News from June 2010
Year 9 commerce students have been gripped by World Cup fever - with a twist.
For the first time ever the Year 6 cohort will graduate with a special pair of boardshorts in celebration of the School’s Centenary this year.
The first of two inter-school chess tournaments this year was hosted by Hale School on the afternoon of Friday 18 June. Entitled the ‘Four Schools Tournament’ it was a north of the river affair comprising Christ Church, Hale, Scotch and Guildford.
A revolutionary online diagnostic assessment tool is providing greater opportunities for learning to CCGS mathematics students.
Edmund Xu (Year 9) was amongst a group of talented Christ Church music students busily rehearsing for the Scholars’ Recital this week. The evening recital, to be held on Tuesday 22 June in the CLC foyer at 7.00pm, will feature solo pieces from Senior School music scholarship recipients.
The School’s Army Cadets continued a proud tradition of service to the Western Australian community by representing the Christ Church at two momentous ceremonies recently.
An internationally renowned philosopher attracted over 250 students from WA schools to Christ Church this week.
Members of the school community were assured that “he’ll be ok” when a renowned New Zealand author gave insight into the challenging journey of boys becoming men.
When a prestigious national design competition was calling for entries related to environmental sustainability, it was right up the alley of two of Claire Bradley’s Year 12 Graphic Design students.
Following the rigorous Middle School Chess Tournament, the Senior players competed in similar fashion on Wednesday 9 June after school in the chess room, M1.
The stage is set for a chilling tale of corrupt cooking as CCGS presents a Midnite Youth Theatre Company (MYTC) world premiere of Sweeney Todd: The String of Pearls.
Drew Stocker’s dynamic and creative approach to teaching drama and directing has the community eagerly awaiting the Midnite Youth Theatre Company’s first offering of the year.
There is more to forensics than the glamour of television programmes like CSI: Miami, according to a scientist who visited the School's Year 7 English classes.
A group of chess enthusiasts contested the coveted Middle School Chess Tournament recently.
The illustrations of a gifted visiting artist brought laughter and inspiration to Prep School classes this week.