The College Courier

11 October 2018
Issue 16, 11 October 2018
From the Principal
Whole College
Junior School
Senior School
What's On?
The HotHouse Company
Sport & Physical Education
Success Stories
Service Learning
Propeller Industries
Learning Technologies
Cocurricular Activities
Old Saints
Holiday Programs
Important Contact Details
In the news
All Saints' College
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Bull Creek, WA, 6149

From the Principal

“I think a good leader is someone who has all aspects of RIC – respect, integrity and courage.”


These were the words of one of our Year 8 boys in my Life Skills class this week, as we reflected on leadership.


We were prompted in our thinking about leadership by two things: we are soon to farewell our Class of 2018, who have been terrific leaders and role models for the younger students, and the Senior School celebrates at this week’s Investiture Service our 2019 Student Council.


While the Year 8s were generally agreed that leadership is not always about a badge and a position – any member of a community can show leadership, they said – there was also quite a degree of unity about what leadership is actually about.


When asked “What makes a good leader?”, Year 8s emphasised that an effective leader ought to:


  • have a clear vision which they are working towards
  • be a positive role model to those around them
  • be encouraging of their peers to help them be their best selves
  • be motivated, and motivate others, to do what is ‘right’
  • inspire others to ‘achieve great things’
  • tackle hard challenges with a positive mindset


Amongst these responses, it was heartening to hear just how often RIC – the College values of respect, integrity and courage – was referred to by our Year 8s as they reflected on what defines effective leadership, and I have every confidence that our 2019 Student Council will strive to embody RIC (and live up to the rest of the Year 8s' expectations!) as they prepare to take the baton from our current leaders.

We wish them well and we thank them in anticipation for the leadership they will provide in the College’s 39th year.


(A list of the 2019 Student Council members is available in the Senior School section of this edition of The College Courier.)


Ms Belinda Provis

Whole College



Keep an eye on your letterboxes as the latest editions of The Dove and Dovetails magazines will be delivered in the next week! We hope you enjoy catching up on all the news from Ewing Avenue and beyond.


The College endeavours to send one copy of The Dove/Dovetails to each household. However, you
may receive two copies of this edition if there is an Old Saint living at the same address as a current
or future parent.


If you do not receive the magazines or would like additional copies, please email [email protected]




Families who pre-ordered the 2018 Whole School Photograph are now able to collect their prints from Senior School Reception during the opening hours (8.00am – 5.00pm).



There are a limited number of prints still available for purchase, so click HERE to secure your copy now! This is truly a special memento, something your child will treasure in years to come.


The first All Saints’ College Whole School photograph was taken in 1993 when there were just 850 students from Years 1 to 12. This tradition has continued every five years since, with the College capturing a photographic record of the entire College population for posterity. Towards the end of last term, our staff and students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 were individually photographed at the College for the 2018 Whole School Photograph. 


For further information or any queries, please contact Miss Karyn Osmetti (Communications Manager) on 9313 9341 or [email protected] 



The Junior School/Senior School Columba Yearbook Photographs are now available to view and purchase on the Photo Hendriks Web Gallery.


To access the gallery:

1.        Go to


2.        Click on the All Saints’ College logo


3.        Enter password: wego13


For any queries, please contact Photo Hendriks Customer Service by emailing [email protected]


Please note: Any group photographs taken on the Follow-up Photo Day in September have not yet been added to this web gallery. Please contact Miss Karyn Osmetti (Communications Manager) to find out when these will be available: [email protected] or (08) 9313 9341



Our online ordering system allows the College Canteen to operate more efficiently. We encourage everyone to register and order online. 
Our Online Canteen is safe and easy to use, giving the Canteen a greater level of control over orders placed.
To register go to 

  • Complete the online registration form and an activation email will be sent to you.
  • Log on, add a student and credit.
  • You are ready to start ordering!

If you require help, you can phone the Online Canteen Team on 1300 116 637 from 5.30am or send an email to [email protected]



All Saints’ College believes that the safety of our students is paramount. The College values children and understands that purposeful planning and action must take place to ensure the safety of children. It balances a safety focus with positive interactions and environments that contribute to the healthy development of children.

The College takes action to protect children from physical, sexual, emotional, psychological and cultural abuse and from neglect. This commitment by the College is embedded in its culture and responsibility for taking action is understood and accepted at all levels of the school.

The College deliberately and systematically:

  • creates conditions that reduce the likelihood of harm occurring
  • creates conditions that increase the likelihood of any harm being discovered
  • responds appropriately to any disclosures, allegations or suspicions of harm.

