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Imaginarium

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The Imaginarium is an initiative unique to Perth College, catering specifically for gifted girls of very high ability. Through a strengths-based lens, minds expand and soar. Innovation, curiosity and creativity are encouraged whilst social and emotional capabilities are supported and enhanced. Courses develop participants through a holistic approach, developing gifted girls intellectual, social, emotional and vocational domains.
Between Monday 15 April - 9.00 am and Thursday 18 April - 9.00 am

Location

Perth College
31 Lawley Crescent , Mount Lawley , WA 6050

Contact Details

Sessions

Sessions Description Status

Walk a mile in a STEMinists shoes

Years 4-7

STEMinists have been around for centuries, paving the way for our future; their journeys diverse and unique. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Perspective, Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence, Social Intelligence and Humility to explore their journey, walking a mile in their shoes. They will utilise critical and creative thinking strategies to tell their story, culture and perspectives through art ideas and digital technologies.   

Monday 15 April 9.00 am  - 4.00 pm

Monday 15 April - 9.00 am Walk a mile in a STEMinist's shoes Open

The Chemistry of Cooking

Years 1-4

This course investigates the science of cooking, and the chemical reactions that occur between ingredients or when external forces are applied. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Teamwork and Prudence to become experimental scientists, exploring the scientific principles of engineering, physics and chemistry that underlie cooking through hands-on experimentation. The unique component of the course? That you can eat your own science experiments!

Monday 15 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

 

Monday 15 April - 9.00 am The Chemistry of Cooking Sold Out

Mysterious Shipwrecks

Years 1-5

This course explores the maritime mysteries of our oceans and their hidden stories. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Creativity, Perspective, Curiosity and Judgement to become an archaeologist, investigating, interpreting, explaining and describing what artefacts might imply about the story of a mysterious shipwreck. They will create their own collection of artefacts from a ‘shipwreck’ to create a mysterious story of a ship and its crew and the adventure they were on, before its demise.   

Tuesday 16 April 9.00 am  - 4.00 pm

Tuesday 16 April - 9.00 am Mysterious Shipwrecks Open

The Chemistry of Cooking

Years 5-9

This course investigates the science of cooking, and the chemical reactions that occur between ingredients or when external forces are applied. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Teamwork and Prudence to become experimental scientists, exploring the scientific principles of engineering, physics and chemistry that underlie cooking through hands-on experimentation. The unique component of the course? That you can eat your own science experiments!

Tuesday 16 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Tuesday 16 April - 9.00 am The Chemistry of Cooking Open

Imagineering with STEM skills

Years 1-4

Participants will innovate, using their imagination whilst applying STEM skills and tools to creatively build a design according to a brief using recycled materials. They will nurture their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Creativity and Open-mindedness, ignited by their passion in their perception of the task. Through the process, participants will consider the entrepreneurial aspect and who they could market their design and prototype to, encouraging them to make their creative ideas happen in our world.

Wednesday 17 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Wednesday 17 April - 9.00 am Imagineering with STEM skills Open

Astrobiology: Solar Explorer

Years 4-7

 

Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution and future of life; the existence of life on Earth or any other planet in the Universe. With destination Mars a key focus for NASA, participants will utilise their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Creativity and Zest to explore the possibility of humans living on celestial bodies. Through Perspective, Open-mindedness and Persistence they will investigate and analyse the extreme conditions humans will face on our own planet and potentially on other planets throughout the Universe.. This course will have a future-focused lens opening up the amazing possibilities of life beyond our planet.

Wednesday 17 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Wednesday 17 April - 9.00 am Astrobiology: Solar Explorer Open

Next Gen Robotics

Years 4-9

The future of robotics continues to accelerate innovation, changing the paradigm of many industries.  Through this course, participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Teamwork, Persistence, Curiosity and Creativity to dream of possibilities for the future use of robotics. They will invent, using motors and sensors, building interactive robotic creations that could be used in the future to create positive change in our society.

Thursday 18 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Thursday 18 April - 9.00 am Next Gen Robotics Open

Walk a mile in a STEMinists shoes

Years 4-7

STEMinists have been around for centuries, paving the way for our future; their journeys diverse and unique. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Perspective, Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence, Social Intelligence and Humility to explore their journey, walking a mile in their shoes. They will utilise critical and creative thinking strategies to tell their story, culture and perspectives through art ideas and digital technologies.   

Monday 15 April 9.00 am  - 4.00 pm

Monday 15 April - 9.00 am
Walk a mile in a STEMinist's shoes
Open

The Chemistry of Cooking

Years 1-4

This course investigates the science of cooking, and the chemical reactions that occur between ingredients or when external forces are applied. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Teamwork and Prudence to become experimental scientists, exploring the scientific principles of engineering, physics and chemistry that underlie cooking through hands-on experimentation. The unique component of the course? That you can eat your own science experiments!

Monday 15 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

 

Monday 15 April - 9.00 am
The Chemistry of Cooking
Sold Out

Mysterious Shipwrecks

Years 1-5

This course explores the maritime mysteries of our oceans and their hidden stories. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Creativity, Perspective, Curiosity and Judgement to become an archaeologist, investigating, interpreting, explaining and describing what artefacts might imply about the story of a mysterious shipwreck. They will create their own collection of artefacts from a ‘shipwreck’ to create a mysterious story of a ship and its crew and the adventure they were on, before its demise.   

Tuesday 16 April 9.00 am  - 4.00 pm

Tuesday 16 April - 9.00 am
Mysterious Shipwrecks
Open

The Chemistry of Cooking

Years 5-9

This course investigates the science of cooking, and the chemical reactions that occur between ingredients or when external forces are applied. Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Teamwork and Prudence to become experimental scientists, exploring the scientific principles of engineering, physics and chemistry that underlie cooking through hands-on experimentation. The unique component of the course? That you can eat your own science experiments!

Tuesday 16 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Tuesday 16 April - 9.00 am
The Chemistry of Cooking
Open

Imagineering with STEM skills

Years 1-4

Participants will innovate, using their imagination whilst applying STEM skills and tools to creatively build a design according to a brief using recycled materials. They will nurture their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Creativity and Open-mindedness, ignited by their passion in their perception of the task. Through the process, participants will consider the entrepreneurial aspect and who they could market their design and prototype to, encouraging them to make their creative ideas happen in our world.

Wednesday 17 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Wednesday 17 April - 9.00 am
Imagineering with STEM skills
Open

Astrobiology: Solar Explorer

Years 4-7

 

Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution and future of life; the existence of life on Earth or any other planet in the Universe. With destination Mars a key focus for NASA, participants will utilise their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Creativity and Zest to explore the possibility of humans living on celestial bodies. Through Perspective, Open-mindedness and Persistence they will investigate and analyse the extreme conditions humans will face on our own planet and potentially on other planets throughout the Universe.. This course will have a future-focused lens opening up the amazing possibilities of life beyond our planet.

Wednesday 17 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Wednesday 17 April - 9.00 am
Astrobiology: Solar Explorer
Open

Next Gen Robotics

Years 4-9

The future of robotics continues to accelerate innovation, changing the paradigm of many industries.  Through this course, participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Teamwork, Persistence, Curiosity and Creativity to dream of possibilities for the future use of robotics. They will invent, using motors and sensors, building interactive robotic creations that could be used in the future to create positive change in our society.

Thursday 18 April 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Thursday 18 April - 9.00 am
Next Gen Robotics
Open
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