The College Courier

08 March 2018
Issue No 4, 8 March 2018
From the Principal
Whole College
Junior School
Senior School
What's On?
The HotHouse Company
Sport & Physical Education
Success Stories
Service Learning
Propeller Enterprises
Learning Technologies
Cocurricular Activities
Holiday Programs
Important Contact Details
In the news
All Saints' College
Senior School (08) 9313 9333
Ewing Avenue
Bull Creek, WA, 6149

From the Principal


What will I do when I don’t know what to do?

This is a commonly and methodically asked question at All Saints’ College: each of us is often, after all (regardless of our age and stage in life), challenged on a regular basis by situations of which we’ve had no former experience.


And, as we discuss with all students across the College, as each of us navigates our way through the uncharted territory called ‘life’, we sometimes need help to know what to do when we don’t know what to do.


It is important that our young people carry confidently with them, on campus and beyond, a toolkit packed full of handy strategies to navigate the landscape of life. For an ASC student, amongst other things that toolkit will include experience and / or knowledge of the Christian faith, awareness of the Seven Habits and, of course, RIC.


When life throws at us an experience for which we were not prepared, and of which we’ve no previous experience, we remind our young people to “Ask RIC.”


RIC represents our College values - a compass to guide us through life’s simplest quandaries as well as the trickiest of circumstances - and we thank all families for reinforcing at home with our young people the usefulness of RIC, as staff do each day on campus:


Respect: what is the respectful thing for me to do in this situation, out of respect for myself and others, for my community and for my environment?


Integrity: what choice might I make here which will show moral strength and grace, humility and compassion?


Courage: what action ought I take in this situation as I strive to be my very best self?

Ms Belinda Provis

Whole College

Whole College 

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.



Please visit: and log in

Forgot your password? Email: [email protected]

To update your information:

  • go to My Details; (each parent or guardian will have to update their own);
  • click on your name;
  • change (edit) any personal particulars (eg phone number, address etc).

Once your personal details have been updated:

  • click on each additional member of your family and update:
  • Medical, Immunisation and Ability information that has changed
  • Parent Contacts to indicate any contact information you would like shared with other parents (IMPORTANT you must check at least one box to see other parents’ details);
  • Excursions to provide consent relating to off-campus excursions.

A video guide (below) has been developed for how to access SEQTA and the Synportal more generally.



As part of the continual development of our online environment, the College is researching parent / guardian needs from our SEQTA / Portal / Synergetic platforms.

To help us build a better online ecosystem for you, we are asking for your input into a focus group being held at the College in the near future on Wednesday, 28 March – 6.00pm – 8.00pm


A professional facilitator is running the session and is very experienced in working with focus groups; it is an interesting experience for those that have not done one before.


All you would need to do is bring along your phone, phone charger and / or laptop or iPad – whatever device you would normally use to log into SEQTA on your phone for example. We will provide finger food, tea, coffee and alcoholic refreshments.​

It is not technically challenging, rather gathering everyone’s thoughts on what we have now and what might be in the future.


This focus group will play a very important part in the research component of our new parent / guardian online ecosystem under development. I thank you in advance for your support. Numbers are capped at 10 per group so please email [email protected] to secure your place.







Mr Timothy Russell and Ms Louise Elscot are organising the third annual fundraising art exhibition: Connected³ for Nulsen Disability Services next term.


We are looking for students and the wider community (parents/grandparents/friends) to create artworks to enter in the exhibition. Interested students and community members will receive a free 30cm x 30cm canvas on which to create their artwork. All the artworks will be auctioned online, commencing on the Opening Night which is Friday, 15 June, with all money raised donated to Nulsen Disability Services.


Students will be automatically entered into the Students’ Art Awards categories, with prizes of gift vouchers for the winning students.


Pre-Kindergarten – Year 2        $50 voucher


Years 3 – 4                                           $50 voucher
Years 5 – 6                                           $50 voucher


Years 7 – 8                                           $50 voucher


Years 9 – 10                                        $100 voucher


Years 11 – 12                                     $100 voucher
In 2016, our first year, we gave away over 200 canvases and raised $4 404. In 2017 we gave away over 210 canvases and raised $4 825. Let’s beat $5 000 this year!


