The College Courier

08 November 2018
Issue 18, 8 November 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
In the news
Important Contact Details
All Saints' College
Senior School (08) 9313 9333
Ewing Avenue
Bull Creek, WA, 6149

From the Principal


Effective partnerships are central to our work at the College, and we pleased to now be collaborating with Millennium Kids (MK) and Manning Men’s Shed (MMS).


We were delighted to learn that MMS was keen to find a partner school to model how Precious Plastic – the Dutch organisation with which the College has been in touch since seeing their open-source recycling machines in action when we were visiting Beijing, earlier this year – can empower youth and extend and connect communities. We are thrilled that Ramon Baro of MMS has now almost completed the first prototypes of plastic-recycling machines.


This partnership with MMS then saw the College connect with MK. For over 22 years, MK has empowered young people to have their say about the environment, leading to initiatives that have contributed significantly to the environment and communities in WA and beyond.


MK has a team of engineers to review designs and assist with access to grant-giving agencies/groups, and MK was pleased to form a partnership with MMS and ASC focused on our Precious Plastic project. This partnership is built on a shared interest in the UN Global Goals, specifically Goal #12 – responsible consumption and production, aiming for waste-free communities.


All Saints’ role will be as an active partner and hub, whose culture and curriculum support student-centred problem-solving. 


In keeping with our planning since our visit to Beijing in April this year, ASC will host Precious Plastic machines on campus and, thanks to our new partners, we will be a pilot study (2019) for how the machines work in schools, and how schools and communities can partner in programs relating to waste reduction.


Our partnership with MK also led us to host one half-day of MK’s Unconference earlier this year.


Our plan is to run hackathons and other events with our students, focusing on the reduction of waste, and we will reach out to other schools and groups once we have settled into the pilot.


As part of this connectivity, we will also collaborate with students in Sumbawa, Indonesia (east of Lombok) where MK already has ongoing relationships built around Precious Plastic.


We have already benefited from our partnership with MK and MMS with access to resources and mentors, and we will continue to benefit from and contribute to the partnership as we pilot how to establish a hub that sees school and community working together to reduce waste.


I look forward to reporting further on this exciting project in the new year.

Ms Belinda Provis

Whole College

Whole College 



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] 



Since the College’s inception, we have come together as a community on 1 November to celebrate All Saints’ Day.


This continued on Thursday last week with a festive Eucharist led by Bishop Kate Wilmot, as well as the distribution of our traditional All Saints’ biscuits.


All Saints' biscuits are handmade by students and staff in the lead up to All Saints' Day every year, with this year making over 2000 biscuits!


PASAR MALAM 2019: the All Saints' College Twilight Market
Friday, 22 February 2019 | 5.30pm - 8.30pm | College oval


The All Saints' College Pasar Malam is an annual twilight market held on the College oval, which provides entertainment, market stalls and activities for the whole community to enjoy.


We are looking for Expressions of Interest from our community for stalls in our Market Bazaar! 


Do you sell candles, jewellery, soaps, skin care, clothing, cupcakes or other home-made goodies? Perhaps you are involved with a direct selling/party plan?  If so, we would love to hear from you.


Stalls start from as little as $30.00. Please complete the EOI by clicking HERE or for further enquiries, phone Mrs Roz Collins on 9313 9333 or email [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


While we have every confidence in our students’ capacity to effectively manage the transition from this year into 2019, at times parents feel it is necessary to make a request that their child be given particular consideration based on information, particularly friendships. We discourage requests based on staff preference, as we have every confidence in the quality of our staff. While we do consider friendship requests carefully, we are unable to guarantee that every request will be granted, as it may not be possible due to the needs of other students.


To make a request, we ask you email the Dean of Junior School by contacting Mrs Fiona Schwarzinger at [email protected]. Please ensure the email is sent by tomorrow, Friday, 9 November 2018 to ensure it can be passed on to the appropriate staff members in a timely manner. Beyond that date, we will be working to finalise the lists and begin making plans based on these. (Please do not send any requests after Friday, 9 November unless the reason is of an urgent nature.)



