Kenwick Secondary

The Challenges and Trials of Online Learning: Reflecting on Rehoboth@Home

It’s now been two weeks since all students returned to (relatively) normal classes and routines. So, what was like? Previous Next Firstly, it presented a unique, time-sensitive challenge to teachers and support staff. They had to prepare for a whole new way of teaching and learning in a matter of weeks. Added to that, no …

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Pre-Primary Explores the Science of Cleanliness

In Term 1, Pre-Primary students extended their understandings of the environment and living things in a unit entitled  The Science of Cleanliness https://youtu.be/Xhw0gbzWKHM Cleanliness and hygiene are concepts that all children readily relate to. This unit was designed to expand children’s basic knowledge of these topics in relation to themselves and their everyday lives. In …

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Excellent Work Speaks for Itself: Year 10 Visual Communications

work speaks for itself In Visual Communications, the Year 10 students have been learning many photography composition skills. They even had a session with a professional photographer on how to take good portraits (thanks, Mr Whittle!). The students have also been experimenting with drawing apps and editing programs on their Surface devices. One of their …

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Years 9-10 TESLA Students in First Lego League Competition

In TESLA this semester we have been working on the Competition. Previous Next TESLA is our technology, engineering and science extension elective for students in Years 9-10. These students had the opportunity to participate in the First Lego League competition, an international event featuring over 300,000 students worldwide. The competition includes four aspects: The Robot …

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