molecules like DNA according to their size.
They were investigating how this could be applied within forensics and biological conservation.
Science Teacher/Assistant Dean Timae
In Human Biology we are learning about the effects of macro and micro nutrients in the body. We had samples of common foods we eat and identified what food groups they belong to, and how the body would digest each type of food. Georgia La Monte and Georgia McCluskey are the stars who got positive results in their experiment.