Exciting events filled our schedules, including the Interhouse Athletics Carnival, Achievers’ Club lunches, Explore8 projects, and Year 10 dancing lessons, just to name a few!
The Interhouse Athletics Carnival stands as a favourite among our students, and for good reason! It unites the entire College community, creating an atmosphere of competition and camaraderie at the WA Athletics Stadium.
An impressive 168 girls from Years 8 – 12 came together for the Achievers’ Club lunches, commemorating and applauding their exceptional efforts during Semester 1, 2023.
All Year 7 students were asked what they could do to help achieve the United Nations Sustaniable Development Goal Six: clean water and sanitation for all.
Our Year 12s had an opportunity to celebrate the achievement of making it halfway through their Year 12 journey.
Year 9 Digital Media & Photography students were fortunate to take part in an excursion to Huzzard Studios, one of Australia’s most prominent photographic studios.
Our Years 11 and 12 Outdoor Education students have been on some exciting expeditions at the end of last term and over the holidays.
Elevate Education run programs that equip students with skills to assist them in study, revision, and assessment preparation. Our Year
Rock Ya Socks Off is a much anticipated event of the Music calendar, with student bands performing covers of popular songs.
We had the privilege of hosting students for the Year 5 JIGSSA Swimming Carnival on Tuesday 14 March, with Year 6 students visiting St Hilda’s on Thursday 16 March for their carnival.
The College’s Techno Lounge is a hub where students and staff can go for advice and learning. This week, the space has been busy with recess and lunch ‘Byte’ sessions and classes visiting to extend their learning.
The annual Public Speaking Competition is always a hotly contended contest. Students from Years 5 – 12 competed over two nights. Students delivered prepared speeches, with the finalists delivering impromptu speeches at the end of the night.
An excited group of six students and Home Economics teacher Carolyn Vlahov, recently enjoyed a tour of the Crown Metropol and Towers, viewing their multi-faceted restaurants, bars and venue spaces.