St Cadoc’s Primary
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.”