Amazing singing opportunity for Nicholas Year 9 Christ Church student Nicholas Cradock has recently celebrated a birthday he won’t be forgetting anytime soon after landing the opportunity to sing live in front of Tina Fey and Daniel Radcliffe. read more The impact of the digital age on your son At Christ Church Grammar School, we encourage a healthy and balanced approach to technology use. Part of our role as educators... read more Writing my own Christ Church story Ever since he can remember, Josh Coales (‘19) has had his heart set on following in his father's footsteps and those of his grandfather to become a Christ Church boy. read more Old Boys’ Association provides meals to its elderly alumni Twenty-nine of Christ Church Grammar School’s most elderly alumni received a month’s worth of frozen meals as part of the Old Boys’ Association (OBA) food delivery program. read more Christ Church turns 110 Every year the School celebrates its birthday. This year is special with the School turning 110... read more Old boys triumphant in Water Polo challenge Experience proved to be a key ingredient last weekend as Christ Church old boys took on our Firsts Water Polo side in a friendly match at the School’s Aquatic Precinct. read more New boys and families receive a warm Christ Church welcome Christ Church was full of excitement last Friday with the welcoming of our 2020 students and parents at Orientation Day. read more Musicians deliver ‘rock’ solid performances Over 80 band members from the School's Rock Workshop impressed audiences on Sunday as they took to the Chapel forecourt to perform original and cover 'Rock' favourites in this year's Rock Workshop Extravaganza. read more Former student wins Carrera Cup championship West Australian racing star Jordan Love is headed for Germany and Finland following an impressive championship win at the Porsche PAYCE Carrera Cup. read more Sounds of Soli ’19 Saturday evening’s Soli '19 concert was a celebration of fine musical talent. read more Australian animals come to life through dance Emus, kangaroos and dingos came to life in our Pre-Primary classrooms this week as the boys learnt Australian animal dances to the sounds of the didgeridoo in celebration of NAIDOC Week. read more Sand art brings goodwill A mandala created on the Chapel Forecourt this week symbolised this years’ NAIDOC theme of ‘Voice, Treaty and Truth.’ read more Noongar lessons in leadership Our Year 6 students had the opportunity to listen to a number of Dreamtime stories to learn important lessons in leadership as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations. read more Indigenous Art Exhibition – Our Voice This week saw the official opening of the Indigenous Art Exhibition - 'Our Voice.' read more Musicians enjoy an evening at Ellington Jazz Club The Ellington Jazz Club was the venue for a wonderful celebration of music this week thanks to the Christ Church Music Department. read more ‘Younger’ old boys provide a future focus Our Year 12 students were joined by a number of younger old boys recently over a series of Future Focus breakfasts. read more Christ Church raises the bar on sustainability Environmental sustainability is high on the agenda at Christ Church. The School has commenced its journey to becoming a campus focused on eliminating plastic. read more Skill and musicianship at St George’s Cathedral – Concerts at One St George’s Cathedral welcomed nine of Christ Church’s finest young musicians this week as part of their annual 'Concerts at One' performance series. read more Prep boys flashback to the 1940s Boys from Pre-Primary to Year 2 were taken back in time courtesy of old boys who attended Christ Church in the 1940s. read more Australian legend shares writing tips at Christ Church Australian rock musician, author and screenwriter Dave Warner was at Christ Church recently, sharing insights with our Year 12 English students on his music and writing techniques. read more Young musicians bring flare to the fore Over 200 members of our community enjoyed fine performances by the School’s student bands, ensembles and soloists at Friday’s 'Music to the Fore' concert. read more Tips on developing a growth mindset When it comes to resilience and wellbeing, hope is a critically important predictor of how our children are going. read more Christ Church celebrates 109th birthday More than 1650 boys and members of the school community congregated in the blue gym this morning to celebrate Christ Church Grammar School’s 109th birthday. read more Rock musicians draw a crowd at Mojos Over 250 guests enjoyed performances at Mojos Bar last weekend as the School’s Rock Workshop students brought the venue alive with an eclectic range of music, ranging from Guns ‘n’ Roses to Elvis Presley. read more Year 12 musicians light up the stage at Soli ‘18 Soli ‘18 was a great event on Saturday evening as 11 of our Year 12 musicians took to Hadley Hall, delivering solo performances ranging from symphonic realms through to blues and rock ‘n’ roll. read more Year 11s inspired by ‘high’ achiever On the morning of 20 May 2011, Matthew Gabriele (’97) became the first ever old boy to summit Mr Everest at 8,848m altitude. Matthew recently returned to Christ Church imparting valuable advice and inspiring our Year 11 class with his remarkable adventure story. read more Old boys and Year 12s look to the future A panel of old boys were on campus this week sharing information about their journey since Christ Church with our Year 12s as part of the Old Boys’ Association’s Future Focus series. read more Alan Jones meets our ‘most senior’ old boy It’s been 80 years since Frank Mullins attended Christ Church Grammar School as a young boarder. Last week, Principal Alan Jones caught up with Frank to reminisce about times gone by. 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 Stories of a Christ Church boarder Boys in Years 1 and 2 were taken back in time at the end of Term 1 as old boy Berkeley Allen (’53) shared with them personal stories as a former boarder from Kalgoorlie over 75 years ago. read more