A Child Safe Organisation

As a child safe organisation, All Saints’ College:

  • takes a preventative, proactive and participatory stance on child protection issues
  • promotes a child safe environment as the main consideration in all of its activities and management practices
  • embeds child safety in its culture and ensures it is understood at all levels of the organisation
  • maintains a dynamic process of learning, monitoring and reviewing
  • builds child safe and child friendly environments
  • understands that the participation of children is fundamental

Building a Child Safe and Friendly Culture

The College has adopted the ‘Child Safe Organisations WA: Guidelines’ to establish a framework around which to build a child safe and friendly culture. Creating and maintaining a safe and friendly organisation is a dynamic and ongoing process of learning, monitoring and reviewing processes and practices that affect the safety of young people within the College. The structure required to build a child safe and friendly culture is organised into 9 domains, the fourth of which is ‘child safe and friendly policies’.


Child Safe & Friendly Policies

Child safe and friendly policies outline a commitment to safety and how things should happen in the College – attitudes, behaviours, responsibilities and procedures. Policies must be understood, implemented and actioned every day to prevent harm.

At All Saints’ College we action this commitment in a number of ways inclusive of, but not limited to, the following examples:

  • Policies detail the College’s commitment to child safety and proactive steps taken to address child safety
  • The College has in place a Staff Code of Conduct, risk assessment and management strategies (covering planning and actioning of excursions, incursions and the Outdoor Learning Program), feedback and complaints procedures, and a Student Protection Policy that includes clear requirements regarding disclosures
  • The College has in place transparent policies that detail staff and volunteer management (including recruitment, education and development), ongoing supervision and disciplinary procedures
  • Staff are trained in the College’s child safe policies and they are discussed in a variety of forums
  • Students are supervised during Recess, lunchtime and during activities.

If you have anything to add or wish to comment on the way that this child safe domain is addressed at the College, please feel free to contact the Dean of Student Wellbeing, Mr Tim Russell, at the College by email at [email protected]


When a student is absent from school or required to leave the College during school hours due to illness, or other reasons, parents are required to contact the College on the following telephone numbers.
JUNIOR SCHOOL – (08) 9313 9334
SENIOR SCHOOL – Student Services direct line: (08) 9313 9302
Please note these numbers to ensure your call is dealt with in a speedy and efficient manner, ensuring all students are accounted for.

Junior School

From the Dean of Junior School


I hope all Junior School families were able to have a relaxing and energising break and are now ready for an engaging final term of the year. This term, students and staff will be making the most of the community they have developed throughout the year while also looking ahead towards transitioning into 2019. This is particularly exciting for Year 6 students as they enjoy their final term of Junior School while gaining increased familiarity with the Senior School students and staff. It is also a time for students to reflect on their experiences and pave the way for the next cohort who make their way to their final year of Junior School. Term 4 is a wonderful time that really benefits from great relationships and a well-oiled, resilient community of learners!




During Weeks 9 and 10 of last term, students from Pre-Primary to Year 6 learnt in depth about China and focused on the Great Wall. There was a Great Wall of China quiz competition and students used their inquiry skills to visit websites to search for answers. They had class discussion on who built the Great Wall, when/why it was built, and what it is used for today.


Some students used their deep-thinking skills and collaborated to build their own Great Wall. They were asked to imagine that tissue boxes were bricks and to construct a wall of their own, which included information about the Great Wall of China. Students from Year 3 applied the knowledge they gained from the quiz to design their bricks.



Throughout Term 3, Pre-Primary to Year 4 students collected a range of hygiene items to help homeless people in the Perth community through our Service Learning relationship with Anglicare. The items were then collected and packed by Year 2 and 3 students into blessing bags which will be distributed by our Year 10 Anglicare Ambassadors. Thank you to all of the families for your generous contribution. This project was powerful for all students and staff involved, and we look forward to this collection again next year.




Junior School Disco – Friday, 16 November 2018


The Junior School Disco which is funded by the Parents and Friends Society and organised in collaboration with Junior School staff is a highlight of the Junior School calendar. This year I am sure will be no exception.



The first round of Term 4 swimming lessons commences in Week 3 of Term 4. Further details are listed below:

Round 1: Monday, 22 October – Friday, 2 November 2018: Kindergarten, Year 1, 3 and 5

Round 2: Monday, 5 November – Friday, 16 November 2018: Pre-Primary, Year 2, 4 and 6


Junior School families received a letter regarding Term 4 Swimming Lessons on the last day of Term 3. Please refer to that letter for further information.

Ms Penelope Crane
Dean of Junior School



Parents of Years 3 to 6 students were sent out a letter regarding the new method of enrolling students for cocurricular activities in Term 4.


Registrations opened on Tuesday 9 October, with activities starting in Week 2 and finishing in the second last week of term.


To enrol your child/children in cocurricular activities for Term 4, you may either go to SEQTA - “Info & Services”- “Cocurricular Activities…”(it is at the top) or click HERE



Senior School

Special P&F Morning Tea - Year 12 Parents

To RSVP for this event, click HERE.


