Christ the King School


87 York Street,
Beaconsfield WA 6162
PO Box 213
South Fremantle WA 6162
P: (08) 9487 9900

Parking in Early Childhood Centre Carpark



Dear Parents. Parking is always at a premium around schools, especially at pick-up and drop-off points and times. We know and appreciate that many parents have gone to a lot of effort to make safe and considerate decisions in regards to parking in both the afternoon and morning.

It’s really important and vital for the safety of all of our community that parking areas are used correctly at all times. This area (photographed above) in the Junior Carpark is not a drop off point. There is Disabled Parking bays at both ends of this strip. Usually, both parents and children have to use the area behind the car when stationery in the disabled bays to stand and unload children and equipment.

There also appears to be a bank up of vehicles behind the red car. This bank-up blocks other users, doing the correct thing, from passing by. 

The Loop off Annie Street is purpose built for drop off in the morning. If your child is old enough to get out of the car and walk to their class independently, they are old enough to be dropped off at the Loop in the morning and walk up from there. It’s safe and convenient for everyone. There are also designated parking areas.

Our early Childhood Centre Carpark is there exclusively for parents/carers of children attending the Early Childhood Centre, Pre Kindy to Pre-Primary children.

Could you please stop using this area to park/stop in.

Thank you for your continued support.

Andrew and Brian

It’s been great to see the Recycling Stations being used. Thank you. Don’t forget to bring in your batteries, bottle tops and light bulbs for recycling. Thank you also for bring in your empty bottles and cans marked with !0c Refund for recycling through Containers for Change. All proceeds are deposited into the Christ the King P&F account- which in turn, comes back to the school community.

What about lids????

Check out this short 1-minute video on plastic lid recycling.

Plastic lids can be placed into the ‘Plastic Lids Containers’ (you may have guessed) at our Recycle Stations.


Brian Dobbie
Assistant Principal


The end of term 2 is fast approaching, for a bit of fun for the last day of term, the P&F will be cooking a sausage sizzle for the students, with the funds going towards a school banner to take to intercollegiate carnivals. 

Exciting news, there will be a school disco on August 5th! As single use plastics are being phased out, we will no longer be selling glow items. If anyone in our school community has talents in face painting or similar, please get in touch, we would love to organise something for our junior disco..

A reminder that the Wise Wine fund-raiser is still going, so get your orders in before July 1st.

As always, we welcome all parents to join us at our next meeting, and we also encourage parent reps to attend. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th of August, 7.30pm. 



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