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Student Leaders of St. Brigid’s Primary School for 2018

Student Leaders of St. Brigid’s Primary School for 2018
Student Leaders of St. Brigid’s Primary School for 2018
On Thursday 8th February, the students of St Brigid’s Primary School welcomed in the new school year with their parents and parishioners at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Kyogle.
The message for our opening school mass, celebrated by Father Eric was our school theme, ‘Strong in Faith’ with special focus on our patron saint, St Brigid – ‘We Are Strong In Faith Like St Brigid’.
Students presented the readings and offered prayers for the year ahead and with the songs of Andrew Chinn featuring throughout the Mass, the students were “strong in voice”. Our 2018 Kindergarten class were presented to the congregation and each class received a class candle for their room.
Following Mass our School Leaders, Sports Captains, Student Representative Council (SRC) and Mini Vinnies team were presented with their badges and took the pledge, promising to wear their badges with pride and accept the responsibility that comes with leadership. All student leaders asked the whole school and parish community to support and encourage them in their tasks during the year ahead.
Our School Leaders for this year are Kailei Royal and Tyler Moore
Our Sports Captains are Kaelan Harley and Charlie Chalmers (Cohilan-Gold), Amaria Royal and Charlize Taylor(Sutton-Red) Narnie Hardwick and Abigail Smith(Doyle-Blue).
Mass was followed by a picnic lunch on the lawn for students and their families.

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