On Friday, 11th November 2016, Year 3 to 12 students at Carramar gathered together to mark Remembrance Day. The service led by some of the Year 11 History Students, with participation by some Year 3 students and the school choir, remembered the sacrifices shown by Australian soldiers in World War One and all conflicts since that date. Poems, bible readings, prayers and a commemorative address were used to highlight the importance of Remembrance Day and the reason why we need to stop in order to think about servicemen and women who have paid the ultimate price for our rights and freedoms. The service also incorporated the traditional Last Post, Minutes Silence and Rouse. Lest We Forget.

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Winning Teams

On October 26th, 5 teams represented SSC in the Milo Cricket Blast, Northern Suburbs Division. It was a great day full of big sixes great catching and really exciting cricket. All the SSC teams tasted success but in particular our 7/8 girls and 9/10 boys teams have progressed through to the state finals to be held in week 6 (this week). If the girls manage to have a win they will get a free trip to Melbourne. Congratulations to all the players, you really did SSC proud.

Winning Teams

Winning Teams

All representatives in the Milo Cricket Blast

All representatives in the Milo Cricket Blast

2017 Year 7 Orientation Day

November 4th

This was again a successful and fun day for the new students starting Year 7 in 2017.

Highlights are always the fun and games on the oval and the BBQ lunch. A big thankful to both the staff and Hi-Mates who helped the day run so smooth. The school community is looking forward to working with these students next year, and pray they get a safe, restful and fun break. Remember the final orientation is January 27th – See you then Year 6’s!

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D & T

Design and Technology Safety Induction Day – held 21st October.

Another successful and engaging learning experience for students studying MDT wood, metal or engineering in 2017. The Design and Technology department takes safety seriously, in doing so it is a requirement that all upper school students attend this day and refine and engage with safe workshops knowledge and skills. The day is based on industry standards and was enjoyed by all, highlights including testing P.P.E and fire safety training. It is our hope that the young men and woman in this area gain skills to make fine projects and safe attitudes towards looking after one another.


Alex DeCruz (Yr12) testing safety glasses



Fire Extinguisher Training



Upcoming Event

Once again the Design and Technology Department is taking the year 12 MDT Wood class out on a valuable excursion (Nov 18th). We are off to visit ‘ Derek the Timber Bloke’ at his timber conversion and seasoning saw yard in Naval Base. Derek ones one of WA’s premier timber salvage and conversion businesses with a wealth of knowledge he is passionate about sharing with young woodworkers. Remember to bring your PPE and wear suitable workplace clothing. (8.20 – 3.20: Meet in the D&T centre)


A VET Introduction Morning has been arranged for Tuesday 29th November 2016 in Cousins Hall at the Duncraig Campus.  Morning tea will be provided.

               Time – arrive at 8:45am for a 9:00am start

               Venue – Duncraig Campus, Cousins Hall

               Transport – please make your own way to the Induction – Carramar students will return

                                     by bus in time for the start of period 3

               Wear – sports uniform

Any queries please see Vicki O’Connor


6 of our Gifted and Talented ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’  students attended the Storylines Festival at All Saints College on Thursday, 3 November 2016. The festival was an excellent opportunity for these aspiring writers to meet with accomplished authors and spend time workshopping their ideas for their writing projects due later in the term. The students can be seen with Australian author AJ Betts who is best known for her her young adult novel: ZAC & MIA.

L-R: Sophie Mitchell, Jessica Cruickshank, Vaishnavi Parmar, AJ Betts, Tegan Shirdon, Evie Wilson and Vishani Mehta