2016/2017 Entertainment Books will be available for sale from the College again soon. To take advantage of the additional $230 worth of additional offers, order your new membership before 4 May 2016.
Memberships sell for $65, with $13 from each sale donated to Swanmissions.
The Entertainment™ Book gives you access to thousands of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers for Perth’s best restaurants, cafés, attractions and more. Plus it offers the best in market prices for thousands of hotels, resorts, car rentals, theme parks, groceries, petrol and shopping that you can use whenever you like until 1 June 2017.
Plus, new this year when you purchase a Perth Entertainment™ Membership, you will also have offers to more than 30 of the best restaurants, attractions and accommodation that Bali has to offer.
The Entertainment™ Books are available as a Book (with a gold card and vouchers), or as a Digital Membership that puts all the offers in the Book on your smartphone to redeem at the touch of a button.
Memberships will be available in May, however, pre-order today to receive up to $200 in Early Bird Offers that you can use straight away!
ORDER ONLINE AT www.entbook.com.au/8330s3, or order from Senior School Admin.
One of the strengths of the Japanese program at Swan Christian College is that our students have many opportunities to interact with Japanese people. This year, we have an opportunity to host students from Musashidai High School and Hojo High School in Japan.
We are currently seeking families who would like to host a student during this visit in Term 3. (31 July - 7 August and 13 August – 21 August). During this time, the students will stay with a host family, participate in College life and attend various cultural excursions.
By hosting an exchange student your family gains a unique insight into a culture that differs from ours in many ways. In fact, hosting an exchange student is the best way to experience another culture without having to the leave the country! Exchange is always a two-way process and there are many benefits to both parties involved.
If you would like to welcome another member into your family and can provide a bed and meals for a student please contact Ms Knoblich on 9374 8381 or email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Ms Trish Knoblich
Swanconnect Term 2 courses are now 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/.
Year 6 2018 Enrolments
Limited vacancies exist for places in the Junior School for Year 6 2018. If you are interested or know of anyone else who is interested, please contact Mrs Nicky Hood at the College as soon as possible.
Swan Christian College has recently had two very different productions, both that displayed the skills and talent of our students.
In Week 7 was the Whole College production of Wind in the Willows, with students from Years 4 – 12. It told the classic story of Mole, Rat, Toad and Badger by Kenneth Grahame. The students performed five shows over three days, and the show was very well received by the audiences.
Highlights from the show included a Christmas Carol from the Junior School Choir, and a tap dance from Jarrett Walton as Toad. The cast and crew are very grateful to all those who supported the show, keep your ears out for our next production!
In Week 9, the Year 12 Drama class performed their production of Antigone, a classic Greek tragedy written by Sophocles in 441BC. The class re-interpreted the text into a dystopian, post-apocalyptic time and place.
The Year 10 Drama class, who performed as the chorus using technology that supported the interpretation of the play, supported the Year 12 students.
The two night’s performances demonstrated a sophisticated understanding of the text, the tragic figure’s journey, and how physical theatre can interpret meaning and engage an audience.
The drama students are grateful for those who came and supported their work
Ms Jane Lee
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