Artist James Giddy transforms campus with wellbeing mural Renowned WA artist James Giddy has been on campus painting a striking mural in a bustling area of our Senior School over the past week. read more Mental Health Week activities cultivate mindfulness among students and staff During the first week of Term 4, the Senior School recognised Mental Health Week with a variety of wellbeing activities. read more Students check in for R U OK? Day Last Thursday, the Student Wellbeing Commitee and the Wynne Centre for Health and Wellbeing facilitated a number of initiatives to recognise R U OK? Day. read more Christ Church community – Baptism and Confirmation Last night we held a service of baptism, confirmation, admission to holy communion and reception into communicant fellowship with 24 members of the Christ Church community taking part in the ceremony. read more Year 7 Mother and Son Event The annual Christ Church Grammar School ‘Mother and Son’ event was held on Saturday 31 October. read more Hygiene a top priority for Term 2 It was a very clean start to the term, with boys and staff embracing new hygiene standards. read more Romsey raise more than $10,000 for cancer research This year the House Prefects and Year 11 boys from Romsey House organised a family bowling event at the Claremont Bowling Club which raised a record $10,307.23 for the Children’s Leukemia and Cancer Research Foundation (CLCRF). read more Celebrating the special bond between mother and son The relationship between mother and son is a very special one, and this term our Year 12 boys and their mothers/significant females attended a very special occasion. read more Senior boys battle for the Beatty Cup The Senior School House competition in which students compete for the Beatty Cup has come to a very exciting conclusion with Romsey House taking the win. read more Captains of Activities announced Our 2019 Captains of Activities were recently announced: read more New bus services get the thumbs up There has been plenty of positive feedback from students and parents following the launch of three new bus services - Floreat Express, Subiaco/Shenton Park/Nedlands Express and Karrinyup. read more Noake boys get fit through community service Each year, the boys of Noake House and their families come together to compete in a series of challenges that test strength and endurance, known as the Noake Games. 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 New leaders announced and inducted Thirteen new School and House Prefects were announced and inducted at our Senior School Assembly last week, joining our existing student leadership team. read more Christ Church farewells the Class of 2016 The Christ Church community honoured the Class of 2016 at their final assembly of the year on Tuesday. read more The Hon Wayne Martin AC reflects on what makes a good man The Hon Wayne Martin AC, Chief Justice of Western Australia, spoke to the Senior School staff and students on Thursday morning. read more Year 10 Mothers/Friends and Sons reminded, “success is a choice” The rain cleared for 280 Year 10 boys, mothers and mentors as they gathered in the Refectory bright and early on Thursday morning. read more Year 12 Father/Friend and Son breakfast ‘Find and follow your passions,’ this was the message delivered to the Year 12 students at the Father and Son breakfast at the end of Term 2. read more Career advice from Christ Church old boys One hundred and thirty boys discussed their career aspirations with ‘young’ old boys at the fourth annual Year 12 Career Breakfasts held in the Old Boys’ Gallery last week. read more Jonathan Doyle encourages our boys to be good men Jonathan Doyle, author of Bridging the Gap: 8 Ideas to Improve Your Life, spoke with the Year 10 to 12 students this week, challenging them to think about what it means to be good men. read more Ashlee Harrison addresses mental health with Year 11 and 12 students Ashlee Harrison was at Christ Church this week, educating and empowering students to effectively deal with mental health issues. read more Time and Space for Mothers and Sons There was a wonderful turnout at the Mothers and Sons ‘Time and Space’ event on Wednesday, as over 200 people gathered to discuss times of transition in our boys’ lives. read more The Centre for Ethics brings Varun Ghosh and Reverend Dr Robin Meyers to CCGS Last week, the Centre for Ethics brought two very interesting speakers to the School. read more A night out for Year 12 students and parents The annual Year 12 Principal’s Dinner was held on Wednesday 4 May in Sandover Hall, while parents attended the Year 12 Parents’ Association Sundowner in the Old Boys’ Gallery. read more Service in clear view Medical Coordinator of Global Hand Charity, Mrs Reggie Lau recently took sunglasses and spectacles donated by Christ Church parents to community centres and remote schools to carry out the eye care program run by Global Hands. read more Boys experiencing our globalised world on tour The world was opened up to many Christ Church boys as several tours took place during the term break. read more Year 8 Father, Friend and Son Breakfast On Tuesday 5 April, more than 300 guests gathered in the School Refectory for the Year 8 Father, Friend and Son Breakfast. read more Paul Dillon provides salient advice for our boys ‘If someone has taken an illegal drug and they are feeling unwell, don’t wait call 000.’ read more Starting at a new school Changing schools can be an exciting yet challenging time for students and their families. read more Boarding orientation On Friday 20 November, our residential staff and students hosted Year 6 boys joining Knutsford House as boarders in 2016. read more