Year 7 First Day – Duncraig

A snap shot of the first half day for Year 7.

Timae Homeroom 7T1 playing  ‘getting to know you’ games.

Young Ladies from Carana House busy setting up their devices in the library.

Students from Alethea stocking and organising their lockers.

Such an exciting day!


Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. – Nelson Mendela

Duncraig students, Bradley and Richard Brider, reach new heights!

Two brothers, Duncraig students, Bradley Brider, who recently graduated Year 12, and Richard Brider, a returning Year 11 student, both played a role in the recent WA/SA Blind Cricket Team.

Bradley held the prestigious role of captain while Richard was a vital member of the team.

The team played in the Blind Cricket National Competition and won.

This is the first ever win for WA.

Great photo of Bradley holding the trophy.


Sport is all about playing and competing. Whatever you do in cricket and in sport, enjoy it, be positive and try to win. – Ian Botham





Appointment of Heads of Learning Area


Last year, the school farewelled Mrs Bernadette Lhota and Mrs Susan Carrick. Pictured here is Dr Liz Criddle welcoming our two new Heads of Learning Area: Mr Howie Jakeway (HOLA of English and Languages), Mr Matt Lovell (Acting HOLA of Humanities, incorporating Humanities and Social Sciences, and Biblical Studies).