Round two of swimming lessons commenced for Pre-Primary and Year 2, 4 and 6 students this week. The following information serves as a reminder for parents who have their students currently swimming. Our practices are regularly reviewed with a focus on student safety, and we have carefully planned the changing routines of our young children.


In the interest of all the children involved, we respectfully ask that parents do not attend these sessions. We have very limited space, and we need the time to give the children the attention they require. We have a team of qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated educators to make this process a smooth and well-supported experience for your children.



The Early Childhood End-of-Year Event will take place in the Centre for Performing Arts on Tuesday, 4 December from 9.30am–10.30am. This event involves all our Kindergarten to Year 2 students in their final performance of the year, our Nativity play. Students work towards this performance throughout Term 4 in their classrooms and in Music and Dance lessons. Each item is developed with the students and showcases their creativity, collaboration and confidence. We look forward to sharing our learning with you.


To attend this event, please book your seats (up to three per family) by clicking HERE


Please note: Prams will only be permitted in the back row of the Centre for Performing Arts Theatre, which can be accessed via the lift behind the stairs.



Remembrance Day will be commemorated on Monday, 12 November in the Centre for Performing Arts. The service will be held from 10.45am–11.15am. Students from Years 3–6 will participate in the service.


Students from these years are asked to bring a small bunch of flowers to the Junior School Library before school for arranging into floral tributes. Members of the All Saints’ College community are welcome to attend the service.



Volunteers are required to help create floral tributes for students to present during the Remembrance Day Service.


If you are able to help with arranging the floral tributes on Monday, 12 November from 8.00am in the Junior School Library, please bring a pair of secateurs with you. Please contact Mrs Gail Smith on 9313 9340 if you have any queries.


Ms Penelope Crane
Dean of Junior School



Enrolment forms for the 2019 Year 3 and Year 5 Special Music Programs are now available on SEQTA under the Documents section.


Year 3: Tuition in Violin, Viola, Cello and Recorder is offered free of charge.


Year 5: Tuition in any Woodwind, Brass, Percussion or String instrument (excludes Guitar) is offered free of charge under the Year 5 Instrumental Program.


Click HERE to access the enrolment form and information for Years 3 and 5 for 2019.


Year 6 Students in 2019: Tuition in Percussion, Woodwind, Brass or String instruments (excludes Guitar) is offered at 50% of the regular music tuition fee under the Year 6 Instrumental Program. Click HERE to access the Year 6 2019 enrolment form and information pack.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Music Department: [email protected]



To book tickets for the Junior School Disco, click HERE



Senior School


The College has a tradition of giving prizes to students who have achieved outstanding academic results, and to students who have shown outstanding application to their studies or citizenship.


This year we are again awarding prizes to Year 11 and Year 12 students. These prizes will be given at the Presentation Ceremony on Friday, 7 December 2018 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The nominated (full) value of a prize is $50.00.


If you would like to contribute towards a prize, please email Mrs Joanna Gwynn (Executive Assistant to the Principal),  [email protected]


The closing date for contributions is Friday, 16 November 2018.



On Tuesday, 30 October, the Year 8 cohort travelled to St George’s Cathedral in the city centre to explore and learn about the historic Mother Church of the Anglican Diocese of Perth.


The students participated in eight workshops which explored the Central Nave and High Altar – both rich with symbolism (which students have been learning about in Religion and Philosophy); learnt about robes and treasures of the Cathedral; climbed the bell tower and learnt how the rope-pulled bells worked; studied the pipe organ with All Saints' Heritage Coordinator,  Mr John Beaverstock, one of a very few people authorised to play the organ in St George’s Cathedral. Everyone then descended into the crypt with Head of Humanities Ms Trish Harris to reflect on the history of crypts and the concept of death; contrasted the historic Cathedral with the bustle of the modern city; and listened to the legend of St George from a professional actor.


The day closed with a reflective service, with students lighting candles of prayer and giving thanks for their opportunities in life.


