Roughing it for a good cause Boys from Christ Church recently took part in the 2017 Anglicare WA School Sleep Out held at NIB Stadium, joining 70 students from nine other schools across Perth to experience for just one night what many young Western Australians endure every night. read more ENCOMM boys plant for the future Eighteen of our ENCOMM (Environment and Community) students from Year 10 took part in planting trees at Lake Claremont last Sunday morning, planting over 600 native plants as part of the wet lands regeneration activity. read more Boys educated to know, to do, to live with others and to be A group of eight boys and two staff members from St. Paul’s College in Hong Kong have been with us for the past week as part of a strong exchange program which Christ Church has shared with the school for the past six years. read more Queenslea House raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation Australia The parents and boys of Queenslea House set their alarms early on Sunday 18 September, continuing their tradition of scaling the 1096 steps to reach the viewing platform of the Central Park Tower. read more Moyes House support the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation In support of the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, Moyes House recently held a fundraiser involving inter-tute sporting competitions. read more Service before self The Service in Action (SIA) program at Christ Church Grammar School inspires boys to learn about themselves and their world through serving those less fortunate – a process of service learning. read more Noake Olympics On Saturday 3 September Noake House held the first ever ‘Noake Olympics’ to raise money and awareness for their chosen charity Youth Focus, a Western Australian organisation focused on the prevention of youth suicide and depression. read more Romsey quiz night Last term, the Romsey Prefects held a quiz night to raise much needed funds for the Children’s Leukaemia and Cancer Research Foundation. read more Christ Church welcomes Scott Neeson Scott Neeson, Hollywood executive turned philanthropist, was at Christ Church last week, speaking to students about his Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF). read more The Principal’s Food Drive In recognition of Homelessness Week and to raise awareness of those less fortunate, the Senior School recently held The Principal’s Food Drive. read more Sam Elias appointed Regional Cadet Under Officer Sam Elias (Year 12) has been appointed the Regional Cadet Under Officer (RCUO) and is now the most senior cadet in Western Australia. Sam’s appointment is a 12-month appointment and a significant achievement. read more Shark Shields for Christ Church ocean adventurers Christ Church Grammar School has recently taken ownership of four very important aquatic devices – Shark Shields. read more Service in Action at the Looma Remote Community School A group of Year 11 boys have recently returned from a Service in Action experience in the remote Indigenous community Looma, approximately 300km east of Broome, near the Fitzroy River. read more ENCOMM students assist Friends of Lake Claremont Christ Church is committed to building good men and by providing service activities, the School has the opportunity to broaden the boys’ perspective of the world and provide opportunities to make a difference in their community. 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 Prefects push for Anglicare Street Connect At the end of Term 1, Christ Church’s School Prefects and their peers pushed their way towards raising $4000 for the Anglicare Street Connect program. read more Wolsey boys support homeless youth in Perth In early April, the boys of Wolsey House presented over 70 hygiene packs to representatives from the Anglicare Street Connect program. read more Christ Church teams up with Food Rescue This week, Christ Church’s Environment and Community (ENCOMM) Cadets have returned to their task of sorting boxes of unused supermarket produce for distribution to those in need. read more Service in Action Twelve Christ Church boys and 12 St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School students travelled to Cambodia in December, as part of a Service in Action (SIA) trip to work with the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF). read more CCGS young philanthropists The spirit of giving to others - be it with time, talent or treasure - is an important life lesson. read more Marble Bar – an amazing experience for all involved In the final weeks of Term 3, eight Year 11 boys took part in a Service in Action program, which took them to one of Australia’s hottest towns, Marble Bar. read more Christ Church boys connect with the PMH Foundation When the Prefects of Moyes House at Christ Church Grammar School were asked to choose a House Charity, it was hard to look past the PMH Foundation. read more Boys help Perth’s homeless youth during the ‘Prefect Push’ On Sunday 6 September, the School Prefects held the amusing and eventful ‘Prefect Push.’ read more Wolsey House support homeless youth in Perth Last week, the boys of Wolsey House presented a large collection of everyday bathroom and hygiene products to representatives from the Anglican WA Street Connect program. read more Cadets support local services and veterans’ groups The Christ Church Cadet Unit continued its support of local services and veterans’ groups in commemorating Anzac Day over the long weekend. read more Boys experience a pilgrimage to St Christopher’s, Fiji Students and staff from Christ Church and St Hilda’s spent ten days on a pilgrimage to St Christopher’s Home in Fiji during the Term 1 school holidays. read more Lending a hand to Australian Doctors for Africa (ADFA) Australian Doctors for Africa (ADFA) recently sent a 12 cubic metre sea container to Somaliland’s largest public hospital. read more Surf lifesaving cadets help local nippers The 2015 Surf Lifesaving Cadet program began in Term 4 last year with prospective cadets taking part in a swim time trial. read more Moyes snatches victory in House Swimming Moyes House won the Senior School House Swimming Carnival held at HBF Stadium on Tuesday night. read more Humbled by Cambodia’s most vulnerable 10 Christ Church boys and 10 St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School students, as well as seven staff, travelled to Cambodia in December as part of the second Service in Action (SIA) trip. read more