Life as a student can be busy, so ensuring your child is not putting themselves under extra stress is a major part of helping them to maintain their wellbeing. If they’re not organised and they feel like they’re not on top of things, this will only add to their stress. Being organised for school is […]
In Term 2 La Salle College hosted a Year 4 Lasallian Experience for St Anthony’s students on Thursday 3 June from 9.30 am – 2.30 pm. Around 60 students explored our beautiful College grounds and participated in a range of fun and interactive learning adventures. Staff and a group of our Year 9 students guided
On Monday 26 July we celebrated NAIDOC Week: Heal Country at a special College Assembly. This is a significant cultural event for our school community and marked the start of a week of activities including a 3 on 3 basketball competition, cooking, yarning and workshops. Aboriginal Elder Shaun Nannup delivered an inspiring Welcome to Country. This
Our Year 10 Art students participated in a very special workshop on Friday 23 July. Artist and special effects designer Will Huntley visited the students to share his knowledge and know-how when it comes to sculpting a face from scratch. Mr Huntley has worked for Disney and on film sets in Hollywood including movies such
On Wednesday 23 June (Term 2) we held our Whole School Athletics Carnival at Ern Clark Athletics Centre, Cannington. The weather held up for what was a beautiful sunny day for students to showcase their Lasallian spirit. The Carnival had many memorable moments including multiple individual records broken and a new team 4 x 100
St John of God Health Care (SJGHC) is committed to promoting participation in the arts because of the many health benefits it brings to individuals and communities. In partnership with the SJGHC, the Catholic Arts Office is now taking nominations for the 2021 St John of God Health Care Visual Art Scholarship. Entry is open
Wellbeing is quite simply, feeling well and functioning well. It also includes the ability to self-regulate when feeling out of balance. Throughout Semester 1 our students were provided with the opportunity to develop their social-emotional learning through a range of activities that took place during Long PCG. Semester 2 will continue in the same manner.
During Term 2, La Salle College welcomed 16 education support students (across Years 3-6) from Good Shepherd Primary School into their Home Economics Department for a day of cooking adventures. The students are all active members of their school Cooking Club however only have access to a small kitchen. The excursion provided a memorable learning
With a growing need for positive mental health messages for children and teenagers – the WA Branch of Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) WA has launched a series of five online videos highlighting the benefits books and reading bring to readers from early childhood to young adults – Reading for the Heart and Mind.