It is now just 12 months until The Cathedral School celebrates its 100th birthday and to celebrate this significant milestone, we are delighted to launch a Centenary Video series which commemorates our wonderful School since it first commenced in 1917.

Over the past 99 years The Cathedral School has undergone many changes throughout its long history, but there is one thing that has remained the same - it has always provided a nurturing and challenging environment where students can learn, develop and grow in a caring Christian community.

We invite you to watch our Centenary Video series where a one video per month will be uploaded to the website in the lead up to the School's Centenary celebrations in July 2017.

The first video in the series is of Mother Eunice. Mother Eunice was a young Sister from the Society of the Sacred Advent who started at St Anne’s CEGS in 1971 and stayed until the Sisters departed the School in 1978. She is the only remaining member of the Order who worked at St Anne’s. In this video, Mother Eunice reflects on the founding Sisters and the enormous contributions they made in shaping the School.

Please visit the Stories section of the Centenary website to hear Mother Eunice's story.