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Having to cancel our live Primary performances of “The Jungle Book” at the last minute in Term 1, the cast and choir soon turned their disappointment to excitement at the prospect of making our musical production into a ‘movie’. Our production recording day created quite a buzz in the hall as students emerged from changing […]

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SCBC SECONDARY – ATAR PATHWAY Year 12 student Daniel McMullen, has a difficult (but nice) decision to make… “will I apply to the enter Australian Defence Force Academy and become a Surface Warfare Officer in the Navy, or will I apply to the University of Western Australia to study a Law degree?” Daniel has been […]

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On Monday, 16th March, our Primary students competed in the CPSSA interschool cricket carnival. Our students played very well on the day. Students played modified games to ensure maximum participation by all students. On the day all the students training, and hard work paid off with the year 5 girls winning all of their games […]



Every student from Year 1 to Year 6 is represented on our quilt which was designed with our college theme for the year in mind, “Celebrating Community”!   “Our school community is like a beautiful quilt; lives pieced together; stitched with smiles and tears, coloured with memories and bound by the love of God.”   […]


SCBC congratulates all of our 2019 graduates, especially acknowledging Manav Kumar achieving SCBC’s top 2019 ATAR score of a fantastic 98.75, followed closely by Justyn Hall with 98.00! “If you don’t have the passion and the motivation for what you are studying, it is going to be hard to enjoy school or university and to […]

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GIRLS AFL In Secondary we offer various sporting opportunities to our students and one of these opportunities are GIRLS AFL.  Our Year 10’s and Year 8’s attended the ACC Year 10 Girls AFL Carnival on Friday, 9th August, held at All Saints College.  It was a great day, the girls did so well with many […]

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Dream Big My artwork is about the sense of excitement you get when a young football talent is introduced, and they exceed above all expectations. To communicate this message, I used a realistic rendering of an upcoming star Kylian Mbappe in his happiest moment. In the creation of this artwork, I wanted to explore the […]

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Our Centre facilitates a free playgroup every Friday during school terms for our local community. Parents, caregivers and extended family come together with their babies and young children in a relaxed and friendly environment to learn together through play. At playgroup, our parents and caregivers attend with their children and retain responsibility for supervising the […]

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Daniel Rutherford, who is currently a Year 12 student here at South Coast Baptist College, was selected for a prestigious science internship overseas upon his application for the 2019 NatureBridge Alcoa Scholars Program, held between 13th to 28th July. Participants hail from all countries of the world. They will be conducting hands-on science projects, having […]



South Coast Baptist College had 30 girls from the College’s Gymnastics Academy headed up to the Gymnastics WA state centre to compete in the 2019 interschool carnival on Friday, 28th June. The girls joined competitors from 14 other schools across the state on a wonderful day of competing. After a long day of top effort, […]

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On Wednesday, 8th May a selection of our Year 8 & 9 girls competed in an interschool AFL carnival. For some girls, this was their first time ever stepping onto an AFL field and playing. We saw a huge improvement throughout the 6 games and were very proud of our girls taking marks, kicks and […]

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Over the course of Term 2, our Year 4C class has embraced the idea of setting SMART goals for themselves.  Students were asked to set a school related goal for the whole term. At the end of the term, they will reflect on their set goals and determine whether they have achieved them. “I think […]


2019 YEAR 12 BALL

The senior Secondary students, their partners, and a strong contingent of staff attended the annual Year 12 Ball at Fraser’s restaurant in Kings Park on Saturday, 6th April.   Principal Des Mitchell and Head of Secondary Tim Oates were present to greet the students and their partners on entry across a red carpet, appropriate for […]

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    Obstacle Course Obstacle courses are like carnivals of movement to children. They invite, they challenge and they satisfy while always leaving children begging, “Can we do it again? Can we do it again?” Children learn best when they are actively engaged in activities that reinforce skills. Young children especially need opportunities to move […]

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Primary – Kindy

A smooth start to the year. Beginning school is such an adventure. We are delighted by the smooth transition the students have made to Kindergarten. We believe that learning is everywhere both inside and outside the classroom. Here students experiment with water play, ride bikes and scooters and write their names in shaving cream. Students: […]

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Year 11 – ART

Our Year 11 art students did amazing collaborative self-portraits this and I wanted to share them with you! Please go past the M block foyer ‘white wall’/ ‘exhibition space’ to see the wonderful works. They were made by starting one portrait then 10 minutes later rotating and continuing to draw yourself on the next portrait […]


Year 8 STEM – Robotics

In term 4, year 8 students in STEM – Robotics have been learning to independently solve problems through the construction of a simple remote-controlled vehicle.  Students are provided with the components required for the vehicle and, after being taught the basics of Fusion 360, an industry standard CAD package, students design and then laser-cut a […]

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Junior Council Initiatives, Meetings and Graduation 2018

Rockingham Junior Council Initiatives, Meetings and Graduation 2018 As Primary School Head Girl and Head Boy for 2018, Taitam Ellis and Parveen Warren, had the opportunity to represent the College at monthly Rockingham Junior Council Meetings across the 2018 academic year. These meetings were attended by Primary School student leaders from a range of schools […]

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It was with great excitement and anticipation that our Year 4-6 students provided jam-packed entertainment on Wednesday and Thursday, 24th & 25th October, bringing us 2 performances of Aladdin Trouble. With a mammoth cast of 72 students on stage, this pantomime-style take on the Aladdin story delivered everything you’d expect from our extremely talented students: […]


Bali trip 2018

Our Year 10 & 11 students had a great opportunity to go to Bali during the October holidays.  During their trip they met with the local community and had many opportunities to showcase their COMPASSIONATE hearts!

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Primary Years 3 to 6 House Athletics Carnival

On Monday, 22ND October, we held our annual Primary School House Athletics Carnival. This year the Carnival involved our Year 3 to 6 students as the Junior Primary classes had their carnival at the end of Term 3. The Year 3 to 6 House Athletics Carnival is a showcase of a range of individual and […]


In The Classroom – Year 1B with Mrs Ellis

What an exciting adventure it has been in Year 1B so far this year!  The students entered Year 1 with wonder and in awe.  They were exposed to the expanse of the Primary School, students from Year 1 to Year 6, designated play areas, formal uniforms, a canteen which they discovered that they could visit […]


Pre-Primary Term 3 Incursion

In Term 3, our three Pre-primary classes had a special visit from our local Police. Students engaged in this amazing experience as part of our protective behaviours program under the topic of ‘everybody has the right to feel safe at all times’ and ‘my safety network’. The students were given the opportunity to ask questions […]