The final assembly for 2020 will be held on Friday 11 December at 9.30am in the Gymnasium. 

Parents, carers and guardians are welcome.


Lakeland SHS is very proud of Rai Alfonso, our year 10 student who was presented with a Silver Award at the National History Challenge State Awards on Saturday.

Rai wrote and illustrated a beautiful book looking at the impact of the Indonesian invasion of East Timor, she then demonstrated the contestability of this event with an essay examining Australian foreign policy at the time.

We are very proud of you Rai!

Celebration Disco

Celebrate the end of the year with a disco!!  

Wednesday 2 December 

6-8 pm

Year 7-10 students see Mrs Cuthbertson for permission slips

The Bachelor King

Drama Production

Wednesday 9 & Thursday 10 December

Tickets $7 each

On sale now!


Indigenous Serviceperson Garden

Today Lakeland SHS opened our new garden that honours the service of Indigenous soldiers from Western Australia in World War I. There are 13 soldiers that have a special place of honour in the garden as these men fought during the Gallipoli campaign. The garden, Kalyakoorl Ngoornding Boodjar, which means Forever Sleeping in Our Country was planned and developed by Mr Bruce Abbott and his team at Replant Australia and was funded through the Local School’s Community Fund with the support of Federal Member for Fremantle, Mr Josh Wilson.


There were many staff and students involved in developing the garden and many hours of work were put in to the opening ceremony today. We would like to acknowledge the leader of this initiative, Mrs Cathy Baron for her vision and passion to make the garden happen and thank all staff members and students that were involved.


We would also like to thank:

Mrs Di Ryder for giving an address about Indigenous service at the ceremony

Mr George Hayden for performing a smoking ceremony and for being involved in the naming of the garden through his work at the Noongar Boodjar Language Cultural Aboriginal Corporation

Year 10 student Elizabeth Hart for her leadership and artwork in the garden

The extended families of Private William John Jackson and Privates Larry and Lewis Farmer who attended today’s ceremony.


Friday 6 November is a PUPIL FREE DAY.

Students are not required to attend.



The 2020 Food Truck Challenge is at lunch time on Wednesday 28 October 2020.

Great food for great causes!


Mentally Healthy Day will be held on Friday 13 November 2020.