This week we were delighted to present badges recognising students on the Student, House and Arts Councils for 2019. We congratulate them on their selection and look forward to working with them in these significant roles. The full list can be found by clicking HERE.


Positions of student leadership at All Saints’ College provide opportunities for students to serve their community and to fulfil the College’s Mission and Vision. Through their leadership they set an example for all to follow. College leadership roles provide opportunities for students to develop and exercise intrapersonal, interpersonal and employability skills that they will be able to apply later in their lives. Importantly, as part of our child safe focus, student leadership at the College provides the opportunity for student voices to be expressed and heard. Student leadership also provides the opportunity for our young people to engage in critical and creative thinking about the operations and culture of our community.


All Saints’ College students should display a high degree of individual responsibility in upholding the ideals and rules of the College at all times. The College’s Values are:

Respect: for self and others, for community and environment.

Integrity: acting with moral strength and grace, guided by humility and compassion.

Courage: to be our best selves.


Our leaders, along with all students of the College, are expected to demonstrate these values in the way they conduct themselves and interact with others. Student leaders have a particular role to act as both guides and mentors for other members of the College.


Leadership is all about ‘service’. A Christian model for leadership is centred on Jesus’, for example, “I am among you as one who serves”. The centrality of service to Christian mission can readily be found in the blessing call to action that begins, “Go forth into the world in peace; be of good courage; hold fast to that which is good; render to no one evil for evil; strengthen the faint hearted; support the weak; help the afflicted; give honour to all; love and serve the Lord.” For these reasons our engagement in service as a community is not simply what we do; rather, it is an expression of our identity. Therefore, at All Saints’ College service and leadership are inextricably bound together. When you serve others you provide leadership within that community, and when you lead you serve others.


A wide range of service and leadership opportunities is provided for students to enable their development as individuals and members of communities, and to make a positive difference in the world. These include, but are not limited to:

·         Junior School Student Leadership Team

·         Senior School Students Council, Arts Council and House Council

·         Year 7 & 8 Service and Class Representatives

·         Year 9 Service Council

·         Service opportunities with and for our partner organisations across all year groups



As we begin our final term for 2018 and the days begin to get warmer, we move back into summer uniform. Unlike our two/three week transition into winter uniform at the beginning of Term 2, the move into summer uniform has begun from the start of this term. The reason for this is that students in summer uniform are able to wear trousers, jumpers and track suits (when in sport uniform) with summer uniform, and so are able to stay warm if the weather is a bit cool.


It is important to note that students often grow markedly across the winter period. Given the time that has passed since students last wore their summer uniform, we ask students and parents to check to ensure they are ready and fit appropriately.


Some particular points are worth noting:

  • Dress hem length must be on the middle of the knee.
  • Shoes must be black lace-ups with leather uppers. Suede, patent leather, patterns, slip-ons, stack and platform heels are not acceptable.
  • Shoes worn with the Physical Education uniform must be a sports shoe (runners, joggers) and predominantly white. Laces must be white. Surf, skate, walk or casual shoes are not acceptable, and canvas shoes (including Dunlop Volleys, Vans, Skechers and similar styles) are a safety concern when playing sport and must not be worn.
  • Students are expected to keep their hair neat and tidy at all times. Hair must be clean and neatly combed/brushed.
  • All hair that is collar length or longer must be tied back.
  • Hair is not to be styled in such a way that it is capable, at any time, of falling forwards towards or covering the eyes or face.
  • Hair ties or ribbons may be of the College pale blue, dark blue or white. Headbands, hair combs, elastics and clips, must be natural hair colour, pale blue or dark blue. 
  • Extremes of cut, style or colour are not permitted. This includes hair which is obviously dyed, undercuts, and where hair is cut to very different lengths within the one style. The Dean of Student Wellbeing has the final decision on what style or colour is considered extreme at All Saints’ College.
  • Students must always have their face clean shaven.
  • Girls may wear one pair of small, plain gold or silver matching studs or sleepers in the earlobes only, one in each ear. Students may be sent home from school if they present with piercings that cannot be removed at school. Plastic retainers are not permitted.

Students must start Term 4 with an appropriate hairstyle. Students whose hair is outside our expectations may be withdrawn from class or sent home until their hairstyle is corrected.


When purchasing sports shoes new, please be aware of uniform requirements and err on the conservative side regarding any colour on the predominantly white shoes.


Thank you for your support of these standards for College dress and appearance.


Respect for oneself, others and the College begins with the small things. The aim is to ensure that the above expectations are met by all students all the way through to the end of the academic year. I ask for parents’ support with this matter and ask that you spend some time checking your child’s uniform to ensure the above expectations are met.


Images of the correct summer uniform, for boys and girls, are shown below:


Girls’ formal summer shorts for students in Years 3–12 are now available from the Uniform Store.

