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Options

The offerings in our electives program for Years 7 to Years 10 are the Mundaring Christian College way of addressing the Arts and Technology learning areas in the Australian curriculum. The benefit for our students is that these options are taught by qualified artisans who provide enriched contexts for students to study these subjects, making them enjoyable and rigorous at the same time. 

Year 7 and Year 8 Options

Rules for choosing: To meet the Australian Curriculum Requirements students are required to study at least one subject in the Arts learning area (A), and one in the Technology learning area (T). As a result, certain conditions apply regarding student electives choices:

  • Students must choose only one option per grid line (three double periods per week)
  • Students cannot choose more than one Food Technology option
  • Students must choose at least one Arts subject (A) and one technology (T)

 

Grid Lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Line 1

 

Food Technology (T)

The Art of Baking

(max 16 students in class)

 

 

Visual Arts (A)

 

Basketball

 

 

I’m with the

  Band (A)

 

Computing & Robotics (T)

 

 

Plastic Fantastic Jewellery (T)

 

-

 

 

Line 2

 

Food Technology (T)

From Basics to Brilliance

(max 16 students in class)

 

 

Ceramics and sculpture (A)

 

 

 

Bushrangers

 

Steam Punk Jewellery (A)

 

Performing Arts:

Music, Drama & Dance (A)

 

 

 

 

Carpenter’s Mate;

 (T)

 

 

 

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Line 3

 

Food Technology (T)

The Art of Baking

(max 16 students in class)

 

 

Fine Arts (A)

 

 

Bushrangers

 

Photography (A)

 

Orienteering

 

Wood, Metal, Design (T)

 

Medieval Myths & Legends















Year 9 and Year 10 Options

Rules for choosing: To meet the Australian Curriculum Requirements students are required to study at least one subject in the Arts learning area (A), and one in the Technology learning area (T). As a result, certain conditions apply regarding student electives choices:

  • Students must choose only one option per grid line (three double periods per week)
  • Students cannot choose more than one Food Technology option
  • Students should choose at least one Arts subject (A) and one Technology (T) subject
  • Students should not choose both Basketball and Orienteering, and may choose Bushrangers only once

 

Grid Lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Line 1

 

Food Technology (T)

 (max 16 students in class)

 

 

I’m with the

 Band (A)

 

Photography (A)

 

Fine Arts (A)

 

 

Acrylic Jewellery (T)

 

 

Bushrangers

 

 

Line 2

 

Food Technology (T)

 (max 16 students in class)

 

 

Performing Arts:

Music, Drama & Dance (A)

 

Ceramics & Sculpture (A)

 

Bushrangers

 

Wood, Metal, Design (T)

 

Basketball

 

Line 3

 

-

 

Photography (A)

 

 

Visual Arts (A)

 

Computing and Robotics (T)

 

Carpentry & Joinery (T)

 

 

Orienteering