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Guardians of Ancora: Leonora Bush Mission Trip 2017

This year the Leonora Bush Mission team celebrated 25 years of bush ministry in the Leonora community. Each year Dave and Avril McLennan have worked with a team during the first week of the Term 3 holidays, and this was Rehoboth’s 7th year of bush mission work in Leonora.

A team of fifteen bright-eyed Year 10 students left early on the morning of Saturday 23 September to make the gruelling 12 hour bus trip to…

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Student Global Leadership Summit 2017

CSA in partnership with Willow Creek Australia presented the first Global Leadership Summit (GLS) designed specifically for students on Monday 16 October. The Student GLS was an inspiring 1-day experience designed for emerging leaders from across denominational, school and functional leadership lines. It was the place where young leaders from a variety of backgrounds and experiences come together in a common place of learning and life transformation.

The Student GLS is an…

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Enter the Wolfpack: 2017 WA Baptist Basketball Champions

The Rehoboth U18s Basketball team (Reho Wolfpack) are the 2017 Western Australia Baptist Basketball Association champions, after defeating Mount Pleasant Baptist 47-34 at Lakeside Recreation Centre on Saturday 16 September.  

The Wolfpack headed into the game as underdogs after losing to Mount Pleasant 3 times during the season, including a blowout loss just 2 weeks ago in the preliminary finals. However, in the opening half the boys stamped their intent jumping out to a massive 34-12 lead.

Josh Rentenaar was crashing…

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Year 7 Orientation 2017

On Thursday 14 September, the Year 6 students from Kenwick and Wilson joined together for an introduction to Secondary School life. It was an exciting and action filled day where students enjoyed a variety of team building activities, a taste of various subjects, and a grand tour of the Secondary School.

Students from both Campuses were split into three tribes and participated in rotations through Design and Technologies, Science, and Mathematics. Do not be fooled,…

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House Athletics 2017

This year’s House Athletics Carnival took place on Thursday 17 August and we were blessed with an awesome late winter/early spring day after having to postpone the carnival the week before.  

As always, the aim of the day was mass participation – and like last year, everyone that participated took all their throws and jumps and didn’t give up after the first trial. There was even time for a shuttle relay this year, with Wycliffe House being the winner. 

We were fortunate to finish all events on the day, even with…

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Coping with Transition and Change

Many students will be experiencing some form of transition this year. Perhaps they have moved from Primary School to Secondary School. Perhaps they are now a senior student. Maybe they are trying a new subject or changing levels within a subject. With change, can come uncertainty and anxiety. Whenever we are in a new situation, there is a period where we are learning and adapting. Below are some tips to help students make their transitions…

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Year 10 Experience the World of Work

I would like to congratulate the Year 10 Work Experience students on their excellent conduct in the workplace. We received glowing feedback from many employers. For a couple of students, it was a steep learning curve, but thankfully everyone returned to school safely, mostly exuberant from the experience and after having had another week off school.

I would like to say a big “thank you” to the employers who took time out to teach the…

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Canberra 2017: Year 7s Get a Taste of Citizenship and Government

After another fantastic, whirlwind tour of the sites and the learning opportunities of Canberra, we are back and ready for Term 3.

This trip forms part of our students’ studies on the Federal Government, our Constitution and the history of Australia. There were many positives for your children as they developed friendships. and experienced many new and interesting places in Canberra.

Each day held highlights of its own and different students enjoyed different aspects of…

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Jason on Top of the World (Again)

Congratulations to Jason Anggadjaja for being this year’s Education Perfect top student in Indonesian in the world (for the second year in a row).

In the overall languages category, Jason finished 7th globally, and was awarded an Elite Award.

Two other students, Rabecca Hulston and Jessica Christoper received Gold Certificates. As a school, Rehoboth finished 1st in WA and 8th in Australia in schools of our…

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