Talent shines through in community celebration

St Paul’s Catholic College, Booragul continued a 15-year tradition and celebrated its community on the final day of Term 2.

COVID restrictions this year forced us to abandon the whole-school liturgy, talent concert and afternoon of rides, but the fun and community spirit of the day still outshone the different circumstances. 

Students were organised in their Care Groups to participate in the St Paul’s liturgy, which was designed as an interactive video where the rituals were interspersed with prayers read by students in their group. 

Large symbolic art works were created such as the Appreciation Tree in the Damascus Centre Library. The We Love St Paul’s balloon swag highlighted the outside podium for the college’s Got Talent awards ceremony. 

Our wonderful community willingly participated in St Paul’s Got Talent – this time in pre-recorded COVID-safe style. Thanks to the technological genius and hard work of the Year 11 Talent Show Committee the flair and capabilities of our students were again celebrated. 

The St Paul’s community pulls together in a crisis and last term we celebrated in style. 

To find out more about St Paul's Catholic College, Booragul, head to our website.

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