Hedland students in 150-piece band

Five Hedland Senior High School students joined 154 other young musicians from around Western Australia in a once-off big-band rehearsal in Perth.

Pilbara’s biggest play group day

Kids big and small were treated to Karratha Community House’s annual Pilbara Play Day on Monday June 24 at the Frank Butler Centre in Karratha. The event featured a giant sand pit, bouncing castles, ...

Storytelling and tall tails at Millars Well Primary

Millars Well Primary School students celebrated Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal cultures last week by taking part in fun activities, such as kangaroo cooking and boomerang painting classes. Kar...

Meet the St Luke’s press

St Luke’s College media students have produced an autobiographical short film being screened as part of the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s Perspectives Exhibition that is running in Perth up to J...

Fundraiser not so trivial for young students

A camp to Broome might sound like a fun way to end primary school, but getting there is all in the fundraising. Port Hedland Primary School’s Year 7 parents are holding a trivia night on Saturday, Ju...

Get set kids, school’s out

Kids have plenty of activities to choose from this school holidays in Hedland, including Gemma Maddock’s renowned performing arts workshops. Movie Marathon.  What can be better than a full afternoon ...

St Luke’s students earn industry certificates

St Luke’s College had the honour of welcoming Mrs Alison Traine of the Pilbara Institute to present certificates at a recent college assembly in March.   Students received Certificates in Building an...

Primary students explore the brain

At first appearance it might look like an instruction class for junior Dexters or zombies looking for a snack. Yet the Dampier and Karratha primary school students were not dissecting sheep’s brains ...