For Terms and Conditions please click HERE


For Information Package please click HERE


For Registration Form please click HERE


For further information please contact Ms Louise Elscot:  [email protected]



The 2018 All Saints’ College Pasar Malam Twilight Market was arguably the biggest and best one yet!


On Friday, 23 February, more than 4 000 community members converged on our College oval to enjoy the live entertainment, participate in some exciting activities, peruse more than 50 market stalls, and sample some delicious cultural cuisines and beverages.

This year’s highly successful Pasar Malam was due to the efforts of many people. We thank our Parents and Friends’ (P&F) Society for their generosity, our Student Council who helped in a variety of ways, the College’s Grounds and Maintenance teams for all their hard work behind the scenes, and the many staff, student and parent volunteers. Well done also to our College Events team for their wonderful organisation and running of this event.


We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 Pasar Malam!

To view more images from the Pasar Malam 2018, click HERE


Junior School

From the Dean of Junior School

The Junior School Year 3 – 6 Interhouse Swimming Carnivals were held on Friday, 2 March at the All Saints’ College Aquatic Centre. Junior School Sports Captains Scarlett McVeigh and Alexander Mackinlay (Year 6) opened each carnival with an Acknowledgement of Country and words of encouragement, good sportsmanship and courage to strive for personal bests.


The House Captains, under the guidance of Miss Kylie Chatto and the House bay staff, gave all for their Houses, including leading the cheering, promoting sportsmanship and House spirit.


Both carnivals were highly successful due to the support of staff and parents, and the positive, purposeful and well-mannered behaviour of our students.


Our thanks to the Friends of Sport for organising refreshments for the day.


The overall winning House, along with individual students, will be acknowledged at our next Junior School assembly on Friday, 23 March in the Centre for Performing Arts.


Congratulations to all of our students who participated with great endeavour and sportsmanship.



First – O’Connor

Second – Forrest

Third – Cowan

Fourth – Durack

Fifth – Murdoch

Sixth – Stirling


Congratulations to Durack, the winners of our Spirit Trophy!


Ms Penelope Crane
Dean of Junior School

To view more photos from the Year 3 and 4 Junior School Swimming Carnival, click HERE

To view more photos from the Year 5 and 6 Junior School Swimming Carnival, click HERE





Senior School


Information that was previously located in the Homework Diary has been relocated in SEQTA so that it is easily accessible to students and families.


Policies relating to uniform, lateness, and other procedures may be found as individual documents. Parents who have used the notes at the back of the Diary to explain lateness or a uniform mishap and have run out can also find them in SEQTA. The graphic below shows where they are all located for your use. It may be good practice to print off one or two sheets of the notes and keep them at home, or in the car for that last-minute communication.


The graphic shows SEQTA Engage for parents; the page in SEQTA Learn for students is the same.



The College is fortunate to host several students from overseas for varying lengths of time each year and has associations with different organisations across the globe. 


The students love their experience of Western Australian and the All Saints’ College culture, and are very grateful for the generosity shown to them by the ASC families who host them. In turn, we enjoy getting to know them and learn about their countries of origin.


Through our partnership with one particular organisation, goYonder, we hosted three Venetian students in 2017. We currently have with us Anna Giovine (Year 11) who will study at the College for Semester 1. We have invited three more students from Venice to join us later this year for stays of three months each. In this arrangement, host families are paid an amount of money each week (approximately $290) towards the cost of including an extra member in their family.


We expect to host Elisa Brocca from Venice in Term 2. We are grateful that a College family has already offered to host Elisa for most of the term, but require another family to host her for the final two weeks of her stay, from Sunday, 17 June to Saturday, 30 June, after which she departs for her home in Italy.


In Term 3 we will host Pietro Corezzola and Isotta Zanon. We are also seeking two families to host Pietri and Isotta - ideally one with a boy for Pietro in Senior School and one with a girl for Isotta.


Please contact the College’s Dean of Student Wellbeing, Steven Davies ([email protected]), if you are interested in hosting any of our visiting Italian students (for three month stays) and would like more information.


Mr Steven Davies

Dean of Student Wellbeing



All Saints’ College has partnered with – a registered training organisation (RTO) – to host UMAT testing on campus in return for a discount to our students who wish to sit the examinations.


