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“Coolies” to volunteer their time in earthquake ravaged Nepal at the end of Year 12

A group of Year 12 students from The Cathedral School will have a different Schoolies Week celebration to most other teenagers their age as they volunteer their time in the earthquake ravaged country of Nepal.

The group of 18 students and two staff members will depart on Sunday 22 November and are looking forward to providing disaster relief to the Nepalese people and helping rebuild a local school in the area.

In an attempt to raise $5,000 to purchase building supplies and items for the school children, the group of students will conduct a “Box Sleep Out” on Friday 13 November to fully understand how the local people have to now live after the country was devastated by an earthquake earlier this year.


Tayla races to the Oceania Regional Championships

Year 10 student, Tayla King, has been selected in the Regional Australian Athletics team to compete at the Oceania Championships in Cairns next month. Tayla qualified for the team through her results at the Australian Junior Championships in Sydney last month and will compete in the 200m and 400m events at the Championships.


Cathedral celebrates two important events: Harmony Day and National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

Friday will be an action packed day for the students of The Cathedral School as the Junior School celebrates Harmony Day and the students of the Middle School focuses on the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence.

Even though the two celebrations focus on different themes, they both reinforce the same message of inclusiveness, working together as one community and that everyone belongs which is also in line with The Cathedral School’s ethos.

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