It is just over 12 months until The Cathedral School’s 100th birthday and to celebrate this significant milestone, we are delighted to launch our Centenary website.
The website will be your go to place for all things Centenary such as a History Timeline, News and Events, Past Student Stories and an update on our Centenary Project “The Connection Place”.
We invite you to explore our Centenary website which provides an insight into the School’s past, present and future.
Grace Gough, a Year 12 student from The Cathedral School, has been selected to attend a Disease Detective Camp at the David J Sencer Centre for Disease Control Museum located in Georgia, United States of America.
The five day program is an interdisciplinary educational program organised by the Centre for Disease Control Museum for high school students which allows them to be immersed into the diverse field of health. Topics that the students may cover include infectious disease, chronic disease and injury prevention.
On Thursday 26 May, children at The Cathedral School aged eight and under will celebrate the joys of childhood as a part of the festivities for Under Eights’ Week. This year is the 60th year of the celebration organised annually by the Early Childhood Australia Queensland Branch which aims to give young children a forum to shine and enhance community awareness of the rich and competent contribution young children make to the community. The theme for 2016 is 'Early Learning, Everyone Benefits”.
The Cathedral School’s Early Childhood Coordinator Mrs Amanda Banister said Under Eights’ Week is a chance to celebrate children, childhood and the best ways in which young children learn.