Home economics

The central focus of Home Economics is the well-being of individuals and their families in their everyday living. It addresses issues such as health, food, sustainability, consumerism, sewing/textiles, childcare and development. Home Economics allows students to enhance their skills in both their home and work environments.

The faculty area consists of two domestic kitchens, each with 11 workstations, and one sewing room. All three work areas are well maintained, with modern facilities and equipment.

Year 9 Food and Textile Production
Year 10 Food Specialisation
Year 10 Creative Textiles
SACE Stage 1 Independent Living
SACE Stage 1 & 2 Child Studies
SACE Stage 1 & 2 Food and Hospitality