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Friday 26 July, 2019

There was a double cause for celebration at St Anne’s College in Kialla this week as Sandhurst’s newest school celebrated their official opening on the feast day of the Colleges’ namesake, St Anne.

Exactly two years after the first sod was turned; students, staff, parents and distinguished guests gathered on-site to mark the formal blessing of the College. Bishop Leslie Tomlinson performed the official duties of blessing the buildings along with Parish Priest, Fr Peter Taylor. Mr Paul Desmond, Director of Catholic Education Sandhurst unveiled the plaque together with School Board Chairperson, Annette Jakob to declare the College officially open.

Wednesday 24 July, 2019

As the Clock counted down for the beginning of the Ablaze concert in Shepparton, 600 grade five and six students from the Goulburn Valley area joined in the countdown, shouting out the numbers, 5..4..3..2..1. before erupting into thunderous applause.

Loud music with a heavy rock beat rang out across the auditorium as coloured beams of light streamed across the stage, moving from side to side. Amid the deafening applause, Fr Rob called for the students to stand up, and more cheers broke out as they jumped to their feet, ready to join in. This is the first time the Ablaze concert has included a concert for primary aged students and the reaction was priceless.

Tuesday 18 June, 2019

The 2019 Bishop Joseph Grech scholarship winners for 2019 were honoured at an awards ceremony and luncheon in Shepparton recently. The 12 recipients from eight Sandhurst Secondary Colleges were joined by family, friends and College representatives.

The Bishop Joseph Grech Scholarship recognises exceptional young people in our colleges who model exemplary behaviour and contribute to the life of their Colleges, through their commitment to their faith and to social justice.

Thursday 13 June, 2019

Over two days and across two locations, the 2019 Festival of the Sacred wowed audiences in Echuca and Bendigo last month. More than 1300 Catholic school students took part in the festivals, which included a choral, dance and drama program. Grade five and six students from eighteen regional Catholic Primary Schools were split between the two performances with the first one taking place at St Mary’s Primary School in Echuca on Wednesday, June 12, followed by St Francis of the Fields Primary school in Strathfieldsaye on Thursday, June 13.

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