Applied Christian Education (ACE)

Applied Christian Education (ACE)

Applied Christian Education aims to develop a coherent overview of Christianity throughout the student’s time at Austin Cove Baptist College. This includes an understanding of God, the person of Jesus, the Bible, faith and salvation. A variety of teaching and learning strategies are employed to make the subject both relevant and enjoyable for each student.

Throughout the course, students are encouraged to ask questions and to seek answers from both their teachers and as well as on an independent basis.  Students are asked to participate fully in the class and to be respectful of the opinions and decisions of others.

 

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Secondary Life

Student Photography

Photography Students learn all aspects of framing, shutter speeds, lighting, composition, and how to get the best from their camera. Check out some of their amazing work below.

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Secondary Memories

2018 Senior Athletics Carnival

It was a somewhat soggy Winter Carnival at Bortolo Park as the senior students battled it out in Track and Field events. The rain didn't dampen the spirits of competitors and all enjoyed a great event. Well Done everyone!

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2018 Swimming Carnival

It was a great day at the MARC for the 2018 Senior Swimming Carnival. Staff and students had a ball as the fierce, but friendly, faction rivalry inspired all. As usual, the BBQ was fired up for lunch and students swam before a packed parent gallery.

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Honouring Our Fallen

Year 10 students at Austin Cove Baptist College visit the Kings Park War Memorial.

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Senior Athletics Carnival

It was a great day at Bortollo Park in Mandurah for the Secondary Athletics Carnival. Well done to all participants and Mrs Kerry Williamson for organising this fantastic event.

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Geography Trip

The Department of Parks and Wildlife recently led the Year 11 Geography Students on an excursion to the site of the 2014 Parkerville fire in the Perth foothills.

The class were taught how to investigate the impact of bushfire and how deploy the eqipment and measures used in the analysis and understanding of a fire site.

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