Social Anthropology

  • Social Anthropology is the study of human societies, countries and cultures. We are a multicultural society- we need to understand each other to be able to live and work together. We will be discovering who we are through who others are!
  • Students will learn about how people…

    • Think
    • Live
    • Work
    • Talk
    • Celebrate
    • Worship
    • Eat

    Classes will include..

    • Family Tree building and research
    • Discussions
    • Research
    • Mapping
    • Cooking
    • Craft

    Some form of technology (iPad/tablet/laptop) with required apps installed is a must for this class.

    Students will produce a ‘Family tree with the culture and countries that make up me’ for display at the Presentation Afternoon for this semester.

    Dates for 2018 Presentation Afternoons are:

    • Semester 1: 30th June  
    • Semester 2: 8th December
  • Outcomes covered within the Australian Curriculum:

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
    • English
    • Health
    • Digital Technology 
  • Teacher: Sarah-Ann Nicholson-Holden

    Classes will be taught by Sarah-Ann Nicholson-Holden from Rainbow Productions. Sarah-Ann is our head teacher bringing with her over 30 years experience teaching all ages and abilities from Primary to TAFE level. She is currently homeschooling two of her three boys aged 12 & 14, while her 15 year old is now successfully studying at TAFE. Sarah-Ann teaches a range of different classes at both venues and is passionate about all her students and assisting them to succeed in whatever they set their mind to! Sarah has a natural bent to bring out the best in all her students!