Preparatory School celebrates Gifted Awareness Week This week, the Preparatory School has been abuzz with excitement as we celebrate Gifted Awareness Week. read more Prep School boys enjoy first IPSHA Academic Challenge Recently, the first IPSHA Academic Challenge was held a St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School in collaboration with Methodist Ladies College. read more Students impress in public speaking competition Twenty students delivered impressive speeches in the Chapel on Tuesday morning as our Years 5 and 6 students participated in the Speakers’ Challenge Competition. read more WA Member of Parliament speaks to Year 6 students On Tuesday, the Hon. Ayor Makur Chuot shared her amazing story with our Year 6 boys read more Year 6 boys enjoy Alternative Canberra Experience This term our Year 6 students have been immersing themselves in all things Australian politics as part of their Alternative Canberra Experience read more Hon. Carmen Lawrence speaks to Year 6 boys On Monday last week our Year 6 boys were honoured to meet and hear from former WA Premier Hon Dr Carmen Lawrence. read more Year 4s uncover de Vlamingh’s historical journey This week our Year 4s welcomed an opportunity to visit Fremantle’s Shipwrecks Museum and explore a replica of the Duyfken, the first European ship ever known to map and record Australia’s coastal plains. 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 A step back in time for Year 1 boys This week our Year 1 boys paid a visit to Peninsula Farm, one of the first farms in the Swan River Colony. read more Dreamtime stories on the banks of Freshwater Bay It was a special start to the week for our Pre-Primary boys who welcomed Aboriginal Elder Leonard Thorne to share dreamtime stories at the School’s River Precinct. read more Prep School celebrates Access Asia Week Our Prep School boys have been enjoying a wonderful array of cultural activities this week in celebration of Access Asia Week. read more Year 4 boys attend council meeting at Town of Claremont As part of their Civics and Citizenship program, our Year 4 boys have been learning about local government and the facilities and services provided by the Town of Claremont. read more Preparatory boys give global citizenship a good run Over 480 boys in our Preparatory School gave their legs a good workout during this week’s Lapathon for the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF). read more ‘Out of Africa’ with Valanga Khoza Our Year 6 boys were completely intrigued during a recent visit by storyteller and musician, Valanga Khoza. 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 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 Visit to Mundaring Weir gets Year 5 boys fully pumped An excursion to the Mundaring Weir this week saw our Year 5s explore one of Australia’s most significant industrial heritage sites. read more Year 6 boys get a real taste for politics Senator Dean Smith, Liberal Senator for Western Australia, visited Christ Church this week to speak with our Year 6 boys on all things politics. read more Working together to deliver a positive change Boys from our Prep School were busy running laps last week as part of fundraising efforts for the Cambodian Children’s Fund, helping improve the lives of families in Cambodia. read more Sausage sizzle for Youth Focus In support of the Youth Focus charity, boys from the Preparatory School purchased a sausage and drink for lunch on Tuesday. To ensure the BBQs ran smoothly, Principal Alan Jones was in the kitchen taking charge of the sizzle as orders rolled in. read more Year 6 boys inspired by family history Who were your family members who migrated to Australia and why did they come? read more ‘Water and the world’ brings Sally global success Christ Church Grammar School Year 5 teacher Sally Mackinnon has been recognised for her outstanding work in educating boys. read more Year 3 boys pay their respects to the Wadjuk Nyoongar people This term, the Year 3 boys are learning about Aboriginal Culture as part of their Humanities and Social Sciences program. read more Masterchef students honour old boy Matthew Carulli On Monday 23 May, the Pre-Primary and Year 1 Masterchef class cooked a ‘miniature pizza’ recipe from ‘Matt’s Favourite Recipes,’ a cookbook written by Matthew Carulli, a former Christ Church student. read more An adventure to Penguin Island The Year 4 boys visited Penguin Island on Wednesday, where the islands flora and fauna inspired their scientific minds. read more Culture, heritage and democracy on the Year 6 Canberra Tour In the final week of Term 1, the Year 6 boys spent a week immersed in Australia’s democratic processes, government and law. read more Year 4 boys discover the Perth Zoo after dark Throughout Term 1, the Year 4 boys had the unique opportunity to discover Perth Zoo after dark. read more The Anzac spirit grows in our Year 3 boys As part of our Humanities and Social Science program, Year 3 boys have been learning about the importance of symbols and emblems. read more 4JL explore the settlement of Australia During the Preparatory School Assembly this morning, Year 4JL boys provided a snapshot of their learning, performing a musical adaption of Oliver Twist. read more Year 1 boys take a step back in time On Thursday 30 April, the Year 1 boys were transported back in time to 1839, when they were introduced to the Hardey Family home, Tranby House on the Peninsular Farm. read more