Game changers and change makers National Science Week takes place each year with over 1000 events held across the country, and this week students at Christ Church have been actively involved in a range of science activities. read more Building Good Men(tors) – Senior School students offer tips for dissertation success Our Year 10 English Extension students have been busy over the past few months, undertaking the flagship challenge of writing a 7500-word dissertation on a topic of their own choice. Recently past English Extension students from 2017 and 2016 visited the School, and offered their support and guidance on approaching this challenge and strategies for success. read more Army Cadets navigate their way at FTX The School’s Army Cadet Unit conducted their Term 3 Field Training Exercise (FTX) at Bindoon training area over the recent weekend with ‘navigation’ being the centre focus. read more New court a slam dunk for regional students Students at Yakanarra Community School were the proud recipients of a newly constructed basketball half court this week, courtesy of the Christ Church community and our Service in Action students. read more Year 4 boys inspect the first ship known to explore Australia’s coast It was all aboard for our Year 4s last week during a visit to Fremantle’s Shipwrecks Museum. read more Year 7 boys take a trip back to Ancient Greece As part of their Humanities course, our Year 7 boys have recently completed their study of Ancient Greece and included was an opportunity to create a display suitable for a museum. read more Wolsey raise over $10,000 for homeless youth Last Friday evening, ten of our Anglicare Ambassadors from Wolsey House participated in the largest school sleep out in Australia, raising over $10,000 for youth homelessness support. read more CCGS vs Trinity in Round 13 of PSA Sport This weekend our runners will be looking to retain the Moyes Trophy in Cross Country and make it back to back titles after winning the 2017 PSA premiership. read more Old boys and Year 12s look to the future A panel of old boys were on campus this week sharing information about their journey since Christ Church with our Year 12s as part of the Old Boys’ Association’s Future Focus series. read more Preparatory School goes red for Redkite A giant wave of red hit the shores of Christ Church last week with boys and teachers in the Preparatory School dressing up in their best red costumes for Redkite. read more Because of her, we can! Each year in July, the School embraces NAIDOC Week celebrations with a range of activities led by our Indigenous students. read more Celebrating 100 days of school Our Pre-Primary boys have had plenty to celebrate lately and one particular milestone to proudly reflect on – their 100 days of school. read more UWA teaching students receive a lesson from Year 6 ‘experts’ Our Year 6s were the ‘experts’ this week, delivering presentations on their latest projects to first and second year pre-service teachers at UWA’s Graduate School of Education. read more Christ Church boys showcase French speaking skills French poetry was alive and well throughout Term 2 as students learning French practised reciting various French poems for the Alliance Française Poem Recitation competition. read more Midnite perform a new musical, overflowing with heart, humour and magic Midnite’s talented performers will come together next month to tell the tale of Big Fish, a new musical that reminds us why we love going to the theatre – for an experience that’s richer, funnier and bigger than life itself. read more BQD offers life changing experiences Each year, the School offers an amazing opportunity for Year 10 boys to be immersed in school environments around the world through Beyond Queenslea Drive. read more Informatics boys soar to the top It has been another successful period for the School’s Informatics Club with students having performed exceptionally well across three recent national computer programming competitions. read more Cadets participate in Senior Leaders Course Eighteen members of Christ Church Grammar School’s Army Cadet Unit attended the Senior Leaders Course (SLC) during the July holidays, undergoing a series of challenges as they seek promotion to the rank of Cadet Sergeant. read more Robotics Club compete in Montreal For the past four years our Senior School Robotics Club has competed strongly in the annual RoboCup and this year has been no exception, with the team recently claiming 5th place in the worldwide competition held in Montreal, Canada. read more ‘Procrastination’ speech wins first prize A five-year drought has been broken thanks to Gabriel Haselhurst’s recent grand final win at the IPSHA Speakers’ Challenge. read more Queenslea – winners of 2018 House Shout The School Chapel came alive this morning with the voices of every single boy as they performed musical hits ranging from alternative to pop rock in the 2018 House Shout competition. read more Year 8 boys deliver stories in Mandarin to Year 1 boys A group of our Year 8  boys were in the Preparatory School this week, sharing stories with Year 1 boys in Mandarin. read more Giles take the win at House Athletics Carnival St John’s Wood playing fields was buzzing last week as 350 boys from our Preparatory School went head to head in the annual Years 3 to 6 House Athletics Carnival. read more Young philanthropists win big for Australian Wildlife Conservancy Year 10 Christ Church Grammar School boys Declan Barrett, Lucas Kailis and Varad Mukhedkar proudly presented a $5000 cheque to Australian Wildlife Conservancy representative Angela Bowman recently as winners of the School’s Young Philanthropist Initiative. read more Christ Church Chess players claim seventh consecutive win It was a close competition between Christ Church and Hale School at the recent Four Schools tournament, resulting in a seventh consecutive victory for the School’s Chess community. read more Knutsford boys cook a seriously good green curry Thai Green Curry was the challenge confronting boarders from Knutsford last Saturday afternoon as a culinary lessons was delivered by the School’s in-house chef, Brett Buurman. read more Future problem solving on the global stage A team of boys from our Preparatory School recently returned from the United States where they competed in the Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI). read more Yahoos perform at opening of Regis Aged Care facility Community residents of Regis Aged Care in Nedlands enjoyed spectacular vocals last week, thanks to the Yahoos Choir who performed at the facilities’ grand opening. read more Year 10 Surf Life Saving Cadets learn vital skills Old boys Julian Ming (‘15), Ollie Stockwell (‘15), Sam Elias (‘16), Sam Collins (‘16) and Campbell Shaw (‘16) returned to Christ Church last Friday, and delivered vital first aid training to our Year 10 Surf Life Saving Cadets. read more Class 6SM lead the way with ethical consumerism Students and staff in our Preparatory School were taken on an educational journey last week as the boys of 6SM shared ways in which to be an ethical consumer. read more