Secondary students from across the Diocese came together at The Factory Theatre at St Pius X High School, Adamstown for the annual Diocesan Theatre Sports competition. The drama students showcased their improvisation skills, impressing students, teachers and judges alike.
The winners were:
1st – St Clare’s High School, Taree
2nd – St Joseph’s College, Lochinvar
3rd – San Clemente High School, Mayfield
1st – St Joseph’s, Lochinvar Team 1 and St Clare’s, Taree
3rd – San Clemente
1st – San Clemente Team 1
2nd – San Clemente Team 2
3rd – St Pius X Tam 1 and 2
1st – St Catherine’s Catholic College, Singleton
2nd – St Clare’s Team 1
3rd – St Joseph’s, Lohinvar
There was also plenty of opportunities to learn more about the Diocese’s secondary schools, with All Saints’ College, Maitland and St Mary’s Catholic College, Gateshead hosting Open Day/Nights for interested prospective families.
At St Dominic’s Centre, Mayfield infant students took part in a ninja challenge involving a circuit of games and challenges in the Movement Room.
Over at St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset, a morning liturgy was followed by open classrooms with families and a picnic morning tea.
At St John’s Primary School, Lambton students invited their families for a shared picnic lunch, while at St Joseph’s Primary School, Bulahdelah students tied up their laces for a cross country race as well as enjoying a liturgy, open classrooms and a morning tea with their families.
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