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Meet Dr Kimberley Goh

We’ve covered some fantastic student achievements over the last couple of weeks; now it’s time to acknowledge one of our staff. Miss Goh being conferred her doctorate by the Curtin University Chancellor, Dr Andrew Crane We would like to say a huge congratulations to Miss Kimberley Goh, our Primary Music teacher, on completing her PhD …

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Heat and Humidity No Barrier for Athletic Tori

Tori Moss (Year 9) was selected to represent WA in the International Athletics Championships, held in Singapore on 11-12 July. The Championships allowed Tori to put her Little Athletics training to the test against a tough field of competitors. The heat and humidity of Singapore didn’t stop Tori from earning an impressive three medals from …

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Year 5-6 21st Century Skills Workshops

The Year 5 and 6 students at Rehoboth have met together a few times throughout the Term to learn more about some of the 21st century skills that they will need for their future. 21st century skills include things such as collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, public speaking, research, organisation and presentation skills. During these seminars, …

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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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