Change

I used to be responsible for making our kids’ breakfast every morning. Like clockwork, I could be depended upon to make them oatmeal! Every….Single…..Day. You could say I was on familiar ground and was acting on what I believed was good for them. My endeavours came to an abrupt end when one morning I discovered […]

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A Monster Musical

If Mary Shelley had written a version of Frankenstein for children, this is how she might have approached it – as a heartwarming family musical, filled with mad scientists, misbegotten creatures and an angry mob! On a rainy night when the power is out, a father tells his son the story of Frankenstein, and we […]

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The Future is Exciting

The College is currently seeking approval from the State Government to grow Cornerstone from a single campus school, to a three campus establishment. In the coming weeks, we hope to be able to deliver positive news about their decision. In effect, the College has grown to near capacity.  From humble beginnings of 17 students and […]

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Art Project

Take a look at a project completed by three art students, a student teacher and Mr Tink!  A wonderful initiative. Click on the attached file ‘Art Project’ to view.  It may take a moment to load but your patience will be rewarded. Art Project 2014

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Student Named as National Award Winner

Eilidh Lucas is a Year 12 student here at Cornerstone Christian College, and was the regional winner of the ‘Young Women in Public Affairs Award’ earlier this year. Established in 1990 by Zonta’s International President Leneen Forde, the Young Women in Public Affairs Award honors young women of age 16 to 19, who demonstrate a […]

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Easter Blessing

The Story of Easter is central to what Cornerstone is all about, and recently, students in the Early Learning Centre had the opportunity to walk through the story. The Kindergarten children were dressed in clothing similar to what would have been worn, and role-played the events of Palm Sunday and the Last Supper.  The message […]

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Thankfulness

Thankfulness

03 July 2014

Who are the people who most inspire us? At first thought, we will naturally think of those who are incredibly talented – people with the very public gifts that wow us. The athletic, the artistic, the up front leader. On a deeper level we are moved by the courageous – those among us who demonstrate […]

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Semester 2 Dates

Semester 2 Dates

03 July 2014

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Expressions of Interest – Teaching Positions 2015

Expressions of Interest – Teaching Positions 2015

24 June 2014

Application Forms can be found here.

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Position Vacant – Secondary Maths Teacher

Position Vacant – Secondary Maths Teacher

24 June 2014

The Application Form can be found here.

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Teaching Wise Words

Teaching Wise Words

16 June 2014

A wise teacher sent a note home to all parents on the first day of school. It read: “If you promise not to believe everything your child says happens at school, I’ll promise not to believe everything your child says happens at home.” A recent sermon at Cornerstone Church of Christ, by Pastor Lee Sykes, […]

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A Lesson from the Fire Ants

A Lesson from the Fire Ants

14 June 2014

For years scientists were baffled by the mystery of floating fire ants. When placed in water, an individual fire ant will flounder, struggle, and then eventually sink. But when the fire ants band together they form life rafts that help them survive the flash floods of the Brazilian rain forests. As a unified raft, they […]

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Winning Choir Performance

Winning Choir Performance

12 June 2014

Cornerstone Christian College Choir has taken home first place in their debut entry into the WA Performing Arts Eisteddfod. They won the Primary School Mixed Aged Choir category. Under the expertise of College teacher, Mrs Judith Ali, students have been steadily working towards a performance. On this occasion, College parent, Mrs Robyn Olsen accompanied the […]

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Empires and Kingdoms

Empires and Kingdoms

03 June 2014

For most of us, life is framed up around building and investing. We can build investment portfolios, homes, and careers. We spend time accumulating up a heap of stuff to make ourselves and our families more comfortable. In essence, we are building empires. But there is a less travelled road that I think is far […]

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Unity

Unity

19 May 2014

A farmer noticed a highway department truck pulling over on to the shoulder of the road. A man got out and dug a hole, then got back into the truck. Then the other occupant got out, filled up the hole and got back in the truck. Every fifty metres this amazing process was repeated. ’What […]

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BUZ Rangers

BUZ Rangers

19 May 2014

As part of maintaining the Cornerstone Christian College playgrounds as safe and positive environments, a new initiative has been introduced by College Chaplain, Debbie Robinson. She, in partnership with the teaching team, is commencing a new Playground Leadership program during break times in the Primary school. Students from years 5 & 6 have been selected to be on […]

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