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Within a school term, staff, students, and families are only ever five weeks away from a holiday. This rhythm aligns with the ebb and flow of our College, shaping the routines and rituals that form our community's culture.
On Thursday 30 May Swan competed in the senior ACC interschool cross-country carnival at Perry Lakes Reserve in Floreat. Having been selected from our house cross-country carnival approximately 60 students participated in the 3km or 4km race.
Parents are strongly encouraged to be mindful of the safety of our children and park safely and legally around the College.
Please note our school holiday opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Additionally, Monday 15 July is a Student Free Day. Term 3 will commence on Tuesday 16 July 2024 and conclude on Friday 20 September 2024.
Swan Worklink is on a mission to help students flourish in the world of workplace learning, igniting their passion and confidence along the way!
All parents are invited to the Annual School Members Meeting organised by the Parent Christian Life Committee (PCLC) on Friday 26 July.
Swan Christian College were proud to present the inaugural Creative Lab exhibition of artworks presented for the Community Arts Endorsed Program. There was a real ‘buzz’ as parents, students and guests milled about the Maali Mia viewing a variety of created works, occasionally interrupted by a music, laser light show, musical performance, dance or drama item – also part of the exhibition.
Starting in Term 4, Year 5 and 6 students will have the chance to explore the College grounds on two wheels.
Year 5 had an exciting trip to Fremantle, exploring its rich history and fascinating landmarks. The adventure began with a tour of the Fremantle Prison, where students learned about the lives of past inmates.
On Friday 24 May, the Year 6 boys and girls headed down to the Maida Vale Reserve to participate in the WACSSA Soccer Carnival, delivering impressive performances.
Our Year 4 students visited Kings Park on Tuesday 28 May. During this excursion, they learned about how to survive in the wild and the resources they could use.
On 12 June, Senior School students swapped their uniforms for cozy winter wear to support the Salvation Army Winter Appeal. They donated gold coins, non-perishable food, gently-used warm clothing, and blankets to help those in need this winter.
It was great to have alumni Alec Clark join the Year 9 Specialist Football class last week. Alec shared his journey from playing at Swan Districts FC to seizing the opportunity to play College NFL in West Virginia.
On Thursday 30 May Swan competed in the senior ACC interschool cross-country carnival at Perry Lakes Reserve in Floreat.
Our school is excited to participate in the Containers for Change program, making it easy for students to contribute to a cleaner environment.
In today's fast-paced world, many parents are concerned about the rising levels of anxiety among young people. The constant presence of screens, the decline of free play, and the rise of overprotective parenting have significantly impacted our children's mental health.
Fenceline Theatre Company’s rendition of Little Women delighted audiences with its intimate and heartwarming portrayal of love, resilience, and sisterhood. Directed by Ms Jane Hille and featuring Swan’s talented Year 11 and 12 students, the four shows held on 17, 18, 22, and 23 April at Maali Mia Theatre were all sold out within days. 
On Saturday, 4 May, our College Community Bushdance was a fantastic foot stompin' event, drawing around 200 participants, including students, parents, and staff.
Trauma in children significantly disturbs their sense of safety and normalcy, leading to substantial emotional and behavioural changes. Such disturbances often result from exposure to traumatic events, which may be exacerbated by continuous media coverage. This exposure can trigger stress, anxiety, and trauma, with varying recovery timelines due to the unpredictable nature of trauma's impact.
AVCAT scholarships, including the Long Tan Bursary, are tertiary scholarships for the children and grandchildren of Australian ex-serving veterans. Scholarships are $4000 - $6000 per year for three years.
We are thrilled to announce that one of our Swanonline students, Jaxon Stewart, has qualified for the Oceania West Athletics competition in both the decathlon and javelin.

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