ILLUMINATE

Lakeland SHS Arts subjects once again hosted Illuminate (Arts Showcase). Two nights of performances and art work were on show to promote the hard work and commitment of our students. Both nights consisted of performances in the Theatre with intermission in the Library where there was an Art Exhibition with artwork from our students and our local primary school students along with some light snacks.

Cultural Day Assembly 2019

Cultural Day Assembly

Cultural Day is always fun at Lakeland SHS but last Friday was something special.

There were wonderful performances from our students, a surprise flash mob dance by our staff followed by a scrumptious morning tea.

Massive thanks must go to Salome, our school Chaplain for organising this occasion. Special thanks also go to Dawn Ugle for acknowledging our Indigenous heritage and all of our ex students who also returned to support this day.

Thank you to all of our parents, guardians and special guests who were there to celebrate with us.

We can't wait for next year!

Runner Up State Medalist

CONGRATULATIONS to Year 9 student Demi

Demi was Runner-Up in the State Medal Exam for the Intermediate Cecchetti Ballet Competition.

While her ballet school would love her to be full time with them, they are formulating a program where she can pursue both school and ballet. This is new territory for the ballet school as most students are in full time programs with external schooling.

What a fantastic achievement Demi!

Debating

Congratulations to our Year 7 debating team who successfully argued that humans shouldn't have to apologise to animals against Melville SHS.  Our Year 9 team won against Harrisdale SHS - a happy pig is always better than an unhappy philosopher.  The Year 8 team were narrowly defeated by Rossmoyne SHS arguing the pros and cons of robots. 

Mrs Ferraro is extremely proud of all debaters for taking on board feedback and striving to get better each round.  They are great representatives of our school.

Cultural Day Assembly 2019

Lakeland Senior High School's 10th Annual Cultural Assembly will be held on Friday 30 August at 10am followed by a morning tea in the Library from 11am-11.30am.

Please sign in at Reception in Administration where you will be welcomed by one of our students who will escort you to the school gymnasium.

RSVP to Salome Candy on 9412 3131 or salome.candy@education.wa.edu.au 

Year 10 Student in 3x3 NBL Hustle Grand Final

Chelsea Boulden and her team at U18’s Cockburn Basketball Association competed in and won the 3x3 NBL Hustle Grand Final. 
Her team played before the Australian Boomers vs Canada game at RAC Arena last Saturday evening and as the winners the girls were chosen to be the Flag Bearers as well.
Congratulations Chelsea!

Illuminate

Illuminate Arts Showcase   

4-5 September 6.15pm-8pm

 

Artwork will be on display in the Library with performances in the Theatre

 

$5 tickets can be purchased in Administration

Be quick as there is limited seating

 

 

Please click on the link for the trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfAza36r7oY&feature=youtu.be 

NAIDOC Week Assembly

Lakeland Senior High School has a rich and significant Indigenous culture. Each year our students celebrate the heritage of our Indigenous culture as well as taking the opportunity to engage with the wider community to help build links and social capacity.

You are cordially invited to attend our annual NAIDOC Week Assembly.

Date:     Wednesday 3rd July 2019

Time:     9:55 am - Please arrive by 9:45 am

Where:   Lakeland SHS, 106 South Lake Drive, South Lake.

Please join us afterwards for Morning Tea, in the Library from 10:55 am - 11:30 am.

After you have signed in at the Front Office, you will be welcomed by one of our students, who will then escort you to the school Gym.


RSVP: Salome Candy for catering purposes

We look forward to celebrating with you.

Regards

Salome Candy

YouthCARE Chaplain

Lakeland SHS

94123131

salome.candy@education.wa.edu.au

ShOUT Showcase

Inclusive Education WA is very excited to be hosting ShOUT Showcase, a panel event to hear directly from LGBTIQA+ young people about their experiences at school and explore strategies for improving these education experiences.  IEWA is funded by the WA Department of Education to provide specialised advice and support to WA schools on LGBTIQA+ inclusivity.

Please see the attached flyer for more information.