Cedars’ students show refugees they’re with them – Ration Challenge

This year, during Refugee Week (June 17-24) several Year 11 students and our Chaplain, Carol Ramsey are eating the same rations as a Syrian refugee for a week to raise money and awareness of the plight of refugees around the world.  The week will culminate during Cedars Refugee/Social Justice Day held on Friday 24 June. … Continue reading Cedars’ students show refugees they’re with them – Ration Challenge

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Community Award for Mr Gear at the Illawarra Prayer Breakfast

The Illawarra Prayer Breakfast is a significant event held each year in our region. A group of Cedars student leaders attend along with, pastors, bishops, mayors and business leaders. Those who gather together for this event spend time in corporate prayer for the Illawarra and a guest speaker delivers a message on the power or … Continue reading Community Award for Mr Gear at the Illawarra Prayer Breakfast

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Red Shield Appeal

A group of  Cedars students volunteered to support the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal.  The dedicated team, who gave up part of their Saturday, met at Cedars and covered the Farmborough Heights area on behalf of the Salvo’s. It is always encouraging to see our students giving up their free time to serve our community. … Continue reading Red Shield Appeal

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Duke of Edinburgh Gold Hike

Cedars is proud to be affiliated with the Duke of Edinburgh Award, an internationally recognised program for young people that develops leadership, teamwork, community volunteering and outdoor adventure skills. Recently, a group of Year 11 students, including Emma Atcheson, Tahlia Davidson, Clancy Duncan, Harrison Handicott, Madelin Hopkins, Jessica Humphreys, Madison Judd, Emma Thompson, Connor White, … Continue reading Duke of Edinburgh Gold Hike

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Not for the faint of heart – Duke of Edinburgh Silver Hike

Not for the faint of heart the Duke of Edinburgh Program is both physically and mentally  challenging and yet at the same time incredibly rewarding as an opportunity for our students to develop leadership, teamwork, community service and outdoor adventure skills. Recently, a group of Year 10 students completed a three day hike as part … Continue reading Not for the faint of heart – Duke of Edinburgh Silver Hike

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