Mr Timothy Russell

Dean of Student Wellbeing



Parents of current Year 11 students who have a permanent or temporary disability, chronic illness or Specific Learning Difficulty are advised that their child may be eligible to apply for Special Examination Arrangements in ATAR course examinations in 2019.


Whilst application forms are not available to the College until Term 1 of 2019, you are encouraged to contact Mrs Jeanette Sealy (Learning Support Coordinator) [email protected] in Term 4 to discuss the application process, the proposed timeline for submitting applications and the types of arrangements that might be granted by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority for these examinations in 2019.



In Week 7 of Term 3, the Year 11 Outdoor Education students completed their final camp and practical assessment for the ‘Year on the Water of the Avon and the Swan’ for their three-day White Water Kayaking Camp.


With river water levels being the highest they have been for many years on this camp, the pace of the water tested all of the students, allowing them to demonstrate the skills and techniques learnt in sessions at Shelley foreshore during the five weeks leading up to it.


This kayaking camp was the culmination of all the work these students have done throughout the entire year, working on and improving their time-management skills, organisation, teamwork, leadership, communication and knowledge about the outdoor environment. The students all did extremely well on this camp, exhibiting the skills they have learnt in Outdoor Education. The group worked very well together and are now part of a very small group of people in Perth that can say they have White Water Kayaked!


The Outdoor Education students are congratulated on their efforts and ability to step outside their comfort zone on this camp. They have achieved an incredible amount this year.



What's On?

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The HotHouse Company

The HotHouse Company presents:



Sport & Physical Education


The All Saints’ College Running Club is back for Term 4!


In Term 4, the Running Club will be held on Tuesday and Friday mornings. The first session of Term 4 will be Tuesday of Week 2 and will continue through to Week 7, with Friday, 23 November being the last session of the year.


For any enquires or more information, please contact Miss Britt Gray on [email protected]



Well done to all the students and staff who competed in the Staff vs Students Netball game which took place on the last day of Term 3. After a tough match, the staff humbly took the win by two points with both teams putting up talented athletic skills.



Thank you to all our players and parents who were involved in the 2018 Winter Basketball Season, with a special mention to all the coaches and team managers who volunteered their time and energy to guide our students through their training and games.


We had 35 teams compete in the Willetton Basketball Competition, with some teams having very successful seasons.


Eight of these teams reached their Grand Final, with five teams winning their divisions.


Congratulations to the following teams who won their Grand Finals:

A special mention goes to the ASC 008 Under 12 Girls B2 team who finished fourth overall but made the Grand Final and beat the second-placed team to take out the top spot in their grade.

Commendations also to the following team who had wonderful seasons:

ASC 022 Under 14 Girls B1 team made it to the Grand Final of their division. Below is what their coach, Lisa Biddulph, had to say about their year.


“We had a fantastic season in a really tough division. My goal for the season was to make it to the semi-finals, but we did one better and made it to the Grand Final. These girls showcase the teamwork and skills that are needed to succeed. Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the season was awarded jointly to Scarlett McVeigh and Toni Aniyi (Year 6), and the Coach’s Award to Emily Masaryk (Year 6).”

Coach of the ASC 012 Under 10 B Girls team, Juliet Masaryk, said her team had a great season overall.


“We had a rollercoaster of a season – up, down and everything in between. The girls displayed respect, integrity and courage at every game, and always had a smile on their faces.

I am very proud of these girls, and what they achieved. We can’t wait for next season.”

ASC 019 Under 10s B Team Manager Nadia Mansour said the Year 4 team had a great season.


“Our Year 4 boys had a great winter season and wrapped up the season with a picnic in the park.  

Congratulations to Ivan Ung (Year 4) on his MVP Award and Jacob Skender (Year 4) for receiving the Coach’s Award. A big thanks to Mr William Ung for stepping into the coach role late last season and for agreeing to coach our boys for the 2018/2019 Summer Season.”

Well done to all our teams this year for their effort, dedication and commitment to training and games. We hope to see you next year for another successful season.


Each season we continue to grow, and we encourage any new players who want to join or are thinking of getting into a team to come and see what it’s all about. For more information about the All Saints’ College Basketball Club, contact Mr Mike Pinker (Sports Administrator) [email protected]

Success Stories

We are always pleased to acknowledge the successes of our students and would be delighted to hear of their achievements. Please email: [email protected]

Congratulations to the following students on their fine achievements.


The College congratulates Abbyghail Richards (Year 11) who achieved a medal at the WA State Rowing Championships on Sunday, 16 September 2018. She was a member of the Women’s D Grade Eight, rowing in bow for Swan River Rowing Club.


Commendations to Alexander Mackinlay (Year 6) who has been selected to represent WA as part of Basketball WA’s Under 14 Metro Men’s Team who will compete at the 2019 Southern Cross Challenge Tournament in Victoria from 18–21 January.


The College commends Year 12 student, Claire Nelson, who was selected as a finalist in the Wool4Schools Design Competition.


