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Wondrous Treasure, Expeditions, and Scurvy! Year 4 at the Maritime Museums

It was a day beautiful weather, amazing discoveries, and learning encounters by students and parents. Previous Next Recently, the Wilson Year 4 class went on an excursion to Fremantle to visit the Shipwrecks and the Maritime Museum. Here are three poems students wrote in response to their day: In Fremantle by the sea, there’s a …

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Lunchtime Activities Help to Build Christian Community

Year 11 students from Kenwick invaded the Wilson Campus at lunchtimes recently to teach Year 4-5 students about God and have some fun with them. Previous Next As part of their Christian Studies program, the Year 11 students used their God-given gifts to teach the Primary students a new skill and make a connection that …

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To the Sunburnt Ear: Remembering the ANZACs 2018

Despite it being a week after the official observance, Rehoboth Christian College held the annual ANZAC Remembrance Assembly on Friday, 4 May. Mr Farr’s Year 4 students recited the poem, “To the Sunburnt Ear” by Tony Gunter. They explained the history and the purpose behind the Slouch Hat worn by Australian Military, which inspired the …

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