Overall, the day was full of crosscurricular learning, and the students returned quite surprised at how much fun a day in a cathedral could actually be.



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.



Parents are now invited to enrol students for music lessons at the College for 2019.


Tuition in the following instruments is available in 2019 at the College:

Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Euphonium, Recorder, Classical (Acoustic) Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Piano, Pipe Organ, Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Clarinet, Voice – Classical/ Contemporary/ Jazz.


Click HERE to access the enrolment pack for 2019 which also includes the relevant enrolment form.


Enrolment packs are also available on SEQTA under the Documents section.


It would be appreciated if all enrolments could be submitted by Friday, 23 November 2018.



Starting to think about Christmas and stocking fillers? Why not purchase a colouring book designed by Year 12 ASC students for the younger members of your family?


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 which allow time for them to work through some study, catch up with staff members or look after their wellbeing by getting involved in some physical, creative or restful sessions where they can take their mind off their academic studies for a small period of time.


During the year the Visual Arts staff opened up the Art rooms for wellbeing sessions with an end product in mind – a colouring book. Year 12 students who took up these sessions created the drawings for the colouring books that are available for purchase at the Runway Pop-Up Shop for $8.00 each. All money raised through the sale of this book goes to beyondblue, a foundation that provides information and support to help Australians achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live, and is a partner of the All Saints’ College Service Learning Program.


Thank you to the following Year 12 students who contributed their drawings to this project:


Cleo Clegg

Jacob Drake

Ashleigh Heng-Chin

Indya Keeffe

Chloe Lake

Kyle Lobb

Kate Okely

Vaidehi Sidharth

Ellie Smith

Matthew White

Steven White-Smith



Ms Lucinda Crimson

Ms Louise Elscot


The Runway Shop is open from 8.00am–8.50am and 3.30pm–4.30pm Wednesdays and Fridays, in the Centre for Performing Arts foyer.


What's On?

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



To book tickets for the Junior School Disco, click HERE



To book tickets for 'An Evening with Markus Zusak', click HERE



The annual Twilight Carols at All Saints' College will take place on Sunday, 2 December at 7.00pm on the grassed area adjacent to the Year 5/6 Building.


The Friends of Music are asking for volunteers to assist with the sausage sizzle. If you are able to help, please contact the Music Department on (08) 9313 9397 or [email protected]


To pre-order a sausage sizzle, cheese platters or fruit platter for the evening, click HERE

These items must be pre-ordered by Wednesday, 28 November 2018.



Bestselling author Matthew Reilly is visiting All Saints' College on Monday, 10 December where he will be in conversation with Barbara Horgan.


Afterwards, Matthew will be signing copies of his latest book 'The Three Secret Cities' which will be available for purchase on the night.


To secure your place, please click HERE


The HotHouse Company

The HotHouse Company presents:


The following was written by Year 10 student Ayla Woodland about her experience at this year's Storylines Festival.


During the Storylines Festival, Miranda Templeman, Travis Gauntlett and Cameron Moore (Year 10) and I had the opportunity to create two short promotional videos for the event. The experience was most enjoyable and very beneficial. It taught us a lot about quick media production and how to work as a team.


We started by filming Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s presentation on her original play “Fully Sikh.” Filming people live without being able to stop and direct the subject made getting the shot you want a challenge. The experience eventually equipped us to become accustomed to the situation and produce some shots we were happy with.


We then split into teams. Miranda and I scoped the multiple workshops running throughout the day while Cameron and Travis started editing. This taught us how to work fast and efficiently as a team, while also experiencing the essence of each workshop. After the workshops, Miranda and I were able to capture the hilarity and joy of the play written by members of the Junior School and presented by Black Swan Theatre actors. If we had not taken this opportunity, we would not have been able to see the masterpiece happen on stage. Working out fast ways to get the best shots of interesting scenes tested our skills and made us think on our feet.


It’s safe to say that the day was most enjoyable and a success. The team and I learned much, gained a great amount of experience and produced something we are proud of.

