Young people from Miller Technology High School had their first taste of performing for camera as they explored the different objects inside their school bag.
As part of their project-based learning, young people from Miller worked in teams to create their own city. They were then interviewed about what they had made.
At the beginning of 2018, students from Miller Technology High School attended a creative workshop at Casula Powerhouse. They worked with dancer, Eric Avery, and visual artist, Howard Matthew, to explore how they were feeling about starting high school.
In 2018, ReFill is focusing on STEAM: a learning program that explores science, technology, engineering, arts and maths. STEAM provides students with an access point for inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking.
In Term One, we are investigating hybrids. What happens when you combine two unlikely things together? Students have created dream animals, drawn new inventions and created humanoid costumes using tin foil.