Students from 6V, 5P and 56B participated in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis competition sponsored by the Liverpool City Council. We were asked to create a sustainable and innovative Aerotropolis based on the Western Sydney Airport being constructed in Badgery’s Creek. The focus questions were, “How will an airport of the future operate?” and “How would you build a sustainable airport?”. Various students were allocated different roles such as designing, building, agriculture, sustainability, music and scriptwriting. Students used Minecraft and code builder to create and code efficiently over Term 2. This project involved researching, planning, producing and evaluating our products. So much hard work went into building our worlds and showcasing the innovative ideas we had all in a two minute video. We are extremely proud of our end products.
We would like to Acknowledge the Kuringa & Dharug people of our nation who are the traditional custodians of this land. We would also like to pay respect to Elders both past and present and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people present.
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