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Preppies are loving their new mural

DRINKING from the “bubblers” has never been so much fun for Prep students at St Augustine’s Parish Primary School, Currumbin Waters. Every time they go for a drink the Preppies are transported to a land far, far away through a mural created by former student and artist Aidan May. Mr ... Read More »

St Eugene’s junior dancers win a regional competition

The junior dance troupe with Year 11 student coaches.

THE junior “dance troupe” at St Eugene College, Burpengary, won first prize at the South East Queensland Performing Arts Festival in Caboolture on October 17. Its success is credited to Year 11 students Sarah Spiering, Monique Bramley and Jasmine Pratt, who dedicated many hours to coach and mentor the award-winning ... Read More »

High tea in Sri Lanka

Staff and students from Southern Cross Catholic College with Australian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Robyn Mudie.

SOUTHERN Cross Cath-olic College students and staff recently shared high tea with the Australian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Robyn Mudie when they were in Colombo taking part in the college’s annual immersion. For the past three years, senior students and college staff have visited Sri Lanka during the September ... Read More »

St Finbarr’s students dress loud for a good cause

Students Alicia Hassed, Henry Teall, Toby Everett, Sid Balasubramanian and Neive McPhee dressed in their loudest shirts to help deaf children like Cameron McPhee

STUDENTS and staff at St Finbarr’s School, Ashgrove, swapped their school uniforms for bright, colourful tops to support Loud Shirt Day. Loud Shirt Day is a national fundraising initiative co-ordinated by First Voice, a national alliance of hearing service providers. The fun, one-day event, held annually in October, raises money ... Read More »

Tobruk memorial school turns 60

Fr Tony Girvan with students from St Joseph’s Tobruk Memorial School, Beenleigh

A SCHOOL named in honour of Australian servicemen who fought in Tobruk during the Sec-ond World War has celebrated its 60th anniversary. St Joseph’s Tobruk Memorial School, Beenleigh, looked to the past on October 25 to thank the people who’d made the school a reality. Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane ... Read More »

Indigenous milestone

  Full of faith: Indigenous students “making history” at their Year 12 Graduation Ceremony at St Stephen’s Cathedral. INDIGENOUS Year 12 students attending Brisbane Catholic high schools “made history” at their official graduation ceremony at St Stephen’s Cathedral on Thursday, October 17. More than 170 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ... Read More »

New era for BCE in RE curriculum

BCE RE curriculum 2013-10-20

CATHOLIC students will be encouraged to “enter into a profound personal encounter with Christ” through the new religious education curriculum, Archbishop Mark Coleridge said. Archbishop Coleridge gave his blessing to the new curriculum at the launch on Friday, October 11 at Brisbane’s Mercure Hotel. The revised curriculum for Pre-school to ... Read More »

Interactive stories boost literacy skills

Learning new skills

YEAR 10 IT students from Stuartholme School have created a series of animated and interactive stories to improve the literacy and communication skills of St Ignatius primary school students.The new project is a response to the Queens-land results from the 2012 NAPLAN test.The test showed that more than 75,000 Queensland ... Read More »

Stuartholme artists hitting the right notes

Stuartholme School star music students

EIGHTEEN of Brisbane’s Stuart-holme School’s  music students have scored spots in every ensemble at the Queensland Conservatorium State Honours Ensemble Program.The students and more than 800 other participants from 170 schools from Queensland have been under the tutelage of a team of 11 eminent international and national conductors.Head of music ... Read More »

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