It's being described as a radical new experiment in education, the Catholic school that has done away with tests, grades and even year levels. St Luke's Catholic College is delivering a personalised curriculum for every student and it's all being delivered in a brand-new, open plan school with life coaches. But critics are questioning the radical approach to learning.
Jimmy Barnes explains why his parents relocated their family from Scotland to Australia, revealing the "official" reason as well as the context of poverty, alcohol and violence in which the decision was made.
Jimmy Barnes describes how he would spend his time as a child in Adelaide with other migrants, and recounts the time a lion escaped from a circus, likening the emaciated condition of the lion to the health of migrant children.
Jimmy Barnes describes life in Elizabeth, Adelaide, and the "horror house" he grew up in, detailing a fight between his parents, linking the alcoholism and violence to the shame of poverty in a new country. (Coarse language.)
Jimmy Barnes describes the culture of violence in Elizabeth, explaining it as something children were taught, and linking the fighting to the toughness of life in northern UK towns and continued poverty as migrants in Australia. (Coarse language.)
Jimmy Barnes reveals the significance of 'Flame Trees', a song about a homecoming, and how Adelaide holds bad memories for him. Includes old and new footage of Cold Chisel performing the song.
Storming the Bastille
Hatchetfish in the twilight zone from Blue Planet
Creatures and adaptations of the bathypelagic zone.
Scavengers eating dead grey whale at the bottom of the ocean
Hannah, Bella, Colwyn and Harrison of Walkerville Primary School experiment with different materials to find the best rubber band ball and explain the science behind these bouncy wonders. To make your own, you'll need two types of rubber bands, a styrofoam ball, ping-pong balls, sticky putty, a measuring tape, colours makers, a pen and paper and a safe place for testing your inventions. Did you know the rubber band was patented in 1845 by British inventor and factory owner Stephen Perry?
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