During Semester 1, our Stage 2 students undertook their final compulsory SACE subject – the challenging Research Project. We recently received their results and our students should be incredibly proud of their achievements.
Many achieved very high level results, with three students – (pictured above L-R) Tullia Sellen, Jesika Cane and Talia Robinson – attaining an A+! Their Research Project topics were as follows:
- Tullia – “How are Port Lincoln’s Southern Bluefin Tuna (SBT) aquaculture ranching practices regulated to preserve the health of the local marine environment?
- Jesika – “What will be the social and economic implications of Britain leaving the European Union, and how will their general public respond to it?”
- Talia – “How can biodegradability influence the Australian plastic pollution crisis?”
These outstanding results clearly demonstrate that with hard work, determination and focus, our students can achieve their academic goals. We are very proud of them and congratulate them all on their achievements.
We also wish to sincerely thank everyone in the local community who supported our students through their Research Project journey.
~ Mrs Lesley Warren (Assistant Principal: Senior School)