Home Economics revolves around promoting the overall welfare of individuals and their families in their daily lives.
It encompasses various aspects including health, nutrition, sustainability, consumerism, sewing and textiles, childcare, and personal development. By studying Home Economics, students have the opportunity to improve their abilities in both a domestic and professional setting.
The faculty area comprises a domestic kitchen, equipped with 10 workstations, and a sewing room with 10 sewing machines and 2 overlockers.
Middle School and SACE subjects taught in Home Economics are as follows:
- Year 7-10 Food and Textiles
- SACE Stage 1 & 2 Food and Hospitality
- SACE Stage 1 & 2 Child Studies
- SACE Stage 1 & 2 Material Solutions