Religious Creative Arts Awards Night. Well done, Charlotte!

Catholic Schools Broken Bay Creativity Celebrated.

Charlotte S from Year 3 was celebrated at the Religious Creative Arts Awards night at Hornsby RSL. Themed Hollywood Glamour, the Diocese collectively acknowledged the finalists’ incredible talents and submissions to this great initiative. Well done to Charlotte, and we are so proud to share her achievements with our community. Charlotte’s teacher, Mrs Atalla was so thrilled to attend the event and share in the excitement. Below is a photo of Charlotte celebrating with her mother at the event.

Well done, Charlotte – keep letting your light shine bright always.

Compassion By Charlotte Seeto

‘Be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble’ (1 Peter 3:8)

The video demonstrates compassion by showing a refugee named Ashley, who had to flee her country. She had no possessions, and it was a dangerous and overcrowded boat trip. Ashley was saved and settled in a new country where she meets her new friends Charlotte and Willow.


While playing Charlotte and Willow find out about Ashley’s past and realise how lucky they are to have their family and blessed life. They show compassion towards Ashley by sharing some of what they have like their playhouse.


Charlotte and Willow felt concern for Ashley because she had been through so much to leave her home country to have a better life. Because Ashley had so little, they de ed to show compassion and help to replace some of the possessions that Ashley had to leave behind.