A high UMAT score is needed along with very strong ATAR results to gain entry into medicine at university.


The two-day workshop is taking place on Thursday, 26 April 2018 - Friday, 27 April 2018 in Building 8, rooms 3.1 and 3.2.


The discount applies for students enrolling in the Platinum Package only. Use the school code ASC and password ASCh9e4yo to secure the discount. Click here for the link.


Spaces are very limited, so please move quickly if this is of interest. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]


You can download a short 'how to apply the discount code' guide below.



On Friday, 23 February, the Year 10 Art students travelled to Heathcote Museum & Gallery to see the Southern Perspectives Exhibition, which showcased the work of 2017’s Year 12 Visual Art students from selected high schools south of the river.


The exhibition consisted of drawings, paintings, installations, sculptures and mixed media works. The sheer talent and depth of ideas displayed were both inspiring and overwhelming for the students.


After a good hour of admiring, analysing and simply appreciating the exhibition, students ventured outside to enjoy the perfect drawing atmosphere that Heathcote offers. Surrounded by an expanse of glistening river, pristine coastline and cliff-face, as well as the infamous Heathcote boat playground, all the Art students delved into drawing both the small and large aspects of the environment around them.


Overall, the Art excursion displayed what students can achieve as possible future artists, and the level that they can aspire to. The exhibition was incredibly motivating and aspirational, mixed on a palette of another enjoyable day of art.




For the first time at All Saints’ College, Year 11 and 12 students have enjoyed Personal Enrichment Periods scattered throughout their timetable. Known as PEP sessions, the purpose of these periods is to allow our Senior School students some ownership and control over their learning.


Students are involved in both Academic and Wellbeing periods to allow them time to work through some study, catch up with staff members, or look after their wellbeing by getting involved in physical, creative or restful sessions which allow them to take their mind off their Academic studies for a short period of time. So far the sessions have been successful, and we are looking forward to continuing to develop and adapt our Personal Enrichment Programs to cater for each student’s individual needs.


There are many special events that are held for our Year 12s throughout the year and the All Saints’ College Ball is one of those which creates special memories for all that attend. Invitations were given out recently and the excitement amongst the year group is at a high.


The College Ball will be held on Saturday, 28 April 2018 during the school holidays, and information has been sent to all Year 12 students and their families. If you have any questions or queries, please contact Year 11 – 13 Coordinator, Mr Oliver Beath: [email protected]



What's On?

WANT TO PLAN FURTHER AHEAD? Click HERE to visit our 2018 College Calendar

It is not every day that we welcome a Nobel Prize winner to the College, so we are excited,  in partnership with Dymocks, Garden City, to be bringing Professor Barry Marshall to the College on Thursday, 5 April. Professor Marshall is the author of How to win a Nobel Prize, for ages 9 to 12, which is based on ten-year-old Mary who stumbles upon a secret meeting of Nobel Prize winners and is taken on a journey back in time to learn the secrets of the world’s greatest scientists, including Einstein, Marie Curie and more. Professor Marshall, and Mary herself, will be at the event in our CPA and you can learn more by visiting



We are looking for students and the wider community (parents/grandparents/friends) to create artworks to enter in the exhibition. 


Students will be automatically entered into the Students’ Art Awards categories, with prizes of gift vouchers for the winning students.


Pre-Kindergarten – Year 2        $50 voucher

Years 3 – 4                                           $50 voucher

Years 5 – 6                                           $50 voucher

Years 7 – 8                                           $50 voucher

Years 9 – 10                                        $100 voucher

Years 11 – 12                                     $100 voucher


In 2016, our first year, we gave away over 200 canvases and raised $4 404. In 2017 we gave away over 210 canvases and raised $4 825. Let’s beat $5 000 this year!


For Terms and Conditions please click HERE

For Information Package please click HERE

For Registration Form please click HERE


For further information please contact

Ms Louise Elscot:  [email protected]


To book, click HERE


The Year 9 – 12 Piano and Voice Recital will be held on Wednesday, 28 March at 6.00pm in the Centre for Performing Arts. We are looking forward to seeing our students perform in this wonderful event; and have already invited a selection of our outstanding students to perform.


