St Joseph's | An excursion, touch football and carols performance

EXCITED: St Joseph's School stage one students on their excursion to Sydney.
EXCITED: St Joseph's School stage one students on their excursion to Sydney.

STAGE one from St Joseph's School had a fabulous day on their recent excursion to Sydney.

They left bright and early on the train from Tarana and visited the Wild Life Sydney Zoo and Sydney Sea Life Aquarium.

EXCITED: Students Grace O'Neill and Riley Murphy represented St Joseph's in touch football at Dubbo.

EXCITED: Students Grace O'Neill and Riley Murphy represented St Joseph's in touch football at Dubbo.

Touch footy

CONGRATULATIONS to Grace O'Neill and Riley Murphy who travelled to Dubbo in week five to represent St Joseph's in touch football.

Despite the sweltering conditions, they managed to enjoy the day and get involved, taking hit ups and putting in plenty of defensive work.

Both players enjoyed the day, had an invaluable experience and are very excited to continue honing their skills in readiness for next year.

A big thank you to the parents who supported these athletes on the day.

JOYFUL: Chloe Swannell and students from St Joseph's School at Columbia Aged Care facility in Oberon.

JOYFUL: Chloe Swannell and students from St Joseph's School at Columbia Aged Care facility in Oberon.

Choir

OUR wonderful choir, led by Chloe Swannell, visited Columbia Aged Care facility during the week to sing songs and Christmas carols for the residents.

Students all had such a lovely time singing along together. It was such a wonderful experience for the students, staff and residents.

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