100 years since St Catharine school opened in Warwick
PAST students from as far as Papua New Guinea travelled to Warwick for the 100-year celebrations of St Catharine's Church of England Girls School.
Most of the students were at the school when it was situated on the corner of Locke and Palmerin streets, an area which is now housing.
Many of the St Catharine's past students are now part of the Slade Campus Past Students Association.
A hall, which was originally on the Locke and Palmerin St campus, is now on the Slade campus and was filled by the past students for lunch on Saturday and they later all returned to the dining room for dinner.