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Literature Appreciation at Kenwick Primary

The goal of our Literature Appreciation Program is to expose students to the delights of literature by reading and exploring books in a fun and hands-on manner.

As part of Bookweek, many students participated in the City of Gosnells poster competition.

Congratulations to Isaac for winning a prize in the Year 1 division!

This year, 37 of our students entered a book in the Children’s Book Council…

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Visting the Senior School

On Thursday, 17 September, the Wilson Year 6 class embarked on a journey to explore the Secondary School at the Kenwick Campus. I personally enjoyed the sports session in the afternoon: a chaotic game of thievery, rescue and defense between three tribes! Here are some comments by the students.

Woodwork class

“The Year 6 Orientation was really fun. What we did was first take a quick tour around the school then we were split into…

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It’s Official!

God blessed us with a beautiful day at the end of Term 3 to celebrate the opening of the Early Learning Centre and the Junior Primary classroom block at the Wilson Campus. Our special guests, parents, and students heard about the many dedicated people who contributed to the building program. The President of the Association, Mr Lee Klomp, opened the proceedings, and was followed by an outstanding presentation of two guitar pieces…

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Experiencing Indonesia

On 16 September, four of the Year 10 Indonesian students and both students from the Year 9 class had the opportunity to go to Indonesia with their teacher, Mrs Nathan, for an intensive learning program run by ACICIS. Throughout this trip they were able to use their knowledge of Indonesia and put their language skills to the test.

Over the period of nine days they went to both Jakarta and Yogyakarta, meeting old friends…

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Leonora 2015: Highlights of Helping

Once again Leonora Bush Mission has proved to be a blessing to both the children of Leonora and to the team who spent the first week of the holidays presenting the holiday club. It was wonderful to be sharing the love of Christ with children and to know that we are welcomed by the town to do so. 16 of the team of 21 have Rehoboth connections, and included 11 students, 4 staff, and 1 former…

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Addressing the Issues: Thankfulness

As I was preparing for my devotions for my Year 12 class this week, I reflected on the importance of being thankful. It is something that is becoming less common in our 21st century world, as our expectations are forever increasing, our stress levels are rising, and the pressures of life are getting greater. We take so much for granted. Philippians 4 came to mind, which is not surprising, as it is one of my…

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Arts Festival Excellence

We had an amazing week celebrating the Rehoboth Arts Festival this year. The week commenced with a fantastic lunchtime concert by the Rehoboth Senior Worship Band, which was accompanied with a sausage sizzle by the Student Council.

The week-long event was officially opened by Mrs Crittenden, at the International Assembly on Tuesday. This year the focus was on our school theme of “One School – Many Nations”. We were greeted by a beautiful…

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2015 NAPLAN Results: Kenwick Secondary

Year 9

A comparison with national benchmarks and the NAPLAN Year 9 standards indicates strong Rehoboth results, with its mean well above the WA and National Schools Means in ALL areas tested. Compared to the State means, Numeracy (+37), Grammar and Punctuation (+34), Writing (+28), Spelling (+33), Reading (+22), are all relative strengths for this group and rated well above other means.

Year 7

A comparison with national benchmarks and the NAPLAN Year 7 standards…

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2015 NAPLAN Results: Kenwick Primary

Recently we sent home the NAPLAN results for students in Years 3 and 5 for 2015. At Rehoboth, we delight in seeing children’s progress and celebrate success. Many traits of a successful learner and, more importantly, a follower of Christ are not tested by NAPLAN or any other form of examination. As far as Literacy and Numeracy are concerned, NAPLAN is only one form of assessment and parents should be aware that students are constantly…

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2015 NAPLAN Results: Wilson Primary

Recently, the results from the Year 3 and Year 5 NAPLAN tests were sent home to parents. It is pleasing to see the school mean is above, and in most cases well above, the National average (which is itself above the State average). This year’s results were also an improvement on last year’s, which were also above both the National and Stage average.

Year 5

A comparison with National benchmarks and the NAPLAN Year 5…

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