We host many outstanding and fun events and programmes for students, parents and our community.
Monday 12 to Friday 16 June 2017
The Sports Week activities began with a lunch time staff vs students competition, followed by wheelchair basketball, guest speaker presentations, the Great Divide netball match, tug of war competitions, all culminating in a free dress day and zumba session on the Great Court,
Monday 27 to Friday 31 March 2017
We celebrated the linguistic and cultural diversity of our community during Languages Week. Throughout this week our girls have sampled international dishes, listened and danced to international music, participated in a Languages-inspired soccer tournament, Japanese drumming, a Kung fu demonstration and an art competition.
Champions of Change for International Women's Day
Thursday 2 March 2017
"Find what you love and work harder for it than anyone else."
- Rebecca Johnston 2006.
Collegians, Rebecca, Tracy Lefroy 1996 and Caroline de Mori 1973, inspired our community and our girls when they spoke about Being Bold For Change in the lead up to International Womens Day.
Year 10 Week of Amazement
21-25 November 2016
Our Year 10s immersed themselves in new experiences during the Week of Amazement. They stepped outside their comfort zones and got to try Scuba diving, surfing, living on the land during a farm stay, being a Scientist for a day, obtaining their skippers ticket, or volunteering at Food Rescue, UnitingCare West, the Salvation Army or Mercy Place Mont Clare.
Maximus Musicus and the Twilight Picnic
Saturday 12 November 2016
Our community enjoyed a fun, family day out which began with the Maximus Musicus concert and finished with a giant, twilight picnic on the Great Court. Families watched the sun set from their picnic rugs while listening to the sweet sounds of our Jazz Orchestra.
Heather Lamont Festival
Friday 4 November 2016
Our girls incredible talents were on display during the Heather Lamont Festival. This annual festival, named after a Collegian who tragically passed away in the 1960s, is an opportunity for the girls to participate in, and be entertained by, cultural and artistic activities such as Music, Visual Arts, Dance, Drama, Textiles, Cooking, Debating and Languages.
Year 9 Camino Salvado Pilgrimage
Wednesday 21 - Monday 26 September 2016
Fifteen of our Year 9s spent five days walking from Subiaco to New Norcia on the Camino Salvado Pilgrimage trail. As the girls walked 100km across Perth's urban landscapes and through the picturesque hills, they explored the themes of service, perspective and community.
College Production - Little Shop of Horrors
Thursday 28, Friday 29 and Saturday 30 July 2016
Little Shop of Horrors was the first production to be performed in Hadley Hall in 1991 and was performed again in the Hall's 25th year, 2016.
This comedy about a man-eating plant, was performed in a schlocky, gritty, heartwarming style.
Vietnam Service Learning Tour
July School Holidays 2016
A group of our Year 11s spent 10 days in Vietnam as part of their Service Learning. The girls helped out in a local orphanage in Ho Chi Minh City, built toilet blocks in villages with breathtaking views out of Sapa, taught English and Maths at a school in Hanoi and restored the school and a number of homes in the area.
Bethany Home Service Learning Tour
July School Holidays 2016
Ten students spent two weeks at Bethany Home in Malaysia, a training centre for disabled children and adults, as part of their Service Learning experience. The girls got to know the centre's visitors through morning walks and fun activities and helped them with their exercises and physiotherapy.