Ad Altiora - To Higher Things
T: Telephone02 4285 1199
The TAS faculty offers a comprehensive range of subjects suited to almost all university, TAFE and career options. Available subjects assist students to develop not only literacy and numeracy skills and an understanding of the course framework but also assist students to learn many industry specific skills and techniques on high-end machinery.
One stream of study within the TAS subject area is Technology. In Year 7 and 8, Digital Technology is a compulsory 50 hour unit of study. Students study programming and will design and build their own functioning device. Some previous examples include the Digital Lamp
Selecting technology TAS subjects in Year 9 and 10, students will gain a more in depth understanding about design principles and many of the techniques used by industry today. Students get to demonstrate their understanding of the subject content through a range of practical applications including the creation of mobile phone apps, robotics, drones, gaming, VR, building networked classrooms, animation and more. Students will get to do site studies at various gaming institutes and VR groups, attend a photography camp with the potential to travel international to learn about other technologies across boarders. Students can also get various work experience opportunities as a photographer, road crew member for entertainment and more as part fo the course.
In Years 11 and 12 students will develop their skills further to produce industry grade projects using advanced skills taught by highly trained teachers. Certificate III in Information and Digital Technology is a nationally recognised and accredited vocational education and training subjects Students who selected this subjects and successfully complete their competency units and work placements will receive a TAFE certificate of completion as well as training in current industry techniques required for various occupations aloing with ATAR credit points. Students who select this subject study website development and animation with a focus on VR and AR. Students can elect to participate in group projects such as the development of networked classrooms, industry visits, photography camp and more.
Corrimal High students completing courses within the TAS faculty have consistently achieved high results during the Higher School Certificate. Band 6 results have been gained by our students with results within our faculty well above the state average. Exhibitions of student practical work has always drawn praises from the community and HSC markers.
Our students completing VET courses have received praise from local employers, with a number of students gaining apprenticeships and apprenticeships.
88b Murray Road
Corrimal East NSW 2518
telephone 02 4285 1199
Corrimal High School stands on the traditional lands of the Wadi Wadi people of the Dharawal nation. We acknowledge and pay our respect to all clans and groups of the Dharawal nation – the Wodi Wodi of Kangaroo Valley to Lake Illawarra, the Bong Bong of Mossvale, the Allowrie of Lake Illawarra to Fairy Meadow, the Murra Murra of Kiama, the Jerrungarah of Kiama to Shoalhaven heads, the Thoura of Towradgi to Stanwell Park, the Gweagal of Otford to Cronulla, the Bidgegal of Botany Bay and the Gubbitch Ditch of Campbelltown to Tahmoor. We remember and respect their past, present and future connections to this land. We honour their descendants, who stand with us today as part of our school community and we value the spiritual and cultural traditions they celebrate. We pay our respects to the young generations and future elders as they are the strength that will keep these traditions and dreaming alive. We also extend this respect to all those in our community.
Copyright for this website is owned by the State of New South Wales through the Department of Education. For more information go to http://www.dec.nsw.gov.au/footer/copyright.