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    GOOD THINGS TO COME: Chosen to lead St Brigid’s College in 2021 are, from left, school captains Liam Dunn and Megan Delaney, and vice-captains Judah Hobbs and Grace Camilleri. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

St Brigid's College leaders positive for 2021

Liam Dunn and Megan Delaney will lead Horsham’s St Brigid’s College as school captains in 2021, with Judah Hobbs and Grace Camilleri elected as vice-captains.

Liam said he was excited to take on the role and had a few ideas in the pipeline. 

“There are good things to come, I reckon – a bit better than this year,” he said. 

“I’m looking forward to things going back to normal and to looking after all the little kids and making them feel welcome.” 



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Megan said this year had been a tough one thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, with students and teachers needing to adapt to remote learning. 

She said she was keen to do ‘the things the year 12s couldn’t do this year’. 

“It’s been pretty tough, to see what they’ve been going through,” she said. 

“It hasn’t been fun for us, but they’ve probably got the worst of it. We’re trying to make up for what they missed out on.” 

Megan said she was happy to be back in the classroom for term four, with COVID ‘putting things into perspective’. 

“School’s better – it’s more fun,” she said.

“School is more about the people than it is about the learning – the learning is pretty boring and hard if you’re by yourself doing it. You need the people around you to do it.”

– Sarah Matthews

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