LIFE this Week! Autumn Term  

Mon 18 June Junior School Liturgical Dance Assembly

Friends of Holy Cross Meeting

Tue 19 June Friends of Holy Cross Parent Camino

Wed 20 June Kindergarten Sceening

Thu 21 June College Production 'Villain School'

Fri 22 June College Production 'Villain School'

Year 5 Camino Bibbulmun Track

Sat 21 June College Production 'Villain School'

Villain School Poster

Moving and Grooving in Junior School

The Pre Primary, Year 1 and Year 2 students have been been participating in Dance this Semester and have worked with Miss Pratt on communicating with their bodies, learning about using the body in space and developing expression through movement. Each of the six classes learnt and rehearsed a short routine which gave them the chance to present what they had learned.

The Kindy students joined these six classes along with a terrific number of parents and relatives for the Junior Dance assembly this week during which each class got the chance to perform their routines for a captive audience. The Junior School Liturgical Dancers also got the opportunity to perform their routine 'The Way of the Cross' which will be presented as part of the Christian Dance category of the Catholic Schools Performing Arts Festival next term.

The students did themselves proud and a huge thanks must go to Miss Georgina Pratt for her hard work with the students over the past two terms and for organising the assembly. The future of Dance at Holy Cross College looks very bright indeed!

Mr Chris McRae
Learning Area Coordinator (The Arts)

Middle and Senior School Athletics Carnival

Last Thursday 14 June saw the Middle and Senior School Inter House Athletics Carnival take place at the College, accompanied by absolutely sensational weather.

The students particpated in the Athletics Meet style carnival with the opportunity to surpass previous personal best efforts and to represent their House’s in an attempt to gain points in the overall standings.

The student’s efforts matched the superb weather with a fantastic standard set, not only in achievment but in overall participation. The House Spirit on display as well as the level of support the students offered each other was fantastic.

At the end of the day we presented our Year Level Chamnpions and Runners Up with their medallions. These students were;

Year 7 Champions
Morgan Pires
Lopudo Opio

Year 7 Runners Up
Jasmine Barnes
Geah Kot

Year 8 Champions
Leah Frisina
Ethan Armstrong

Year 8 Runners Up
Caitlyn Minus
Riley Hardeman

Year 9 Champions
Zoe Watts
Cameron Peachey

Year 9 Runners Up
Tahlia Mbyui
Edward Gondor

Year 10 Champions
Charlotte Hirst
Luwaya David

Year 10 Runners Up
Shannon Hardingham
Manase Makani/Jayden Morse

Year 11 Champions
Amelie Ladyman
Cameron Varady

Year 11 Runners Up
Bianca Scinto
Phillip Gatulak

Year 12 Champions
Brianna Armstrong
Cian Guest

Year 12 Runners Up
Hannah Schnell
Alou Ajang

Congratulations to these students.

The final leaderboard showed a comprehensive victory to Ozanam House who filled their events excellently all day, well supported by some fantastic results across the board.

Ozanam            3547
McCormack     3196
Salvado            3077
Frayne              2850

On behalf of the Health and Physical Education Department, a heart felt thanks to the entire College staff for their efforts on the day. And also to the parents who attended as spectators. We love seeing you all at our College Carnivals.

A group of students will be selected in the inital training squad for the ACC Athletics Carnival in Term 3.

Our next Inter House Carnival is the Junior School Athletics Carnival next term. We look forward to another great day.

JULY Careers Newsletter

There is lots of great information in this months Newsletter, including :

  • Which University is right for you?
  • Open days
  • How to write a great application for an apprenticeship 
  • Events 
  • Scholarships and much more
Check it out on or Website under Enrichment or use the Link !

July 2018- In Focus Careers Newsletter


After 5 months of intensive rehearsals, a production camp and countless hours of line learning, choreography and character building, the 2018 College Production of Brian D. Taylor's 'Harry Potter' meets the 'Descendants' VILLAIN SCHOOL takes to the stage at Holy Cross College this week. Last minute tickets can be purchased from for the Thursday show with Friday and Saturday very close to sold out. Come along and witness the ways of the wicked as HCC takes a visit to VILE!

Junior School Update


What a busy and fun Autumn term are having in Kindergarten! We have been learning about God’s creations including insects, animals, plants, oceans and rivers and how we can look after them. The Kindergarten students are exploring how they connect with and contribute to their world. Come and have a look in our garden at the plants we have put in to see how big they have grown. We have also learned about the lifecycle of a butterfly and were very lucky to see a real butterfly hatchling transform from its cocoon. We have also been super busy practising for our first assembly working on our counting skills in English, as well as Japanese and French. We hope you enjoyed the performance!
Mrs. Jo Borg and Mrs. Natalie Pecherczyk

Kindergarten Teachers

This Week! Buy your tickets NOW!

Thank you from Catholic Mission

Allergy Aware Reminder

Please be reminded that Holy Cross is an allergy aware school. 

As a result, please do not pack food containing nuts or nut products for your child to consume at school.  For example, peanut butter, nutella etc.

We have children with severe allergies in our community so your co-operation is greatly appreciated.

For more information, please see the link below:

ASCIA Information

Vanja Basell
Assistant Principal, Junior School

Events at ECU

Aimed at Years 9, 10 and 11 interested in science.
This is a one day event during September school holidays held at ECU Joondalup campus and is FREE. Students will participate in several hands-on science workshops, hear from our current students and researchers about the amazing science that is being taught and researched at ECU. Places are limited and need to be booked online. Registration links are available in the pdf.

The Biodiversity Wonderland of WA 
Aimed at Years 9-11 students interested in conservation, wildlife and sustainability.
This is a one day event on Friday 27th July held at ECU Joondalup campus and is also free. The day will commence with a presentation from Professor Kingsley Dixon and a showcase from Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre. If your school is interested then please enquire about bus subsidies. 

Fashion Weekend Classes
ECUs Fashion Weekend classes are back again this year and commence from 25 August – 22 September. Participants will be shown strategies for generating ideas for garment through sculptural manipulation of cloth and found garment. Please check the attached pdf to register and for further information.

Further details with links have been Direct Messaged to students and Parents of all Year 9, 10 and 11 students

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