Congratulations to School Captain Holly Dalliston (Year 12), who has been announced as a finalist in the School Curriculum and Standards Authority VET Award for the Business, Financial Services; ICT industry area for 2020.
To qualify, Holly needed to have completed the relevant VET qualifications to an excellent standard and complete over 110 hours of Workplace Learning. Holly’s first placement was at LD Total, an award winning landscaping company servicing commercial and residential clients, who supported her nomination for this award. She is now placed in the Office of the Director General at the Department of Training and Workforce Development WA, a position secured through Warwick SHS’s selection as a pilot school of the Government Agency Work Placement Register.
Congratulations Holly and all the best in the interview round of the Awards process.
Congratulations to Year 9 student student Falak Khan, who this week was named a State Finalist in the Premier’s ANZAC Tour for 2020.
Falak’s entry was an essay on Operation Rimau, an attack on Japanese shipping in Singapore Harbour, carried out by an Allied commando unit Z Special Unit, during World War II.
Falak now moves onto the interview stage of selection process, with the 10 recipients of a place on the Tour announced on Remembrance Day.
Well done Falak!
Alana Dooley in ‘The Australian’
Wednesday 23 September, saw Year 12 student Alana Dooley in an article in ‘The Australian’. Alana was asked for her thoughts on how selecting her courses in Year 10 for Senior School would be enhanced by having a better knowledge about the standards expected.
Taking higher level Mathematics, Science and English courses opens up pathways and opportunities.