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On May 12th, Trafalgar Castle School held its 3rd annual Hearth Place Fun Fair. Trafalgar’s ACT club hosted 17 children, ages 5-13 from Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre at the Castle for an evening of activities and fun.
This year’s theme was Princesses and Superheroes. The kids participated in cape and crown making, a costume photo booth, rock painting, mini sticks hockey, freeze dance, cupcake decorating, a pizza party and a tour of the Castle. The evening was particularly special for many of these children who are currently undergoing cancer treatment.
All of the Trafalgar girls who participated thoroughly enjoyed interacting with the 17 incredible cancer warriors and were inspired by their strength and resiliency. Congratulations to Trafalgar’s ACT Club who participated in an evening full of hope and friendships.
About Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre:Located in Oshawa, Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre provides community support for people diagnosed with cancer and their families, and offers a safe place for individuals to share their experiences, find resources and discover new ways to care for themselves and each other. One of the programs provided by Hearth Place is the Pediatric Cancer Family Support Program which helps families navigate their childhood cancer journey. To learn more about the great work happening at Hearth Place, visit their website.
May Court Festival has been tradition for our school since 1907. This year's planning committee has been busy making plans that will make this event not one to miss! This year's festival is on Saturday, May 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Castle!
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This time-honoured Trafalgar tradition dates back to 1907 and brings our school community and neighbours together to celebrate the crowning of the May Queen and her Court. The May Queen and her Counsellors are elected as the students who best exemplify our school motto; Veritas, Virtus, Venustas – Truth, Virtue, Loveliness.
The May Court Festival is fun for the whole family. From the more formal proceedings of the court to the fun festival which follows. Fun for the entire family.
This is a community wide event, all are welcome to attend.
Please join us!
An event for Grade 12s and their family.
The tea is put on by the Alumnae Association to welcome the Class of 2016 to their association.
Invitations for this event will be sent out shortly.
Time for the Grade 8 class to celebrate as they move on to Grade 9.
Information on this event will be made available soon.