Schools get into the Olympic spirit
|At St Angela's, students recited the athletes' oath to uphold the spirit of the Games|
|Corpus Christi used their Olympathon as a fundraising initiative for the school|
On Monday 30 July, St Angela’s Primary, Castle Hill and Corpus Christi Primary, Cranebrook got into the Olympic spirit holding their own versions of the Games.
Students from St Angela’s Primary, Castle Hill, began their day with an opening ceremony and torch relay to signify the start of St Angela’s Games. Reciting the Olympic athletes’ oath, students promised to uphold the spirit of good sportsmanship and try their best.
Events included soccer, netball, T-Ball, mini-hurdles, ring toss, Zumba and volleyball with all students receiving a medal of participation at the end of the day.
At Corpus Christi Primary, Cranebrook the opening ceremony included the lighting of the school’s own Olympic cauldron with students using the day to raise money for additional resources for the school.
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|Volleyball was just one of the many events at the Corpus Christi Olympics|
|All students at St Angela's received medals of particpation at the end of the day|
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