Comet Bay College celebrated HASS Week this week, offering students a range of lunchtime activities to fuel their creative thinking.
Students used compasses and maps to navigate through a campus treasure hunt, documented their family ancestry on a map, recycled plastic to make colourful flowers, challenge themselves to make the best paper planes and experimented with virtual reality goggles.
Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Kerry Cross said HASS Week is intended to stimulate and challenge students with activities that engage all year groups.
“HASS is a diverse Department with so many interesting themes and topics,” she said.
“HASS Week is a great opportunity for us to promote our Department and remind students that HASS learning happens in everyday activities.
“It was great to see so many students get involved. Year 8 Griffin Cromb’s epic paper plane winning flight proved one of the greatest highlights.”