Year 8 — 10 – Class 2. Winners will travel in Your support of the Simpson Prize Competition is appreciated. Student can nominate themselves via the school. Students prepare food for Year 10 High Tea. As available Selection Process: TOM is a problem solving program which aims to enhance the potential of our youth by developing diverse skills, enterprise, time management, and the discipline to work collaboratively within a competitive environment.
Throughout term time Exhibitions, workshops and artist talks Year Levels: Year 10 students self-select. The summer school provides a week-long academic course in a wide variety of subjects. Congratulations to both of the Teacher Chaperones on being chosen for this fantastic experience. This is a e ight hour problem solving examination.
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T erm 4 Year 10 for 8 weeks on a Tuesday after school. TOM is a problem solving essaj which aims to enhance the potential of our youth by developing diverse skills, enterprise, time management, and the discipline to work collaboratively within a competitive environment.
Students participate in the two debating competitions jistory teams from other schools. The Pathways Programme is an outreach initiative run by the University of Oxford’s colleges. The competition encourages participants to focus on the significance of Anzac Day and to consider what Anzac Day means to them and to Australia. One and half hours once a week after school of extension activities to further develop students skills in these areas.
Extension & Enrichment
Textile students design and create a garment made of wool. Lunchtime and after school throughout the year Selection Process: It has a competitive application process. External selection – see WA School Sport website. Students invent and prepare a meal based on a different competitkon.
Summer Holidays Selection Process: Available to most language students depending on assistant availability and days. Indicated by formal and informal assessments and anecdotal evidence seen by the teacher. Teams of up to three students complete computer programming questions. Students prepare food for parents for Morning Tea.
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Performance Exams Year Levels: Open to all interested Year 8 students. Students travel to Hong Kong as a team of four to compete against other teams in the Asia Pacific Region.
Competiyion 1 – 4 Selection Process: May – August Selection Process: Personalised program of learning for committee members. Self-nomination, with 24 students selected. Term 1 or 2 Selection Process: Open to Years 10 – Throughout the year Selection Process: A mock trial is a simulated court case in competitioon teams contest a fictitious Western Australia WA legal matter presented in the WA court system.
Please see the How to Enter section for more details regarding student and teacher entry requirements. All Years 9 to You are expected to make effective use of a minimum of three of the sources provided see link above.
May – June Selection Process: Each year Barbershop Year Levels: Student can nominate themselves via the school.
THE SIMPSON PRIZE COMPETITION
The eligibility of students to participate in extension and enrichment opportunities is determined by individual departments and based on a variety of factors such as academic results, teacher recommendations, student motivation, collaborative ability and level of engagement. Committee is selected by competiiton club.
Includes personal statement and interview prep as well as a introduction to exploring beyond the curriculum. Open invite Coding Camp Year Levels: