Swimming Carnival 2023 – Senior School
The Bears bounced back to take out the first senior swimming carnival of the year, making it back-to-back wins for Bede House. It was great to award the House Spirit shield again after missing 2022 due to Covid.
Congratulations Chatham on their third successive House Spirit win.
Photography: Jo Duncan
Senior School results:
1st Bede 467, 2nd More 368, 3rd Chatham 318, 4th Langton 301.
House Spirit Award – Chatham
15 year Girl 1. Kiera Wallace M, 2. Mylee Kovacich B
15 Year Boy 1. Hunter Boschen B, 2. Sam Murphy M
16 Year Girl 1. Chloe Maxwell L, 2. Spycer Morse M
16 Year Boy 1. Elliot Sadewasser B, 2. Elliott Bryant B
17 Year Girl 1. Ava Calleja C, 2. Zoe Havenaar B
17 Year Boy 1. Luke Abdy B, 2 Joshua Murphy M
18 Year Girl 1. Macie Brereton B, Molly Gysberts M
18 Year Boy 1. James Haydon L, 2. Kyle Wood M
Year 11 Development Day
Highlights from the Year 11 Development Day at the Rock Centre.
The annual event provides an opportunity for students to learn new skills, collaborate as a team, and highlight their individuality and personality.
The development day culminated with dinner, dancing, and stage performances as couples and house groups. Carefully curated and executed by Bonnie Nicholas (Head of Arts), and the dynamic dance instructing duo of Narelle and Simon Midson.
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!
Senior School Presentation Night 2022
The Year 10, 11, and 12 students and families gathered at the Rock Centre on November 17 for the Senior School Presentation evening, including special guests, the Very Reverend Dr. Kenneth Lay, and Mr. Daniel Christie, Chairman of The Cathedral School Board.
Photography by Jo Duncan.
Sports Awards 2022
The Middle and Senior School celebrated the year in sport with the annual Sports Awards assembly in the Rock Centre.
Head of Sport, John Rauch acknowledged the increasing diversity of sports at The Cathedral School and the high level of success and representation by Cathedral students on a local, state, and national level, both within the school program and independently. Congratulations to all students, staff, and families who have dedicated their time and commitment to their sport and balancing this with other school curricula.