Fair­burn Dam camp a lot of fun

Fundrais­ing events suc­cess

Central Telegraph - - LIFE | SCHOOLS -

Year 5 Camp

YEAR 5 stu­dents, their teacher Miss Busch and a hand­ful of par­ents en­joyed a week-long camp at the Fair­burn Dam near Emerald.

They were chal­lenged, en­ter­tained, fed, sup­ported and guided to a won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence.

The weather played along, and glo­ri­ous days were had where they kayaked, climbed walls and par­tic­i­pated in cat­a­pult ac­tiv­i­ties.

The stu­dents all had a won­der­ful time and Miss Busch said that giv­ing stu­dents the op­por­tu­nity to step out of their com­fort zone brought the best out of them. Lead­ers were iden­ti­fied, and team­work was of the ut­most im­por­tance.

Watch­ing the videos that emerged from the camp, it sounded as if Mrs He­len Dionysius had the most fun.

Ladies’ High Tea

THE PFC hosted a suc­cess­ful High Tea and mem­bers from the Biloela com­mu­nity turned up dressed in their pret­ties to en­joy a morn­ing of fel­low­ship, en­ter­tain­ment and de­vour­ing more calo­ries than was nec­es­sary.

The funds raised will be put to good use and our stu­dents are grate­ful for the ef­fort their par­ents put in.

Rais­ing funds for sick chil­dren

THE SRC got ev­ery­one wear­ing some crazy socks and some even donned some crazy out­fits.

A gold coin do­na­tion was asked, and much needed funds were raised to help sick chil­dren in hospi­tal.

The stu­dents re­flected on how priv­i­leged they are to be healthy.


CRAZY FUN: Year 3 stu­dents get into the spirit of crazy dress­ing and crazy socks in aid of sick chil­dren.

Redeemer Lutheran Col­lege High Tea.

Year 1 stu­dents show­ing off their crazy socks for a good cause.

Great chal­lenge on the rock wall at the Year Five Camp.

Brock Wilkie wa­ter­ing his crop.

High Tea del­i­catessen mixed with old world charm.

Cat­a­pult fun!

Any­one for a fancy cup of tea?

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