The many opportunities presented by CYL affirmed the power of our community to support, strengthen and inspire one another.
In the opening assembly, staff came together to perform the song 'This Is Me' from the film, The Greatest Showman, much to the girls' amusement!
Two Gratitude Trees were placed in the main corridor and students and staff were invited to participate in the project by writing what we’re all grateful for – from the people that are important to us, to appreciating the smallest things in life that make us happy – to reduce stress and negative thinking.
On a similar note, the girls made some fantastic contributions to the Lower Corridor display, with shapes of birds and clouds containing messages of who inspires them, their aspirations for the future and inspirational quotes zigzagging their way between classrooms.
Local pig celebrities, Snout and Crackling, made their Godolphin and Latymer debut, with students flocking to the front lawn to admire the handsome hogs!
Thursday also marked World Book Day, where students were encouraged to dress up as their favourite literary characters. Unbeknownst to the girls, staff had also planned to join in with the spirit of the day by dressing as Where’s Wally, with the school a sea of red and white striped jumpers and bobble hats.