Christ the King School


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


Dear Parents, Caregivers and Community Members,


Welcome to Term 2! I hope you all had a happy and Holy Easter and had the opportunity to enjoy a break from the routines of school and experience some quality family time together. The start of a school term can be a challenging time where we struggle with getting back into the early mornings, library bags, homework, notes, and various activities that schools provide. It is important that this time remains as calm as possible and that we give our children some time to adjust. Early nights, a decent breakfast and healthy snacks and lunches will all help with this. It is also important to allow children to make mistakes and to learn from these mistakes. Primary schools are fantastic environments for learning for life and it is very difficult to learn without having the confidence and safety to try new or challenging things, even if we make mistakes. Be calm in this transition, encourage your children to have a go and allow them to make mistakes so they can grow, build confidence, and develop resilience.

New Families – I wish to extend a very special welcome to the KYLE-BARTLETT Family – Ruben, Pre Primary. The QUINTAL Family – Weatherby in Pre Primary and Remington in Year Two. I know you will really enjoy your time with us as CtK is a wonderful, vibrant and engaging school community.

As we commence a new school term, we renew friendships with others we may not have seen over the holidays. This little prayer below reminds us all of what we should be striving to achieve in our relationships with others:


“Everyone will know you are my friends if you love one another.”

Let us show our love by making peace and trying to make things better.

Let us show our love by caring about the happiness of others and by thanking them for their goodness to us.

Let us love one another as we share our friendships, laughter, learning and meals in celebrating together.

Help us, Lord, to love one another as Jesus has loved us.


The school website is currently undergoing changes and improvements so it remains current and informative. I have nearly finished; just adding new promotional photos now that were taken at the end of last term. Improvements have been made to enrolments, absentees and the general look of the website.

We welcome our 3 Year Old Kindy children to their new classroom today. I wish to thank Miss King, Mrs Anderson and Mrs Luelf for helping create an amazing learning environment for the children. Mr Dom has been very busy helping ensure the area is tidy and safe for lots of potter and play. Thank you, Mr Dom. Also, I wish to thank Miss Williams and Miss Kezic for helping purchase and put the furniture together during the school holidays. A huge team effort, thank you all.

School Uniform Update

As we move to our winter uniform, parents have a choice for the boys to wear pants or shorts. The girls can wear the old pinafore uniform or the new uniform. Please remember we have a two year changeover once the new uniform becomes compulsory. The updated policy is on the school’s website.

This term the School Community is focused on our Years Three, Four and Six students who will be making one of the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Holy Communion or Confirmation We ask Jesus to be with our children and their families during this special time. We hope Year 3 parents and students enjoyed working with Mario Borg at the Reconciliation Workshop Tuesday evening.

 Cooking Pancakes in the Learning Centre

Have a look at what some of our children cooked in the Learning Centre this week. Love the pancakes. Well done, chefs!


Christ the King School had a special visit from Mrs Annette Morey, Deputy Executive Director CEWA on Tuesday. Mrs Morey visited some classrooms and had a walk around the school to understand our context. Our School Advisory Chair, Mrs Beaton also joined us as we discussed the State and Federal elections next year and how we need to lobby government for better funding for our system and school. Mrs Morey was welcomed by our Head Girl, Dominique and Head Boy Christian.


As a school we will be commemorating ANZAC Day on Wednesday, 24 April, at 9:00am in the Quad. All are welcome to join us for this special service. A reminder Thursday, 25 April is ANZAC DAY (Public Holiday) and Friday 26 April is a Pupil Free Day as all staff will be involved in a Spirituality PD.

Our Wicker Garden Beds have arrived! With support from the P&F we have 5 wicking beds and 2 wheelchair accessible garden beds all located in the quad. This Wednesday, classes will choose what they wish to plant for the upcoming season and then they will plant the seedlings. A huge thank you to Mrs Tilzey for coordinating these for us. Awesome job, Mrs Tilzey. A huge thank you to our P&F for paying for the garden beds. All our students will have better access to growing, harvesting and cooking the fresh produce.


Year 6 Camp

It is an exciting time for our Year 6 students as they prepare themselves for their school camp. The students and staff will be setting off on Tuesday (30th April) morning to Nanga Bush Camp, Dwellingup.

The purpose of this camp is fundamentally about developing the leaders of the school. The school camp builds confidence, resilience and responsibility, turning students into empowered, inspiring leaders.

All children learn from the unique experience of community living; sharing, working and living as a team.  Being inter-dependant with peers affords the child an opportunity to make new friends, to view each other out of the context of school, and to witness and appreciate the different talents of others.  School camps expose children to different environments that they would not normally experience in daily suburban living.  Out of this they build personal competencies such as self-identity, self-worth, self-esteem, leadership and self-respect.

Camps help develop self-esteem as children learn to try different activities in a supportive and friendly environment.  Professionally trained, outdoor instructors help children feel secure and capable.  This will help children grow by providing a supervised, positive environment that has safety as a primary commitment.

Students participate in activities they have never experienced before and are rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and self-worth.  Camp is therefore a wonderful experience for all children as they learn new skills and develop a sense of autonomy and trust in their decisions.

The aims of the camp are:

  • to develop within the students their leadership skills.
  • to build and develop new friendships.
  • to build personal competencies such as self-identify, self-worth, self-esteem and self-respect.
  • to participate in activities that perhaps students have never experienced before.
  • to develop new skills and develop a sense of autonomy and trust in their decisions.

Staff members attending the camp:

  • Miss Kezic
  • Mrs Barrett
  • Mrs McLinden
  • Mr Martelli
  • Mr Geaney
  • Mr Kelly

We wish all the students and the teachers all the best for the four days. We hope that they have a great time and participate in some wonderful and memorable experiences.

3 Year Old 2025 – Applications are Now Due

In 2025 Christ the King will be offering 4 days of 3 Year Old Kindy. More details will follow shortly. Please register your interest now!

4 Year Old Kindergarten 2025 – Applications are Now Due

Enrolments are now being taken for siblings and new students wishing to commence Kindergarten at Christ the King School in 2025. Families with children eligible for Kindergarten in 2025 are required to fill out a Kindergarten Enrolment Application Form. We will be offering 4 day Kindy again in 2025, which will be a Thursday.

Christ the King School will continue to operate two concurrent Kindergarten groups next year with the days of attendance being Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

We are starting to see high demand for 3 Year Old Kindergarten and Four Year Old Kindergarten places, so it is important that parents within the Christ the King School community submit their applications as soon as possible. Forms can be obtained from the office.

Congratulations to Violette Yr6 who played the role of Molly in the musical, ‘Annie’ over the school holidays.

What a sensational talent!


There are ‘great things’ happening in our school due to the efforts of so many people; seek to be one of those people in the coming week!


Andrew Kelly

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