Wool4School is an annual student fashion design competition open to all Australian school students from Years 7 to 12. The competition invites students to design an outfit using a minimum of 80% Australian Merino wool. The outfit must contain a minimum of one piece and show the student’s creative and innovative approach to fashion.


Claire was one of 10 Year 12 short-listed finalists from Western Australia selected for the final judging.


Congratulations to Caitlin Mackinlay (Year 4) and her Western Australian Basketball League (WABL) U12 Tigers Team who won their Grand Final on Sunday, 23 September 2018. 


Congratulations to the following students who received High Distinctions or Medals in the ICAS Mathematics Competition held on Tuesday, 14 August 2018:



Well done to Nicole H Li (Year 5) who won First Prize in the Piano Recital Under 16 category at North of Perth Music Festival held in September 2018.


One of the adjudicators of the competition, Mr Graeme Gilling, Head of Performance and Keyboard Studies at The University of Western Australia said, “it was so amazing that a 10-year-old could understand and play Bach pieces to that level.”


Nicole was the youngest contestant in her section and has been invited to perform at the Winners’ Concert on Saturday, 20 October 2018.

Nicole also won First Prize in the Piano Solo, Certificate of Performance (Romantic Section) at the 80th South Suburban Music Eisteddfod on Saturday, 6 and Sunday, 7 October 2018. She has also been invited to perform at the Winners’ Concert on Sunday, 4 November 2018.


Commendations to Olivia Clinckers (Year 9) who was selected for the Orchestral Program at the Ingenium Academy, an International Music Summer School in the United Kingdom (UK).


Olivia attended the school from 22 July to 5 August 2018 where she lived at Winchester College, Hampshire with students from around the world.


Over the two-week period, Olivia studied and performed with fellow class members, attended private lessons, masterclasses and workshops and practised her flute playing for between four and seven hours each day.


Well done to Sarah Gerovich (Year 7) and Chloe Ng (Year 3) who both competed in the SynchroWA 2018 September Figure Competition on Saturday, 15 September at Melville LeisureFit. 


Sarah placed second in the 13–15-year-old National Stream and Chloe placed third in the Under 10 State Stream. Sarah and Chloe are both members of the Supanova Synchronised Swimming Club.


The College congratulates Zipporah Fish and Tiahna Websdale (Year 7) who were both selected to represent Western Australia in the 2018 Touch 12s Team and will compete at the School Sport Australia National Championships in Hobart from 20–27 October 2018.


Congratulations to the following students who competed at the North of Perth Music Festival on Friday, 7 September 2018:


Zoey Chia (Year 5): Awarded First Prize in the Grade 8 Romantic section of the North of Perth Music Festival and has been invited to perform at the Winners’ Concert on Saturday, 20 October 2018. 


Devon Lake (Year 10): Awarded First Prize in the Classical Under 16 category for the second year in a row.


The College commends Noah Dean, Alexander Mackinlay and Ruan Rademeyer (Year 6) who represented All Saints’ College Swimming Club at the State Junior Short Course Swimming Championships on Saturday, 22 and Sunday, 23 September 2018 at HBF Stadium.


All three students achieved personal best times, with Alexander winning State Champion for 12 years old 100m backstroke, Runner-up 200m backstroke and third place for 50m backstroke. Noah received third place for the 11 years old 100m backstroke and 200m backstroke. 


Well done also to Alex and Noah whose Jets 037 basketball team won the Willetton Basketball Association Under 12A Grand Final on Saturday, 15 September 2018. This is their second consecutive Grand Final win.


Congratulations to the following students who achieved amazing results in the recent WA Music Teachers’ Association Recital & Concerto Competition:


Zoey Chia (Year 5): Section 8 - First Prize (Edward Black Memorial Prize) and recipient of The Goh Family Award for Outstanding Piano Performance.


Claudia D'Silva (Year 9): Section 7 – First Prize (The AMEB Award) and recipient of The Thomas Chvojka Award for Most Promising Instrumentalist Other Than Piano.


James Lund (Year 10): Section 4 – Second Prize (The AMEB Award) and recipient of The Jocelyn Kotchie Composition Award for Best Original Composition.


Liam O'Keefe (Year 7): Concerto Section 10 – Winner of the Zenith Music Award and recipient of The AUSTA Encouragement Award.


Arielle Lu (Year 11): Section 11 – Winner of The AMEB Award.


Congratulations to Jing Quan Chong (Year 5) who placed second in the Grade 7 Solo section of the West Australian Piano Competition on 25 August 2018.


The College congratulates Cooper Eves (Year 11) who has been selected for the Associated and Catholic Colleges of WA (ACC) Boys' All Stars Basketball Team for 2018. The team will compete against the School Sport WA combined government schools team on Sunday, 14 October at Bendat Stadium.


