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FROM THE PRINCIPAL…

FROM THE PRINCIPAL…
Just the right amount of optimism is good for our young people. Dear parents, I was at Church on Sunday, listening to one of my Pastors speaking on a topic called: ‘the road to contentment’. Reference was made to a text from the Bible’s New Testament, Philippians 4:11 – 13. ‘… I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. 12 I know …
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SECONDARY NEWS

FROM THE HEAD OF SECONDARY...

Passion and resilience are the secrets to success according to Author and renowned Psychologist, Angela Duckworth. As outlined in her bestselling book ‘Grit’, many people and students attribute success far too much to innate talent, which is out of their control, when in fact perseverance (sustained effort) is a more important factor. Angela proposes that if people apply effort to …
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WORKPLACE LEARNING

WORKPLACE LEARNING
Jaydee is realising her dream of becoming a teacher Year 12 student Jaydee Le Scelle is realising her dream of following her mother's footsteps into the teaching profession.   Jaydee chose the General stream of subjects in Years 11 and 12 and, this year, commenced a Certificate IV in Education Support at the Fremantle Education Centre to provide herself with a pathway …

INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE AT THE NINGALOO, EXMOUTH EXPEDITION

INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE AT THE NINGALOO, EXMOUTH EXPEDITION
"On Sunday, 21st July, the Year 11 & 12 Outdoor Education students travelled to Ningaloo, Exmouth for our big expedition of the year. After a 17-hour bus journey, we arrived at Yardie Homestead Caravan Park where we camped for the duration of the trip. This expedition was an incredible experience and we had the opportunity to do some awesome activities …

GIFTED & TALENTED PROGRAMME

We ensure gifted students are supported and appropriately challenged to develop their natural giftings into talents. As well as extending students in their core curriculum areas, our dedicated GATE programme involves students in ‘Project Based Learning’, allowing them to engage in their areas of passion in contexts outside the classroom. In the process, students are challenged to develop skills of …
GIFTED & TALENTED PROGRAMME
AFL CARNIVAL

AFL CARNIVAL

Our Year 10’s and Year 8’s attended the ACC Year 10 Girls AFL Carnival held at All Saints College on Wednesday, 7th August.  It was a great day, the girls did extremely well with many first time players.  We came third.  Emily Watson and Anna Watts from Year 10 were the captains.

SCBC HOSTS US STAFF DEVELOPER

At the end of Week Two, our College was privileged to host US teacher developer Donna Kortvelesey, an expert in AVID classroom strategies. Donna is a national staff developer and consultant for AVID Centre of San Diego, CA, and the AVID Australia Education Manager. Donna delivered two days of targeted professional development with selected Primary and Secondary staff, targeting the …
SCBC HOSTS US STAFF DEVELOPER

CAMP - YEAR 9

4-day camp at Forest Edge in Waroona The Year 9 students have been buzzing on their return back to school from the Year 9 camp during week 3 of the Term 3. The staff and students who attended really enjoyed the opportunity to get away to the countryside and scenic hills of Waroona. Students were able to experience the personal …
CAMP - YEAR 9

PRIMARY NEWS

FROM THE HEAD OF PRIMARY...

FROM THE HEAD OF PRIMARY...
It’s been a busy start to Term 3 in the Primary School. Our students have all had their school photographs taken for the year. The Year 1 to 6 students have all had the opportunity to participate in House Cross-Country races. Year 5’s enjoyed two days of adventure camp in Baldivis, and twenty-six of our students enjoyed performing musical items …

YEAR 2A WITH MRS FRANCO & MRS SAW

Year 2A welcomes you to a new and exciting second semester at South Coast Baptist College! We have taken some time to reflect on our achievements and learning so far. The first semester was full of many wonderful learning experiences where we created many memories along the way. In 2A we are consistently providing opportunities for the children to learn …
YEAR 2A WITH MRS FRANCO & MRS SAW

100 SCHOOL DAY

100 SCHOOL DAY
Year 1 students celebrated 100 days of school on Friday, 26th July! Miss Kirk and Miss Hart doing a great job at pretending to be 100 years old!

PRE-PRIMARY 3 WITH MRS DE WET

On Tuesday, 30th July 2019, all our Pre-Primary classes went on an excursion to the Baldivis Children’s Forest. Students participated in three activities that are closely linked with our geography and design technology curriculum focus for Term 3. The activities included; Aboriginal painting – Students learnt all about Aboriginal symbols, their meaning, and how to use these symbols when creating …
PRE-PRIMARY 3 WITH MRS DE WET

PRIMARY SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS - 2019

PRIMARY SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS - 2019
The Year 1 to 6 Primary House Cross Country Carnival was held on Wednesday, 7th August. Weatherwise it was fantastic, and all the students across these year groups applied maximum effort. It was great to see some of the classroom teachers running with their classes and students supporting and encouraging their peers during their races. All students who finished in …

MUSIQUE MUSIC FESTIVAL

On Friday, 9th August, students who both have music lessons at the College and outside of the College had the wonderful opportunity to perform to an audience in a relaxed and non-threatening environment. There were piano, guitar, ukulele and voice items. Some students have just started on their music journey and other students have been on their journey for quite …
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CONSTABLE CARE PUPPET SHOW VISIT TO SCBC

Constable Care show is a fun blend of acting and puppetry. This exciting performance for children in Kindergarten to Year 2 covered the topics of getting to and from school safely. Kindergarten classes watched: “Getting to school which takes students on a wild ride in a time machine to explore the ways we can travel to school safely all in …
CONSTABLE CARE PUPPET SHOW VISIT TO SCBC

YEAR 3 MUSIC EXCURSION

YEAR 3 MUSIC EXCURSION
All our Year 3 students will participate in the Rockingham Music Festival. Nine schools from the local area will present an item and all nine schools will sing four massed songs. Tickets are free of charge and can be obtained by sending an email to Mrs Peck at peckh@scbc.wa.edu.au. Only 30 tickets have been made available to our school. Students …

2019 BOOK FAIR

2019 BOOK FAIR

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

OPEN DAY & COMMUNITY FETE, 7th SEPTEMBER!

OPEN DAY & COMMUNITY FETE, 7TH SEPTEMBER!

2020 SCBC FEES

2020 SCBC FEES

MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 2019

MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 2019

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL BUS SERVICES

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL BUS SERVICES
The College provides a service for students to catch our contracted buses to/from school. To utilise this service, students are required to be registered on our electronic system RollCall. This system allows parents to track when their child/ren catch the bus and where the bus is located on the interactive map. Changes Coming Soon Payments On-Line – commencing Term 4, …

CHILDCARE NEWS

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Our Centre is continually working on our quality improvement. The aim of our QIP is to constantly self-assess how we function. We also use this as a tool and a measurement to deliver quality education and care and to plan for future improvements that are relevant to our families and children in our care. Parent input is extremely important and …
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
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