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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 Tuesday 12 February - 3.30 pm and Wednesday 13 February - 3.30 pm

Location

Perth College
31 Lawley Crescent , Mount Lawley , Western Australia 6050

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Sessions

Sessions Description Status

The Power and the Passion

Years 5-9

8 week course commencing Tuesday 12 February

 

Have you ever wondered who makes the decisions that affect our lives? Where does the real power exist to make a difference in Australia and in other countries? Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Perspective, Open-mindedness and Fairness to investigate a person, philosophy or society that has had a unique influence on the lives of citizens across the globe. This course is for young girls who ask questions about the world and who want to start providing some of the answers!

 

Facilitated by Politics, Law and Economics specialist, Steve Wynhorst

 

Tuesdays 3.30 - 5.30 pm

 

Tuesday 12 February - 3.30 pm The Power and the Passion 11 Available

Humanitarian Aid

Years 3-6

8 week course commencing Wednesday 13 February

Ever thought that you would like to make a difference for people living in a developing country? Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Humility and Perspective to investigate common challenges facing people living in developing countries and choose a cause close to their heart. Using the Engineering Design Process, they will devise possible solutions and create a prototype that will assist with the issue to make life better for others. Projects will be led by student interest.

Facilitated by experienced humanitarian and teacher, Jo Harmsworth

Wednesdays 3.30 - 5.30 pm

Wednesday 13 February - 3.30 pm Humanitarian Aid 10 Available

The Power and the Passion

Years 5-9

8 week course commencing Tuesday 12 February

 

Have you ever wondered who makes the decisions that affect our lives? Where does the real power exist to make a difference in Australia and in other countries? Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Perspective, Open-mindedness and Fairness to investigate a person, philosophy or society that has had a unique influence on the lives of citizens across the globe. This course is for young girls who ask questions about the world and who want to start providing some of the answers!

 

Facilitated by Politics, Law and Economics specialist, Steve Wynhorst

 

Tuesdays 3.30 - 5.30 pm

 

Tuesday 12 February - 3.30 pm
The Power and the Passion
11 Available

Humanitarian Aid

Years 3-6

8 week course commencing Wednesday 13 February

Ever thought that you would like to make a difference for people living in a developing country? Participants will draw on their Character Strengths of Curiosity, Humility and Perspective to investigate common challenges facing people living in developing countries and choose a cause close to their heart. Using the Engineering Design Process, they will devise possible solutions and create a prototype that will assist with the issue to make life better for others. Projects will be led by student interest.

Facilitated by experienced humanitarian and teacher, Jo Harmsworth

Wednesdays 3.30 - 5.30 pm

Wednesday 13 February - 3.30 pm
Humanitarian Aid
10 Available
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