If there are any students learning outside the College who are interested in performing at the Recital, please contact the Music department at [email protected] or phone Music administration on 9313 9397.



To book, click HERE

The HotHouse Company


A bequest fund has opened at All Saints’ College with the aim of attracting national and international talent to perform at ASC and to support current students and alumni in the field of the arts.

Bequeathed by a grandparent of students at the College, the JM Wright Bequest Fund (JMWBF) will operate, initially, for five years and has two remits:

  • to attract visiting national and international leaders in the arts by subsidising costs;
  • to financially support students and alumni who are seeking to attend programs and courses linked to the arts across Australia and the world.

The JMWBF will be managed by the College’s Head of the Arts, Mr Stephen Roberts, who will work with the Principal and key staff to ensure the Fund attracts the best return on its investment.


“The JMWBF will allow the HotHouse Company to work strategically to attract top level performers, artists, authors and specialists to visit the College and impart their knowledge. It really is an exciting opportunity for the community,” said Mr Roberts.


“Previously, this sort of exposure to talent of this capacity was by chance, if the artist were visiting Perth for example, but now we can work to bring international talent to the west, for instance, if they were in Sydney or Melbourne for a performance. It opens up a world of opportunities to the All Saints’ College community,” he explained.

Principal, Belinda Provis, added: “What is also exciting about the JMWBF is that it encourages students and alumni to take up a variety of opportunities here and internationally by applying to the Fund for financial support. Further, it helps position the College’s HotHouse Company well for the future as a body that can attract and export the best of talent available.”


Information on selection criteria and eligibility will be available soon on



To book tickets for this event, click HERE


On Wednesday, 28 February students at All Saints' College began working with playwright, actor and director Jeffrey Jay Fowler on an exciting project called The Empty Space.


Over the next four months, Jeffrey will work with the students on theatrical explorations, allowing them to expand their creativity while investigating the ideas of harm and protection. They will also be led through devising exercises and asked to investigate their community.

The project will be an evolving process which will ultimately conclude in a performance.

For more information and to book, click HERE

For more information about the student workshop, click HERE


Sport & Physical Education


The HBF Run for a Reason is a fantastic event held in Perth every year, this year's edition will be held on Sunday, 27 May. We invite you to join the ASC Team 'All Saints' College 2018' and enjoy a run, jog or walk with friends and family for a great cause. To join the ASC team and help make it our biggest and best team yet click HERE. The password to join the team is ASC2018.  Everyone who registers in the ASC team will receive further information via email on Friday, 18 May - make sure you register to our team to receive this information.


Any students taking part in the upcoming Interschool State Equestrian Championships are asked to contact Wendy Cumming via email [email protected] as soon as possible so that the necessary forms can be submitted to Equestrian Australia and the team can be coordinated.


If you're training for the HBF Run for a Reason, trying to shift those post-Christmas kilos or just looking for a fun way to stay fit and healthy with your family then we'd love to see you at the ASC Running Club. Meet up with the Club on Tuesday mornings at 7.00am at the Indoor Sports Centre to receive coaching from the qualified and experienced team at Front Runner Sports.



Did you know we have an active Sport presence on Facebook?  Joining the ASC Sport Facebook group is a great way to receive updates and photos of what is happening at the College. Parents are invited to join the ASC Sport Group HERE . Our Basketball and Netball Clubs also have their own Facebook groups to stay up to date with what is happening around the Clubs - just click on the sport name to join!

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 and staff on their fine achievements.


The College congratulates Senior School Music Teacher Ms Jennifer Winley who has been invited to conduct the Western Australian Youth Orchestras Babies Proms concert, as a part of the Children’s Concert Series. The performances are on Saturday, 24 and Sunday, 25 March at the WA Academy of Performing Arts.The College congratulates Senior School Music Teacher Ms Jennifer Winley who has been invited to conduct the Western Australian Youth Orchestras Babies Proms concert, as a part of the Children’s Concert Series. The performances are on Saturday, 24 and Sunday, 25 March at the WA Academy of Performing Arts.


Congratulations to Transition teachers Mr Russ Haxby and Mr Mitch Jamieson for the training and commitment they have put in over the past six months to successfully complete the Rottnest Channel Swim on Saturday, 24 February as a duo. They completed the swim in a noteworthy six hours and 10 minutes. A shark and some hefty swells did not come close to stopping them!


