Christ the King School


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

CtK Open Night:

Thank you, parents and families, for coming along to our annual school Open Night which was held last night. The school was buzzing as students showcased their work in classrooms. It was also a wonderful opportunity for our community to celebrate the great things we are doing at Christ the King. Thank you, families, for your continued support and to our amazing P&F for organising our sausage sizzle and the Lego exhibition! Huge thanks to our dedicated staff for their time and effort in preparing the classrooms and for always going above and beyond each day for the students in their care!


Athletics Carnival:

Our Athletics Carnival is on this Friday with what looks like good weather at this stage. Just a quick reminder to all families to make sure that your child’s clothing is all labelled with their name and that they have all their food, water and sunscreen supplies for the day. Parents are not permitted in the bays and lollies are not permitted.

We thank Ms McLinden for preparing our 2023 Athletics Carnival. Our Jumps and Throws day was a huge success. We thank our wonderful parent volunteers for all their support on the day and we look forward to a successful Athletics Carnival on Friday!


Dance Classes:

We warmly invite and encourage all parents and families to join in the fun (and bring your dancing shoes) during your child’s dance lesson next week. Please contact your child’s teacher for further information.


Visual Arts:

Some of our talented Year 5 and 6 students have participated in the Gwenyth Ewens Art Award Competition. They were asked to paint or draw a historical building located in the Fremantle area. Gwenyth Ewens (1916 – 1995) a trailblazing architect and proud Fremantle identity made a Request to the City of Fremantle in 1987 to promote the appreciation of Fremantle’s beautiful buildings through an art competition for local children. The inaugural competition took place in 1989 and has been running annually ever since.

All entries will be judged by a panel and two students from our school will be awarded prizes. The Awards Ceremony on the evening of the exhibition opening, Thursday September 21st with doors opening at 4.30 pm and the Awards Ceremony commencing at 5 pm, of which the winning entries will be announced. The evening will be hosted by historian, lecturer and broadcaster, Richard Offen. Two winners from each school will be announced and all the student submissions of paintings and pencil sketches will be on display. Students’ art will continue to be on display in the Fremantle Town Hall for public view from Friday 22 September to Sunday 8 October 10 am – 2 pm.

I encourage our school community to visit the exhibition during the school holidays and celebrate our student’s amazing artistic abilities. Parents, students and the school community are invited to attend the awards ceremony.

The following below is the link to RSVP for the Art Award Ceremony –

Gwenyth Ewens Art Awards Presentation & Exhibition Opening 2023 Tickets, Thu 21/09/2023 at 4:30 pm | Eventbrite, tickets are free. Tickets are needed to reserve a spot and to monitor attendance only.

Mrs D’Angelo
Visual Arts Teacher


Unwell Students:

We kindly request that you please keep your sick children at home to protect the health of all students and staff. Ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment is paramount. Let’s also reinforce the importance of good hygiene practices to minimise the spread of illnesses. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Staff Profile:

Our Year 6 Head Girl and Head Boy, Ahlia and Maksim will be interviewing our staff throughout the year so that we all can get to know each other well. This week they interviewed Mrs Urbano, our welcoming administration officer. To find out more about Mrs Urbano, please read below;


What do you love most about working at Christ the King?
The students because you are all beautiful and so are your personalities.

What is your favourite food and why?
Chocolate, because it’s delicious.

What was your first job after high school?
Shipping company

What is your favourite colour and why?
Green, because it reminds me of nature.

Did you ever have a favourite teacher in Primary School and why?
Mr Harrison, he was fun and I had him for 3 years.

How many years have you worked at Christ the King School?
9 years.


Student Spotlight:

We know that many students at Christ the King have amazing gifts and talents and achieve outstanding things outside of their life at our school. We would love to hear about all these achievements and have created a ‘Student Spotlight’ section in the Newsletter where you can share your stories with us. In order for us to share the news, we require as much detail as you can provide, so please email Mrs Reardon at:

We can’t wait to hear and share your news!


New Enrolments for 2024:

We are currently undertaking enrolments for 2024. Please make sure that you let your family and friends know about our wonderful school community! We have places available from PreKindy-Year6.


Advertisement/flyer – Volunteers Needed for Distribution:

To promote our amazing school and encourage more enrolments, we are in need of volunteers to do a letter box drop of our new flyers in these suburbs; Hamilton Hill, Coolbellup, North Coogee, Coogee, Lake Coogee & South Fremantle.

This is a great opportunity for secondary students to volunteer their time for community service and a fun family activity whilst getting some exercise and volunteering your time.

Please see Mrs Urbano in the office if you are able to help and the suburb you would like to be allocated. Thank you!


Wishing you all a safe and relaxing holiday break!

Mrs Sabrina Reardon
Assistant Principal


P&F News

Last Friday 8th September, we came together for the school Quiz Night. An extraordinary success and a night of laughs and an amazing display of school community and spirit. The event raised over $19 500 which the P&F will use to fund additional resources and improvements around our school.

Soccer goals from Veto sports are being purchased with the money raised from the quiz night. There are other exciting purchases and improvements in the pipelines, watch this space!!

On behalf of the CTK P&F, we would like to thank the following, who co-ordinated and put on a fantastic event!

Crystal Walters (Event Lead), Suraya Correia, Mel Fiocco, Una Hodsgood, Kristie Collalillo, Prue Jewell , Katrina Fernandes, Gloria Pecotic, Daniella Allen, Angela La Rosa, Daniel Chia, Bernicia Di Giorgio.

A special thank you to our MC, Peter Rowsthorn who definitely made the night very memorable.

Thank you to the South Fremantle Football Club and Benny’s Bar for donating the Venue.

Thank you to all the families in every year group who donated and the surrounding community businesses that also contributed.

Mrs Alison Reddyhough
P&F President


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