News from February 2010
A Year 6 swimming team proved they were all-round winners when they claimed the primary school’s title and Charity Cup at the recent iiNet Team Sprint Cup (14 February).
Drug expert Paul Dillon armed Year 10, 11 and 12 boys with relevant information and practical advice on alcohol and its perils when he addressed students on Wednesday.
With the coming of Chinese New Year, the School was treated to a traditional performance by dancers from the Queyan Kung Fu Martial Arts Academy and interactive cultural lessons by the Confucius Institute.
CCGS kicked off its Centenary year celebrations with its Birthday Carnivale, hosted by the Parents’ Association, at the weekend.
With the recent devastation of the Toodyay fire and first anniversary of Black Saturday, it is timely that Christ Church began the school year with a comprehensive bushfire survival plan for its outdoor education facility (Kooringal).
It has been just two months since a number of Christ Church boys donated shoeboxes full of Christmas gifts to Operation Christmas Child, and they are already hearing about the success of their contribution.
An architecture summer school course has set up a Christ Church student with noteworthy skills while giving him a taste of university life.
Fresh from their success in 2009, former Christ Church students returned to the classroom this week with some advice to current Year 12 English students.
In response to the growth of the LW Parry Preparatory School, a new leadership team has been established to better support the increasing number of boys, parents and staff.
An exciting sports competition on the top oval was a perfect opportunity for new Prep School boys to “buddy up” with their classmates and try out their new Centenary caps and flying frisbees.