In Week 1 and 2 of Term 2, CVC staff and students gathered together to represent the youth of the ANZAC spirit. The three commemorative assemblies enable students to reflect and honour the service and sacrifice of all Australians who have served in war or peacekeeping operations, both past and present.
On the first Sunday of the school holidays, three CVC students competed in the finals of the WA Youth Slam - a performance poetry competition for under 18s. Paige Scrafton (Year 7), Keisha Patricio (Year 8) and Nouvelle Tamilalagan (Year 8) performed original poems...
Year 11 CVC student Cairenn Dawson was one only 14 selected to attend last month’s Royal Australian Air Force Flight Camp for Young Women at Base Pearce. Cairenn was given to opportunity to experience military aviation roles first hand and learn the routines of an Air Force base.
On Thursday March 22, Year 11 Literature students attended a performance of The Crucible at the WA Academy of Performing Arts. Arthur Miller’s famous play is a fictionalised version of the Salem Witch Trials and he also intended it to be seen as an allegory for the persecution of communists in 1950s America.
Congratulations to five of our Year 12 students who have been selected to participate in the prestigious Department of Education, Pathways and Transitions Branch, Purposeful Academic Classes for Excelling Students (PACES) Program for 2018.