The Music Department is always pleased to acknowledge the successes of our students and encourage anyone to contact us with any exam results, performance or other musical achievements: [email protected]

Service Learning


Term 3 was a very busy term, packed full of great Service Learning activities and opportunities at the College.


The Year 10 students who took on Service Leadership positions for 2018 have been working hard at providing a variety of services to some of our key College partners, including The Salvation Army, Nulsen Disability Services and Amana Living. We also saw the Year 10 Service Leaders provide wonderful support to the Junior School through the newly established Literacy Mentors program that pairs Senior School and Junior School students in an aim to improve both students’ literacy. These programs have been a wonderful success and we are looking forward to welcoming the energetic Year 9 students who will step into the Service Leadership roles in 2019.


Term 3 also saw the Junior School students demonstrate their strong dedication to Service through the collection and packing of ‘Blessing Bags’ for The Salvation Army. The Year 2–4 students worked to collect hundreds of toiletries and personal care items to donate to people living with homelessness. With the help of the Anglicare Ambassadors, the students packed hygiene products into small gift bags to give to these people.



The Year 8 students celebrated the end of Term 3 with an exciting social at Bounce. The students had a wonderful time exploring the thrilling venue, as well as donating the profits from the event to Rebound WA, who recently visited the College to run a Staff vs Students Wheelchair Basketball game.



The Year 5 students have been exceptionally busy collecting items for the All Saints’ Parish Food Collection, accumulating over 700 items so far. Thank you to everyone who supported the community and provided food for those in need.



Term 4 looks just as busy, with an array of Service activities occurring as we continue to serve the community with our Heads, Hearts, and Hands. Of particular note is the upcoming visit by students from the Bayulu Remote Community School who are coming to visit Perth for a week later in the term. Year 11 and 12 students visited the Bayulu community on our Teach Learn Grow Fitzroy Crossing Immersion Trip in the middle of the year, and are looking forward to hosting their buddies here at All Saints’.

Propeller Industries

In Term 4, Year 8 Creative Industries students are choosing what to design and make and what problems to solve. They will apply their two-years of design thinking to create wonderful new products for Runway or innovative solutions for problems they care about.


The Year 10 Creative Industries students are also choosing how to invest their time in Term 4. They have chosen from: Passion Project, $20 Boss; Wolf-Pack Leadership Training; Mentoring Younger Students; and Social Enterprise. We look forward to seeing how they learn and grow this term.



Nine students from Years 4–11 attended the Millennium Kids United Nations Conference over the holidays. Millennium Kids (which is a new partner of Propeller Industries) has spent the last 20 years empowering students to improve the planet one change at a time.

We were happy to launch our partnership during the school holidays with this workshop. Over the course of three days, students from across the state focused on the UN Sustainability Goals for 2030. During the workshops, students toured the Red Hill Landfill facility, the Suez Recycling Centre, and had a sneak-peek into the Precious Plastic machines that we will have on campus in 2019.



Our pop-up shop, Runway, which was designed by a Year 5 student in 2017 and built by our maintenance staff, is open in Term 4 at Wanju Café!


Currently, the shop features Years 10 and 11 students’ “$20 Boss” enterprises, and the Year 6 students’ cleaning products.


Going forward, the shop will display the goods and services of enterprising students from all year levels, and we hope it will become a daily feature of life at the College.


Runway will remain in place at Wanju as a trial for the remainder of this year.


If you would like to purchase something from Runway, please take the item to the counter at Wanju. Otherwise students will be present to sell at 8.00am – 8.50am and 3.30pm – 4.30pm, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Other students keen to sell their items in Runway are encouraged to email Head of Propeller Industries, Ms Laura Strentz: [email protected]

Learning Technologies


Internet Explorer (IE) is getting a bit old and tired these days – SEQTA will officially not support IE from next year onwards and if this is the main internet browser you use I encourage you to start using Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge – I use both. Here is how you change your default browser in Windows 10.


Laptops in bags

The TSC staff will always send students back to class if they have not brought the laptop over in its bag. Please understand the importance of this – in the last week of Term 3  we had 16 laptops badly damaged so it is vital that we always have the laptops in a bag. If the laptop is damaged, even in the bag, there is a charge of $100 to have the laptop fixed under warranty.

PowerPoint screen recording

Having the ability to record your screen is incredibly useful. Here is how to use PowerPoint to do a screen recording 

This could be used in so many ways!

Assistive Technology Tip

Microsoft Edge enables you to select any text on a web page and have it read to you.

Accessing text-to-speech and having text read aloud to you is just a click away when browsing in Microsoft Edge.

  • Open the Microsoft Edge browser
  • Search for your topic of interest
  • Right click on text and select the 'Read Aloud' option
  • Adjust the reading speed and voice via the read aloud tool bar which appears in the top, right of the browser
  • Use the tool bar forward, back and play/pause triangles to jump to which parts of the text you would like to hear

New filtering options in RollCall

RollCall is the program we use to enrol in cocurricular activities at the College. This week Junior School students from Years 3-6 were able to view and sign up for their activities in RollCall.


