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FROM THE PRINCIPAL…

Dear Parents, Last year I was moved by the reflections of a local senior Aboriginal gentleman sharing his story. It was part of an event organised by Rockingham Council. We have a deeply appreciative, and supportive relationship with Rockingham Council. Mayor Barry Sammels is a welcomed, familiar visitor to SCBC. By welcoming me to this year’s reconciliation event, Mayor Sammels …
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SECONDARY NEWS

YEAR 10 EXCURSION - THE CAREERS EXPO

YEAR 10 EXCURSION - THE CAREERS EXPO
On Friday, 17th May, 65 Year 10 students, supported by six staff members, visited the Careers Expo at the Perth Convention Centre. The students had unrestricted access to nearly 100 exhibitors ranging from universities, providers of vocational training, and employers. This was a great opportunity to explore career pathways with the Year 11 subject selections now only a month …

WORKPLACE LEARNING – Samantha Kennedy

"Sam's a natural..." The first work placement in the College's 2019 Workplace Learning program finished on Friday, 24th May.   Twenty Year 11 and Year 12 students have been in the workplace for the last 12 weeks, attending one day per week, and accruing a minimum of 55 hours of work placement experience. Pictured is Year 12 student Samantha Kennedy who, …
WORKPLACE LEARNING – Samantha Kennedy

WORKPLACE LEARNING – Jack Parkin

WORKPLACE LEARNING – Jack Parkin
Jack's no slouch when it comes to computers Year 12 student Jack Parkin is no slouch when it comes to computers. In Year 11, Jack enrolled in the WACE subject Workplace Learning and "got his hands dirty" in computer assembly and repair in a local computer business. An opportunity came up and in Semester Two last year and …

MATHEMATICS

The Mathematics department at SCBC aims to develop students’ capacity for logical thinking and creative problem-solving.  Through extension and enrichment opportunities we help students to develop an appreciation for the elegance and power of mathematical reasoning and its application in solving real-world problems. The Mathematics curriculum focuses on developing increasingly sophisticated and refined mathematical understanding, fluency, logical reasoning, analytical thought …
MATHEMATICS

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING TIMETABLE

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING TIMETABLE
It is our goal that every student is comprehensively engaged and focused on achieving measurable, realistic learning goals. To support our students, our staff are available in the afternoons to tutor any Year 7-12 students, predominantly in the core subjects. Please refer to the attached tutoring timetable. All students who would like to focus on their independent work or study …

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

The Humanities and Social Sciences department provide students with an opportunity to learn to critically engage with the world around them and to build a personal understanding of their sense of self and the greater community they are a part of. Students have an opportunity to engage in global history, our political scene, the geographies of human settlement and natural …
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY GENERAL CLASS

DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY GENERAL CLASS
As part of a Year 12 semester-long project, our Design Photography General class took a trip to Kings Park to photograph wildflowers. The project requires the students to promote the annual Kings Park Festival, which is billed as "The Greatest Wildflower Show on Earth". May is not the best time of year to find flowers, however, the students quickly discovered many …

JUNIOR GIRLS AFL LIGHTNING CARNIVAL

On Wednesday, 8th May a selection of our Year 8 & 9 girls competed in an interschool AFL carnival. For some girls, this was their first time ever stepping onto an AFL field and playing. We saw a huge improvement throughout the 6 games and were very proud of our girls taking marks, kicks and exhibiting awesome tackling pressure. We …
JUNIOR GIRLS AFL LIGHTNING CARNIVAL

PRIMARY NEWS

IN THE CLASSROOM – YEAR 3B WITH MRS SENA

The first semester has indeed been amazing in the Year 3B classroom. It gives me great joy to see our students progress not just in their academic skills, but also develop a greater level of confidence, resilience and perseverance. The main focus in literacy for 3B this term has been to ‘up our game’ on improving the quality of narratives …
IN THE CLASSROOM – YEAR 3B WITH MRS SENA

YEAR 6 CAMP

YEAR 6 CAMP
YEAR 6 CAMP Earlier this term Year 6 students attended camp at Fairbridge Village. They enjoyed a range of challenging activities and time to develop friendships. Many students overcame personal fears and grew in maturity. Activities included the giant swing, flying fox, archery, damper making, capture the flag and high ropes course. In addition, students enjoyed the leader hunt, quiz …

IN THE CLASSROOM – Year 4C WITH MRS QUINTANA

Over the course of Term 2, our Year 4C class has embraced the idea of setting SMART goals for themselves.  Students were asked to set a school-related goal for the whole term. At the end of the term, they will reflect on said goals and determine whether they have achieved them. “I think it is helpful because my handwriting is …
IN THE CLASSROOM – Year 4C WITH MRS QUINTANA

IN THE CLASSROOM – KINDY 3 WITH MISS HOSKING

IN THE CLASSROOM – KINDY 3 WITH MISS HOSKING
Kindy 3 has been very busy this term with special visitors and an excursion! Students in Kindy and Pre-Primary invited their Mum’s and special ladies join them for an afternoon tea and activities. The Kindy 3 class was very excited to present some songs, gifts, the food they had made and have a story together. It was a lovely time …

AUSSIES OF THE MONTH

Congratulations to our Primary School ‘Aussies of the Month’ for May. Beau, Tiffany and Teagan were recognised for their fantastic effort and contributions to the Primary School Digital Technology Program by our specialist teacher Mrs. Horton.
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CHILDCARE NEWS

EMERGENCY SERVICES

We’ve had a very busy month in our Kindy Class. Our students have shown great interest in our Emergency Services, especially the Police. We have focused our programming around this interest, and what a fun month we have had! Children are learning that it is important that every person understands how and when to call for emergency services, regardless of …
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STEM CONCEPTS WITH OUR BABIES

STEM CONCEPTS WITH OUR BABIES
From birth, children are inquisitive. Our educators nurture early STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) concepts and skills through daily routines, play and exploratory activities. These experiences are provided for babies and children throughout our programming. This month, our babies had so much fun with their educators as they talked, read, sang and played as they developed many avenues to …

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

CONTRACTED BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL BUS SERVICE

There are two buses that cover the following routes: Baldivis to Waikiki and Mandurah to Waikiki (reverse in the afternoons). All students in Primary and Secondary College must be registered to catch the bus service. Due to legislation, all students catching the services need to be seated and have a seatbelt allocated. How to register To register for the bus, …
CONTRACTED BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL BUS SERVICE

JULY 2019 VACATION CARE HOLIDAY PROGRAM

JULY 2019 VACATION CARE HOLIDAY PROGRAM

SCBC MUSIQUE MUSIC FESTIVAL

When: Friday, 9 August 2019 Where: SCBC Hall Time: 10:30AM – 12:00PM SCBC Musique is a music festival open to all students in Year 1-6 who undertake music lessons at the college or at any other music institution outside of the college. It is an event where students share their musical abilities with us in a non-threatening environment. Entry forms …
SCBC MUSIQUE MUSIC FESTIVAL
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