It is already June and we are thrilled to hear how much fun and learning is being done in the Euka community. In Euka News this month you will read about Clubs, see fantastic student creations and read about some of the happenings in the Euka community.
Euka Social Clubs
The Euka Social Clubs are busy and thriving. It is proving an enjoyable time for Euka students to get together and enjoy a hobby as a group.
Just a quick note to parents and students in the Cooking Club. From term 3 there is a time change for this Club.
Due to some teaching commitments, Tamara has had to move the time from 4pm to 5pm from Term 3. Please make sure to update your calendars accordingly. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, and can’t wait to enjoy cooking with you all at the new time, starting next Term.
Just a reminder for those of you who may be new, you are welcome to join:-
Every Tuesday at 4:00-4:30 PM (NSW Timezone)
Every Wednesday at 5:00-5:30 PM (NSW Timezone)
Right now: Every Thursday at 4:00-4:30 PM (NSW Timezone)
Starting on Term 3 only: the start time for Cooking Club will become 5:00pm (NSW Timezone)
If you’re interested in joining the other Euka Clubs, please visit: https://euka.edu.au/all-resources/club-signup/
One of our talented Grade 11 students, Jackson, was selected out of hundreds of students, to spend time learning about animation at the Animal Logic studio. This is a very highly sought-after opportunity and we were thrilled to hear that Jackson was chosen. Here is a little of what Jackson had to say after the work experience time. “Being selected to join the one-week Animal Logic work experience programme was so exciting. For me, it was perfect timing to be able to meet and learn from the talented and generous people in the Animal Logic Studio. More importantly, I now have confidence and a clear vision of my dream job in the animation industry. Thank you Animal Logic for a fantastic week and such great guidance.”
Grade 11 & 12 Opportunity
Would you like to be an award-winning chef, a luxury hotel manager or own a popular café or restaurant?
Le Cordon Bleu is opening our doors to Euka students in Grades 11 & 12, to see inside one of the world’s leading culinary and hospitality institutions to provide you with the best possible global industry insight!
Meet Le Cordon Bleu chefs, hear from industry professionals, and discover what Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts programmes involves and experience hands-on cookery classes.
Enquire now about the Residential, designed to take your passion for gastronomy and hospitality to the next level… and join Le Cordon Bleu in July 2023!
University Information Sessions – coming up
Over the next few months, we will be running online information sessions hosted by various Universities to enable Euka students and their parents to ask questions about their next steps. Families with students from Grade 10, 11 and 12 are encouraged to attend. The meeting links will be posted in subsequent newsletters.
Following the information sessions, the universities will be holding their Open days providing the opportunity to visit and meet faculty staff.
The first two university Information sessions:
University of Wollongong
Information Session: Tuesday 18th July: 6pm – 7pm
- 5 August Wollongong: 10am -3pm
- 22nd July Liverpool campus: 11am – 2pm
Information Session: Wednesday 21st June: 3pm – 4pm
- 14th August
At the open day, the students will have the Griffith College and the Griffith University faculty members available to discuss various degree options. Our contact Louise will run Zoom application sessions for students in October. This will help them as they complete their application process.
Students of the month
Well done Delilah! You have created a unique adaptation of a coil pot made from clay. You have sustained the shape, yet created a face and hair within it. The colours of the glaze you have chosen further contribute to this appealing artwork. Congratulations!
This project is an amazing presentation of a neuron model! Your writing is clear and concise. The heading is effective. Your Demonstration of where different parts are located is fabulous. Your use of mixed media is terrific. Incredible work!
This extension activity provides insight into the Novel that is based in Sudan. There is nothing quite like a team effort. Well done on following a recipe as well as exploring a little more about the Novel character’s life.
Tyler you have demonstrated terrific skill in creating a mixed-media diorama! You have created a food chain through the various species that live in this habitat. The characteristics of the rainforest are fascinating, from the floor of the rainforest to the tree canopy. You have an incredible standard in technical skills, research and imagination. Your attention to detail is a highlight of your presentation. Exciting and innovative work!
Good going Neil! You have completed your lesson and you are making terrific progress in your writing and spelling! You have put some fantastic effort into your learning skills. Well done!