• OH HALE, YOU BEAUT!

    Over 150 years of tradition and duty

    1858

    Legend has it that Bishop Hale escorted his first pupil on horseback to Perth, camping out in the bush, over a three day period in time for the opening of the doors at The Cloisters on 28 June 1858.

  • WE HAD NO UNIFORMS

    Substance counted for more than appearance

    1899

    "There was no such things as football boots. You just had to use the same boots you wore to School.”

  • HAVELOCK STREET

    Laying of the Foundation Stone

    1914

    The Governor, Sir Harry Barron, 'hoped that the School would continue to be an important factor in the life of the State, and that the tuitions of the School would be kept up as long as Western Australia existed.'

  • THE BUS STOP BOYS

    Havelock Street: July 1927

    1927

    "There were few motor cars or trucks; buses had just started a Perth-Fremantle service - and the successful ascent of Malcolm Street by them when fully loaded was sometimes in doubt."

  • TRAINING FOR SPEECH NIGHT

    Performed with military precision

    1930s

    "P.T., known as ‘drill’, was supervised by ‘Buckety’ Wells, an old soldier of rather forceful mien, bristling hair and moustache, whose annual ‘tour de force’ was the Drill Display on the school lawn on Speech Night before an assembly of admiring parents and families."

  • Off to the inters

    A spirit which cannot be taught

    1965

    Peter Eakins and Frankie Kuhn lead the charge from Hale School to the Inters Athletics Championships.

  • THE END OF AN ERA

    No more orienteering, shooting or lantern stalking

    1975

    'The news came through that all Cadet Units were to be disbanded. This was received with mixed feelings; some sighed with relief, some cried for joy, but most had a look of sadness in their eyes.'

  • LEST WE FORGET

    They lost their lives doing their duty

    1999

    'Headmaster, John Inverarity commissioned the Hale School Memorial Groves which commemorate all Old Haleians who lost their lives while serving their country.'

  • FIND YOUR FRONTIER

    Continuing authentic development into the future

    CURRENT

    Old Haleians can be found all over the world doing all manner of things. Wembley Downs is just the beginning of this incredible journey.

  • 1858
  • 1899
  • 1914
  • 1927
  • 1930s
  • 1965
  • 1975
  • 1999
  • CURRENT

News

Events

  • Hale Staff Lunch

    Hale Staff Lunch

    Saturday 27 October 2018
    Location: Forrest Library Foyer - Hale School.
    Time: 12pm
    Cost: $40

    All past and current Hale School staff are invited to join us for lunch

  • Havelock Lunch

    Havelock Lunch

    Friday 09 November 2018
    Location: Hale School
    Time: 10am - 2pm
    Cost: $40

    Remembrance Day Service, Meet 'Kicker Thompson' - followed by lunch in the Tom Hoar Dining Hall.

  • Class of 48 Reunion

    Class of 48 Reunion

    Friday 09 November 2018
    Location: Hale School - Held in conjunction with the Havelock Lunch and the School's Remembrance Day Service.
    Time: 10am
    Cost: $0

  • Class of 58 Reunion

    Class of 58 Reunion

    Monday 12 November 2018
    Location: The Pavilion: Hale School
    Time: 12pm
    Cost: $0

    You are invited as guests of the Headmaster to attend the 60-Year reunion of the 1958 class group

  • Class of 73 Reunion

    Class of 73 Reunion

    Friday 16 November 2018
    Location:

    Botanica Bar and Bistro


     

    Time: From 4.00pm
    Cost: $0

    An informal get together at Botanica. Pop in for a drink and/or stay on for dinner. RSVP please f...

  • Class of 61 Reunion

    Class of 61 Reunion

    Saturday 17 November 2018
    Location: University Club of Western Australia. 
    Time: 6.30pm
    Cost: $120

    Kick off time is 6.30 pm for a 7 pm dinner. Partners most welcome. Please RSVP by Monday 1 October 

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