SCHOOL STUDENTS HAVE BEEN BRAINSTORMING
Goollelal Primary School students strut their stuff on the airwaves.
Students from Montessori School Kingsley talk about their school and other interesting topics.
Let St Luke’s Catholic Primary School students entertain you.
Join the students from East Hamersley Primary School as they take over the airwaves on School of Thought.
Prendiville Catholic College students discuss stories from the social media platform Reddit.
Students from St Stephen’s School Duncraig and Carramar take over the airwaves to speak about some interesting topics and their social justice work.
Wonderful students from Arbor Grove Primary School speak about Arbor Day, therapy dogs, bullying and much more.
John with the Liwara Catholic Primary School kids who participated in the outdoor broadcast today.
Liwara Catholic Primary School and Prendiville Catholic College join forces to present an outdoor broadcast of School of Thought.
Joondalup Weekender 15/11/2018
Science Fiction is this week’s topic for School of Thought presented by student from Prendiville Catholic College.
Ever wondered what scouts do? Students from several local schools come together as scouts, from Goollelal Greenwood Scout Group, to present this week’s School of Thought.
What is the greatest age to be? Students from Greenwood Primary School think it is ages 6 & 7, and explain the reasons why.
Creaney Primary School students talk about subjects that matter to them.
Halidon Primary School students talk about some of their school activities, different cultures and languages.
Students from West Greenwood Primary School talk about their school, homework, fads and crazes.
Warwick Senior High School students take over the airwaves to talk about their school and enjoy a joke or two.
Students from Montesorri School Kingsley with some very interesting facts about their school.
Outdoor broadcast from Goollelal Primary School. Students present a wonderful show sharing some great facts and stories.
Students from Arbor Grove Primary School showcase their school and share some fun facts.
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Sarah McGowan is a mother of three kids, a part-time teacher and the ambassador of a program called Never Stop Reading, which encourages parents to continue to read aloud to their kids. She caught up with students and teachers at Greenwood Primary School on Monday to explain the program and its many benefits. John Logan attended this event and learns more about the program in this interview.
East Hamersley Primary School students speak about the programs and special events at their school.
Liwara Catholic Primary School students talk about a very important topic….sustainability.
Goollelal Primary School students entertain you with a range of subjects and great music.
Prendiville Catholic College students are back with some informative and entertaining material about music and games.
Halidon Primary School students speak about mental health issues, including stress, anxiety and bullying.
Students from Prendiville Catholic College talk about the evolution of music from the 1970’s to the present day.
Susan Legder is the associate dean of engagements and school partnerships at Murdoch University’s School of Education. She speaks to John Logan about SimLab, the latest technology in education that offers teachers the chance to develop classroom and relationship management skills in a mixed reality learning environment before they go into the classroom. It is a unique blend of virtual reality technology and live human performance.
Caleb McKenna, 17 year old student and head boy at Warwick Senior High School, is one of three students selected in a district final to make it through to the Lions Youth of the Year State Final. He talks to John Logan about the competition, his goals and community involvement.
St Mark’s Anglican Community School students are back to share their views on subjects that matter to them.
Halidon Primary School students are back to tell us about some of the awesome things year 6’s have been up to as well as discussing going into high school.
Students from St Mark’s Anglican Community School discuss mental health and drugs and the effect they have on young adults as well as the broader community.
Students from Goollelal Primary School are back on the airwaves with some very interesting stories.
Outdoor broadcast presented from Greenwood Primary School. Students from Greenwood College host School of Thought, with students from Greenwood Primary School, Warwick Senior High School, East Hamersley Primary School and Glendale Primary School all having their say on subjects that matter to them.
Students from Montessori School, Kingsley, speak about their school programs and activities.
Students from Goollelal Primary School entertain us with some very interesting stories and facts.
Greenwood College students discuss mental health and how it affects young people in the community.
Musical entertainment presented by students from Kingsway Christian College.
Together, Halidon Primary School, Kingsley, and North Woodvale Primary School present an outdoor broadcast of the School of Thought.
Joondalup Weekender 15/06/2017
Liwara Catholic Primary School with their views on the importance of living healthy lifestyles.
St Mark’s Anglican Community School students with their thoughts about the effects of alcohol on teenagers and their family and friends.
Halidon Primary School students are back with some interesting interviews.
Butler College English teacher, Sarah Johnson, introduces the amazing Subih Brothers, Shaheen, Manuel and Andrie. The Australia’s Got Talent finalists perform live in the studio!
St Mark’s Anglican Community School year 11s talk about subjects that matter to them.
St Mark’s Anglican Community School year 9s talk about bullying, drugs and domestic violence.
Let Liwara Catholic Primary School students entertain you.
Warwick Senior High School on the airwaves.
Let the Halidon Primary School students entertain you.
Greenwood College students entertain you with their thoughts on some interesting topics.
Greenwood Primary School Students with their thoughts on books and reading.
Halidon students showcase their school.
Butler College students talk about homework and bushrangers!
East Hamersley Primary School students speak about their school programs and events.
Greenwood College students bring to the airwaves their thoughts on Mothers.
Let Libby, of Greenwood College, Lachlan, of Ocean Reef Senior High School, and Marni, of Ballajura Community College, entertain you.
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Let Kingsway Christian College entertain you with their April Fool antics.
Let Butler’s dynamic duo WOW you.
Libby and Bec, from Greenwood College, talk about their love of movies and acting.
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Chloe, Cassie and Lilly, from Montessori School Kingsley, with their musical rendition.
Caleb and Samuel, from Ashdale Secondary College, share interviews and music.
Liwara Catholic Primary School students share their knowledge and concerns regarding cyber safety.
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Greenwood College hosts an outdoor broadcast of the School of Thought from Greenwood Primary School. Greenwood College, Warwick High School, East Hamersley Primary School, Glendale Primary School and Greenwood Primary School all join together to provide an entertaining and informative show.
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