There were lots of great examples of Applied Learning in action this morning in the BSSC VCAL area.

In V1, Intermediate PDWRS students were hard at work assembling solar-powered LED lights for the SolarBuddy project.

The students loved the experience of assembling the lights, knowing they’ll end up helping students in PNG and Vanuatu to read and do their homework in a much healthier environment.

Over in B01, students from BSSC’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program were also incredibly productive, working on a project that will culminate in a morning tea on Friday 26 March where students will introduce community Aunties and Uncles to the BSSC Leadership Team.

One group of students were preparing the menu for the morning tea, while others worked on a mosaic table that food will be served on at the event.

Students were also busy sewing didgeridoo covers in Indigenous design fabrics to support Uncle Paul Chapman’s didgeridoo classes that are happening each Thursday at the college.

So much activity… so much great learning!

More great photos on the BSSC Facebook page