Excited to expand their experience in electrical work, Year 9 and 10 students from Carramar and Duncraig recently attended the Try A Trade course at the College of Electrical Training. Students were given an introduction to domestic lighting systems and circuits, with the College commending students on their excellent attitude towards the course.
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.
Jordan Belcastro Year 9 and his Western Australian Under 14 softball team have achieved success in the 2020 National Softball Championship these holidays. Held in Sydney, the team won the Competition’s inaugural ‘Fully Loaded’ competition and finished third in the traditional ‘Fast Pitch’ competition.
A year of early morning training, dedication and long hours on the ice rink have paid off for Year 9 student Isabella Djordjevic who was chosen to compete in the National Synchronised Skating Competition in Melbourne recently. Her team Infusion Junior overcame the odds, with all bar one team member brand new to the Junior Division, to impress at the State competition and come in a close fourth in two programs on the national stage. Huge congrats Isabella – a true testament to teamwork and commitment.
Three students will blast off to the USA this October after being accepted into the exclusive Space Camp experience. Head of Science Mr Charles Biddle will accompany Carramar student Year 9 Aaron Popich and Duncraig Year 9s Natasha Anderson and Ben Flanagan on what is sure to be an exciting opportunity!
Date: Monday 17 June
This evening will provide an overview of requirements for WACE Graduation, presentations about elective subjects, and the opportunity to ask questions of Heads of Learning Area. Parents and students are invited to attend.
The 2020 Duncraig Curriculum Handbook is available online, and can be found either in the Parent Portalhttps://portal.ststephens.wa.edu.au/parent-and-student/learning-resources/curriculum-handbook.html, or in School Documents – Parent Information on SEQTA. The Handbook will assist when choosing electives for 2020. The slide presentation from the evening will be uploaded to SEQTA Documents.
Ladies and Gentlemen, charge your engines!
The Year 9s were busy racing empty soft drink cans using static electricity this afternoon as they learnt about induced charges.