A Sad Farewell

Our Japanese visitors departed Cedars this morning to spend a final day in Sydney before heading home. Many tears were shed as families and buddies said their final goodbyes and waved the students off on the bus. We had a picnic for all families involved at Stuart Park, where some of our visitors prepared and … Continue reading A Sad Farewell

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Award Winning Author Visits Cedars

Award winning Children’s Book Author, Aleesah Darlison came to Cedars to launch her New Children’s Picture Book, ‘Zoo Ball,’ and to personally congratulate Cedars’ Year 11 student, Fern Sutiyawan, a new arrival to Australia from Thailand, who won the Illustrator’s competition for Darlison’s new book, Zoo Ball recently. ‘Zoo Ball’ is Darlinson’s latest children’s picture … Continue reading Award Winning Author Visits Cedars

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World Autism Awareness Day

April 2 was World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) – an opportunity for Cedars to join others around the globe to celebrate the unique talents and skills of those with autism. Our theme this year was ‘Inclusion.’ Our Chaplain, Carol Ramsey said about the event, “We wanted to highlight the importance of making sure everyone in … Continue reading World Autism Awareness Day

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Mr Sullivan Retires

  It is rare that the loss of an individual in an organisation is felt so keenly. Yet a Darryl Sullivan-shaped hole has already appeared only a term after the retirement of the long serving and much loved science teacher. It can be felt in the little questions. Who is going to source cheap prawns … Continue reading Mr Sullivan Retires

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