Head of Instrumental Music, Mrs Heather Orr is very excited to have Paul here this week and is looking forward to the end result.
“It is our hope that this song will become a song that students and staff will want to sing at assemblies, sports carnivals, football games etc, into the future” said Mrs Orr.
“Paul’s song is not intended to replace our School Hymn that many past and current students will know all too well, but rather celebrate our School’s Centenary this year and into the future” added Mrs Orr.
The Cathedral School started out as St Anne’s Church of England Girls’ School in 1917, operated by the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent. After evacuation to Ravenswood during WW2, and relocation from the city to Mundingburra in the late 1950’s, the school sadly farewelled its founding Sisters in 1978. Soon after, the School became co-educational and changed its name, and since then has evolved into the modern independent Anglican school that it is today.
More information about The Cathedral School’s history and Centenary celebrations can be found on the website www.cathedral.qld.edu.au/centenary.