Principal’s Comment – 10th May 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

A busy week has seen much activity both in an out of the School, with wintry weather conditions adding a bit of ‘spice’.

Outdoor Education

Our Year 11 and 12 students had the perfect opportunity to hone their bush camping skills in some inclement weather in the Condingup area.

Principal’s Comment – 3rd May 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

Good afternoon and welcome back to my ‘Comment’ after a bit of a gap. During my personal leave family matters stabilised somewhat, which was a relief; my thanks for the many expressions of kind concern.

PThe week has started well with a visit by the Revd.

Principal’s Comment – 29th March 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

Good afternoon and I hope that you have had a good week. Certainly there have been good things happening at the School as we move into the final stages of the term.

Year 11 and Year 12 Parent-Student-Teacher Meeting

This was a constructive and convivial occasion, which should have helped in the whole process of providing useful feedback.

Principal’s Comment – 22nd March 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

It has been good to be back in Esperance, and at the School, after a week of meetings with the ASC and the Diocese. Happily, there was much that was constructive in these and I took much delight from the many positive comments about our excellent ATAR results and success with Big Picture.

5 benefits of playing music

Learning how to play a musical instrument is more than just a hobby. Many people develop a deep appreciation for playing music after learning an instrument at school. The benefits of playing music can be physical, mental and spiritual. Time and again, science has shown that learning how to play a musical instrument benefits both adults and children, and it is often linked to better learning outcomes in school.

Principal’s Comment – 8th March 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

The end of another week and it looks like it might also be the end of the summer heat. Our tennis players travelled all the way to Albany for the Fast Fours tennis and experienced so much bad weather there that they did not hit a ball, the tournament eventually being cancelled.

Principal’s Comment – 1st March 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

A long weekend in prospect and, hopefully, the chance to draw breath. Although EACS Brekkie Bytes keeps you posted of affairs on a day-to-day basis there are a few points to be made here.

Study Skills

The ‘Elevate’ study skills programme, which was delivered to all students this week, again proved to be a highly informative and worthwhile process.