he highlight of the year 2000 was not coming into the new millenium without bugs or glitches to our network but centred on educational excellence . Three accomplishments stood out:
This year is the third successive year that a CBC student has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by the Curriculum Council of Western Australia for their work in Interactive Multimedia. Malcolm Rock was this years recipient and also was presented with an NEC lap top computer kindly donated by NEC in
Our team comprising Brendan Bulmer, Andrew Micenko (Year 11) Paul Ryan (Year 10) and Luke
& CommunLcatLon T echnoto
Dryland (Year 9) were State Winners in a web page competiton that attracted over nine hundred entries from around Australia.
Exclusive to CBC , was a one day staff workshop conducted by Dr Jearinette Voss, world famous author of the book "The Learning Revolution" and an internationally acclaimed educational motivator.
opportunity afforded to me by the CBC Board and Principal to take an extended study leave, point to the educational excellence that is part of the total CBC experience for both students and staff. Mr H.J. Clements-Shepherd - Head of Department
I was fortunate to be able to entice Dr Voss into agreeing to come to Western Australia and later (during my study leave in term four of 1999) to be able to visit and stay with her in San Diego, while completing contractual arrangements. Events such as these mentioned , as well as the
Left: Researching t he Fremantle Prison for the Webpage Competition. TO p: Year 8's in Computer Studies class. Above: Primary students visit eBC Fremantle 59
Published on Jul 24, 2017