RollCall is developed by parent Alex Pooley who has worked closely with College ICT staff to meet our needs.


A recent update includes the ability to filter choices better by term, area, day and time.

Mr Greg Port 

Head of ICT Integration

Cocurricular Activities

Robotics Club

Three All Saints’ College Robotics teams competed at the 2018 Australian Open National RoboCup Junior Competition in Melbourne from 5 – 7 October 2018. Around 700 students from across Australia participated in the event, with teams also coming from Korea and China.


This National competition is open to all Primary and Secondary school-aged students from across Australia.


Congratulations to the following students who received outstanding results:

Rescue Category:

Rémi Hart (Year 10) and Thomas Fell-Smith (Year 10): Fourth

Jay Raffel (Year 11) and Mason Morgillo (Year 11): Seventh


Maze Category

Liam Levingston (Year 11) and Joel Walkemeyer (Year 12): Seventh

Cocurricular Activities in Term 4


To register for Senior School cocurricular activities for Term 4 on SEQTA, click HERE



Parents of Year 3 to 6 students were sent a letter regarding the new method of enrolling students for cocurricular activities for Term 4.


Registrations opened on Tuesday 9 October, with activities starting in Week 2 and finishing in the second last week of term.


To enrol your child/children in the cocurricular activities for Term 4, you may either go to SEQTA - “Info & Services”- “Cocurricular Activities…”(it is at the top) or click HERE

Old Saints

The Former Students’ Association (Old Saints) was established in 1986, with the objective of connecting past and future graduates of All Saints’ College. An active and dedicated Committee acts as the ‘voice’ of the Old Saints and facilitates opportunities to enhance our College community.



Our wonderful alumni network are invited to an evening tour of All Saints’ College on Friday, 2 November from 5.30pm – 8.30pm – exclusive to Old Saints!


• Staff will join you on a behind the scenes tour of the College with plenty of unique experiences along the way.
• Enjoy magic tricks, beer and wine; College rock, jazz and string performances; plus interactive displays of the College, art, delicious bites.
• Catch up with a host of current and former teachers!
• Win $1000 cash, or a $2000 discount off the endowment fee for your child’s enrolment, plus many other surprises!
• Babysitting available.


This is a free, 18+ event for Old Saints and their partners.

RSVP HERE by Sunday, 28 October 2018. Go into the draw to win a $100 gift voucher if you register by Sunday, 21 October! (Must be in attendance to win).

Visit the Old Saints Facebook page for updates!



Old Saint Reunions are held every five years for our former students to reconnect in a social and enjoyable setting. Most recently the Class of 1988 enjoyed their 30 Year Reunion on Friday, 14 September 2018 at the Young George, East Fremantle.


We are grateful to the many former and current staff members who attend the Old Saint Reunions, as it is always such a highlight for the former students to reunite with them after many years. Thank you to former staff members, Mr Stan Balding, Mr Bruce Groves, Mrs Léonie Kirk,  Mrs Marilyn Knox,  Mr Anthony RadichMrs Robin van Dongen and Mrs Patricia Tyrrell for attending the 30 Year Reunion.


Holiday Programs

Vacation Care Program for children aged 3 - 12

Vacation Care enables students to participate in a vibrant and energetic recreational program that is both stimulating and enjoyable. The children feel comfortable and secure, and, most importantly, have fun as they take part in an engaging program that fosters creativity, curiosity and wellbeing.

Further information can be found by clicking HERE.


October School Holiday Program

All Saints' College's October School Holiday Program took place over three days in the second week of the school holidays.


Children aged 9-17 years old across Perth visited ASC to participate in a number of exciting programs, including; Flower Crown Workshop, Barista Masterclass, Futsal Workshop, Candle Making Class, Laser Tag/Ultimate Slotracer,  a full-day Minecraft Camp, Rainbow Lollipop Drip Cake Workshop and much more!


Click HERE or on the video below to view some highlights from the programs that occurred over the school holidays at All Saints' College. 


The College also hosted Code Camp and Firetech Australia Workshops, where children enjoyed exploring coding, robotics, video game design, and drones.

School Holiday Program dates 2019:

Tuesday, 15 January - Thursday, 17 January 2019


Dates for our other 2019 School Holiday Programs will be released early next year on the College Facebook page and website.
For further information email: [email protected] 


Another program run throughout the recent school holidays was the Grandparents and Grandchildren's Art Workshop held on Thursday, 27 September 2018.


During this special three-hour workshop, the ASC grandparents and their grandchildren received step-by-step tuition as they painted their own 'Rottnest Lighthouse' masterpieces.


The College hopes all of the participants had a wonderful experience and we look forward to hosting similar opportunities in the near future.