Congratulations to Jing Chong (Year 5) who has won first prize in the International Music Competition ‘Vienna’ Grand Prize Virtuoso 2018. As part of his prize, Jing has been selected to perform at the awards ceremony in the Gläserner Room, Musikverein (Vienna) on Wednesday, 11 April 2018.

The competition aims to encourage young musicians to perform and grow in an international setting to help launch a career in music.


Congratulations to Kayli Bussell (Year 7), Tiana Bussell (Year 10), Isabel Duncanson (Year 8), Madison Gauntlett (Year 10), Meisha McKenzie (Year 10), Amy Morgan (Year 10) and Ashlyn Rice (Year 7) on being selected in Fremantle Netball Association Representative teams for 2018. Well done also to Madison and Tiana on also being selected as members of the 2018 Coastal Netball Region Shark Net Squad.


The College commends Tyler Redman (Year 11) who has recently been selected as a member of the 2018 Western Australian Under 16 Boys State Lacrosse Team. The team will compete at the Under 18 Boys and Girls Lacrosse National Championship from Friday, 30 March to Monday, 2 April in South Australia.


Congratulations to Blake Skewes (Year 9) who is one of only two males selected to represent Australia at the 2018 Oceania Karate Championships. The competition will be held from Friday, 18 May to Sunday, 20 May in Auckland, New Zealand.


Congratulations to the following students who have been selected for Western Australian Basketball League (WABL) Junior teams:


Name                                                              Team

Lara Bussell (Year 5)                                U12 Willetton Tigers

Eli Gasmier (Year 8)                                  U14 Willetton Tigers

Alexander Mackinlay (Year 6)             U14 Willetton Tigers

Caitlin Mackinlay (Year 4)                     U12 Willetton Tigers

Ellen Smith (Year 10)                               U16 Lakeside Lighting

Megan Smith (Year 8)                              U14 Lakeside Lighting


If you know any College students that have also been selected for a WABL team, please contact the College at [email protected] so we can acknowledge you in future editions of The College Courier.


Congratulations to Cooper Eves (Year 11) and Fynn Gardner (Year 10) who have been selected in the East Fremantle Football Academy 16s Squad. The boys will be playing in the Western Australian Football League (WAFL) Under 16 six week season, starting on Friday, 9 March against East Perth. Good luck, Fynn and Cooper!


Commendations to Nikita Jan (Year 11) who has been selected alongside other Western Australian skaters to attend the Ice Skating Australia National Development Camp held in Perth from Monday, 5 March to Tuesday, 13 March 2018.


The camp will be run by Canadian Olympic pair skaters Megan Duhamel and Eric Radford. Megan and Eric recently won Gold and Bronze medals at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.


Included in this camp is a Figure Skating Gala Night with Megan and Eric performing alongside Australian representative at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Kailani Craine.


Congratulations to Lyndon Kenworthy-Groen (Year 10), Quintelle Kenworthy-Groen (Year 8) and Hannah Rennick (Year 8) who competed in the State Track and Field Championships held from Friday, 2 to Sunday, 4 March 2018.


Quintelle received fourth in Javelin with a 30.10m throw. Lyndon placed fourth in the 1500m event, seventh in Javelin and tenth in hurdles. Hannah ran in the State quarter final and final of the 1500m, and the preliminary final of the 80m and 400m hurdles, achieving personal best times.


Commendations to Benjamin Mikhael (Year 11) who competed at the National Series Futsal Australia competition from Thursday, 1 March to Tuesday, 6 March 2018 in Brisbane.

Benjamin became the youngest ever goal scorer in the competition, with his team finishing in third place.

Benjamin and the Western Australian team he competes with are currently the minor premieres in the State league and will compete in the next Nationals competition in October 2018.


Congratulations to Lara Bussell (Year 5) who recently placed third in Under 10 Shot Put at the 2018 Little Athletics Western Australia State Track and Field Championships held from Friday, 2 March to Sunday, 4 March.

Service Learning


One of the great joys of Service at the College is the opportunity to work alongside members of the community that we might not otherwise have met.


