Joining an after school student club is an excellent way to make new friends from other peer groups and to have a great time hanging out with students who share similar interests. It is a also an opportunity for students to enhance their sense of connection and belonging at school and to develop new skills and passions. Best of all – it’s fun!
* Clubs are listed in order of the day that they occur (Mon to Fri).
A large part of the Robotics Club is aimed at preparing students to enter the State RoboCup event in August. There is also a regional event that leads to the state event, usually in June. RoboCup is a project orientated competition designed to encompass all of the STEAM skills. RoboCup encourages sportsmanship, sharing, teamwork and organisational skills to build and program robots to carry out specific tasks autonomously.
There are 4 different challenges on offer – OnStage, Rescue, Maze and Soccer.
Robotics Club is also available for students who just want to learn about building and programming robots to perform different tasks.
Its hoped that in Semester 2, students will have the opportunity to experiment and build robots of their own design.
When: Mondays, 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm Where: TG Teacher: Mr Jeremy Caspersz
Science Club is in its fifth year and the purpose of the club is to allow students the opportunity to engage in citizen science and the various competitions that come along. These include the Subs in Schools, 4×4 Challenge, Hills Billy Cart Classic. We also engage in science activities that are not in the curriculum such as astronomy and rocket building. Students can also investigate a science topic or area of their choice.
When: Wednesdays, 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm Where: SC3 Teacher: Mr Graham Johnson
By 2050, it is predicted that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish! A local company named GreenBatch is developing WA’s first plastic recycling facility to make recycled plastics with the PET 1 and HDPE 2 logos. Warwick Senior High Schools GreenBatch Crew meets on Thursdays at recess on the lawn near the Home Economics block, to sort and count the items collected in our GreenBatch bins.
These items will be stockpiled and later taken to the GreenBatch plastic processing facility in Mt Claremont. The plastics with the PET 1 and HDPE 2 logos will be processed directly by GreenBatch into 3D printer filament, and the other items are passed onto other local recycling facilities. Further information can be found at https://www.greenbatch.com
Drink bottles that qualify for the Container DepositScheme are also processed through GreenBatch and the school recieves the money.
New members always welcome. Come and join us!
When: Thursdays, Recess, 10.58 am to 11.23 am Where: Home Economics Lawn Area Teacher: Ms Louise Kirkby
Pedal Prix Racing Team
For students who are interested in being part of the Pedal Prix team.
When: Thursdays, 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm Where: SC3 Teacher: Mr Graham Johnson
To practice film skills such as producing, camera operating, acting, sound recording, video editing and more. Work on your own individual project, enter a film competition or help the school film whole school events such as the swimming carnival, athletics carnivals, music concerts, dance concerts and more!
When: Thursdays, 3.10 pm to 4.15 pm Where: IT2 Teacher: Ms Hannah Moran and Ms Sally Tindall
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