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How Does ATAR Work?

One of the areas that I regularly get questions about is the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank, or ATAR, and how it works. What follows are some answers to a number of the most frequently asked questions:

The ATAR – How does it work? What is the TEA score? How does the TEA score convert to an ATAR? What is moderation and scaling? What is the UWA bonus?

If parents or students want to seek…

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Red Cross Cadets Commences at Rehoboth

It was with great enthusiasm and excitement that we commenced the Red Cross Cadets this week. We were blessed by the overwhelming response of many students as we received applications from around 40 students from Year 7 right through to Year 11.

We were also amazed to read the fantastic responses of students as to why they wished to be part of the Cadets. Most shared a genuine desire to serve others,…

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Telling Stories

I love stories. Most of us do. The best part of teaching history for me is the stories of people, how they faced the circumstances that they did, and how they often overcame adversity, no matter how great the challenge. That is why it is great to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Rehoboth. Through this, we get to tell a great story of vision, perseverance, sacrifice, and God’s faithfulness as people came…

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LEX@R Global Justice Presentations

LEX@R is our learning extension program at Rehoboth. In 2015, The Year 7-8 LEX@R students have been exploring the theme of global justice for over a Term. As part of our explorations we had lots of discussion about the nature of justice and mercy, rights and wrongs. Each student chose a topic of interest to them and explored it by producing a digital media product designed to persuade their audience.

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Year 2 Creative Homework Projects

Over the course of Term 4, Year 2 Kenwick students completed a Homework Booklet that included a range of different projects. Students were still expected to complete their reading and spelling homework each night, but this new method allowed them to develop skills such as creativity, collaboration, physical activity, agency, problem solving, and motor skills.

Each fortnight they were given a choice between two projects. They were able to present their project as a…

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Ready for Adventure?

Over three days and nights, Rehoboth’s Year 9 students this month participated in a variety of unique and exciting activities at the Bickley Outdoor Recreation Campsite.

At the camp we were committed to encouraging maximum participation in a wide range of experiences. Students learnt:

development of communication, interpersonal, leadership and cooperation skills; increased participants’ accountability for themselves, others and their environment; awareness and management of emotions; understanding of responsible risk taking; teamwork and collaboration;…
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Lines: Year 12 Student Poem makes Primo Lux

Joslin’s poem “Lines” was recently chosen from amongst Year 10-12 students entries from all over WA, and has been published in Primo Lux, a prestigious anthology of poetry. Here is her entry:
LINES
Lines mar his skin, the ravages of time
trace jagged patterns across his aged face.
His once proud, youthful confidence, sublime,
stolen by society’s inexorable chase
after ephemeral physical perfection.
Gleaming hair, glistening…

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Canning Show Youth Art Awards

This year Rehoboth did exceptionally well in the Youth Art Awards. We submitted a total of 60 entries out of which 22 entries were awarded prizes. The categories we entered were: Handicrafts, Hobby Ceramics, Painting and Drawing, and Photography. The prize-winning entries are currently on display in the Secondary Library.

The following students are to be congratulated for receiving their Awards:

Gwyneth Anggadajaja
Champion Hobby Ceramics
1st Prize for a ceramic article featuring glaze…

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Christmas Brings Hope

It seems to me that there are two kinds of hope. The first is a natural or human hope. This is based on statistical likelihood or probability. This kind of hope is sometimes based on past experiences, or what we wish is going to happen. You see this demonstrated by the people who sacrifice time and money on a slim chance of success queuing for Lotto tickets. This kind of hope is usually fragile and…

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Swimming Lessons

It was with much excitement that the children in Pre-Primary to Year 3 boarded the bus to go to StateSwim last Monday. We consider water safety to be very important in a country like Australia and this was a great opportunity for the students to develop their skills. It was good to see that many students advanced to the next swimming level. Well done to everyone!

Here are some stories the students in…

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