St Charles hosts Junior Primary Recognition Ceremony

2016-12-14 06:01
PHOTO: Saysha Baker Oliver Chapple hands out programmes before the ceremony.

PHOTO: Saysha Baker Oliver Chapple hands out programmes before the ceremony.

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THE St Charles College Junior Primary Recognition Ceremony was held in the final week of the school year. The theme this year was “Chapters of our Lives”.

The ceremony is all about the pupils, so the young men of Grade 3 took on the responsibility of doing everything, from the welcome to the closing prayer, with Shaun Mayo the guest speaker.

He shared a life lesson with the boys about the importance of learning to read and the magical worlds reading opens.

Each junior primary boy received a certificate with their personal comment showing their growth throughout the year.
As the ceremony ended, everyone went outside to the circular lawn where pigeons were released, a final symbol that all the junior primary boys have the necessary skills to fly with courage and confidence as they move on to the next chapter in their lives. - Supplied.

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