Ayla Woodland (Year 10)


To view the student’s work, click HERE or on the videos below.

Part 1

Part 2


Friday, 26 October saw the launch of the All Saints’ College Art, Media, Design and Technologies’ Exhibition.


Congratulations to all the talented artists who produced the work on display, and to our Arts staff who have guided the ASC students throughout the year and have worked tirelessly to organise this exhibition. Thanks also to Brendan and Darren Hutchens for their impressive documentary ‘Art is Movement’ which can be viewed below.



The documentary ‘Art is Movement’, created by Perth filmmaker Brendan Hutchens, was premiered at the opening of the Art, Media, Design and Technologies Exhibition on Friday, 26 October.


Art is Movement’ documents the creation of the mural in the College’s Dance Studio by artist and Brendan’s brother Darren Hutchens. While Darren worked on his mural named 'Dancing on the Walls', he engaged with ASC Visual Arts students about his practice and processes in creating his artworks. This interaction inspired a collaborative project called ‘Drawn to Dance’ between Year 7 Project X Dance and Visual Arts students.


Click HERE or on the video below to view the documentary.



To book tickets for this performance, click HERE


Sport & Physical Education


Well done to our Year 9/10 Girls' Cricketers who played in the Years 7–10 Woolworths Cricket Blast School Cup State Finals last week and finished fourth in the State. A great effort from all the girls on the day, and congratulations to all who participated.



On Friday, 26 October All Saints’ College hosted the 13th annual Year 8/9 Girls’ Football Carnival.


Nine schools descended onto the ASC oval for a great day of female footy! Well done to all the ASC girls who played, and to the eight girls selected in the East Fremantle All Stars Squad.

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.


Congratulations to Ellen Smith (Year 10) who received a four-week exchange trip to Reunion Island in July 2019 after she placed first in the recent Alliance Française exam.


Well done to Emma Cumming (Year 11) who won First Prize in the EvAJ105 and EvAJ95 divisions at the Brigadoon Equestrian Centre from 27 – 28 October 2018. She is pictured with her two horses wearing the winner’s rugs and her friend as a groom.


The College commends Jing Quan Chong (Year 5) who recently won a Silver Medal in the Southeast Asia Mathematics Olympiad competition.


Jing Quan will travel to Singapore on Saturday, 19 January next year to compete against representatives from all over Southeast Asia.


Congratulations to Madison Gauntlett (Year 10) who placed first in the Girls High Jump Under 16 at the WA All Schools Championships on Friday, 2 November. As a result, Madison has been invited to join the 2018 WA Australian All Schools Squad to compete at the National Championships in Cairns from 7–9 December.


Congratulations to the following students on their successes in music:


Raphael Yong (Year 3) received a high distinction in his Grade Two Australian Music Examination Board Violin Exam.


Joshua Lee (Year 2) achieved third place at the South Suburban Music Society Eisteddfod.


Ceicilia Limargana (Year 5) was awarded the following in the recent South Suburban Music Society Eisteddfod:

First place Piano solo, LMusA Grade – Romantic category

First place Piano solo, LMusA Grade – Classical category

First place Vocal solo, 10 years & under – Musical Theatre category

First place Vocal solo, 10 years & under – Pop/Contemporary category


Nicole H Li (Year 5) received First Prize in the Piano Recital 10 Years and Under category in the South Suburban Music Society Eisteddfod. Nicole was awarded a trophy and $50.00 cash.


Congratulations to Sienna Robinson (Year 7) who represented Western Australia at the National 2018 Under 13 Hockey Carnival in Hobart held 4–10 October.


The WA team finished eighth overall and gained some great hockey experience playing at a national level. They also were fortunate to meet Australian Prime Minister Mr Scott Morrison at the Salamanca Markets!


The College commends all our students who competed in the School Sport WA Champion Schools Triathlon event held on Thursday, 1 November 2018 at Champion Lakes Regatta Centre.


Well done to the following students who received outstanding results on the day:


Jacob Dean, Lyndon Kenworthy-Groen and Rory Martin (Year 10) who won First Prize in the Year 10 Teams division.

