ARTSFEST 2023

The recent Year 9 ArtsFest, held over two days at the end of Term 4 gave all Year 9 students an opportunity to explore a new artform. The annual event, […]

BOARDERS WIN THE BATTLE IN NEWDEGATE

The Hale Senior Boarders Band emerged victorious at this year’s Newdegate Machinery Field Days’ Battle of the Bands competition. The boys were delighted to take out the top spot in […]

DANIEL CEMENTS HIS POSITION AS WORLDSKILLS CHAMPION

Year 12 student, Daniel Jonasson, was recently awarded the gold medal at the WorldSkills National Championships in the VETis Bricklaying category. The WorldSkills National Championships is Australia’s biggest vocational education […]

CAPTAIN OF SCHOOL ANNOUNCED AS TUCKWELL SCHOLAR

Hale’s Captain of School, Ashton Bryant, has been named as a Tuckwell Scholar for 2024. The Tuckwell Scholarship Program is a highly sought-after undergraduate scholarship program offered to 25 talented […]

FUND-RUN IN MEMORY OF YEAR 12 STUDENT

The Hale School community has channelled its grief at losing a much-loved student into a fundraising initiative that has raised over $40,000 for medical research. Year 12 student Ryan Murphy […]

FINE ART@HALE TO SHOWCASE BEST OF THE WEST

The annual Fine Art@Hale exhibition is always a highly anticipated event on the Hale School calendar and this year is no different. The Exhibition showcases the work of a host […]

WHY THE ATAR STILL MATTERS AT HALE

There is currently much public discussion and debate around the place and purpose of the ATAR pathway for Year 12 students. One school of thought posits that the multitude of […]

YEAR 7S TAKE THE STAGE BY STORM

The Year 7 Redfoot Youth Theatre students took to the stage in Term 1 to perform a magnificent production of Storm Boy. This beloved Australian story by Colin Thiele is […]

THE HALE JOURNEY

“Wellbeing is everyone’s business It’s not just about teaching it but living it.” – Dr Andrew Fuller, Clinical Psychologist Wellbeing is at the heart of students reaching their potential, in […]