The extended holiday period is a time when tweens can be the most difficult age group to keep occupied, regardless of whether you’re working during the holidays, or spending time together as a family. By comparison with young children who can usually entertain themselves playing and older teens who are independent enough to go it… Read more »
‘Will I need to know this for the test?’ This is probably the most frequent question asked by students as they try to understand the relevance of the current curriculum to their future. Year 12 student and School Co-Captain, Emma Casey, explores this controversial topic.
What does your child’s NAPLAN report mean? How do you interpret the information and how much importance should you place on the results?
Engineering is increasingly attracting women to the profession as opportunities continue to present themselves to girls interested in maths and science-based subjects. Year 11 student, Eleanor Cook, attended a Women in Engineering camp and shares her experience and thoughts on what it might be like to be an engineer.
Every child grows and develops at a different rate. When it comes to maximising their learning potential, children will all differ in how they learn, what they prefer to learn, and how quickly they learn.
Helping your child to develop skills in literacy and numeracy can be as much fun for you as it is for your child. And it’s never too early to begin.
This year’s National Literacy and Numeracy Week (NLNW) will be held from 25 to 31 August. A number of literacy and numeracy activities have been planned.