Uniforms are an essential part of your child’s life at La Salle College. We encourage our students to wear the full and correct uniform, and wear it with pride at school, representing the College or out and about in the community. We encourage our families to take a moment to familiarise yourself with the Uniform […]
It’s been great to see the return of our College Sporting Calendar this term. There has been plenty of House spirit, sportsmanship, team work and sporting excellence displayed across the NEAS competition and Pre-Carnival Athletics events. Current NEAS ladder standings are as follows: Year 7 Netball 1st place Year 8/9 Netball 2nd place Year 7
Our Wardrobe/Costume Coordinator Ms Pauline Van Der Westhuizen is looking for between 2-10 volunteers to help with costumes for the Catholic Performing Arts De La Dance Ensemble. Volunteers will work out of the College Costume Office, Auditorium E Block. No experience is required for cutting, sewing, labelling and ironing. Machine sewing and overlocking experience is
On Wednesday 25 May, some of our Year 9 students attended North Metropolitan TAFE’s East Perth campus to participate in the Year 9 Career Taster Program. Students who attended the Career Taster event experienced first-hand how technology is paving the way for a more productive workforce and the importance of team work and effective communication.
In Week 4 of Term 2 the Careers team introduced 15 Year 10 students into the world of Building and Construction through the three day Try a Trade program at North Metro TAFE Balga Campus. Each day students had the opportunity to try their hand at a range of trades including bricklaying, plastering and tiling.
On Friday 20 May 2022, the students and staff from St Josephs Education Support went to Jackadder Lake to compete in the ACC Inclusive Fun Run. I helped lead the warm-up and then me and the students did two laps of the lake with students from other schools. It was really tiring. After the run
Coordinated by Department of Education, Career Conversations is a parent information session to learn more about talking to young people about pathways and opportunities. Come and hear: What industry wants from young people What opportunities are on offer Young people sharing their experiences Where to find accurate, up-to-date career information. Date and time Thursday 9
Many courses have exams as part of their assessments. For some people, exams cause high levels of anxiety. Ideally, you should start preparing for your exams from day one. However, if you have not done this, it is not too late to develop successful study strategies. Good study habits take time to develop, and everyone
Our Year 8 and 9 Boarders have been combining HaSS, Maths and Science to plant winter vegetables and herbs in the College garden. Students researched the cost and most appropriate herbs and vegetables to plant for winter conditions, then travelled to Bunnings to make their purchases. On Monday 16 May they spent the afternoon planting
On Friday 13 May more than 80 students and staff set out on a 20 hour Relay for Life to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Year 11 students worked in small teams to ensure the College baton kept moving around the gym floor from Friday afternoon until Saturday lunch time. A small candlelight
May has seen a great deal of change. The relaxation of COVID-19 rules, chilly weather, and a greater recognition of the importance of community. This year began with staff, students, and parents all masked, and while we greeted one another or introduced ourselves for the first time, it was difficult to see someone else’s facial
Our Year 11 and 12 ATAR Visual Art students participated in a Visual Arts Painting Workshop with guest artist Desiree Crossing on Monday 9 May. Specialising in portraiture, Desiree’s highly detailed oil paintings speak to classical painting traditions, whilst embodying an unmistakably modern spirit. She has exhibited locally and internationally and won awards for her
On Monday 9 May during lunch, students participated in the 2022 Interhouse Cross Country event. The modified race provided students with an opportunity to compete for Champion Boy/Girl for their Year Group, as well as aim for selection for the ACC Cross Country Representative Squad for 2022. The weather was sensational and there was plenty
The Year 9 Italian Class is currently participating in an exchange program with two high schools in Italy. These schools are the Istituto Maria Ausiliatrice in Torino (Turin) and Istituto Santa Marta in Firenze (Florence). On Wednesday the 30 March, the students had their first Teams meeting with their Italian e-pal from Turin and conversed
Our College Parents and Friends (P&F) Committee needs you! The P&F currently have vacancies on the Family Support and Community Spirit Sub Committees. Some benefits of being involved your College P&F: It communicates to your children that you think education is important and that you support the school you have chosen for them to attend It
On Friday 6 May our Year 11 Student Councillors spread a little sunshine in celebration of Mother’s Day by handing out flowers to Mums during school drop off. There were plenty of smiles through the car windows and our students enjoyed the opportunity to brighten a few mums days. Thank you to our amazing mums from the
Our Year 7 Humanities and Social Sciences students have been learning about sustainable cities in their Geography lessons. To deepen their learning and understanding on this topic students worked in pairs using the computer game Minecraft to create sustainable cities. We developed our communication skills working collaboratively with our partners to demonstrate our understanding of what
As part of the ASDAN Sports and Fitness course the Year 12 students of 2021 were involved in Kickability sessions run by Hayden Marchetto from the WA All Abilities Football Association. Graduates of the Class of 2021 William Brenssell (pictured left), Lewis Collins (middle) and Jackson Foskett showed a keen interest in the program and fast
A reminder that the College Canteen is now serving our Winter Menu. There are plenty of hearty winter options available including: Sweet chilli wrap Butter chicken Pork riblet Chicken Kebab Mex Beef Nachos Hamburger & Salad Fried Rice Chicken Pasta Bake Chicken Burger & Salad Veg Spring Rolls All products are made or bought in fresh
Students from Year 9 George Calverley and Adam Taylor, along with their Eastern Phantoms teammates took out the 2022 State Junior League Baseball Championship in April. The Eastern Phantoms are a selection of all-star players from Perth, Morley and Wembley clubs. At the end of the State tournament the team had outscored their opponents 101-4.