If you would like to join our free Grandparents and Friends' Club, please email Mr Ben Dahlstrom (Director of Marketing and Community Relations) [email protected]



The position of P&F President is limited to a three-year-term and, as such, current P&F President Tracey Ash will be stepping down from the role at the AGM early next year. We will formally thank Tracey for her hard work on behalf of the College community at a later stage.


As a result, the P&F Committee and the College are now seeking expressions of interest from parents and guardians for this role, along with other positions such as the Vice President.

These important positions within the All Saints’ community are supported by the P&F Executive and the College’s Administrative staff.


For more information regarding this, please contact our Director of Community Relations, Mr Ben Dahlstrom, at [email protected] for a confidential discussion.



To book, click HERE


Next P&F Meeting: Wednesday, 17 October 2018. Commences at 7.00pm in the Boardroom (located in the Senior School Reception).



To book for the Cooking for the Homeless event, click HERE


Wanju Café


Monday to Friday: 8.00am - 11.00am AND 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Thank you for helping us reach 200 Likes! 300 Likes is our next goal. Can you help us reach it? To access the Wanju Cafe Facebook page, click HERE



Young children and their parents or guardians within the local community have enjoyed the opportunity to connect and share experiences through All Saints’ College’s recently established Playgroup.


In partnership with Playgroup WA, the program is held in our Lower Theatre on Tuesday mornings during term time for children aged between 0 and 3 years old, and their parents or guardians.


This new College initiative offers a setting for children to learn how to get along with others, try new ways of playing and become familiar with a school environment.


The young participants enjoy a range of indoor and outdoor activities which promote early literacy and numeracy skills, as well as sharing in a morning tea with their loved ones and new friends.


All Saints’ welcomes new families in the wider community to join our Playgroup and enjoy the benefits of socialising in a relaxed, fun and supportive environment.


To learn more and to register, please visit

ASC Canteen


Monday to Friday: 7.30am - 2.00pm

Why not order your lunch online?! Register today at

To view the College Canteen menu on SEQTA, please click HERE



Important Contact Details

Senior School - student absence, lateness, queries

Student Services (08) 9313 9302  (8.00am - 4.00pm - Term Time)


Junior School - student absence, lateness, queries

Junior School Reception (08) 9313 9334 (8.00am - 5.00pm - Term Time)


TSC - technical help desk, log on queries

TSC Help Desk  (08) 9313 9363 (7.00am - 5.00pm - Monday to Friday)


Accounts - pay school fees, tours/incidentals

Pay fees, tours/incidentals (08) 9313 9365 (8.30am - 4.30pm - Monday to Friday)

Queries on fees (08) 9313 9313 (8.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday)


Senior School Reception 

General enquiries (08) 9313 9333 (8.00am - 5.00pm - Daily)


Uniform Store

Uniform Store Manager - Michelle Read  (08) 9313 9301


Monday:  7.30am – 11.30am
Wednesday: 12.30pm – 5.30pm
Thursday: 12.30pm – 5.30pm
Friday: 7.30am – 2.00pm

Health Centre

(08) 9313 9326

Aquatic Centre

(08) 9313 9386


In the news

Djoowak: The Beyond Boundaries Institute Director on ABC Radio


Aidan Smith and the Microsoft Office Championship

Click HERE to read more about Aidan Smith in APC Magazine.

Helen Aguiar appointed as Principal at Perth College

Click HERE to read more about Helen's appointment published in the Guardian Express.

Have Sum Fun Online Success

Click HERE to read about the Have Sum Fun Online winners in the Melville Times.

Cancer Council celebrates 20 years

Click HERE to read more about the College's involvement with the Cancer Council.

Anglican Schools Australia 

Click HERE to read more about All Saints' Service opportunities in ASA News.

The College Courier
L-R: Scarlett McVeigh, Katie Biddulph, Zoe Wilkinson, Emily Masaryk, Toni Aniyi, Rebecca Griffiths, Megan Smith and behind is Coach Lisa Biddulph.
L-R: Assistant coach Emily Masaryk, Carys Powell, Caitlin Mackinlay, Penelope Duff, Asha Hart, Chloe Maxwell, Stephanie Masaryk, Linda Wei, Charlotte Bailey and behind Coach Juliet Masaryk.
Front (L-R): Tyler Wheeler, Aidan Orlando, Ivan Ung, Jake Hermawan, Hamish Rajmohan and Jacob Skender. Back (L-R): behind William Ung (Coach) and Nadia Mansour (Manager) Absent: Rohan Singh
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ASC Under12s B2
L-R: Zipporah Fish and Tiahna Websdale
Noah Dean (Second from left) and Alexander Mackinlay (third from left)
L-R: Mason Morgillo, Jay Raffel, Thomas Fell-Smith, Rémi Hart, Liam Levingston and Joel Walkemeyer