Articles and Research
“As students progress through the Technologies curriculum, they will begin to identify possible and probable futures, and their preferences for the future…Students will learn to recognise that views about the priority of the benefits and risks will vary and that preferred futures are contested.” (ACARA)
A warm welcome and introduction to parents who are, for the very first time, preparing their daughter for Kindergarten. To many, the notion of “kindergarten readiness” can be daunting. Don’t let it be. It is simply working alongside your child’s pre-school and future Kindergarten to help your little person prepare for the transition into “big school” in a way that best enables her to settle in, learn and thrive.
Children at Roseville College are learning a new language and it is not one most parents expect. It is the language of computers. The skill of “computational thinking” develops as children practice coding purposefully in computer language to achieve inspirational and often life-impacting outcomes.
School communities, in general, mirror the wider communities they serve, reflecting a range of faith traditions and cultural backgrounds. The recent Australian census reminds us that our national cultural landscape is increasingly diverse, reigniting commentary about the appropriate place, visibility and involvement of “religion” in a contemporary education.