Middle and Senior School students have been busy participating in a range of programs promoted through the Careers office:

TLC110 Is a free initiative facilitated by Murdoch University, that allows non ATAR students to apply for over 80 degree courses at Murdoch University. Year 12 students celebrated their successful engagement and completion of the program by attending a brief ceremony and presentation of certificates at the Rockingham campus. Congratulations to Damian Moule who received a notable achievement award and to all of our students on their fine achievements.

Try A Trade In partnership with the Construction Training Fund, South Metro TAFE have delivered a range of free Try A Trade programs covering solid plastering, carpentry/joinery, bricklaying, floor tiling and paraprofessional. All year 9 and 10 students who participated would recommend this program to other student, here are some of the reasons why:

  • Great insight to the trade world – Jarred S, Year 9
  • It is fun and you learn things – Matthew A, Year 9
  • Allows you to see what skills are needed for this job – Brodie A, Year 9
  • A different atmosphere to school, gets people used to workplace safety and rules – Brayden N Year 9

Inspirational Role Models, Men In Business A small group of Year 9 – 11 boys attended this unique event in Perth accompanied by Mrs Proctor, Head of Careers and VET and myself. We listened to various speakers about their career pathways. The students participated in a group task and presented an idea that addressed the challenge of building resilience.
All students who attended said they found the event useful, helping them understand how resilience, determination and hard work will help them go far. Mrs. Sainty