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Community Projects in Woodwork

Currently Year 10 students have produced model wooden bi-planes with a jarrah fuselage and pine wings. Students are given the opportunity to customise their own designs. Most of the projects have been donated to Joondalup Education Support Centre.

According to Joondalup Education Support Centre Principal Natalie Burns, “Students from all years have been so excited to play with them and talk about how they have been made”. Community based projects instil a spirit of community and giving in the students at Woodvale Secondary College. Students thoroughly enjoy producing toys for the younger students of Education Support Centres and local primary schools. Upcoming community projects for 2016 include rocking horses and toy trucks.

Students also complete projects to take home. Year 12 woodwork students are about to commence their own individual major project.

Students have been working hard in woodwork to produce high quality work. We have been utilising some imported timbers including american walnut and beech, along with local timbers. Projects range from household furniture to wooden toys.