Interhouse Drama 2022

Interhouse Drama 2022

On the final day of school for 2022, the Middle & Senior School houses of Bede, Chatham, Langton & More, along with parents and friends, gathered together to watch the annual Interhouse Drama Competition. The performances were adjudicated by the amazing Keely and Michael from TheatreiNQ.

The competition was fierce, with some outstanding performances, and congratulations must go to all of the students for their hard work and talent. There can, however, only be one winner – well done to the Bede Bears for their win! Bring on 2023!

Best Performer Nominees: Lily V and Oliver G
Best Performer: Janae P
1st Place on 185 points – Bede
2nd Place on 172 points – Chatham
3rd Place on 166 points – Langton
4th Place on 125 points – More

Photography by Jo Duncan.

Dance Concert 2022

Dance Concert 2022

Our third annual Dance Concert was held in the Rock Centre, performed by students from Prep through to Year 12.
The 2022 Cathedral Dance Concert took place on November 6 showcasing and celebrating the wonderful dancers and creative movement program we offer at the school. Under the guidance of our amazing dance teacher Suzie Searight, 90 students from Prep to Year 12 performed a variety of dance works in the styles of Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, and Hip Hop.
It was a fabulous opportunity for the students to share with the audience all that they had been working on throughout the year on stage and in costume. Dance Awards were presented at the end of the evening to ‘Dancers of the Year’.
Junior School Dancer of the Year:
Willow Morse
Middle School Dancer of the Year:
Christopher Neilson
Senior School Dancer of the Year:
Isabelle Franzmann
Outstanding Dedication and Effort to Dance:
Alysha Mottin

A huge thank you to Miss Suzie and the volunteers and Music staff who helped make the night a big success, and to Jo Duncan for the beautiful photography.

Photography by Jo Duncan

Arts Update

Arts Update

From the stage to the gallery wall, it has been a productive period for the Cathedral Performing and Visual Arts students.


Students from Junior, Middle, and Senior schools have started their two-week sold-out performance of Madagascar with the Townsville Choral Society.  Congratulations to Rylee, Janae, Lucy-Rose, Willow (pictured), Oliver, Charli, Ben, and Lilly for their highly entertaining performances!

Creative Generation Excellence Awards

Congratulations to Year 12 students Lily, Ty, and Dakota who were invited to exhibit their final Visual Art pieces in the Creative Generation Excellence Awards. This exhibition showcases the most outstanding visual artworks by senior high school students in North Queensland, and all three girls should be commended for their amazing pieces. Thank you to Jenna Dann for your support.

The work will be exhibited at The Drill Hall Studio in North Ward from Oct 9-30th and is free to view.

Eisteddfod Excellence

At the first Junior School assembly for Term 4 we acknowledged the effort and commitment by our students who participated in the 2022 Eisteddfod Program. Head of Junior School Mr. Luke Baills made special mention of the Junior School Percussion Ensemble who achieved the highest score across the entire Eisteddfod with 96/100. Pictured are all of the students in Junior School who participated and/or received awards in this year’s Eisteddfod.

Art Extravaganza

This year’s Art Extravaganza was another huge success with a unique piece on display by each child from the Early Learning Centre through to Year 6. Visitors were provided an opportunity to contribute by creating their own pieces on the ‘sticky note’ wall of art, or the colourful and thoughtful ‘rock art’ collection.

Eisteddfod 2022

Eisteddfod 2022

The Cathedral School choirs, ensembles, duos, and soloists had tremendous success at this year’s Townsville Eisteddfod.

Congratulations to all of our musicians and performers who competed in the Eisteddfod with a special acknowledgment to the five students who were recognised with major awards.

Mary Creen Piano Bursary; and
The Morna Ward Award for Most promising pianist 13 and over: Austin

Brass Music Specialist Encouragement Award: Somer

Most promising Woodwind Student 13 years and over: Nicholas

Most promising Woodwind Student 12 and under: Hannah

Most promising Male Vocalist age 12 and under: John

Ensembles and overall awards
Title Name Place
Yr 7 to Age 18 Instrumental Quartet/Quintet Senior String Quartet First
Yr 6 & Under Percussion Ensemble Junior Percussion Ensemble First
Age 18 & Under Percussion Ensemble Percussion Ensemble First
Age 18 & Under String Orchestra A Grade Chamber Strings First
Age 18 & Under String Orchestra B Grade Guitar Orchestra First
Age 18 & Under Concert Band A Grade Symphonic Band First
Year 6 and Under Instrumental Trio Year 6 Flute Trio First
Yr 7 to Age 18 Instrumental Quartet/Quintet Saxophone Quartet Second
Yr 6 & Under Concert Band Junior School Concert Band Second
Age 18 & Under Concert Band B Grade Concert Band Second
Age 18 & Under Stage Band Big Band Second
Age 18 & Under Folk Singing Chorus V.O.C.E. Second
Yr 6 & & Under Mixed Ensemble Junior School Flute Ensemble Second
Yr 6 & & Under Mixed Ensemble Clarinet Ensemble Third
Yr 6 & Primary Choral Championship Animato Choir Third
Age 18 & Under Modern Chorus Chamber Singers Third
Year 6 and Under Beginner String Orchestra Junior School String Orchestra Third
Yr 7 to Age 18 Instrumental Quartet/Quintet Year 12 Flutes Highly Commended
Yr 6 & Under Mixed Ensemble Junior School Guitar Ensemble Highly Commended
Age 18 & Under Mixed Ensemble Clarinet Ensemble and Flute Bellissimo Highly Commended
Age 18 & Under Guitar Ensemble Guitar Ensemble 1 Highly Commended
Age 18 & Under Novelty Chorist B.R.A.V.E. Highly Commended
Year 4 & Under Junior Primary Choral Championship Sopranino Choir Highly Commended