Edmund Rice College Student Workshop

23 February 2018

This year, Edmund Rice College in Bindoon has taken on their new name, previously called Catholic Agricultural College. The school’s new name and motto represent the College as it is today; a warm, supportive and vibrant community, that looks to the future of continuing to deliver a quality Catholic education to all students – Edmund Rice College, “Stronger Together”.

Late last year students took part in a workshop to contribute their vision and ideas about what the College means to them, these ideas were then used to mould the new school brand and identity – taking form in their new motto and emblem.

The collaborative process was a wonderful display of the school community coming together to share in what they most love about their school and how they envision their school can be represented in the new branding.

Check out the video below to see what students got up to on the day!

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