News from September 2010
More than 400 members of the Christ Church community celebrated in style as the School hosted the last event in the Centenary calendar – the Blue and Gold Masquerade Party.
Year 4 boys were treated to a Movement Meditation workshop from renowned Christian dance expert Mary Jones.
A collaborative art project took form last week as this year’s Art in Bloom entry made its way to the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA).
As the Beyond Queenslea Drive Immersion Programme draws to a close for 2010, two students from the United States and England shared some of their experiences at Christ Church.
Book Week this year in the Prep School was once again celebrated with excitement and fun as boys and staff joined in the variety of activities.
Christ Church had considerable success in its debut in the 2010 Australian Informatics Competition (AIC).
A fun initiative for Year 6 to 8 boarders is helping to strengthen ties between the day and boarding communities.
Noake House families, including dogs, were blessed with a beautiful spring morning for this year’s Novelty Walk fundraising event held last Saturday.
Five Year 11 students proved they had the smarts after taking part in an innovative programme run by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at UWA.
Christ Church has once again made it through to the National Finals in just its second year in the Future Problem Solving Programme (FPSP).
National Science Week wrapped up last week with a visit from world-leading seabird ecology expert Dr Janos Hennicke. Dr Hennicke, the School’s Scientist in Residence for a day, was in Perth for a presentation on the plight of Christmas Island seabirds at Horizon - the Planetarium for National Science Week.
A Prep School boy arrives at the School’s Health Centre with two badly grazed knees. When asked by Clinical Nurse Manager Joanna Simpson how he hurt himself, he says he is not sure. She tells him to look at shoes - both laces, untied.
Physical Education Studies students across the State are benefitting from a book written by Christ Church’s Head of Health and Physical Education Darren McPartland.