Year 5/6 Assembly

This morning the year 5/6 students demonstrated admirable resilience and versatility by adapting their assembly on the fly to cater to the increasing demands of the management of the COVID-19 risks. With the assembly officially cancelled, the Year 5/6 students nonetheless rallied and ran their assembly for the benefit of Read More

Guitar classes with a music master Monty Cotton

Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council (RRAC) in partnership with Country Arts WA kindly provided an excellent opportunity for our student guitarists to sit down with a ‘real’ musician (Monty Cotton) , learn some new skills and then participate in the touring show, “A Boy named Cash”. It was a fantastic opportunity Read More

Year 5s investigate soil

Today is World Soil Day, which is the 5 December 2018. World Soil Day is a great time to get messy. The Year 5 class started to investigate soils and different types of soils. We learnt that you can compare soil to an old man; they both need water and Read More

Birds Eye View

The photography elective took on a whole new perspective last Friday when the students got to ‘play’ with Mr Ratz’s new drone. Using the clear day and lack of wind to best opportunity, the students took a number of aerial photos of the school to gain a different perspective on Read More

Term 4 Dance

Dance is happening once again this Term. All classes are learning about the ins and outs of rhythm and music in their expert led dance classes each Thursday this term. Once again a big thankyou to all those who have enabled these lessons to take place.

Year 5/6 Camp Debrief

The Year 5/6 Camp, which took place Week 1 of this Term, was a huge success. The first time such a camp has been run, the students enjoyed a range of activities with a strong HASS and arts theme. A big thank you to the parents who gave up their Read More

The Art in Maths

Towards the end of last Semester the Year 5/6 class explored the mathematical concept of transformation, which led to them drawing a number of their own geometric shapes, as well as playing with scale to enlarge and reduce the size of shapes using grids. The end goal of the activity Read More

Year 10 Busy Bee a Success

The Year 10s recently completed a busy bee on the local Ravensthorpe Indigenous Cemetary as part of their work with Mr Zahra in HASS/Photography. The busy bee was a great success that enabled the Year 10s to learn more about the indigenous history of the area whilst also fulfilling an Read More

Interschool Swimming Champions

On Friday the 16th of March, five students travelled with Mr Thomas Zahra to Lake Grace to compete in an Interschool Swimming Carnival. Our students combined with Jerramungup District High School to create a larger team. Ravensthorpe students did well. Zaria Francis came third in her medley relay and fourth Read More