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Angelico Art Award winners in Primary

Congratulations to two of our Primary students, Oscar Buck in Year 4 and Harry Priest from Year 2, who have both won awards in this year’s Catholic Arts Angelico Exhibition. This annual exhibition showcases artwork from Catholic schools across WA. The Primary Exhibition has been on display for the last two weeks, to be followed by the Secondary Exhibition from 18-30 August, in Forrest Centre, Perth.

SWPSA 2019 Cross Country @Bunbury

On Thursday 1 August, 48 students from Year 3 to Year 6 travelled to Bunbury Cathedral Grammar school to complete in the SWPSA Cross Country. The College team competed against eleven other Primary schools around the region, including Great Southern Grammar from Albany and St Brigid’s in Collie.

Timor Trip 2019 Diary

The Timor trip was full of excitement and wonder, from the time we stepped off the plane in Darwin until we touched down back home.

On Friday, after staying overnight in Darwin and then flying to Dili, we had time to visit the museum there and visit the Cristo Rei statue before we were off to Bacau.

Melbourne Music Tour

During the second week of the July holidays, 36 music students from the College embarked on a 7-day tour of Melbourne and surrounds with staff members Miss Jackson, Mr Bradley, Mr Taylor and Ms Jones.

They began their flight from Perth with a 5am check-in, and after arriving in Melbourne they met with their coach driver and were soon settled into their accommodation.

On country for NAIDOC Week

To celebrate NAIDOC week this year, A group of students from the College headed out ‘on country’ at the end of Term Two with local business owner Josh Whiteland from Koomal Dreaming and Cape Cultural Tours.

Accompanied by Mr Cummins and Aboriginal Liaison officer Miss Weston, the Middle School students, many of whom have Aboriginal heritage, took a guided walk around the tip of Cape Naturaliste to learn about the local flora and fauna.

A fresh approach to school lunches

Preparing quality, tasty lunches in bulk can also be healthy and nutritious, and it’s not expensive. That’s according to Glenn Jones, the College’s new Catering Manager. It’s not about fancy culinary skills, either, he says. “It’s about planning, knowing your ingredients, and then finding ways to put it all together and make it work within the time and budget you have.

P&F Quiz Night thank you

It was a fabulous evening for over 200 people last Saturday at the P&F Quiz Night. Plenty of prizes, games, music and entertainment kept everyone warm and energized throughout the night.

Thank you to all the businesses who donated prizes and helped to make the night such a success:

ACC Hockey girls meet the challenge

On Thursday 20 June fourteen girls from Year 7-12 travelled to Bunbury to compete in the annual Bunbury & Districts ACC Hockey Challenge.

Although it was a freezing cold day, the girls all managed to stay dry, playing some fantastic hockey as always with a new and young team this year.

Timor Raffle results and farewell

The 2019 Timor team left for Darwin on Thursday, before flying on to East Timor to begin what has been described by most participants as a ‘life-changing experience’ immersed in cultural exchange and service in the mountains around Baguia.

Accompanied by Miss Jackson, Mrs Venecourt and Mr Fabre, nine of our Year 12 students will spend several days sharing experiences with the schools and communities who have benefited from more than 15 years of fundraising and fellowship by our students and their families, with the generous support of the College and parish communities across the Capes region.

Netball: South West High School Cup

On Monday 24 June was the annual South West High School Cup Netball Carnival. The College took five Girls teams and Senior Boys team to Bunbury to play against schools across the South West.

After some very wet carnivals in previous years, the coaches said it was fantastic to enjoy favourable weather conditions for a change.