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Australia’s annual celebration of Science attracts more than 1.4 million people of all ages to over 1000 events across the nation.
This is the 16th Year that Elizabeth College has been engaged in promoting science during Science week. Our theme for this year is Keep Your Pulse on Science @ Elizabeth College.
Community events that inspire and educate the general public and youth of Southern Tasmania, including an official launch at Government House and ending with a celebratory luncheon at the Premier’s Office will be held. Other events to include the College Workshops, the “Keep Your Pulse on Science” Symposium and “Cooking With Pulses” for adults.
Students and staff from across the College are involved in the facilitation and presentation of the program. For more information on how to take part in the events please see the following links:
- Elizabeth College Science Week 2016
- Science Week Booking Information
- Science Week Activity Schedule
- Poster Competition
To make a booking, please complete the form below:
Parents of current Year 10 students are invited to join us to hear about college programs and the support offered to students.
Tuesday 14 June – New Town and Cosgrove High Schools.
Wednesday 15 June – Ogilvie and non-feeder government and Independent Schools
TASC provides special exam arrangements for eligible students in the categories below, where their disability significantly impacts on their ability to perform in exams, complete assignments and to access the curriculum.
A letter was sent to all Level 3 students on March 23 via their Home Group teacher, which outlines the application process. Students who feel they may be eligible can contact either Di Richards or Anna Crocker in Student Services to discuss their application. All Year 12 students who were granted special exam consideration last year will be required to re-apply if they wish to be considered again this year.
Eligible students will fall in the following categories: Learning Disability (e.g. dyslexia, writing Disorder, and ADHD); medical/physical disability (e.g. diabetes, epilepsy) psychological (e.g. anxiety, bipolar, eating disorders) visual impairment, hearing impairment, and refugee status.
Students can book an appointment at recess or lunch with either Anna Crocker or Di Richards.
All grade 10 students will have the opportunity to enrol in subjects and activities, have a tour of the college and become familiar with subjects and programs for 2017.
To register for Orientation Day please complete our online form at http://bit.do/EC-Orientation
For more information please see http://www.elizabethcollege.tas.edu.au/enrolment/
Follow the yellow brick road all the way to see Elizabeth College’s The Wiz. With a large cast and a talented band, colourful costumes and sets and a story full of humour and good tunes, this promises to be the event of the year. Shows run from June 3-11, Elizabeth College Theatre, 7.30 pm. Tickets are selling fast, so don’t miss out.
Bookings through Centertainment- Elizabeth Street Mall. Phone 6234 5998 or visit www.centertainment.com
- Monday 2nd May
- Elizabeth College Theatre
A panel of experts will also be speaking about current health issues for young people and the forum will be open to questions.