iServi News | 5 March 2021 | Term 1, Week 4
We launched our first learning program at Servite’s new Nannup Campus with a co-curricular Music Trip to participate in the Nannup Music Festival. Students glimpsed behind-the-scenes, assisted with sales, and enjoyed busking for an eclectic audience. Many thanks to the Shire of Nannup community for welcoming our students and staff.
Ms Kirsty Greenland
Performing Arts Coordinator
We made many good memories at the Nannup Music Festival. We were able to sell soft drink to the public, and had the chance to busk on the streets to warm up the crowd before the bands began. The amazing food and the opportunity to stay at Servite’s Nannup Campus were the highlights of the trip. It was a great experience.
Jesse Lazaroo (OLS6)
At the Nannup Music Festival we got a chance to watch a range of artists such as Young Robin and The Floors. When we weren’t selling soft drinks we walked around and got a feel for how a festival really works. We watched the bands hard hitting drums, and using a distorted guitar to create grungy bass tone. It felt like we were at a Nirvana concert.
James Christou (SC5)
The highlight of the camp was when we got to busk on the streets of Nannup. We ended up playing songs like ‘Heather’ and ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. It was a fun experience.
Alex Franklin (OLS2)
Nannup was a fun experience and a great opportunity to connect with people in different year levels and work together as a team.
Chrystal Cook (SM1)
We spent two nights at the new Servite Nannup campus. We had a common room with a gorgeous view of the trees on the hill. Every night after we finished at the Festival, Mr. Jones drove us to the campus, where we got to play music, watch a movie and have a good time together.
Emi Nelthorpe (SE2)