Interhouse Musicals & Instrumentals

Interhouse Musicals & Instrumentals

This years Interhouse Musicals & Instrumentals proved to be another success with some outstanding performances by each house. It was great to have the support of parents and friends back in the Rock Centre after previous restrictions due to Covid in recent years. Congratulations to Langton for taking out the Instrumentals and to More with their fantastic musical ‘A Trip to Wonderland’.

1st Place – 183 points – Langton with Music from Frozen
2nd Place – 179 points – More
3rd Place – 163 points – Bede and Chatham (tie)
1st Place – 185 points – More with A Trip to Wonderland
2nd Place – 178 points – Langton
3rd Place – 163 points – Chatham 
4th place – 160 points – Bede
A huge thank you to: 
Kevin Wright and Tony Woodhouse for adjudication.
Father Tim and the SLAB team for all of their time and effort in creating a polished evening.
Kellie Rich and the instrumental staff for all of the work and support of the students.
HoHs and teachers for their guidance and support in rehearsals.
The students and organisers of each performance; the talent was superb and all should be proud of themselves. 
Jo Duncan for the photography.
BEDE House Champions 2020

BEDE House Champions 2020

It a topsy-turvy year The Cathedral School managed to hold onto a range of inter-house events, albeit a little more scattered than in years past. With year levels competing in house competitions on individual days, it was difficult to know who was leading the Annual House Championship.

So it was with a great deal of subdued excitement to find out that BEDE had taken out the 2020 House Championship. Former House Captains Hollie Swanton and Chris Adamson (2002) ‘zoomed’ in their Seniors Choice Award announcement to the Bede Head of House, Mr David Phillips. The Seniors Choice Award is presented to the best all-rounder as voted by their peers.

Congratulations to this years winner, Daisy D’Arcy!

Brooke admits to feeling a mixture of nerves and excitement at the experience. “Mum was there for support, but once I was on the field and started playing, nerves went away,” Brooke said. Brooke ended up being selected for the state team, but plans are on hold due to the current pandemic.

Brooke started playing the sport in HPE whilst in Junior School, and she really enjoyed it. She now plays in under-15s for local team, Wests, in a mid-field position. She trains twice a week unless preparing for a big competition when she trains four to five times a week.