Year 10 students float their business ideas in the Shark Tank This week some of our Year 10 students had the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of industry leaders in a Shark Tank project read more Year 10 Humanities students and foreign political systems Year 10 Humanities students were treated this week to a guest presentation from our very own Chinese teachers - Ms Baolin Zhou and Ms Yang Zhang read more Christ Church boys excel during Model UN Nine Year 11 boys participated in the 2022 PSA Model United Nations Debate on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, debating mock Security Council resolutions from the position of an assigned country. read more Jeremiah Wang named Young Geographer of the Year Jeremiah Wang (Year 10) was recently named the Geography Association of Western Australia's (GAWA) 2022 Young Geographer of the Year for his poster on Lake Monger and its environmental management. read more Year 7s explore Ancient Greece Our Year 7 Humanities students have discovered what life was like for some of the world's greatest civilisations. read more Magellan Investor competition win Finn Retallack has five-thousand reasons to celebrate... read more Year 12 geography students embark on virtual field trip Year 12 Geography students from Christ Church and Methodist Ladies’ College recently took part in a unique virtual fieldwork experience as part of their course on environmental change. read more Year 12 students explore the ‘Philosophy of Science’ UWA lecturer in Philosophy, Dr Remco Heesen visited the School recently to speak with our Year 12 Philosophy and Ethics class on the 'Philosophy of Science.' read more Perth surgeon speaks with Year 9 Humanities students Year 9 Humanities students this week learnt about the landscapes, landforms, tourism and conservation of Antarctica. 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 Year 11s learn about the forces that have shaped today’s world UWA lecturer and American History specialist Dr Ethan Blue was a guest at Christ Church this week, speaking to our Year 11 Modern History classes on a range of topics from the 19th and 20th Century. read more Christ Church student to join Premier’s Anzac Student Tour Year 11 student Tom McGrath has been selected from hundreds of applicants to represent Western Australia as an ANZAC student ambassador. 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 Singapore Immersion Tour 2018 Thirteen boys from our Year 9 Humanities course enjoyed the tropical surrounds of Singapore during the school holidays. read more Supreme Court experience Our Year 8s visited Perth’s law courts this week as part of their study of Law in Humanities and The Francis Burt Law Education Program, entailing a full court hearing and participation in various legal education activities. read more Christ Church boys meet Mark McGowan Throughout this week, our Year 9 boys across different class groups have been participating in an excursion to the West Australian Parliament, Electoral Education Centre and the Constitutional Centre of WA as part of their Civics and Citizenship course. read more Harry Nye plays the ASX sharemarket game and wins Each year, Christ Church Grammar School enters a number of classes into the ASX’s Sharemarket Game as part of the Economics and Finance areas of Humanities, enabling boys to develop their knowledge of the sharemarket. read more Over three tonnes of rescued food feeding Perth’s disadvantaged Our Year 10 ENCOMM (Environment and Community Service) boys and other student volunteers were recently presented with certificates of appreciation by Food Rescue UnitingCare West. read more Critical thinking put to the test Over the past few weeks students from Christ Church and Penrhos College have been working in collaboration to explore the topics of Poverty and Inequality as part of Global Perspectives. This includes recent presentations of their work in the School’s ICT Centre. read more World Scholar’s Cup 2017 Five of our Christ Church boys have made it through to the next global round of the World Scholar’s Cup, having competed in this year’s event. read more A taste of the colonial court system Boys studying Humanities in Year 8 paid a special visit to Perth’s law courts last week to experience a full court hearing process and participate in legal education activities. read more Exploring the world of biomes at Perth Zoo Year 9 boys visit Perth Zoo on Wednesday 15 February to explore the world of biomes. The boys spent time learning about and observing animals and vegetation across three different biomes which they recently have been studying; Australian hot desert, Asian rainforest and the African savannah. read more First place for Christ Church Philosophy students Jason Lu (Year 8) Joseph Bonadeo (Year 9) Lachlan Zhou (Year 10) and Alexander Lindsay (Year 11) proudly represented Christ Church in the annual Philosothon tournament, held at Perth College last Wednesday. read more Students represent CCGS at the CCIWA’s Student Economic Forum Year 12 students Ben Anderson, Devin He, Nicholas Pizzino and James Sier represented Christ Church at The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA’s Student Economic Forum last Friday. read more World Scholar’s Cup global round in Bangkok A group of Christ Church boys had an experience of a lifetime at the World Scholar’s Cup in Bangkok over the holidays. read more Year 8 students succeed at the World Scholar’s Cup The Year 8 Humanities Extension students enjoyed success at the World Scholar’s Cup last weekend. read more Year 9 Biomes excursion to the Perth Zoo The Year 9 Geography students moved their classroom to the Perth Zoo on Wednesday, where they consolidated their learning about Biomes. read more Year 7 students explore the ‘History of the World in 100 Objects’ exhibition In Week 4, the Year 7 students were transported back in time when they viewed the ‘History of the World in 100 Objects’ exhibition at Perth Museum. read more Hugh Edwards inspires budding explorers With more than 60 years of diving adventures, Hugh Edwards had the Christ Church Marine Studies students captivated on Thursday, as he shared tales of shipwrecks, treasure hunting and swimming with giant squid and sharks. read more 2016 Federal Budget Breakfast Following the release of Australia’s Federal Budget last week, eight Year 12 students were invited to attend the annual Federal Budget Breakfast. read more