Mon, December 3, 2018

To top-off another wonderful year, Sheldon College hosted its annual Junior Showcase in the Sheldon Event Centre on the final morning of Term 4.

Middle College, Junior College and Early Years students wowed spectators with their performances on the day.

The students enjoyed the opportunity to perform songs and dance routines in front of a live and supportive audience.   

At the conclusion of the event Melissa Hately, parent of Year 2 student April Hately said, “The showcase was absolutely beautiful, as it is every year.”

“I loved seeing my two children perform great songs with their peers,” added Dania Croft, mother of two Junior College Students.

“Mr Samuels and Mrs Esdaile did an amazing job organising this event for us to watch.”

Rick Samuels, Director of Community Engagement at Sheldon College and lead organiser for the Junior Showcase was very pleased with the success of the morning.

“It is a year-long process to get this event organised and ready for presentation,” he explained.

“I am extremely proud of the commitment each child gave to their performances and the evident level of love that radiated through the audience.

“Most of the work done by educators in a school is intangible, but seeing these performances come to life the way that they did brings everything together for all eyes to see.”

 Sheldon College would like to congratulate all of the talented students who took part in the event and give a huge thank you to the staff involved in its organisation.