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 Groups return from Nullagine and Marble Bar SIA Tours In the final weeks of Term 3, two groups of Senior School students went on Service in Action (SIA) tours to remote Aboriginal communities. 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 Building Good Men Leadership Breakfast Yesterday morning Year 10 and 11 students attended the Building Good Men Leadership Breakfast, which provided and opportunity for attendees to engage with highly successful old boys. 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 10 boys prepare to return from Venture This year's Year 10 Venture expedition is proving to be a fantastic success for the boys, who return from their trip tomorrow, following 11 breath-taking days spent in the wilderness of our state’s south. read more Most Reverend Kay Goldsworthy AO visits the School The School was blessed to receive a visit from Archbishop of Perth the Most Reverend Kay Goldsworthy AO last Friday read more Christ Church hosts Student Wellbeing Forum The Wynne Centre for Boys' Health and Wellbeing hosted its third Student Health and Wellbeing Forum over the weekend read more Student Health and Wellbeing Forum The Wynne Centre for Boys' Health and Wellbeing hosted a forum on the topic of Student Health and Wellbeing this past Sunday. read more Year 11s receive life changing advice Former U.S. Navy SEAL and leadership consultant Chandler Comerford was at Christ Church this term sharing key insights with our Year 11 boys. read more Archbishop leads tradition of thanksgiving An occasion with religious significance was recently celebrated at Christ Church - Archbishop’s Day. read more Christ Church families receive tools for resilience Parents of Christ Church joined last week’s online webinar with leading Australian resilience and wellbeing expert, Dr Justin Coulson. 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 Year 10 students inspired by stories of resilience and forgiveness Our Year 10 students welcomed the opportunity to hear from two inspirational, former distance runners - Julius Achon and Eloise Wellings. read more Young men share their reflections on the Year 9 Program Launched in 2018, the School’s year-long program, The Making of Men, has seen over 250 Year 9 boys immersed in life-changing experiences. read more Archbishop of Perth visits Christ Church The School welcomed a special visitor last Friday as part of the inaugural Archbishop's Day at Christ Church. read more Medical students drive wellbeing and mental health at Christ Church Volunteer medical students from the Australian Medical Association’s Dr YES program were on campus this week as part of the School’s Personal and Spiritual Development (PSD) program. 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 Paul Dillon – Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs Renowned guest speaker Paul Dillon made a return to Christ Church this week, speaking to over 190 school community members on the topic of Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs. How much influence do parents really have? read more Building healthy and strong relationships Over 200 Year 9 boys and their fathers gathered in the School Refectory last month for the inaugural Year 9 Father/Son experience, a special opportunity for fathers to discover new ways to build healthy, strong relationships with their boys. read more Making the most of sleep There are a number of things that can interfere with your sleep, including a late/delayed body clock, stress/anxiety, feeling pressured to “do it all” and undervaluing sleep. During high school, around nine hours per night is recommended (but this varies from person to person). A few nights of poor sleep won’t be the end of the world, and there are individual differences in how much sleep we need. read more The Mask You Live In Our Year 10 boys were recently invited to a screening of the U.S documentary The Mask You Live In which follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating society’s narrow definition of masculinity. read more Mental health strategies Founder and CEO of zero2hero, Ashlee Harrison, was at Christ Church recently speaking to our Year 11 boys on how to effectively deal with mental health issues. The visit complements our Personal and Spiritual Development (PSD) program delivered to all boys from Years 7 to 10. 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 Health and wellbeing – a top priority at Christ Church Grammar School Last week yoga mats were in high demand as yoga classes commenced at Christ Church Grammar School. 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 Year 9 PSD students learn about the Stolen Generation The Year 9 and 10 PSD students had an eye-opening lesson today, as they heard from Sheila Humphries, an Indigenous elder who was forcibly removed from her family. 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 Cyber safety expert discusses the ‘public and permanent’ nature of the Internet This week, cyber safety expert Susan McLean visited the boys from Years 3 to 10 to discuss the explosion of cyber technology and issues such as cyber bullying, harassment and ‘sexting.’ read more Year 12 Philosophy Conference Last week, the Year 12 Philosophy and Ethics cohort travelled to Wesley College where they joined senior students from around Western Australia to hear UK lecturer Robert Kirkwood present on the topic, ‘Why should I be moral when it is not in my best interests to be so?’ read more