Noah Dean, Alexander Mackinlay and Cale Scott (Year 6) who placed Second in the A division of the Junior section.

This year, ASC entered students in the Aquathlon which requires participants to complete a 200m swim followed by a 2km run. Noah took out first place, Alexander was awarded second and Ruan Rademeyer (Year 6) placed fourth.

With a great effort by all involved on the day, All Saints’ College came in second overall in the Primary division.


On Saturday, 27 October a group of All Saints’ College students attended the WA Junior Mathematics Olympiad at the University of Western Australia from 8.30am–2.00pm for Year 9 students (although many Year 7 and 8 students attend each year). Students competed in an individual and a team competition.


Well done to Xiaoyu Chen (Year 8) who was awarded the top score of the day with a score of 23 out of 25 in the individual competition, and Julius Clegg (Year 8) who achieved the second highest score of 22 out of 25.


Commendations also to our team of Year 8 students, comprising Xiaoyu, Julius, Mia Millward and Nikita Arun, who placed second on the day.


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


Starting this week, the College begins work with The Salvation Army on the Annual Saints’ and Salvos Christmas Appeal. Each College Tutor Group is connected with a family in need and will spend the next three weeks collecting gifts to give to the family for Christmas.


Year 8 students have recently joined the vertical Tutor Group system, and this program provides an opportunity for these students to lead their new peers in making a positive difference in the world.


The College has a strong and productive relationship with The Salvation Army, and we are proud to support them in their mission of helping families in need during this time of year. Your support of the program and the Tutor Groups is greatly appreciated.


The Tutor Groups will work together to develop a list of gifts they would like to donate, and anything you can provide would go a long way.


Please join the College and the students in their efforts to practice generosity and make Christmas as positive as it can be for those families in need.



On Tuesday, 30 October, the College was delighted to host a group of students and staff from our Service partner organisation Bayulu Remote Community School who are on a camp in Perth this week.


The Bayulu group spent the day with our Year 6 staff and students, participating in a College Scavenger Hunt, in-class activities, Sport, Music, Drama, Art and more. They also enjoyed a BBQ lunch with some of the Year 6s and some Year 11s and 12s who visited Bayulu in June as part of the College’s Fitzroy Crossing Immersion Trip.


We hope the Bayulu group enjoyed their experience at ASC!

Mr Scott Corbett

Acting Head of Service Learning

Propeller Industries


All Saints’ College Year 10 students, Dulith Sirisuriya and Xinchi Zhang, have won the WA Rookie Enterprise of the Year (Years 10 – 12) prize in the national $20 Boss competition for their web translation company, Lan Xiang Translation.


The $20 Boss program encourages students across Australia to build, design and deliver a business,

and is sponsored by the Foundation for Young Australians.


To read more about the students' success on our website, click HERE

Learning Technologies

Microsoft Stream

Making a video as part of an assessment or project is an increasingly popular way for students to be able to use some great tools on any kind of device to get creative about how you present their work (Photos app).

This tip is about how students share videos via Stream –  teachers can create a channel for class projects which works much better than a folder on the S drive. Click here for more details.



On 13 and 14 November Microsoft are running a special event to connect classes across the city or anywhere in the world. The senior leadership team at Microsoft have spots available to Skype in and be grilled! Teachers can search for and connect with students similar to their age anywhere in the world. For all the "miles" travelled Microsoft donate money to charity also. Click HERE for more information about the Skypeathon.


Last week we launched a student run, student-led website to the Year 9 students initially. The site is for students to share study materials, ask questions, do quizzes created by members of the team. Congratulatulations to Myles Keeffe, Ashley Lance and Michelle Thesman (Year 9) for all their work getting this together. Students will login with their school details and we are hosting the site but it is all student-driven from there.

Forms updates

One of the cool new features in Forms is intelligent design – Forms can now predict what questions you want to ask and give you multiple choice alternatives. Check out the details where I show how this works with equations in Maths. Forms is a great way to do surveys – next time you want to do a paper survey – don’t!


