Colour Fun Run
The last day of any term always emanates excitement and enthusiasm, from teachers and students alike. But when the day also promises coloured paint, water fights and an inflatable obstacle course the day is guaranteed to be a winner.
This term the Year 7 Students with support of PC Teachers Ms Tracey Cullinan and Andrew Barker, coordinated the CUA Colour Fun Run to raise much needed funds for Granite Belt Support Services, QISSN/Confraternity 2018 and resourcing for both campuses.
Students from both Primary and Secondary received sponsorship from friends and family for taking part in the fun run that included the addition of a 400 metre inflatable colour course. The course made up of giant slide, water pistol fights, climbing ropes, colour bombs and 100’s of litres of coloured paints and powders was one of the highlights of the students term. This is the first time that St Joseph’s School has taken part in the CUA Fun Run, but judging from the tremendous fundraising efforts made by students, and the wide smiles on the faces of those who took part, this will not be the last.