Secondary School News
Okay, it is fair to say that Term Three has slipped right by without evening stopping for a breath.
So, what have the young ladies achieved so far this term?
The Year Eleven’s stood up in front of the Year Seven to Eleven students presenting their speeches about why they should be voted for a 2022 College Leadership position. The voting was done online after the speeches, and the girls have interviews with relevant staff members for their area.
The young ladies in Year Ten and the boys from Mazenod College have been attending dance lessons for two weeks, which led to the formal dance social where they had the opportunity to display these steps and some original dance steps. A massive shout out to Ms Wood and her social committee, who turned the gym into a Night in New York. The young ladies dressed beautifully for the evening, and some of the young ladies brought a change of shoes so they could still dance but in comfort.
The Year Elevens had the opportunity to invite a significant male figure to the Father-Daughter Dinner, where they were tested on how much they knew each other. Then the girls had to test their accuracy to win a prize for their Father for Father’s Day. Judith Cumpsty and her committee members put a fantastic evening on, and managed to turn the Staffroom into an Night Amongst the Stars. Entertainment for the evening was by the Year Eleven band, who played and sang Mad World by Tears For Fears.
It was great to see the number of secondary students dress up for book week, from Bob the Builder, to Dr Seuss and Bananas in Pyjamas.
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Head of Secondary School