Tag: Education

30 Jan 2016

Curtin University Partnership

In 2005, Perdaman and Curtin University of Technology signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on coal gasification research and development.

The agreement is the beginning of a long-term relationship aimed at developing gasification technology and providing an opportunity for students to put theory into practice at a world class gasification facility.

28 Mar 2014

T2o Blast Carnival Comes to Roche Park for another great day of cricket

120 local school students from Allanson, Amaroo, St Brigids, Fairview and Wilson’s Park primary schools joined Collie Cricket Club juniors in Roche Park last Wednesday to take part in the 5th T20 Blast Carnival held by the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy and Western Australian Cricket Association.

Warriors Matt Dixon, Joel Paris and Andrew Tye joined the students on the day, alongside Perdaman South West Cricket Academy High Performance Coach Orazio Santalucia and Perdaman corporate advisor and  former Australian Test Cricketer, Tom Moody.

The Collie Cricket Club played host to the day provding a sausage sizzle lunch and refreshments while the students and Warriors ‘battled’ it out on the field.

It was a fun day enjoyed by all and Perdaman would like to thank everyone involved in making the day a success as always!

28 Jan 2008

Collie Senior High School

Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers were proud to support Collie Senior High School in their participation at the Science & Engineering Challenge 2009.

With over 70 schools from across the state taking part, Collie SHS took first place honours at their heat in Australind on November 5 which lead to their invitation to the Super Challenge in Perth on November 17. Surrounded by activites which reflect current issues such as energy generation and climate change, the students worked through a vast array of challenges which required them to continually modify and improve on what they had constructed.

Collie SHS came 4th in a total of eight schools competing at the Super Challenge.

01 Dec 2007

Christchurch Grammar School’s new playground

With the passing of the late Mr Perdaman Krishan Rambal, the Rambal family was seeking the opportunity to make a lasting contribution to the school where Mr Rambal Senior’s two grandsons are being educated.

In December, 2007, the Rambal family was proud to see the opening of the Christchurch Grammar School’s new Preparatory School playground, a large web-like climbing structure which today helps the boys climb, explore and be creative while keeping them fit and active.

The playground, while now offering hours of fun and enjoyment to the boys at the school also provides a fitting reminder for Mr Rambal Senior’s lifelong love for learning.