Wool4School is an annual student design competition that encourages budding fashion designers to show the nation what they’re made of. Open to all Australian school students from years 7 to 12, Wool4School invites students to design an outfit using at least 80 percent wool. The outfit can contain one to four pieces and must show…
Exams approaching? Whether it’s your final HSC ones or your first-ever school ones, you are more than likely feeling a complete rollercoaster of emotions! You might be finding yourself quite stressed, anxious, worried or exhausted. Do you find yourself mindlessly grabbing quick sugary, highly processed ‘pick me up’ snacks like chips, biscuits, lollies, soft drinks…
On the afternoon of Thursday 30th May, Year 7 Science visited the Science Space (previously known as the Science Centre) at the Innovation Campus of the University of Wollongong.
On Thursday 4th April, the Year 11 Design and Technology and Visual Arts students boarded an early 7:30am bus for a visit to SPACE Furniture/Lighting, the Powerhouse Museum and the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney, to view last year’s Major Design Projects and Folios. We were all taken by the innovative and sometimes simple…
Over the past term, our Year 11 Design and Technology students have been designing and constructing planes primarily from balsa wood, in order to create circular flight around the Power Anchor system.
Last week our students from Year 7 to 11 enjoyed their annual overnight camps. Come on through to see all the action!
On the second last day of the school year, our secondary students participated in our annual Service Day. It’s a day full of opportunities to help both the school community, and the wider Wollongong community. Here’s a glimpse of some of what our students were up to on the day.
School-based traineeships are a great way for students to combine paid work, training and their time at school—at the same time as gaining an industry-recognised national qualification and credit towards the HSC. Sound too good to be true? It’s exactly what Jessica Turney (ICS ’18) has just accomplished. Here’s how she went about it.
On Friday the 2nd of November our two Stage 5 Commerce classes operated Food Stalls as part of their ‘Running a Business’ unit.
On Thursday 1 November, Music and Drama students nervously gathered, ready to perform at the Stage 5 Creative Arts Evening.