For part of Term 2, our Year 9 science students have been exploring our Dynamic Earth. This involved investigating the structure of the Earth, plate tectonics, continental drift, earthquakes and volcanoes. All students were asked to research, plan, design and build, ‘an earthquake resistant building’ […]
The Physics and Math specialist students visited iFLY to look at gravity, linear motion and forces. The photos speak for themselves!
Three Year 11 biology classes recently went on an excursion to the Marine biology centre in Queenscliff. In class, we had been learning about the different types of asexual production and got to apply this knowledge on our journey around the different rooms. – Lauren […]
Year 10 Students were inspired by Library assistant, Alison who made a display using garden litter and leaves to create a visual wonder for butterflies. We asked our Year 10 cohort to choose an insect or bug, or bird that they found wonder in and […]
Some of our students have been taking part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count citizen science project this week. Below is a PowerPoint they made of the birds they found. It provided a nice opportunity to move the classroom outdoors and see firsthand some of […]
Being a scientist isn’t just about wearing a white lab coat and working in a lab- it’s about being curious and creative. Curious to ask a question and then being creative to find a way to get an answer. This is what Deakin University and […]
Science Week Winners Cake Competition Winner – Zoe JonesAnimal Detective Winner – Jolene HaJoke Winners – Lauren Dillonhttp://clonard.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Science-Week-Cake-1.mov Science Themed Joke So many terrific entries, congratualtions everyone.Q: What element is a girl’s future best friend? A: Carbon. A photon checks into a hotel, and the […]