Technological and applied studies (TAS) is mandatory for all students in Year 7 and 8. Students can also select from a range of elective TAS subjects.
In TAS, students develop knowledge, understanding and skills through a design and production process using a range of tools, materials and techniques in theory and practical lessons.
The continuum of technology learning is:
It provides opportunities across a diverse array of subjects for innovation, creativity, enterprise, management, collaboration and communication. Students research, design, manipulate and produce products, systems and environments using simple to more complex technologies.
Engadine High School has a wide array of Industry standard facilities and equipment that enables us to offer a broad range of courses from Years 7-12. Specialist rooms have equipment and resources that enable students to achieve quality outcomes. Resources include a full hospitality stainless steel kitchen; four wood and metal workshops; a welding bay; an engineering space with a CNC router, laser cutter and 3D printers; two textile rooms; and a dedicated engineering computer lab with CAD software.
Extension programs allow students to use their skills to further develop in different technological areas and especially connect outside the classroom with real life experiences. Students have the opportunity to visit our local community resources such as ANSTO and the University of Wollongong.
TAS students have been involved in:
Technology, Wood Technology, Food Technology, Graphics Technology, Metal Technology, Textile Technology and Engineering Technology.
Industrial Technology Timber, Engineering Technology, Graphics Technology, Design and Technology, Food Technology, Information and Software Technology, Textiles and Child Studies.
Design and Technology, Food Technology, Information Processes and Technology, Software Design and Development, Textiles and Design, Engineering, Exploring Early Childhood and Community and Family Studies.
2 Porter Road
Engadine NSW 2233
telephone 02 9520 0411
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the Dharawal People, the traditional custodians of the land on which the school sits. We also pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal peoples.
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