Ingleburn High School

Your School, Your Future

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“We are born makers. We move what we're learning from our heads, to our hearts, through our hands” - Brene Brown


Students use a range of tools, materials and techniques in the design process and technological experiences through theory and practical lessons.

Technological and applied studies (TAS) is mandatory for all students in Stage 4.

Students then have an opportunity to select from a range of elective TAS subjects in Stages 5 and 6.

The continuum of technogogy learning is:

  • Based on students becoming increasingly sophisticated in their ability to design and produce solutions for authentic needs and opportunities
  • An option for student specialisation in secondary school through a range of syllabuses addressing technologies and aspects of design.


  • Students can gain an understanding of, and passion for creating, designing, and implementing solutions to real life problems
  • Utilise the school’s dispositions to foster a love of learning
  • Gain appropriate skills to use in life
  • Promote sustainability 

 Courses Offered

Stage 4: (Year 7 & 8)

    •    Engineering Technologies

    •    Mixed Materials Technologies

    •    Digital Technologies

    •    Agriculture and Food Technologies

Stage 5: (Year 9 & 10)

    •    Food Technology

    •    Industrial Technology: Timber

    •    Industrial Technology: Multimedia

    •    iSTEM

    •    Child Studies

        Information Software Technology

Stage 5 Z Electives:

        Ingleburn Café

    •    Tech Champions

    •    Agriculture

Stage 6: (Year 11 & 12)

    •    Engineering Studies

    •    Industrial Technology: Timber

    •    Industrial Technology: Multimedia Technolgies

    •    Design and Technology

    •    Food Technology

    •    VET Hospitality – Food and Beverage

    •    VET Construction

 Features & Activities

  • Fee requirements for subjects
  • Easter Show Excursion (Various classes)
  • Overnight excursion to VIVID
  • White card training (Construction)
  • RSA and RCG training (Hospitality)
  • WHS training
  • STEM based competitions
  • CSIRO Generation STEM project
  • 70 hours mandatory Work placement (VET)


    Ms Deidre Williams (HT TAS)

    Mrs S. McMurdo (Instructional Coach)

    Mr T. Tomeski (VET Coordinator, Year 11 AYA)

    Mrs L. Musgrove

    Miss J. Tagg

    Mrs S. Roberts (SASS)

    Mrs J. Alcorn (SASS)