Whether in the College Food Science and Technology room Cooking for the Homeless, as a Year 4 or Senior School student reading together as a Literacy Mentor pair, or in any of the various programs at the College, what we are really doing is looking beyond ourselves and taking an active hand in building our community. In coming together to serve, we share a purpose that creates new bonds within the All Saints’ community.


I would like to thank all involved in the new Literacy Mentors program, which started so incredibly positively last week. There were some wonderful moments of new friendships and a sense of fun in the learning that was taking place. Beyond all the wonderful students that have come together from the Junior and the Senior School, it is important to acknowledge the input of Ms Sue Demarte, who worked so hard to create this program.

I would also like to acknowledge the ongoing work of Meagan Hillier and Alicia Edwards who provide our College with the opportunity to be involved in a wonderful community event; the Cooking for the Homeless program. The next Cooking for the Homeless day will be held at the College on Sunday, 25 March across two sessions (10.00am – 12.30pm and 1.00pm – 3.30pm).

If you would like to participate or for more information, please click HERE


The final Disabled Surfers’ Association ‘Let’s go Surfing Day’ for the season will be held at Leighton Beach on Saturday, 17 March, with volunteers encouraged to arrive at 9.00am to register. For more information, please click HERE

Whatever your interests, abilities and availability, I look forward to seeing as many people as possible actively engage their Heads, Hearts and Hands in Service through the College.


Mr Timothy Russell

Head of Service Learning

Propeller Enterprises


The Runway pop-up shop debut at the All Saints’ College Pasar Malam was a great success. Students from Years 7 – 12 made strawberry shortcake scented slime (which sold out), macramé hanging plant holders, Japanese kokodama inspired plants, record album bowls and platters, knitted goods by a local crafts group, and wooden candle holders by a woodworking parent.


The pop-up shop was run by three Year 11 students for the entire night. This included set up and take down of the shop. This was a student-led event and we are already planning where Runway will pop up next. 


If you’d like to make and sell items in Runway, contact Ms Strentz: [email protected]


Propeller, with the support of three parent coaches and mentors, is recruiting for a team of students to build a car for the Electric Vehicle (EV) Challenge. During Weeks 7 – 9 you can drop by the Hangar to see a model EV. We require a keen team of students to take on the challenge of designing and building an ASC EV.  It will be raced in November 2018.


If you are interested in joining the team, please come along to our next meeting or contact Ms Strentz. Dates for our next meeting will be in the notices.


If you have a hobby or interest that you think would inspire students to design, make and create, please contact Ms Strentz at [email protected], as Propeller is aiming to build a network of parents and community members to inspire students inside and outside the classroom.


Some Year 7 students are already developing projects for the Old Saints’ Heritage Week Challenge.

Robert Smart is working on a universal lid to make all cups ‘keep cups/travel cups’. His design is well under way and he has even started on a pitch plan!

Grace Reinecke and Holly Cammarano have teamed together and are sketching designs and planning a video pitch for a cookbook holder to keep it open and clean.

It is not too late to enter so pop down to the Hangar and start creating! Entries close on Monday, 7 May 2018 at 5.00pm.


Learning Technologies

Microsoft Teams

The ability to work well in a team of people is one of the vital skills students will need in their work at school and beyond. Microsoft have recently released a tool that makes this easier in a digital space - it is called Microsoft Teams.

Teams brings together a number of different tools into one space:

  • Conversations/chat instead of email
  • A files section that replaces sending attachments to emails or storing files in a folder on the server or in OneDrive
  • Calling and video chats instead of Skype for Business
  • A OneNote notebook

Students can access Teams by going to or open the app (they may need to download it from the Software Centre)

Check out this quick intro:

So why Teams? It is a great way to collaborate and work together – simple! You can create multiple channels that cover different areas, chat and share files, collaborate online and easily add people to the Team. Students could use Teams for a cocurricular group, a club or sports team, a class, a study group – anything!


Paint 3D is an amazing new app included in Windows 10. It includes the ability to create and manipulate 3D images PLUS place these into real-world scenes using your webcam.

With Paint 3D you get:

  • A great set of drawing tools
  • A way to draw 2D images that can transform to 3D objects that can be viewed from any angle
  • A library of amazing 3D objects which can be manipulated and sketched on
  • The ability to place any of these 3D objects into “real life” using the camera.

