Congratulations to the 28 Year 10 students and four Year 9 students who competed in the North Queensland division of the Science and Engineering Challenge last week, held at James Cook Univeristy. Once again, Cathedral students emerged victorious, for the third year in a row.
The Challenge is conducted by the University of Newcastle, and managed locally by James Cook University. It is designed to promote Engineering as a career option by presenting students with a series of construction challenges.
On Wednesday 23 March the members of The Cathedral School's Leo Club visited the sick children at the children’s ward of the Townsville Hospital to bring some Easter joy to their lives. The students participated in Easter craft activities with the children who were able to leave their hospital beds and for the children who were unable to leave their bed, the Easter Bunny made a special visit to see them with some little Easter treats to brighten their day. Soft toys, greeting cards and of course chocolate eggs were amongst some of the gifts handed out to the children by the students.
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