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 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 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 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 Year 9 students meet acclaimed author via Skype The author of 'The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex' was a virtual guest at Christ Church this week, thanks to Skype. read more Hits announced for 2018 House Shout Later this month each of our Senior School Houses will battle it out on stage in the 2018 House Shout. read more Moyes boys set new fundraising record for R U OK? Community Ambassador Claire Orange took pleasure in receiving a record-breaking donation on behalf of R U OK? last week, thanks to the generous support of boys from Moyes House. read more Multilingual students put their language skills to the test Our annual Languages Quiz was held last week with students from Methodist Ladies’ College joining the festivities for six rounds of language trivia in the School Refectory. read more Christ Church staff raise funds for cancer research Plenty of sweet and savoury items were enjoyed this week by staff in the Preparatory and Senior School as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea took place to support a worthy cause. read more PMC boys deliver packs for distribution to Perth’s homeless Six of our senior PMC boys delivered an overwhelming 522 food packs to St George’s Cathedral this week as part of the Principal’s Food Drive. read more Christ Church welcomes Perth Glory goalkeeper Acclaimed goalkeeper Liam Reddy has joined the School’s list of talented coaching staff. read more JP Investments – a winning pick Year 11 Christ Church student James Pike has good reason to celebrate after participating in the ASX’s Sharemarket Game and claiming second in the state. read more CCGS vs Hale in Indigenous Round of football The PSA Indigenous Round of football takes place each year alongside the AFL’s Indigenous Round, celebrating and recognising Indigenous heritage across the country. read more Christ Church and St Hilda’s staff meet families in the south west Staff from Christ Church Grammar School and St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls were in Albany and Kojonup last week promoting the wonderful boarding opportunities available at both schools. read more St George’s Cathedral welcomes young musicians Eight of our young and talented musicians had the privilege of performing inside St George’s Cathedral yesterday as part of the cathedral’s popular, Concerts at One series. read more Principal’s Food Drive launched The 2018 Principal’s Food Drive supports Perth’s homeless and was officially launched last week with each of our eight Houses now collecting their allocated food items. read more Christ Church linguists claim top honours at OzClo Olympiad A total of nine teams from Christ Church participated in the recent OzCLO competition held state wide with one of our teams progressing to the National Round and earning the honour of top team in WA and third place nationally. read more Strength-based parenting – enhancing self-esteem and energy Families play a critical role in promoting wellbeing and consistently providing a myriad of learning experiences in relation to managing and embracing emotions, leaning into the obstacles that life presents, pursuance of positive relationships and contributing positively to the world around them in a meaningful and purposeful manner. read more Term 2 Captains of Sport announced Our Term 2 Captains of Sport were announced today ahead of the 2018 PSA winter season. read more Walters Residential Community welcomes the gryphon National Boarding Week is coming up and as part of the week’s activities our Walters Residential Community will celebrate the visibility of a familiar mascot. read more The wild adventures of Masquerade A wondrous production awaits with Masquerade taking centre stage at the School’s Drama Centre for four nights from next Wednesday. read more Christ Church Firsts Tennis player off to France Year 7 student and Firsts Tennis player Zachary Viiala is off to France later this month to represent Australia in the Longines Future Tennis Aces Tournament where he will face off against other elite players from across the globe. read more Sporting achievements across the April holidays Whilst these April school holidays provided students a great time to relax, our sailors and hockey players were busy competing in their respective sporting codes. 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 da Vinci Decathlon 2018 The da Vinci Decathlon was held prior to the Term 1 holidays and involved over 20 schools from across the state and four days of tight competition at Wesley College. read more Old boy saved thanks to surf life saving cadets In 2002 Nick O’Halloran (’04) signed up to be a surf lifesaving cadet, joining the first ever group of students at Christ Church to enter the course under the direction of Teacher in Charge, Shane McGurk. Little did he know that 16 years later he would be applying those course skills to save the life of a fellow old boy. read more Year 12s receive theatrical insights Perth theatre director, actor and writer Stuart Halusz was at Christ Church recently as part of a talk to Year 12 ATAR students on representations of homosexuality and politics within the world of theatre. read more