Christ the King School


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

Welcome to Week 4!


Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday, well known as Pancake Tuesday, ran so smoothly and the students and teachers enjoyed it! Students from Kindergarten to Year 6, were provided with a pancake prepared by our wonderful P&F. Thank you to all the parents involved in this.


Caritas Australia

To care deeply for the needs of another person or creature is an expression of our love for them. This tender concern is called ‘compassion’. We show compassion each year, through our efforts to raise funds for Project Compassion. The money raised supports people around the globe and here at home in Australia, to live with dignity and to make a true difference for themselves and their families.

Families would have received a Project Compassion box to support Caritas Australia this Lenten season and help support vulnerable people around the world, now and for all generations. With your support, Caritas Australia has been able to support vulnerable communities around the world to tackle poverty, food security, education, water and sanitation and disaster risk reduction. Project Compassion 2024, reminds us that the good that we do today will extend and impact the lives of generations to come to build better future for all.

As St Pope John Paul II said,

“The future starts today, not tomorrow.”

Together, we can help vulnerable communities face their challenges today and build a better tomorrow for all future generations. Project Compassion boxes are due back at school before the end of Term One.



NAPLAN is a National Literacy and Numeracy assessment that students in Year 3, 5, 7 and 9 sit each year. NAPLAN Information for parents and caregivers went out via students in Year 3 and 5 a few weeks ago. The NAPLAN test window begins on Wednesday 13 March and concludes on Monday 25 March, 2024. For more information about NAPLAN –  We encourage parents and caregivers to keep conversations about NAPLAN as relaxed and reassuring as possible to minimise any nervousness. More information about NAPLAN at CtK will be sent home shortly.


Parent Teacher Interviews

Parents and caregivers will have the opportunity to meet with their child’s teacher on Wednesday 27 April (Week 9) from 12.30pm. Parent Teacher interviews will be conducted across all year groups (K – 6) in ten-minute rotations. We respectfully ask that parents keep to the ten-minute limit, to ensure the afternoon runs smoothly and on time. Later in the term, you will receive instructions about booking in these meetings. Please note this date in your diary.



There have been a number of children away with what appears to be ‘gastro’ (gastroenteritis). It is important that parents are aware that this is a notifiable illness and if your child is showing signs or has been sick, it is important that they remain home until they are well enough to return to school. It can be contagious and can cause the further spread, not just within the class, but across the whole school.


Public Holiday

A gentle reminder that there is a Public Holiday on Monday 4 March 2024 (Week 6).



Welcome to Health 2024! Highway Heroes has begun and together, we have started to explore the Highway metaphor and its concepts. This term will focus attention on developing the story of travelling along The Highway, including introducing the concepts of BUMPS and TOOLS. A highlight of course was meeting our puppet characters.

Can’t wait to share this social and emotional learning journey with you all.

Mrs Rikki Chapman – Health Specialist


Crunch & Sip


Wishing you a lovely weekend!

Mrs. Sabrina Reardon
Assistant Principal




Thank you so much!

Suraya Correia – President


Community News

Perth Goju Karate are opening a brand new beginner’s karate class at the Christ The King school hall. Thursday’s weekly, 4:00pm – 4:45pm. First class starting week one of term, Thursday 1 February!

A special offer for Christ The King students – 4 WEEKS FREE beginners karate lessons!

Classes will be held after school on Thursday’s and are a great way for children of all ages to learn self-defense in a fun and safe environment.

We also teach classes for teens and adults and they are fantastic for fitness, wellbeing and of course, self-defense.

Students who attend the schools on-site After Care can be collected and taken to the class in the hall and returned to After Care when their class is finished.

Classes continue over the school holidays (with a short break over the Christmas period) which makes it perfect for the kids who are looking to try something on the holidays.

Karate has many benefits which include confidence, respect, discipline and fitness.

Places for the beginner’s class will be limited, so to take advantage of this 4 week trial, contact us to book your name in and secure your spot for the trial period.

Sensei Johnny Moran – 0402 830 402

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