Staff from the Humanities Department alongside nine Year 12 Geography and Economics students attended the launch of the Bankwest Curtin Economic Centre’s report on housing affordability at the Hyatt on 31 May.
We asked our Year 10 Politics and Law students some questions about the upcoming national election. Here’s what they had to say.
Year 10 Humanities students were challenged and engaged by Kalvin Hart from Thankyou on Monday. The social enterprise company is an amazing case study of the application of HASS and the development of global citizenship.
During Year 7 Humanities & Social Sciences, students have been challenged to come up with a new idea for a product or service that solves a problem or makes life better for people or society.
A number of Year 12 Politics and Law students attended the annual Sir Ronald Wilson lecture to hear Justice Jeremy Curthoys discuss the development of LGBTQI rights in Australia.