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Maths Extension

“The Maths program has been designed for those members of our School who excel in numeracy. We have 36 young academics working together to complete mathematical challenges that involve higher level thinking.” (Joe Bartucciotto – Principal StDCPS)

The Year 3-6 Maths Enrichment Program is designed to extend the knowledge of students in Mathematics. It caters for students with a high aptitude for Maths and will expose them to a range of problem solving strategies and advanced mathematical topics.

The School’s Mathematics Enrichment Program caters for students in Years 3 to 6 with a high aptitude for Mathematics. The course encourages students to not only use high-order Mathematical thinking skills, but also develops critical thinking skills, team-work capabilities and resilience.

Saint Damien’s Catholic Primary, with funding from the Parents and Friends, has dedicated resources and a learning area within the school to accommodate for the Enrichment Program.

All students are able to nominate for a place in the course, but the popularity of this program may mean that student selection is dependent upon teacher approval.

The Maths Enrichment Program is for students in Years 3-6 will run fortnightly on Thursdays, 3:15pm-4:15pm. The course is run by Mr David Logue who can be contacted at David.Logue@cewa.edu.au if you would like further information.

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FIRST Lego Robotics

FIRST® LEGO® League is a competition catering for upper-primary and lower-secondary school students. Every year, teams of up to 10 students build, program and compete with a robot, while also learning about a modern problem in science and engineering and developing solutions for it.  FIRST® LEGO® League challenges children ages 9 to 16 to think like scientists and engineers.The 2018/19 FIRST® LEGO® League Season requires students to work together to break out of your earthly constraints.

Do you have what it takes? (Source – https://firstaustralia.org/programs/first-lego-league/)

 

The Year 3-6 Maths Enrichment Program is designed to extend the knowledge of students in Mathematics. It caters for students with a high aptitude for Maths and will expose them to a range of problem solving strategies and advanced mathematical topics.

 

The School’s Mathematics Enrichment Program caters for students in Years 3 to 6 with a high aptitude for Mathematics. The course encourages students to not only use high-order Mathematical thinking skills, but also develops critical thinking skills, team-work capabilities and resilience.

Saint Damien’s Catholic Primary, with funding from the Parents and Friends, has dedicated resources and a learning area within the school to accommodate for the Enrichment Program.

All students are able to nominate for a place in the course, but the popularity of this program may mean that student selection is dependent upon teacher approval.

The Maths Enrichment Program is for students in Years 3-6 will run fortnightly on Thursdays, 3:15pm-4:15pm. The course is run by Mr David Logue who can be contacted at David.Logue@cewa.edu.au if you would like further information.

Click here for access to the student portal to activities.

Robocup

“RoboCup Junior is a project-oriented educational initiative that sponsors local, regional and international robotic events for young students. RoboCup is an international effort whose purpose is to foster Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics research by providing a standard problem where a wide range of technologies can be integrated and examined. As well, the initiative serves as a basis for project-oriented education.” (Robocup Au https://www.robocupjunior.org.au/about)

The Year 5-6 Robocup Program is designed to extend the Programming, Building and Critical Thinking skills of students. It caters for all students who are committed to robotics and will expose them to a range of situations that involving engineering, co-operation and problem solving.

The Robocup Program caters for students in Years 5 to 6 with an interest in Robotics. The course is voluntary, run completely out of class time, i.e. lunch, recess, before and after school, and the only conditions for entry is a desire for students to do their very best.

Robocup Requires the students to build a robot that can perform a series of tasks that involve sensors and motors. The robot is required to follow a black line, negotiate a series of obstacles, and reach a final destination.

Saint Damien’s Catholic Primary, with funding from the Parents and Friends, has dedicated resources and a learning area within the school to accommodate for the Enrichment Program.

The Robocup Enrichment Program is for students in Years 5-6 will run throughout Term 1-2. The course is run by Mr Brett Crebert who can be contacted at Brett.Crebert@cewa.edu.au if you would like further information.

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     One Big Voice is a non-competitive children’s choir catering for primary school students. Every year, about 6000 students from over 130 schools perform set songs at the Perth Arena. One Big Voice challenges the students to memorise 12 positive and life-affirming songs. These songs are sung in harmony, accompanied with very exciting choreography. The 2019 concert requires the music students to work together to build their musical confidence. They will sing with like-minded students and perform to a professional level for the community to enjoy.

 

The One Big Voice children’s choir is designed to extend students with a passion and talent for singing, rapping and compering. Students can sing as part of the one big choir, with extremely talented music students being encouraged to audition for several solo parts.

The One Big Voice Music Program at St. Damien’s CPS caters for students in Years 3-6 with outstanding musical and performing talents across the curriculum.

All students are able to nominate for a place in the music course, but the popularity of this program may mean that student selection is dependent upon teacher approval.

The Music Extension program is for students in years 3-6 and choir practice is carried out during school hours. If you would like further information regarding this wonderful opportunity, please contact the Performing Arts Teacher Mrs. Burns at Majella.Burns@cewa.edu.au. Some additional information is available via the One Big Voice Website:  www.onebigvoice.com.au