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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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: […]