Earlier this term several students from year six took part in a writing competition to coincide with the Australian Conference of the Sister Cities project.

This year the conference was hosted by Blacktown City Council and included delegates from Korea, China, New Zealand, The Philippines and many other countries involved in the project. Entries in the competition were submitted by hundreds of year six students from the Blacktown area. Ten prizes were awarded and two of them were won by Disha Prasad and Ayak Tong from St Aidan’s.

Last Sunday evening Disha, Ayak, their families along with Mrs Colusso (year 6 teacher) andDr Ricketts (principal) attended a wonderful cultural experience at the Colebee Centre. During the ceremony the girls received their awards and enjoyed a delicious supper and fabulous entertainment performed by a variety of representatives from the participating countries.

Congratulations Disha and Ayak. Your school community salutes you!


Written By

Grace Carlo-Stella

Grace Carlo-Stella
St Aidan's Primary Rooty Hill

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