College Notices

Christian Union (CU) Camp

Swan Christian College is committed to encouraging the spiritual development of our students through a variety of programs. For many years our CU weekly meetings and CU camps have been an opportunity for students to meet with other Christian students, learn from the Bible and foster their relationship with Jesus.   

This year’s CU camp is being held at the College from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 April and will give students an opportunity to learn more about what it means to walk the Christian journey. The theme of the camp this year is 1 Timothy 4.12 - Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity (NIV).

A series of bible lessons mixed with team challenges and adventure activities such as canoeing, night games and ten pin bowling will make this camp an awesome experience for all involved.

The cost of the camp is $95 and forms are available from Student Services. Places are limited and forms must be returned promptly to secure a spot. 

Congratulations

Congratulations to our 2016 Luke Durbridge Sports Award winner, Clancy Quick, who has been selected to represent Western Australia in the 2016 Triathlon Team. 

The WA team will compete at the School Sport Australia National Championships in Hervey Bay QLD, from 18-21 April. 

We wish Clancy well and look forward to hearing about the competition and her results after the term break.

 

Harrison Smith in Year 9 is a member of the AFL East Perth Development Squad. Last weekend Harrison played in the Nicki Winmar Indigenous Team for the district of East Perth and was named runner-up Best Player for his district. He played in all six games on the day.

Harrison has also been selected to try out for the AFL Indigenous team to represent Western Australia in the upcoming National KickStart Championships in NSW. 

Antigone Performance

The Year 12 ATAR Drama syllabus Unit 3 requires that students reinterpret dramatic text, context, forms and styles for contemporary audiences through applying theoretical and practitioner approaches. 

The Year 12 Drama class have taken Anitgone, written by Sophocles around 441BC, and reinterpreted it into a post apocalytic dystopian world, set in no specific time or place.

Antigone is a young woman, considered important within her society, who defies the laws of her state as they exist, to honour her faith and her family.

There will be two performances open to the public; on Tuesday 29 March and Thursday 31 March. Both performances are free of charge. 

The Wind in the Willows

The Whole College Production of the Wind in the Willows will be held in the Maali Mia Theatre from Thursday 17 March to Saturday 19 March. Students from across the College will take part in this classic by Kenneth Graham. 

Click here to book your seats! 

Interschool Equestiran Events

If you would like to compete in the WA Interschool Equestrian Competition (you do need your own horse) being held at the State Equestrian Centre in Brigadoon on Thursday 21 - Sunday 24 April 2016, please see Ms Teunissen at Senior School Admin.  

Second Hand Uniform Sale and Sausage Sizzle

The College will be holding a second hand uniform sale and sausage sizzle at the Parent/ Teacher interview nights on Monday 4 and Wednesday 6 April outside the Swan Centre (gym). All proceeds will go towards building three classrooms at Light Up Ahead School in Kantolomba, Zambia.

Donations of good quality uniforms that display the current SCC Logo can be made at Senior School Student Services.

For more information contact Head of Service Learning, Mr Ray Hockley on 9374 8300

Click here to download the flyer.

Update Your Details

Moved House? Changed your mobile number, email or other contact information?

It is important that the College has your current contact details and is kept up to date with any changes. Please email mariar@scea.wa.edu.au if you would like to update any of your contact details.

Swanconnect

Swanconnect courses are now up and running for Term 1, and the Term 2 courses are open for registration.

The 5-week courses in Woodwork and Metalwork will give participants basic and advanced skills that can be used at home to repair, fabricate or create pieces with the assistance of our qualified teaching staff.

If you would like to enrol for one of the Open and Introductory Woodwork or Metalwork courses for Term 2, please go to the Swanconnect website http://www.swan.wa.edu.au/swan-connect/swan-connect-courses/.