Year 8 Boys at National Judo Championships

Mateo and Noa Langhi (Year 8)and the whole WA State Judo Team did incredibly well in the 70th National Championship on the Gold Coast.

Noa get the bronze and Mateo finished 5th in the most disputed Junior Boys category.

Matt Richmond

Head of Learning Area – Health & Physical Education

Year 10 Sport Science LIFT WEEK

Year 10 Sport Science students from Duncraig Campus had a day at the Rugby WA performance Centre in Floreat as part of their LIFT week

They were treated to expertise lectures and practical session by the Western Force Coaching Staff & players on:

Life as Professional Athlete

Video Analysis of Performance

Fitness Testing

Touch Skill Session

Matt Richmond

Head of Learning Area – Health & Physical

Year 11 Camp

The goal of the Year 11 camp is to give students the opportunity to experience a range of activities that challenged their way of thinking about themselves, our school, our community, our faith and the world around us.

Each year this camp has been the catalyst of some form of change in a majority of students’ lives.  Some changes might be subtle.  Minor tweaks and adjustments of a student’s perspective or attitude towards themselves and others.

The camp prepares students for success in their final years of schooling.

Glowing Results

The Y12 Biology ATAR students have had some glowing results! They inserted a gene from a jelly fish and inserted them into E.coli using transgenics to express the GFP to make them GLOW, well done on becoming genetic engineers!!

Nicola Ross

Teacher – Science/Assistant Dean Timae



Year 7 Service Learning Excursion

These wonderful Year 7 students participated in a Service Learning experience at the Heathridge Salvation Army Op Shop today.

They were busy helping the staff sort clothes, build displays, spruce up the consultation rooms with decorations, serve food and drinks to those in need and even join in a community dance session!

They did an outstanding job and we are very proud of them all.

Bailey de Chalain

Toby Passamani

Matilda Raymond

Emily Spinks

Monty Weston

Jesse Whyte

Ben Nicholson

Teacher Science

Something smells fishy…

The Year 11 Marine and Maritime Studies students spent some time at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) – Fisheries office at Hillarys Boat Harbour to learn about overfishing, fisheries management and the science involved. The students were able to dissect a fish, determine its sex and extract the otoliths. It was a great opportunity for the students to get a taste (and smell!) of what fisheries scientists actually do to ensure there will be fish for the future.

Ben Nicholson

Teacher Science

AI Seminar for Female Athletes

We are very fortunate to be able to host Professor Sophia Nimphius PhD at Athletic Institute.
Professor Sophia will discuss the menstrual cycle and how it can be seen as a barometer for health.
This important seminar is highly valuable for all females who will benefit from the science and psychology behind the menstrual cycle and how to control it to your benefit.
This one-off special event is free for AI members and only $20 for non-members.

To book, visit




Service Learning with C1

On Friday, students from C1 homeroom braved the rain and walked to the Hepburn Heights Conservation Area to help The Friends of Hepburn & Pinnaroo Bushland with their annual native shrub planting.  City of Joondalup and Friends group representatives spoke to the students about the importance of urban bushland areas to preserve native flora and fauna, and how voluntary groups play a vital role in protecting and rehabilitating the bushland and conserving biodiversity. They then joined forces in planting around 200 seedlings.  Students hope to return later in the year to check on the progress of their plants.