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From the Principal's Desk


Dear Parents and Guardians

Welcome to Week 5

Digital Citizens

We are looking forward to the upcoming Parents and Friends event scheduled for Wednesday 31 May when digital safety expert Mr Paul Litherland will explore how we provide young people with the freedom to interact online, while building digital citizenship skills to ensure their experiences are safe, responsible and positive.

Mr Litherland is a former WA Police Officer with more than 20 years experience. During this time he has worked in a "wide range of different areas of policing, regularly visiting schools across Western Australia conducting 'Stranger Danger' talks and working with the Constable Care program".


Yr 12 Football

The REDiMED Cup came to an end with a comprehensive final victory against Joseph Banks on Wednesday afternoon. 11 goals 7 verses 4 goals 1 point was a clear representation of the dominance the Servite football side possessed.

We boarded the bus ready for the long journey out to Butler where the boys would face some tough competitors. Anton Lukas set the boys up for the game after kicking the first goal for Servite and the first for the game. With great assistance from ruckman, Albino Celestino Morgan who had finally come to terms with this amazing game, and his tough job of rucking. A special mention to Hamish Atkinson and Caleb Worthy, who dominating the field with their strength and skill, not allowing the opposition to have the ball. Gabe Brodie also played an exceptional game, marking almost every ball that went his way. Luke "The Human Bicep" Young was also exceptional, kicking a season high 3 goals.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 May 2017 15:48

Drama Excursion

On Wednesday 26 April the Year 11 and 12 Drama ATAR students went on an excursion to the Heath Ledger Theatre to see a Black Swan Theatre production of Michael Gow's 'Once In Royal David's City'. The masterful play followed a Bertolt Brecht-obsessed director and the relationship he has with his mother, his art and the world around him.

The play was spectacular! We particularly loved the stage design and the flawless and inventive transition of scenes. The play heavily referenced practitioner Bertolt Brecht which was particularly relevant to us as we study his theories as a part of our course.

Thanks to Mrs Fitzsimmons and Mrs Navarro for organising this special treat and a very special mention to Alena Tompkins at Black Swan Theatre Company for the complimentary tickets.