Five experienced Politics and Law teachers will provide a revision seminar for Politics and Law Unit 3 content.
Held at the State Library of Western Australia, tickets cost $10 and are limited.
This is a great opportunity for students to prepare for their upcoming Semester 1 exams.
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Join us to hear from our guest speaker, Stephen King, and then for a review of the 2021 Politics WACE Exam.
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4:30pm Arrival for nibbles and drinks
4:55pm Welcome by President PLEAWA
5:00pm Address by our Guest Speaker TBC
6:00 pm Review of the 2020 WACE examination by Ali Harris and Alex Roseveare
An opportunity for students and teachers to best prepare for the 2020 Politics and Law exams.
PLEAWA offers several options in order to best experience this useful revision seminar:
In person at Notre Dame University
$30 per student - includes notes; OR
$60 per student - includes the above and a Good Answer Guide
Via Zoom - NOW CLOSED
$30 per student
$60 per student - includes a Good Answer Guide sent to your address
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Kids in Jail: Raising the Age of Criminal Responsibility in Australia
Prison should not be a rite of passage for any child. Yet, in Australia, children as young as 10 can be imprisoned. This topic presents an overview of what has become a national tragedy in this country and why all levels of government – state, territory and federal – have been called upon to increase the minimum age of criminal responsibility (MACR) to 14, bringing Australia into line with international human rights standards.
In this candid session our presenter, Alex Roseveare, will delve deep into the Year 12 Politics and Law curriculum and expose common
misconceptions, such as the Dietrich Case.
This event will be held on 6 August via Zoom. Register here and a Zoom link will be sent to you shortly!
Join the Law Society and our distinguished panel for a discussion on the challenges facing the administration of justice in 2020. The forum includes perspectives from Parliament, the Courts and legal practitioners on responses to COVID-19, and other priorities for this year and the future.
Panelists include the Hon Peter Quinlan, Chief Justice of Western Australia.
Join us to hear from Mr. Matt Keogh, MP, the Federal Member for Burt then a review 2019’s WACE examination:
-4.30pm Arrival for canapes & drinks
-4.55pm Welcome by PLEAWA President
-5.00pm Address by Mr Matt Keogh MP
-5.45pm Review of 2019 WACE Examination