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Round Two 2016   30 May - 19 August
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Good luck to all participants attending round 2 courses this week. Online courses commence 7th June. Don’t forget to bring your portfolio, exercise book and/or journal. Course payment (for centre-based courses): Due to your home school between 11 - 16 June. If you DO NOT intend to participate in your course please notify PEAC Administration. Remember to check out our calendar for timely information, such as when the next round starts and other upcoming events. The Round 2 Course Booklet can be viewed below for information purposes only. 
ComputerCraftEdu Bridge Challenge Round 2 Has Begun! Round 2 Course Booklet

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Yuluma PEAC (Admin Centre) Yuluma Primary School, 21 Ambrose Street, Innaloo 6018 (Map) P 9204 2969   F 6323 3371   E  admin@northmetropeac.wa.edu.au 
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... PEAC Year 4 Induction The big day for our new recruits was held at Edith Cowan University. Click here ... Scitech Brainstorm Challenge Day  See what went on! Click here ... GameMaker Course Download and play some of our student’s creations! Click here
The first ever PEAC ComputerCraftEdu course was completed in Round 1 where students explored the world of programming and coding. They teamed up to complete design challenges undertaken by their programmed robots called ‘turtles’. Click here to see what went on!