Fathering Project Launch

The Fathering Project Launch was a great success. The night included an introduction from our Principal on the crucial role that fathers and father figures have in the lives of our students. We also heard an encouraging message from our College Chaplain and the aim, mission and reason for this group were discussed.

From the Research and Study Centre – End of Term 3

We are currently in the midst of Mystery Madness in the Research and Study Centre - we have had several Mystery competitions, a “who dunnit”, and “Maths Murder” investigations. The crime Escape Room activity booked out in minutes and a mystery fingerprint craft activity was a hit! There is one more “guess what this is” weekly photo and a detective movie next week to finish the term.

Recreation in the Research and Study Centre

The Research and Study Centre is a hub of activity, study and reading.

Last week we were honoured to be officially awarded the Western Australian School Library of the Year trophy by the West Australian School Library Association. This is a true indication of the calibre of the team we have here in the Research and Study Centre – it is a privilege and pleasure to work with them each day.

State-wide SUB’s in Schools Competition – Update 

The Year 10 Mechatronics Sub’s In Schools team is continuing to work towards the State Finals. On Wednesday 5 August we held a sausage sizzle to raise funds for the special camera and competition registration. It was a resounding success, and everyone had a blast, working together to provide tasty hot dogs to the students and staff of Kennedy.

Term 3 Awards Assemblies

We recently celebrated the academic achievement and success of our students at two College Assemblies. Students were acknowledged for their hard work and commitment to the College during a very challenging and different Semester One than what we are used too.

2020 Kennedy Photography Competition Winners

The Kennedy Photography Competition was a contest open to Years 7 – 12 students to enter their best photos, whether they used a DSLR camera, tablet or their phone. The competition was held in Term 2, with the winning photos being judged at the beginning of Term 3. The competition had three categories: 'Black and White', 'Close-Up' and 'My Neighbourhood', which resulted in a diverse range of photos being entered.

2020 Lego Challenge in the Research and Study Centre

The second year of the Research and Study Centre's Lego Challenge has been just as exciting as the first with 42 students signing up to play. The challenge has run over five weeks with the final being this Friday. The first three weeks saw the heats with students working in pairs competing at Friday lunchtimes and using the Legos provided.