The St Gabriel Centre will be open and ready for teaching and learning at the beginning of Term 1, 2021. A short 6 - minute walk across the river from the Flinders Park campus, it will be a dedicated centre for our Year 12's. Nazareth's continued growth has enabled our Community to reimagine learning opportunities for senior students.
A recording of the recent Community Forum will be available shortly.
View the 3D 'fly through' of the Centre to an insight into the experience our young people will have from 2021.
The Nazareth Year 12 students excelled once again in undertaking their Research Project. The enthusiasm with which they embrace the opportunity to get deep learning in an area that they choose themselves, is inspiring. These young people really are conducting 21st century learning, designing their own questions, planning the ways they will investigate them and engaging meaningfully with the world to find the answers.
Some of their questions were:
This year so many students used communication tools such as Zoom to talk to people all over the world – often getting up in the middle of the night to communicate with experts in places like Norway, Canada and London. Conducting research in the middle of a world-wide pandemic is no easy feat, but the Nazareth students used imagination and perseverance to find answers. They have so many great stories to tell.
Here is a short student-led video filmed and edited by our Senior Photography Leader, Deahna Lappas, showcasing a handful of the Research Projects and their experiences.
In preparing for term 2, the Technology and Food (TEF) teachers have been busy in the kitchen adapting their curriculum to provide teaching and learning experiences for the students as we shift to online learning.
To ensure students have access to skill development, knowledge and understanding, the TEF staff have been engaging in Flipped Learning. During the last week of Term 1 a selection of delicious recipes utilising a variety of cooking methods and ingredients were filmed as video demonstrations to allow students to understand key recipe processes within the home environment. Hopefully, this will inspire students to undertake some of these recipes and cook supervised with their families.
Research has shown that cooking helps mental health as it can be a creative outlet. It is a way to channel energy, can be used as a distraction, and to express emotions through a different medium.
Here are some of their beautiful creations.
You’re welcome to try cooking these yourself by downloading the following recipes:
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DID YOU KNOW that the Chaplaincy program continues to be strongly supported by Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) and our Nazareth Catholic Community? At the end of last year Nazareth, as well as 60 other CESA schools, was successful in obtaining further funding for the 2020 – 2022 round.
Success at Nazareth goes further than our excellent academic outcomes. Our students graduate knowing they have been encouraged to realise their full potential and inspired to be people of justice committed to influencing positive change.
What role does telomeres and telomerase play in identifying cancer? Ask Ciji, whose excellence in studying this question for her Year 12 Research Project awarded her a masterclass opportunity at the world-class medial research institute, SAHMRI.
Opening of Cultural Kaurna Garden at Nazareth Findon Campus