November 2023

SCC hosts local Chamber of Commerce Breakfast with fast cars and TikTok influencers!

A visit to the SCEA Office by Mr Michael Matich (Crooked Spire Coffee House owner and President of the Swan Chamber of Commerce) and Mr Tom Smilovits (Chief Executive Officer, Swan Chamber of Commerce) and the organisational expertise of Mr Steven Wellbeloved (Head of Advancement, Swan Christian College) gave rise to an audacious breakfast concept …

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SCEA’s Interdependence Groups continue to seek joint solutions across our schools

Remember the wonderful staff member who piped up many years ago and asked the question: ‘Wouldn’t SCEA schools be more effective if we all worked together on solutions with multi-faceted teams of staff members from across each SCEA school?’ The last fortnight has seen much of this work come to fruition with the SCEA Head …

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Without ‘Software Updates’, our world would still be in the dark ages!

Whether we like it or not, computers are everywhere Our mobile phones, laptops, TV’s, doorbells, cars… they all have computers inside of them, running sophisticated, internet-connected software. Without these updates, there would be no improvements to any of the services they deliver. Products would be very dated and lack the capability to do all the …

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SCEA schools will come together for Commissioning Service in Week 5 of Term 1, 2024

The opportunity to come together as a SCEA community will become a reality in early 2024, with new and existing staff spending a morning at Riverview Church to praise and give thanks for the new school year. This is one of the highlights of the year for our SCEA staff, as we come together to …

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Brand-new playground facilities give students the best possible start to life at KCS

This week saw the unveiling of the recently-completed Early Learning Centre playground at Kalamunda Christian School (KCS). The Mayor of the City of Kalamunda was on hand with Principal Mr Craig Hunter to cut a wonderful green ribbon to open the playground and have the first swing on the monkey bars! School playground facilities require …

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