The attitude of the students on this tour was most impressive, with the girls making a very positive presence through forming friendships with as many teams as possible, forming a special connection with the girls from Nagle Catholic College.
Project 2030 is a cross-curricular and problem-based learning initiative that takes its name from the United Nations Sustainability goals.
There are 17 of these goals that the UN believes can be achieved by the Year 2030, and our Project 2030 idea focused on the second of these goals: Zero Hunger.
Wednesday June 21 saw Kolbe Catholic College welcome Moses and Mary from Flores to address students, parents and staff about their upcoming immersion experience in 2018.
Moses Jalawatu looks after the students and staff who attend the Flores immersion experience and Mary is the principal of the school in Nio which Kolbe has helped fund the building of.
Congratulations to Brandon Paragas, Peter Podlaha & Tommaso Spissu who finished 10th at the RACI Titration Stakes held on Tuesday night!
These students are through to the next round of the competition.
Congratulations also to the College’s second team in the competition made up of Sabrina Beal, Aidan Graham & Katelyn Sinderberry, who finished 23rd!