Year 12 Cathedral student, Thomas Braithwaite is one of 16 students from around the state to be selected to represent Queensland in the Australian School Sport Tennis Championships (Pizzey Cup) to be held in Shepparton, Victoria at the end of this month.
The 17 year old boarder from Mount Isa was the only player from the Northern Region to make the state team after selection at the Queensland School Sport Secondary State Tennis Championships held in Townsville in March.
Students of Cathedral’s Middle School will participate in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence this Friday 17 March.
The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is held annually on the third Friday of March. It is an opportunity for the whole school community to 'take a stand together' against bullying and violence.
Year 9 Dean, Mrs Debbie Bennett-Rauch said “The National Day against Bullying allows the school to reflect and move forward on the issue of Bullying. It provides a national day that we can address bullying and continue to learn the skills required to allow students in the Middle School to be safe and also supported.”
This week, Paul Jarman, widely acclaimed Australian composer, performer, musical director and educator, will be visiting The Cathedral School to start the writing process of a Centenary Song that will be presented on the School’s 100th Foundation Day on 21 July 2017.
Paul has written over 100 commissioned works for ensembles, festivals and events including Gondwana Voices, Sydney Children’s Choir, Birralee Voices, The Song Company, Boston City Singers, Rafiki Youth Choir, The Australian Boys’ Choir, The Hunter Singers, Department of Education, Woden Valley Youth Choir and many more.
Paul will spend the week meeting with past students, staff, current students and parents to familiarise himself with the school community so he can write a song that truly represents the ethos and history of the school.