Find on a page

This will change your life if you don’t know this one! On any web browser select “CTRL-F” and a search box pops up which allows you to search for a bit of text anywhere on the web page – I use this all the time when there is lots of text on a page. Mrs Chapman’s tip on using Edge for this is:

  • Open your Microsoft Edge browser
  • Click the More Options menu icon (3 horizontal dots)
  • Click Find On Page
  • The Find On Page Search Bar will appear at the top of the browser window
  • Type in the specific word/s you wish to locate and press Enter
  • The number of results will be displayed to the right of the search bar
  • Results will be highlighted within the text body
  • Use the right and left arrow icons (next to the search bar) to locate individual results within the text body

Greg Port

Head of ICT Integration

Cocurricular Activities

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



Old Saints’, former and current staff gathered together on Saturday night for a special tour of the College to see how much we’ve changed!


The annual Beers, Bubbles & Bites event was attended by more than 145 enthusiastic guests who enjoyed magic tricks, beer, wine, food and entertainment from the College Rock and Jazz bands as they made their way around the campus.


It was a wonderful, nostalgic evening, as many old friendships and memories were rekindled with much laughter and surprises en route, as old and new buildings were visited.



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.


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 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] 

Click HERE or on the video below to view highlights from the recent October School Holiday Program at All Saints' College. 


Firetech School Holiday Workshops 

These school holidays, Firetech Australia will be running their hugely popular STEAM-based school holiday workshops in both December and January for children aged 6–17.


Firetech workshops also represent an exciting, technology-based learning experience, where children can be challenged and engage their design thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration skills - building great digital citizens for the future.


Courses will be running on Monday, 17 December, Tuesday 18 December 2018, Thursday 10 January and Friday, 11 January 2019.


The workshops that are being held at All Saints' College are:



  • 17 December: Light-up LED Christmas Cards (6–12 years old)
  • 17 December: Junior Drones 2 (6–9 years old)
  • 18 December: Animated Christmas Card Workshop (6–12 years old)
  • 18 December: Junior Drones 1 (6–9 years old)
  • 17–18 December: Digital Music for Teens (12–17 years old)


  • 10 January: Junior Drones 1 (6–9 years old)
  • 11 January: Animation for Tweens (9–12 years old)
  • 10–11 January: Digital Photography for Tweens (9–12 years old)

To book your spot in these exciting workshops, click HERE 

Code Camp

Code Camp are thrilled to return to All Saints’ College during the January School Holidays to teach your child how to code or help them continue on their coding journey, so they can build their very own iPhone or Android apps! 


We will be offering four Code Camp classes to cater for students in Pre-Primary to Year 7, including brand new ‘Web Hackers' for students who have completed all existing classes.


The camp will run 15–17 January 2019.


Bookings are now open and can be accessed by clicking HERE

The Early Bird Discount is available until Sunday, 18 November.


We look forward to helping your child become a coding superstar.



Next P&F Meeting: Monday, 19 November 2018. Commences at 7.00pm in the Centre for Performing Arts Foyer.

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


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

ASC Playgroup


Last Tuesday, 30  October was Grandparents' Day at the All Saints' College Playgroup!


Thank you to all those grandparents who took the time to visit and join in the fun activities with their grandchildren.


The All Saints' College Playgroup is open to anyone with children aged between 0 - 3 years and is a way for parents to connect with others in the community and for their young people to learn through play. Playgroup takes place every Tuesday morning from 9.00am - 10.30am in the Lower Theatre during term time.


For more information, click HERE 



In the news

Three All Saints' teachers recognised on 2018 national education hotlist


To read more about this story, click HERE

Students win National entrepreneurship award

To read more about the students' success on our website, 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


The College Courier
Jing Quan Chong
L-R: Lyndon Kenworthy-Groen, Rory Martin and Jacob Dean
L-R: Cale Scott, Alexander Mackinlay and Noah Dean
Ruan Rademeyer