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iMen Project

Congratulations to AJ Nell, Balin Probert-Grieve and Adam Thornhill who have successfully completed the 2015 iMen Project. The program is open to Year 10 students, and involves spending six days off campus visiting a range of working environments; meeting current...

Pre Primary Fun

The Pre Primary students are enjoying thier lunchtime play session hiding and rolling around in the leaves. Can you guess who is hidding under all those leaves?...

The Adventures of BB Bear

As you can see by the pictures, BB Bear is still an integral part of our Pre Primary class. BB Bear has had so many exciting visits to student’s homes. He has been on a boat; he has been a pirate, he has attended lots of parties and has played at the park! His latest...

ANZAC Baking in Year 1

The Year 1 class had a great time making shortbread cookies with red icing as poppies for Anzac Day. We loved learning all about what ANZAC Day is really about and we are proud to live in Australia!

Careers Expo

Last week the Year 9s attended The Careers Expo at The Perth Convention Centre. They had the chance to walk around and ask questions to over 50 stall holders showcasing a wide range of career and educational opportunities. There were some excited conversations between...

High School Goes to Kindy!

The Kindy class was very excited when the high school students came to visit. We had lots of fun playing at lunch time and saying hello to the older kids in the school!

Atlantis

Is Atlantis a myth or reality? Did elephants really live on the island? How could it be destroyed in just one day? Students in Year 11 ATAR Ancient History had to embark on a research project to find out the theories and ‘truth’ behind this mysterious island. The...

Interschool Swimming Carnival

Congratulations to all The King’s College students who were chosen to represent The King’s College in our first ever interschool swimming carnival! We are very proud of you all!

Swimming Carnival

Our recent swimming carnival was a huge success. Well done to all competitors for a having a go and to the students for supporting their house and helping to make a great day. A huge thanks to Mr Davies who put in many hours to make it all happen. Below are just a few...

Emergency Services Cadets

I am very pleased to announce that the College has 46 students who are active members of the Emergency Services Cadet Corp in 2015. The training schedule for this year will focus on the following –  Map Reading  Team Building  Basic First Aid  Drill  Camping...

Vikings, Raids and Voyages

For nearly 300 years, from the end of the eighth century AD until around 1100, the Vikings set out from Scandinavia on raids and voyages of discovery and colonization across the northern world. With that in mind, several students in the Year 8 History class embarked...

IProject

A big congratulations to AJ Nell, Balin Probert-Grieve and Adam Thornhill who have been selected for this year’s Imen Project. Sehaj Johal, Ebony Pavlov and Kasha Rawiri have also been successful in becoming this year’s Iwomen. The Iproject provides students with an...

So Much to Learn in Kindy

Welcome Pre-Kindy students to our class, we love the opportunity to make new friends and we hope you settle in quickly. From the beginning of this term Kindy have been learning that God made each of us the same in some ways and different in others. We have also been...

Principals Pen – Looking Ahead to 2015

I give thanks to God for a very positive start to the school year. As mentioned in my recent correspondence, we have great plans for 2015. I would like to take this opportunity to reinforce with you some of our goals and objectives for the College this year. Goals for...

Mosaic Journey

The Art department this year is embarking on a Mosaic journey! We hope that, by the end of the year, we will have some mosaic work from every student somewhere around the school! We need many tiles, of all colors. So if you have any broken or unwanted tiles at home,...

Aspiration Careers Guidance

As a part of the last segment of the Aspiration Careers Guidance Program (ACGP) 2014, the Year 9 students attended a site visit at Challenger Institute of Technology, Murdoch Campus. The 3 week series focused on the Health Services industry. We were given insight to...

Congratulations Georgia Renn

Congratulations to Georgia Renn for representing Western Australia in the national figure skating championships in Brisbane! The King’s College is proud of...

Year 6 Graduation

On Thursday, November 27th the Year 6 Class of 2014 was farewelled with a special assembly and morning tea for students and parents. It was a great time and the students really enjoyed it as you can see in the photos!

Pre Primary Graduation

The Pre Primary Graduating class of 2014. What a delight it has been to have these students in my class. It will be a sad day when we see them go off into the year one class with Miss Vogel. Both Miss Toni and I wish you all God’s richest blessings over the holiday...

The Duke of Edinburgh Award Hike

Big congratulations to ‘The Dukers’! All 13 students were excellently behaved and an absolute pleasure to hike with. They completed the 26 kilometres with all their sleeping gear, food, clothes and water. Some of the terrain tested their stamina and perseverance,...

Principal’s Pen – Resilience

Dear Parents, Continuing on with our discussion from the previous College Journal, here are some strategies to help promote resilience in our children.   Support Self-Management 1. Help your child learn to calm down when frustrated. Simple strategies such as...

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