Christ the King School


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

Term Dates:

Please make sure you have made note of the dates and events occurring this term. There is a public holiday on Monday 5th June (Week 7). We conclude Term 2 on Friday 30th June 2023.



With the cold and flu season upon us, we greatly appreciate parents keeping their children home when they are unwell. With our teachers also succumbing to various viruses, it would be appreciated if parents could email or phone the school office before 9am, in order to notify staff of their child’s absence from school. Please do not wait for a message from the school. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this matter.


Sacrament of First Holy Communion:

Please keep our Year 4 students in your thoughts and prayers as they prepare for their First Holy Communion on the weekend of 10 and 11 June. We thank their dedicated teachers, Miss Marshall and Mrs Tilzey for preparing the students for this very special occasion. We also thank the parents and families for their support of the children at this special time of preparation.


Reports for 2023 – Understanding Your Child’s Report:

Parents Will Receive 2 Formal Academic Reports This Year: 

July – Mid Year Report 

This report provides parents with a ‘snapshot in time’ of how their child is progressing in relation to the end-of-year achievement standard for each learning area for their year level. The grade provided is taking into account the curriculum which has been taught and assessed to that point in time. 


December – End of Year Report 

This report provides parents with an overview of how their child has progressed, across the entire year, in relation to the end of year Achievement Standard for each learning area for their year level. The grade provided is taking into account the curriculum which has been taught and assessed across the entire year, not just Semester Two. 

Understanding the Grading System 

Is a ‘C’ grade good? Yes, you should celebrate ‘C’ grades as this indicates that your child has progressed to the desired level of understanding for his/her year level. 

Is a ‘C’ grade just a pass like it used to be? No, a ‘C’ grade today, is the expected Achievement Standard for each year level and each Learning Area. 

Does an ‘A’ or ‘B’ grade mean my child is working a year or two above their current grade? No, an ‘A’ or ‘B’ grade means that your child is responding to the content taught to a deeper level. They may be thinking more critically about the content, which is a wonderful skill to demonstrate. 

How are final grades determined? Teachers collect numerous samples of work and assessments to determine the final grade. The grade is determined with the use of the School Curriculum and Standards Authority’s (SCSA) Judging Standards. For more information on this go to 

We hope this information assists you to understand the reporting process at Christ the King. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher. 


Premier’s Reading Challenge:

The Premier’s Reading Challenge has started!

What is this? 

This challenge is for students to read 12 books or more during the challenge.

Who can take part? 

Students from Kindy to Year 6

When does it start? 

It’s started! It runs from 8 May to 8 September 2023.

How do I enter? 

Parents can register their child/children online.

There is something for every student. From historical novels to graphic novels, comics, newspapers, song lyrics to poems, all of these count towards their Reading Challenge totals.

Students can win fantastic prizes so register today!


Crunch and Sip:



Wishing you all a lovely long weekend – ENJOY!

Mrs Sabrina Reardon
Assistant Principal


Fathering Project

After a very successful Sleepover at school three weeks ago, the Fathering Group have already organised another great event, this time for dads only.

The Fathering Project community at Christ the King Primary is inviting you to its first “Dads Only Night Out” at Super Bowl in Melville. This is a great way for our members to get to know each other and enjoy some friendly competition.

  • Date: Tues 27th June 2023
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Location: Super Bowl Melville
  • Cost: $22pp (includes shoe hire and 2 x Games of ten-pin bowling)

Licensed bar and food available at venue.

Please RSVP no later than 20th June so we can secure our lanes.

Looking forward to a great night.

CTK – The Fathering Project team.


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