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At Castle Hill High School the study of Industrial Technology Years 9 - 10 provides students with opportunities to engage in a diverse range of creative and practical experiences in the area of Metal. Students are able to select both Timber and Metal subjects to study if they like the challenges in the Metal and Timber areas.
We aim to provide a range of practical experiences that occupy the majority of course time. Practical experiences develop knowledge and understanding of and skills in designing, producing and evaluating Metal products. Student capability, confidence and expertise at their current stage of development are important considerations in determining the teaching and learning sequences in the course.
The Metal focus area provides opportunities for students to develop knowledge, understanding and skills in relation to the metal and associated industries.
Core modules develop knowledge and skills in the use of materials, tools and techniques related to metal which are enhanced and further developed through the study of specialist modules in:
Practical projects reflect the nature of the Metal focus area and provide opportunities for students to develop specific knowledge, understanding and skills related to metal-related technologies. These may include:
Within our practical work and over a range of practical projects the following areas are covered.
Castle Hill NSW 2154
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Castle Hill High School acknowledges the tradition custodians of the land of Castle Hill, the Darug people. The Castle Hill region was home to the Bidjigal clan of the Darug people, which means 'plains-dweller' in the Darug language. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal people.
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