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Students Speak Out at Catenian Contest

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Students Speak Out at Catenian Contest

Once again Notre Dame’s students have taken part in the Catenian Annual Catholic Schools Public Speaking Contest, and once again they made the college proud.

Lower sixth students Amber Gedge and Eesha Saggu both spoke on the topic, “The internet is an unpoliced wilderness” at the contest, which was held at Holy Trinity school in Barnsley on Sunday March 12. Both had worked hard on their speeches, and delivered them in a professional manner, with Amber (pictured above) securing third place.

Our Assistant Principal Andrew Kellett, who accompanied both students to the event, said, “The students both prepared and spoke fantastically well and were a credit to themselves and the College.”

We’re very proud of them both for taking on this challenge.

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