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DCIS Swimming Gala 2017

03 July 2017

Busy, enjoyable week of swimming galas for DCIS students and parents

  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017
  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017
  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017
  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017
  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017
  • DCIS Swimming Gala 2017

The Nursery children delighted everyone with their swimming and smiles despite a wet and rainy Tuesday morning. The remaining Lower Primary students proved just as enthusiastic in their races.  The vast majority of pupils completed a full length of the pool on their front and/or back. Finally, all swimmers collected one, two or three sinkers from the bottom of the pool.

The students in Years 3 - 6 competed and were timed in three races each; backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle. Some also swam in the class relay. The cheering, the class banners and the support from the stadium spectators certainly encouraged everyone to swim their very best. The atmosphere at all the galas was exciting from start to finish.  Congratulations to the winning classes; 3VS, 4JM, 5EC and 6SB but a huge well done to each and every competitor.

Finally, a big thank you to the Secondary School students (and former DCIS students Ella and Edward) for their support and encouragement for all the swimmers.

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