Category Archives: Fun stuff
Congratulations to Paul for winning the Grade 12 level Art challenge for – “Elijah Assumed”
Click here to read more: Seton Summer Quarter Art Challenge – Bayley Bulletin
These two pages here are taken from the 1968 edition of ChildCraft How things Change
I suggest your check out the Bayley bulletin website as there are quite a few different writing contests, and other fun stuff to look at…….
About the Bayley Bulletin:
“The Bayley Bulletin brings Seton teens advice and inspiration, perspectives from other teens and graduates, features from……….read the rest Via http://www.bayleybulletin.com/about-the-bayley-bulletin/“
Here is a link to the latest issue:
We had an excursion to Bounce on Friday 28th of February and everyone had a good time. The slam dunking was a great hit.
Why BOUNCE inc Trampolining?
We believe everyone wants to fly though the air and bounce off the walls. So we’ve created BounceInc – a massive indoor trampoline universe packed with lots of high octane, extreme, fun things to do. Whether you’re practicing your parkour moves, perfecting your aerial sports techniques or with kids and the family, its all about jumping high, and landing soft and safe. Imagine over 100 interconnected trampolines and 500 square meters of padding & foam to land on
This is a fabric gift bag from the Sewing with Saint Anne book by Alice Cantrell – distributed by Catholic Heritage Curricula. Clare made some bracelets and hair bows to go with it.
The Summer Camp is a five day competition with sports, challenges, night games and more. In addition to these activities there will be talks on the Catholic faith and human virtues. It provides the boys with an opportunity to form friendships in an environment that reflects the atmosphere and values of the family home.
The camp is open to boys who are entering years 7, 8 and 9 in 2012.
For more information click here Summer Camp 2013
We’re thrilled to announce that the Conquest and Challenge Catholic Summer Camps will be on again at Anglesea in 2013, and we can’t wait!!
The fliers and registration forms for the 2013 camps are attached, and we’re pleased to be able to offer discounts for early deposit payments and/or for those who have more than one family member attending.
For deposits of $100 per attendee (or full payment if you like J) received by the 12th of October, 2012 a discount of $15 will apply for each attendee, including parents.
In addition, for those who have more than one attendee at either camp, a discount of $25 will apply for each attendee, again including parents.
As an example, for a family with a daughter attending the Challenge camp, a son attending the Conquest camp, and a parent attending one of the camps, a total family discount of $75 ($25 per attendee) will apply. If the $100 deposit per attendee is paid by the 12th of October, a total early payment discount of $45 ($15 per attendee) will apply, in addition to the family discount.
The discounts have been made possible by the generous donation of a benefactor, so we hope that this will make it easier for everyone involved this year.
We can’t wait to see you again in Anglesea!!
Please don’t hesitate to email or call (details are on the flier) if you have any questions, or if you know of anyone who would also like to attend the 2013 camps.
Paul Casanova and the Catholic Summer Camps team.
“PIPPIN: I didn’t think it would end this way.
GANDALF: End? No, the journey doesn’t end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it.
PIPPIN: What? Gandalf? See what?
GANDALF: White shores, and beyond, a far green country under a swift sunrise.
PIPPIN: Well, that isn’t so bad.
GANDALF: No. No, it isn’t.”
It has just been released that the previously proposed two part hobbit films will be expanded to a trilogy. Peter Jackson posted this on his Facebook page on the 30th of July “So, without further ado and on behalf of New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Wingnut Films, and the entire cast and crew of “The Hobbit” films, I’d like to announce that two films will become three.”
Read more here
The principle photography on the hobbit movies (parts one and two) wrapped up in New Zealand on the 6th of July, the 266 day shoot is not far of the time it took to film the lord of the rings which was three films! Now there’re into post production, the editing and special effects though on the hobbit blog Peter Jackson has said that they may return to do pick-up shots in 2013 for the second film, There And Back Again. The Hobbit Part 1 : An Unexpected Journey is scheduled to hit theatres on the 14th December this year.
http://www.thehobbit.com/index.html check out the trailer here