The applications for Paint 3D are wide and varied – it gives you a powerful tool for sketching ideas and making these come to life!


Basic 3D modelling in Paint3D:

Paint 3D Introduction:

These are a few more amazing tools that are at our students fingertips! I encourage you to have a look, get involved and informed about the possibilities these tools give for our students to create, communicate and collaborate on ideas.

Senior School Cocurricular site

Students in the Senior School now choose their cocurricular activities, through a brand new site developed by one of our parents.

The site can be viewed by parents by going to the "Senior Cocurricular" tab from the main page in Seqta.

Students are able to register and will get a reminder email to attend the activities they have nominated for.

Here is a quick overview:

Greg Port

Head of ICT Integration

Cocurricular Activities


This term, our Year 3 - 6 students have been involved in numerous cocurricular activities, taking place from Monday - Friday, before and after school. These groups began in Week 5 and will run to the end of Term 1.


Below are some highlights from the Tuesday afternoon activities, which include Golf, Art Club and Literature Club.


If you would like to know more about Senior School Cocurricular activities and what is available and when, please click HERE

Here is an overview of the Senior School Cocurricular site:


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. You can view our Autumn Vacation Care program by clicking HERE.

Further information can be found by clicking HERE.


School Holiday Program for 9 - 17 Years


Is your 9 – 17 year old looking for something to do during the upcoming school holiday break? Why not have them join our exciting Holiday Program.
All activities are conducted by qualified and experienced coaches, staff members and suppliers.
Holiday Program Dates 2018:

Tuesday, 17 April - Thursday, 19 April 

Monday, 9 July - Friday, 13 July


Tuesday, 2 October - Thursday, 4 October
For further information email: [email protected] 


The 2018 April School Holiday Program will be hosting a variety of exciting workshops. Some of the April School Holiday Program workshops will include:

Minecraft Camp, Laser Tag, Daisy Cookie Bouquet Workshop, Game Vault, Archery, Brush Lettering Course, Mexican Fiesta Feast Cooking Workshop and much more!


Further information about this program will be available on the College website and Facebook page shortly. For further enquiries, email: [email protected]

For more information and to book, click HERE



Next P&F Meeting: Wednesday, 21 March 2018. Commences at 7.00pm in the Wellbeing Centre.​

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

Wanju Café

Visit the new Wanju Café Facebook page where you can learn more about some of the specials on offer:

The All Saints' College Business Directory is live! It is free to list your business or service and we will promote this directory constantly throughout the year. Before you jump on Google to find a good or service, have a look HERE first! 

More information on how to add your business or service can be found HERE.


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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


Coeliac disease is a serious medical illness, affecting one in 70 of the population. However, 80 per cent of affected Australians remain undiagnosed.


Ridley Babich (Year 5) has been living with the disease since he was a Pre-Primary student at All Saints’ College and this year he has joined Coeliac Australia to help raise awareness of the autoimmune illness.


Ridley and his family recently joined North Melbourne Football Club star Ben Brown, who also has coeliac disease, to take part in a photo shoot as part of Coeliac Australia’s awareness campaign.


Coeliac Australia’s national Face of Coeliac Disease campaign runs from 13 – 20 March annually and aims to increase awareness in the community that coeliac disease can occur at any age in many different people from diverse backgrounds.


Ridley and Ben’s meeting was also covered by Channel 9 News Melbourne and the Herald Sun Newspaper, which will help bring greater awareness of coeliac disease. Stay tuned for the media stories in the next edition of the College Courier!


Can you help Coeliac Australia with their national campaign?


Coeliac Australia needs volunteers to distribute posters in their local community to support Coeliac Awareness Week. 


The posters can be displayed in GP clinics, schools, work, sporting clubs, fitness centres, pharmacies, dentists, blood donation centres, hospitals, cafes and other food outlets. 


Send an image of yourself with the poster on location to be part of our Local Heroes campaign and be in the running to WIN one of Coeliac Australia endorsed cookbooks Hungry & Fussy by Helen Tzouganatos or author Sally Holland's Goodbye Gluten.


Download posters from  and simply email your image to [email protected] or direct message Coeliac Australia’s Facebook page @CoeliacAust.


The College Courier