Cross country teams chase gold The 2019 cross country season has been a highly successful one with our senior team currently in 2nd place, achieving outstanding wins in the PSA competition. read more Midnite to bring Brecht parable to life Described as a gangster play, 'The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui' is a witty and savage satire of the rise of Hitler recast by Bertolt Brecht into a small-time Chicago gangster's takeover of the city's green grocer trade. read more Senior students join mission of discovery This week boys in the Senior School have been celebrating Science Week and its theme Destination Moon, which commemorates 50 years since the first landing on the moon. read more Residential Community celebrates rich diversity Last Friday evening saw a wonderful celebration of our Residential Community with boarders joined by their families, friends, staff, exchange students and special guests. read more Australian animals come to life through dance Emus, kangaroos and dingos came to life in our Pre-Primary classrooms this week as the boys learnt Australian animal dances to the sounds of the didgeridoo in celebration of NAIDOC Week. read more Sand art brings goodwill A mandala created on the Chapel Forecourt this week symbolised this years’ NAIDOC theme of ‘Voice, Treaty and Truth.’ read more Noongar lessons in leadership Our Year 6 students had the opportunity to listen to a number of Dreamtime stories to learn important lessons in leadership as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations. read more Indigenous Art Exhibition – Our Voice This week saw the official opening of the Indigenous Art Exhibition - 'Our Voice.' read more ISCA tour promotes global citizenship Christ Church boys from Years 8, 9 and 10 have recently returned following three weeks of exploration in the United Kingdom. read more Term 3 Prep School leaders announced Our Year 6 leaders for Term 3 were recently announced and presented with their official badges. read more ‘The 117-Storey Treehouse’ launched at Christ Church Award winning and popular Australian children’s author, Andy Griffiths was at Christ Church last Friday to launch his highly anticipated new book 'The 117-Storey Treehouse' to an audience of over 1,100 primary school students from across WA. read more Student exchange encourages learning and empathy This week we warmly welcome 15 exchange students from our partner school in Japan, Hotoku Gakuen. read more Cadets step up for leadership training Six of the School's Army Cadets, supported by three Christ Church Cadet instructors, completed a nine day Senior Leadership Course at Irwin Barracks during the holiday break. read more Year 6s generate plenty of spark The Baby Distractor, The Mobile Drink Fountain, The Burglar Detector and The Electric Spaghetti Fork are some of the unique electrical devices recently invented by our Year 6s. read more A chance to get messy with mud An incursion with Educated by Nature provided boys from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2 with the opportunity and freedom to get messy with mud to celebrate International Mud Day. read more Junior boarders visit family farm Years 7 and 8 boarders enjoyed a special weekend away in Williams prior to the term break. read more Musicians enjoy an evening at Ellington Jazz Club The Ellington Jazz Club was the venue for a wonderful celebration of music this week thanks to the Christ Church Music Department. read more Christ Church dominate UNSW ProgComp Christ Church once again dominated ProgComp, the High School Programming Competition, with three of our teams placing in the top 10. read more Year 2s look through a window to the past Year 2 students from Christ Church and St Hilda’s came together this week for a morning of activities from the past. read more Enigma inspires a new game of Chess Identifying and tackling challenging projects is one of the key objectives of our Enigma program for students from Years 7 to 9. read more Unique boardshorts for our Year 6 cohort Each year our Year 6 boys work collectively with the Preparatory School Art Department and Reif Myers from Oz Boardies to create a unique and very special pair of leavers’ boardshorts. read more ‘Younger’ old boys provide a future focus Our Year 12 students were joined by a number of younger old boys recently over a series of Future Focus breakfasts. read more Year 7s harness the winning spirit As part of the Extension Humanities program students from Year 7 had the recent opportunity to visit the University of Western Australia's Classics and Ancient History Department. read more Kings Park fills with House colours The beautiful bushlands of Kings Park filled with colour last Friday as over 600 boys ran cross country for their House. read more Exemplary speeches spark a new buzz Last week, 200 students from Years 5 and 6 took part in the annual Speakers’ Challenge. Each student delivered a speech in class on a range of topics including human psychology, lucid dreams, 'Dad Jokes', little brothers, parents and texting. read more Workplace learning offers a head start for students Thirty of our Year 11 and 12 students have just completed two weeks of workplace learning, gaining invaluable experience across a variety of fields. read more Year 10 students inspired by stories of resilience and forgiveness Our Year 10 students welcomed the opportunity to hear from two inspirational, former distance runners - Julius Achon and Eloise Wellings. read more Exchange students join the Christ Church community The School has welcomed seven exchange students from America and France into our Year 10 student cohort as part of Beyond Queenslea Drive (BQD). read more Young men share their reflections on the Year 9 Program Launched in 2018, the School’s year-long program, The Making of Men, has seen over 250 Year 9 boys immersed in life-changing experiences. read more PMC boys jump for joy! Throughout this term students in our Preparatory School Peter Moyes Centre (PMC) have been taking part in weekly trampoline sessions at Lords Recreation Centre. read more