Starting at Christ Church
The Australian academic year, consisting of four terms (two semesters), commences in early February and concludes in early December. While most boys will commence at the beginning of the year, a few may join the School in Terms 2, 3 or 4. To view our 2021 term dates, click here.
Day 1, Term 1
Boys should wear summer uniform; first bell at 8.25am with lessons starting at 8.30am. Books and resources will be given by the classroom teacher.
Week 1: 8.25am to 12.30pm (transition period)
Week 2 onwards: 8.25am to 2.30pm
Week 1 onwards: 8.25am to 2.45pm
Boys should wear summer uniform; meet for first Assembly at 8.25am in the Chapel, followed by House meetings. Lessons start at 11.00am. Most text books are online, however, any physical textbooks and tablet devices should be collected before the start of term.
Fittings for all new students need to be scheduled with the Uniform Shop.
The Uniform Shop is located on our Claremont campus – see Uniform Shop for specific information and opening times.
The School does not have a preferred supplier, however, if you leave your list at Officeworks, they will pack your order for you ready for collection. The only items that need to be purchased from the School are the calculator and the Christ Church pencil case. The calculator can be purchased in January from the Bookroom and the pencil case can be bought from the Uniform Shop.
My Student Account (MSA)
Parents of all new students will need to establish a cash free card account:
- In the Senior School this is necessary for purchases at the Canteen and Bookroom and is also integrated with the library and Transperth SmartRider cards
- For Preparatory School boys, parents will need to establish an MSA account if they wish to purchase lunch orders from the Canteen
- The information on how to do this can be found here.
Drop-off and pick-up zone
As there is extremely limited campus parking, all parents and carers apart from those with Pre-Primary boys, must use the drop-off and pick-up zone – see Claremont campus map.
Christ Church Grammar School is well serviced by buses and the nearby Claremont train station. To meet the needs of students not on these routes, the School provides bus services to and from certain areas. For bus service details, please visit our Travel page. Walking and biking is also strongly encouraged – for information on cycle paths go to cycle map Fremantle to Perth.
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Other general information
Early Learning Community (ELC)