On the last day of Term 2 our School celebrated St James’ Day, our Founders’ Day, with a hive of activity and colour around the school!
Great weather aided the planting, weeding and mulching working bee by our diligent Year 10s -12s and staff. Whilst our Year 10s -12s were hard at work, our Year 7s – 9s got creative producing beautiful Indigenous dot art as part of NAIDOC Week activities.
Our action-packed day started with the Senior School Academic Awards assembly and our St James’ Day finale resulted in great shrieks of excitement, plus a lot of mess and colour, when the whole School participated in a colour run!
The Year 5 students have created a beautiful piece of memorabilia from this St James’ Day by designing and creating the story of our school’s namesake, Saint James and his legacy as a disciple of Jesus. They drew one page each, painted it in watercolour, and added a section of text. They look forward to sharing it with visitors in the administration building.
Great work Orange Army!