RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS

Hale School aims to educate boys to become resilient, respectful and responsible young men. As part of their development, boys need to socialise with girls and they do this at […]

Languages Week

Hale has been a hive of activity during Languages Week, celebrating the cultural diversity of the School. With around 240 languages and dialects are spoken in Western Australia, our State […]

NEW CHAPLAIN COMMISSIONED

Hale School’s new Chaplain, Father Tom Couper was formally welcomed and commissioned at the end of Term 2. The Archbishop of Perth, the Most Reverend Kay Goldsworthy, AO officiated over […]

COOKING ON THE MENU AT HALE

Hale School has some budding young chefs in its midst with the introduction of a range of food and cooking programmes that are being gobbled up by the boys. There […]

BOARDERS’ FARMERS’ MARKET RETURNS

The much anticipated Hale Boarders’ Farmers’ Market returned this year after a two-year hiatus. Even a couple of heavy downpours couldn’t dampen the spirits of the Hale community, who turned […]

GARLAND FESTIVAL SHOWCASES MUSIC TALENT

The 2021 Garland Music Festival attracted more than 300 individual Hale School musicians, including 190 Junior School students performing in the Junior School festival on Friday 6 August and over […]

HALE RESUMES REMOTE LEARNING

All Hale School students started remote learning today, as Perth enters its second day of lockdown. Most schools were set to begin the academic year this week and so have […]