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TKC Welcomes Ps Michael Battersby to Staff

It is with great pride and excitement that we welcome Ps Michael Battersby to The King’s College teaching staff as our newly appointed Director of music. Known throughout WA for his creative talents and musical accomplishments, Michael is also an exemplary educator,...

Principal’s Pen

Raising kind and caring children is a strong focus of The King’s College. As Principal, I have lost count of the number of times I have spoken to students, teachers and parents about my desire to train up kind and compassionate students at our school. For me...

Commemorative Assembly

We are kicking off our 30th anniversary celebrations with a whole school assembly. We will be looking back at the past 30 years and also looking forward into all that is to come in 2016 and beyond. Plus what would a birthday be without cake?! Join us after the...

Story Time

The Year 11 and 12 Drama students were asked to bring books to life as part of the schools lead up to book week next term. They were to select well known stories for the Year 1-2s and the 3-4s as part of the Story Time program that Mrs Thomas runs with students in the...

Learning In The Trenches

Week seven was an enjoyable afternoon for the Year 1-4 students. Year 9 students took part in a simulation of a World War One trench warfare battle. Every student had their own Nerf gun with plenty of ammo and teams took turns to attack the opposing trench line in...

Private Tuition Students Concert

There will be a performance for private tuition students on Thursday the 17th of September. The performance will run from 9am to 10am sharp. The performances consist mostly of piano students and parents are welcome to attend.

Choir

The King’s College is proud to announce that Mrs Greive will be running the choir. Mrs Greive is a great worship team member in a local church. Choir is on Fridays after school from 3:30 to 4:30. Students from Year 2 upwards are welcome to join in the singing fun.

Hello From Indo

Our Year 1 and Year 8 classes did a fantastic job making Indonesian bookmarks this term which were taken over to a remote part of Indonesia in Tarakan, Kalimantan. The students and children from the orphanage were overwhelmed and so blessed by the students from The...

iScience for Year 10s

Congratulations to Jazmin Laksana and Jessica Bahdi who successfully completed the IScience Project. The Program is open to Year 10 students and involves spending six days off campus visiting a range of Science related Industries, meeting current employees and...

HASS Programs

In Term 3, the Year 10s started the Economics component in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) program. Students are learning about the different economic systems via a ‘bead game’. Through this game, students are able to differentiate the characteristics of...

Basketball

The King’s College would like to congratulate all the students who recently participated in the WACSA Basketball competition. You represented the school well, we are proud of you!

Seeds and Plants In Kinder-garden

Kindy students loved learning about gardens and how plants grow. We learnt about it by exploring, playing and real life experiences. Check out our grass heads! The Kindy class also loved showing off their name writing skills, and wearing their PJ’s to school! It’s...

Year 9 Try a Trade

The Year 9s had a great time at Try-A-Trade. You represented the College well Year 9s. We are proud of you...

Year 7 Laptop Success

The Year 7s have had great success with the laptop rollout program. If you have a child in year 7, have a look at how your student uses google classrooms.

Well Done to Our Netball Students

The WACSSA Girls’ Netball Competition was held at the Ryan Owen Sports Centre Lesmurdie on the 26th of June 2015. It was a beautiful day full of sunshine and cool breezes to keep the girls refreshed and strong for the days competition. The King’s College sent four...

Mr Guppy Says Hello

The Pre Primary class loved having Mr Guppy pop in for a visit this week.

Talent Show

The entire school had a great time on Wednesday at The King’s College Talent Show. There was a range of talents displayed including singing, dancing, beat boxing, piano and violin playing....

Year 3 & 4 Incursion

On Friday the 5th of June the Year 3s and 4s were privileged to have Fire-fighters from Hope Valley Fire station come to visit. They were presented with fun facts about what fire fighters do, as well as some fire safety advice. The students were able to have a tour...

Volleyball Fun

The year 7s had a great time playing with the new portable volleyball nets.

Year 9 Adventure

On Friday 12th June the Year 9 Careers class went to Alcoa Aluminium Company to explore different career paths in the Mining Industry. While there, they were able to see 190 tonne capacity haul trucks dump Bauxite Ore into the ‘crusher’ before it travels along a 31km...

Starry Starry Night

Photos from the College Ball will be available to order soon. Congratulations to Samantha Maliwat and Daren Rayner for winning Belle and Beau of the...

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