Deeds Not Words
T: Telephone02 9724 1565
There was a man called William Long and horses were his game
He came to Chipping Norton before it had a name.
He built himself a homestead of solid sandstone
He didn’t want a wife.
He said he’d rather work alone.
He bred the finest horses and raised himself to fame
And then he said, “I’d better give this town of mine a name.”
He chose a tiny English town and christened it the same
And still today our Chipping Norton
Proudly bears the name.
And then in 1920, a very special year
The parents got together and said, “Now listen here,
It’s time we had a little school.
Our children need to learn.”
Download the school song (PDF 136KB) as a PDF file.
Chipping Norton NSW 2170
telephone 02 9724 1565
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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