Exploring, designing and building water rockets using compressed air. Looking at Newton’s Third Law and ratios.

Exploring how drones work and flying model drones through various courses using hand sensors. Calculating speeds and distances using drones.

Using programming languages such as scratch in conjunction with Raspberry Pi Technology to remotely control robots through various mazes and other challenges.   

Exploring and manipulating programming languages such as drag and drop software like Scratch or other languages like Python to get computers to behave and create content such as animations or music. Scratch can also be used to analyse the flight paths of the water rockets built in the Flight workshops. 

Exploring how wind energy works and then assembling model Wind Turbines and demonstrating what energy can be produced by the wind. Measurements are taken to see the power in the wind on any particular day. 

Designing and creating 3D models and representations in x,y,z planes which are then scaled appropriately to be printed on a 3D Printer. How a 3D Printer works is explored and students take their 3D Printed models with them.    

Creating 3D representations by manipulating polygons, edges and x,y,z, vertices.  

Orienteering is a sport that requires navigational skills using a map and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and unfamiliar terrain whilst moving at speed, equipped with a topographical map (a specially prepared orienteering map), which they use to find control points.

An adrenalin fuelled activity on the High Ropes and Zip Line.

An assault course on campus on Rockwell Lake including rafting, rope bridges, zip line and other challenging obstacles for students to manoeuvre. (*Rockwell Only)