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Dominicans Still Travelling in the 800th Year

Posted by St Dominic's Priory College on 6 July 2016
Dominicans Still Travelling in the 800th Year

From adventures on the Chocolate River, to Pilgrimages, Excursions and more...

These last two weeks of term have been filled with signs of hope and talent.  On last Thursday special guests from our brother school, Blackfriars, brought with them the travelling symbol of Dominic's journeys as well as a journal with entries from Dominican schools in Queensland, Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.  During the coming Holidays, delegates from St. Dominic's will travel to Queensland, to pass these items on to San Sisto School, and participate in the Common Ground Conference with students from around the country.

Also in today's Bulletin, which is awash with colour...

  • Our Year 1 Class reflects on their recent lessons about Japan
  • The Year 3 Class visit the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre and share their thoughts
  • We congratulate sporting and LOTE successes, with, in particular, our Year 8-11 French Students scoring spectacularly well in the recent Language Perfect Championships
  • Photos from the 2016 College Production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are published
  • The convenors of our newest Fete Stall have a special request for those who may be feeling idle and up for some arts & craft during the holiday break.  See inside for more details...

The final Bulletin for Term 2 is available here.

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