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Financier of the Week – Mrs Lizl Coetzee

29 Jul 2021

When Belinda Godfrey left the SCEA Human Resource team last term to pursue a career in consulting, a shuffle took...

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SCEA Snap Of The Week – Microscopes & Mini-Beasts at Swan!

29 Jul 2021

This week’s SCEA Snap comes from Swan Christian College where the Kindergarten students invited ladies from the South East Regional...

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2021 SCEA Annual General Meeting – Wednesday 11th August, 2021

29 Jul 2021

Due to the lockdown in late June, the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for SCEA is now scheduled for Wednesday 11th...

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In Memory of Jen Green – SCEA teacher for 25 Years

29 Jul 2021

The mid-term school holidays marked the passing of Jen Green, a teacher of Mathematics at Mundaring Christian College (MCC) who...

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Swan’s Fenceline Theatre premieres ‘Twice’ this week with all-star cast

29 Jul 2021

SCEA staff will now be familiar with the award-winning exploits of Fenceline Theatre and their stellar writer/director Jane Hille. Jane’s...

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SCEA’s ‘Step Together’ gains momentum as the Tokyo Olympics begin

28 Jul 2021

You may remember the mention of ‘Step Together’ in last term’s SCEA News finale – this is a voluntary event...

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The Signs Are Good For Southern Hills

28 Jul 2021

What’s the big fuss about the new Southern Hills sign on Albany Highway? “According to Main Roads, this is one...

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Registration Success for KCS

01 Jul 2021

This week Kalamunda Christian School held a celebratory morning tea for passing registration with flying colours. As a result of...

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Constable Care video features Swan student actors

01 Jul 2021

Racism and racial profiling form the basis of the new short film featuring Constable Care (WA Police’s community-teaching device) and...

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SCEA Snap of the Week – Northshore’s Bee welcomes students

01 Jul 2021

This week’s ‘SCEA Snap’ is from Northshore Christian Grammar School (NCGS) and celebrates their new ‘Bee’ mascot welcoming students to...

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‘Step Together’ – a voluntary activity for SCEA staff on 15 December 2021

01 Jul 2021

As Term Two comes to a close, the concept of planning for the end of the year seems a long...

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Homemade Mask of the Week – Swan’s Marie Goodchild

01 Jul 2021

As a relatively new employee to SCEA (Marie began as the Community Engagement & Enrolments Officer at Swan Christian College...

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Superannuation Guarantee Increases to 10%

01 Jul 2021

Most of us are familiar with superannuation to some extent, and the ‘9.5% per annum’ figure that is paid by...

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Australian Business Week posts big win for MCC staff

30 Jun 2021

Mundaring Christian College’s (MCC) Head of Secondary, Mr David Elsing, completed this term by hosting the highly-successful Australian Business Week...

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Beechboro Year 2 Students are absolutely ‘Matific’ at winning Mathematics competitions!

29 Jun 2021

Online mathematics program ‘Matific’ (which aims to use integrated concepts to teach mathematics to primary students) held a national Olympiad...

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SCEA Snap of the Week – Swan’s Year 12 students lift off!

16 Jun 2021

Our SCEA ‘Snap’ of the week refers to a colourful or emotive post that one of our SCEA schools has...

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Swan student wins long-distance cycling prize

16 Jun 2021

Congratulations to Year 11 Swan student Nicholas B., a recipient of the Luke Durbridge Sports Scholarship, who won all three...

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KCS staff are busy – in and out of the classroom!

16 Jun 2021

Kalamunda’s Principal, Dr Gregg Weaver, is keeping his staff busy! Over the past fortnight, he has unveiled a new STEM...

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Linda Roney speaks at Mundaring Christian College

16 Jun 2021

Last week, Mundaring’s Secondary Campus in Parkerville hosted the “Distinctive Daughters Dessert Night” in their Great Hall. It brought together...

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ECC students raise thousands as part of World’s Greatest Shave

16 Jun 2021

Those of us familiar with the World’s Greatest Shave campaign may expect student participants to raise somewhere between $100 – $150 in...

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