Telopea Park School

Lycée Franco-Australien de Canberra

An ACT Public School


ACT public schools pupil free from 24 March 2020 to school holidays


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Upcoming Events

9th Apr 2020 - Term 1 ends

10th Apr 2020 - Good Friday

12th Apr 2020 - Easter Sunday

13th Apr 2020 - Easter Monday

25th Apr 2020 - ANZAC Day

28th Apr 2020 - Term 2 starts

1st Jun 2020 - Reconciliation Day

8th Jun 2020 - Queen’s Birthday

3rd Jul 2020 - Term 2 ends

20th Jul 2020 - Term 3 - starts

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L'Astrolabe 2019

For the second year now, this project took place during Term 3, with Year 9 students from the English and French streams working collaboratively and undertaking a scientific investigation focusing on the Astrolabe, a French naval frigate currently supporting scientists working in Antarctica. This year the Drama teacher upskilled the Year 9 students on presentation skills, so this project effectively became a STEAM endeavour incorporating science, technology, arts and mathematics. The depth and variations of investigations were again very impressive, from eutrophication to magnetic fields and ocean currents, the quality of student presentations to a panel of experts showcased the calibre of our students here at Telopea Park School.

Congratulations to the following students who will be travelling to Hobart early next year to visit the Astrolabe, as their prize for winning this panel presentations and the project overall.

PLACEMENT

GROUP

TOPIC

1

Siobhan P, Jazmine L, Teia C, Adelaide G

The effects of water density on thermohaline circulation

2

Jasleen K, Atticus FL

The effects of eutrophication on marine life

Runner-up

Charlotte B, Sophie F, Marc-Andre B, Kami S

Germinating and Growing Mung Beans with UVB Light

Runner-up

Akila A, Nick G, Loic WTW, Maxime CB

The Effect of a Magnetic field on the Movement of Charged Particles

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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