St Cadoc’s Pri­mary

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rap was ex­cep­tional and what a great way to learn.

P7 told their story of how they have made a dif­fer­ence to the way peo­ple be­have through the Stamp it Out pro­ject, which they have re­cently jointly worked on with Cairns Pri­mary.

The high energy of pupils in P3/P4 with their colour­ful and vi­brant dis­play of sports like box­ing, karate, zumba and hoola-hoop was quite amaz­ing.

The school’s ethos and val­ues were very well pre­sented through the hymn On this School your Bless­ing Lord.

The whole school per­for­mance of Rhythm of my Heart was bril­liantly sung and was a per­fect fi­nale to what was a very spe­cial day for all con­nected with St Cadoc’s.

Speak­ing af­ter­wards, Coun­cil­lor Clearie said: “It’s such a won­der­ful school - the pupils and teach­ers al­ways make you feel very welcome.

“The at­mos­phere there is so nice, and with the new build­ing be­ing so open, they are tak­ing full ad­van­tage of it. It’s a re­ally car­ing school, too, and you get that from Mrs McCon­nell. She’s won­der­ful - she treats ev­ery­one the same.

“It was a great open­ing, show­ing how they are us­ing the new build­ing when they did a show for us - it re­ally is a fab­u­lous build­ing and they all did very well.”

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