Principal’s Christmas Message 2018

Principal’s Christmas Message 2018

This is a time of year when, despite the blizzard of commercialism, we pause for thought about the meaning of Christmas for us in the benign surroundings of Esperance.

The concept of stables, wise men and angels may be a bit obscure but stars and clear night skies, when the silence thrums, gives us a sense of what Edmund Sears wrote in his poem It Came Upon the Midnight Clear (and put to music as a carol by Arthur Sullivan of Gilbert and Sullivan fame). Indeed the words of this carol convey the real essence of what Christmas is about, even in the 21st Century.

Anzac connections with Esperance

Anzac connections with Esperance

The commemoration of our involvement in the First World War (WWI) is an opportunity to honour the sacrifice made by the Anzacs, as well as the generations of servicemen and women who have defended our values and freedoms in wars and conflicts throughout history.

From the Principal: Christmas Message

From the Principal: Christmas Message

Christmas is all about the eternal Son of God humbling Himself to ‘become flesh and dwell among us’ (John 1:14). He didn’t come here on a holiday from Heaven, but ‘to serve and to give His life as a ransom for many’ (Mark 10:45). He came to restore to us the God-given life that had been lost through the disobedience and rebellion of our forefather, Adam.

7 fun school holiday activities for the family

The school holidays are a time for relaxation and rest. Teenagers need to take time out of their busy school schedules in order to stay mentally fit. However, keeping the kids entertained for two weeks can be another story altogether. How long will it take before you hear the words, ‘I’m bored’?

We understand the pressures that parents face in keeping their children entertained and happy, without breaking the bank.