Big Bad Barry and his chocolate stealing ways (complete with a fully loaded banana) were on stage at the end of Term 2, as the Year 3 students led the Primary School Assembly.
Mrs King’s Year 3 class was in the spotlight, and took the audience on a delightful trip to the Wild West.
Big Bad Barry was the greatest chocolate thief in all the West, and threatened and bullied even the most lovely of townsfolk in his efforts to secure every last bit of chocolate to be had. The play unfolded as the townsfolk decided to stand up to the bully, and as a result, Big Bad Barry learnt the errors of his ways and made it right with everyone he had ever stolen from.
As with every parent assembly at the College, awards for Excellence and Endeavour were issued, tidy classrooms announced, and photo reviews of the preceding weeks given.
Well done Year 3s.
In the Secondary Assembly, a special tribute was given to exiting Deputy Principal, Bob Cameron. Mr Cameron has been with Cornerstone since its beginnings in one way or another. From being the Chairman of the planning committee back in 1983 to Secondary Deputy, there is little that hasn’t been touched by this special man. He and his wife Carol, (also a teacher at Cornerstone) are taking 6 months Long Service Leave and will return in 2013 to take on teaching duties. His time as the Secondary Deputy now comes to a close, and to mark the occasion, students wrote and performed a heart-warming tribute song.
The Year 9s hosted the morning and did a great job of leading the audience. The next parent assembly is scheduled for early in Term 3.