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In 2020 it was announced that Carine SHS will start a new building program to deliver state of the art classrooms for our students and greater facilities to manage our growing numbers. Our gifted and talented program is now in its 2nd year in 2021, with the program growing to three year groups in 2022.

The focus for Carine academically continues to be sustained high performance as seen by the adjacent graphic.

In 2021, Carine SHS will become a Specialist Pre-Service Teacher Support Hub school. The Specialist Pre-Service Teacher Support Hub model promotes high quality mentoring of pre-service teachers in public schools. This initiative is a system-wide strategy that aims to attract, support and retain high performing pre-service teachers in the public school system, with a particular emphasis on the teaching areas and pedagogy associated with STEAM.

To view more information, please visit our Pre-Service Teacher Page.

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A highlight of selecting Year 9 Outdoor Education is the end of year Rottnest trip. Here are some great photos from the 4 day trips. Lots of bike riding and snorkelling at Little Armstrong and Little Salmon bays, beach sculpture competitions with Ms Spallone's winners sharing a traditional 'rotto jam donut'. Some lucky boys also scored the santa rashies for the day which they wore proudly! Thanks to all the PE staff who accompanied the students. ... See MoreSee Less

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A highlight of selecting Year 9 Outdoor Education is the end of year Rottnest trip.  Here are some great photos from the 4 day trips. Lots of bike riding and snorkelling at Little Armstrong and Little Salmon bays, beach sculpture competitions with Ms Spallones winners sharing a traditional rotto jam donut.  Some lucky boys also scored the santa rashies for the day which they wore proudly!  Thanks to all the PE staff who accompanied the students.

On Tuesday 7th December, Year 7 and 8 students with a passion for STEAM attended the It Takes a Spark Conference. The conference provided students with an opportunity to get creative and hands on with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics by selecting to attend a variety of workshops over the day and hearing from keynote speakers in the fields of Microbiology and Astrophysics. The elective workshops allowed students to experience Virtual Reality, Robotics, Drones, Coding and more! Mrs Garara and Mrs Weaver even ran one of the optional sessions, setting students a design challenge to create a Christmas decoration with a smart material (polymorph) and electronic components controlled by Micro:Bits. It was a great day that has sparked some interest in our NEW STEM club that will be starting in 2022! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

On Tuesday 7th December, Year 7 and 8 students with a passion for STEAM attended the It Takes a Spark Conference. The conference provided students with an opportunity to get creative and hands on with Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics by selecting to attend a variety of workshops over the day and hearing from keynote speakers in the fields of Microbiology and Astrophysics. The elective workshops allowed students to experience Virtual Reality, Robotics, Drones, Coding and more! Mrs Garara and Mrs Weaver even ran one of the optional sessions, setting students a design challenge to create a Christmas decoration with a smart material (polymorph) and electronic components controlled by Micro:Bits. It was a great day that has sparked some interest in our NEW STEM club that will be starting in 2022!

A big congratulations to these budding mathematicians (yr 7 and 8 ) who performed so well at the Maths Olympiad competition. The team ranked 46 out of 795 with Jaden Huynh (Yr 7) placing in the top 10% which is an extraordinary result. Well done to all of you! ... See MoreSee Less

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A big congratulations to these budding mathematicians (yr 7 and 8 ) who performed so well at the Maths Olympiad competition.  The team ranked 46 out of 795 with Jaden Huynh (Yr 7) placing in the top 10% which is an extraordinary result.  Well done to all of you!

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Well done team. Maths is the future.

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