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Hair-Raising Act by Selfless Student

As most students are getting their haircut over the holidays ready for the return to school, Year 4 student Olivia Van den Ham is madly trying to grow her hair. Olivia is hoping to get it as long as possible, before cutting it all off for a good cause. Olivia is...

2020 St James’ Day

The sun was shining on St James' as the School celebrated its founders day on Friday 03 July.  Albeit slightly different to most years due to Covid-19 restrictions, this did not stop the Orange Army from celebrating St James' day. The day commenced with a service in...

2020 NAIDOC Day

On Thursday 18 June 2020, the students at St James’ celebrated NAIDOC Day. The day started with the Wesley College Moorditj Mob performing a Welcome to Country for each year group. This was an incredibly touching experience and the staff and students at St James' were...

2020 Interhouse Cross Country Results

On Friday 5 June 2020 the St James' students hit the track to compete in the 2020 Interhouse Cross Country carnival. Like many events in 2020, the cross country carnival was run slightly differently as spectators were not permitted. This didn't stop the Orange Army...

The Reverend Peter Laurence OAM Visits St James’

On Tuesday 02 June St James' students had the pleasure of welcoming The Reverend Peter Laurence OAM, CEO of the Anglican Schools Commission to the School. He was greeted by Mr Pree, Head Girl Abbygale Tirant and, Head Boy Bradley Hounslow as well as the one and only...

Introducing the Djinda Sports Centre

Thursday 14 May was a significant day for everyone at St James'. The School gymnasium received its formal signage and will forever be known as the Djinda Sports Centre. Djinda, an Aboriginal word meaning stars above, reflects our beautiful clean air in the north and...

1000 Hearts at St James’

At the beginning of the year Mrs Pownall and Mrs Pearce started a Club with students from the Senior School called 1000 Hearts at St James'. The idea for the club originated from Sarah De Jonge of Hobart whose aim was to spread compassion, self-kindness and kindness...

St James’ Orange Army Back in Full Strength

A significant day for the Orange Army, we see the return of face to face learning throughout the School. With measures in place to ensure the safety of both students and staff we are proud to be back in full strength ready to tackle Term 2 head-on. Our students are...

The SJAS Foxes are on the Prowl!

We are very excited to announce the new St James' mascot – ‘Franki the Fox’ (Franki means 'the free one'). An animal from the local Alkimos area, foxes are protective of their friends and always team players. Combined with a cheeky smile, their agility and...

St James’ Students Remember the Fallen

ANZAC Day 2020, did not have its traditional Dawn Service or march this year and has quite possibly paved the way to a new and even more inclusive tradition lighting up our driveways. Here at St James' we are very fortunate to have a number of students who remembered...

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