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Jun 2019 '19
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Budding scientist inspired by APPEA Youth conference

BUDDING scientist Taylah Martin was privy to the latest technology for the global oil and gas industry when she attended the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA)'s international conference in Brisbane.
Jun 2019 '19
12th

Blast from the past unearthed

GENERATIONS of students, staff and parents gathered at St Brigid's School, Nerang, to witness the opening of a time capsule buried 25 year ago.
Jun 2019 '19
10th

St Ita's student braves the shave for cancer research

LOSING your hair is nothing to cheer about, but for one student at St Ita's School, Dutton Park, it was definitely a euphoric experience.
Jun 2019 '19
6th

On track to 'Rewrite the Story'

STAFF from Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) schools and offices helped "Rewrite the Story" when they ran, jogged or walked to raise awareness about the scourge of domestic violence.
Jun 2019 '19
3rd

OLA marks major milestone

CELEBRATIONS have kicked off at Our Lady of the Assumption School, Enoggera, as they mark their centenary.
May 2019 '19
31st

Good Samaritan Catholic College blessed and officially opened

GOOD Samaritan Catholic College, Bli Bli has been officially opened following a blessing by Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane.
May 2019 '19
28th

Supporting Reconciliation with Sea of Hands

A 'SEA of hands' swamped the grounds at Carmel College, Thornlands, as students demonstrated their support for National Reconciliation Week.
May 2019 '19
24th

Under 8s enjoy time in the spotlight

But for one week every year they occupy the spotlight during Under 8s Week.
May 2019 '19
20th

Principal announced for new Catholic primary school at Redbank Plains

EXPERIENCED educational leader Sonny Smith has been named as Foundation Principal of the new St Ann's School at Redbank Plains, which will open at the start of 2020.
May 2019 '19
16th

Secret to being a champion revealed to budding athletes

SPORTS nutritionist Sally Anderson, had some great advice on eating right for budding athletes when she visited Trinity College, Beenleigh
May 2019 '19
13th

Mums given the grand treatment

OUR community of schools got a head start on celebrating Mother's Day, with students inviting their mothers, grandmothers and others to enjoy some quality food and time together.
May 2019 '19
8th

Students inspired by Mustafa's story

STUDENTS at Carmel College, Cornubia, were shocked and amazed to hear a first-hand account of a young refugee who arrived in Australia, alone, by boat, as a 16-year-old.
May 2019 '19
2nd

Walking in solidarity with poor

STUDENTS at Xavier Catholic College, Hervey Bay, gave 100 per cent as they pulled on their favourite walking shoes to raise more than $1700 for Caritas Australia.
Apr 2019 '19
29th

Dealing with grief in a good way

GRIEF from losing a parent is not something easily overcome.
Apr 2019 '19
11th

Recycling has its rewards

STUDENTS at St Columba's School, Wilston, have been learning about recycling and earning some dollars while doing it.
Apr 2019 '19
4th

Governor General visits St William's

GOVENOR General Sir Peter Cosgrove paid a surprise visit to St William's School, Grovely, during what could be his last visit to Brisbane before his retirement later this year.
Apr 2019 '19
2nd

Southern Cross student serenaded by pop idol

STANDING in front of 18,000 screaming people is something Southern Cross Catholic College, Scarborough, student Lola McLoughlin will never forget.
Mar 2019 '19
29th

Principal to take on Kokoda Track

ST Oliver Plunkett School, Cannon Hill, principal Paul Blinkhoff is about to take on the challenge of a lifetime - walking in the footsteps of Anzacs who defended the treacherous 96-kilometer Kokoda Track in WWII.
Mar 2019 '19
27th

King Wally inspires resilience in Mt Maria students

MT Maria College, Mitchelton, welcomed NRL "king" Wally Lewis to help celebrate Purple Day, a global initiative dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness.
Mar 2019 '19
25th

Trinity College signs up to CODA student's other world

EVERY day when Stella Pratt enters Trinity College, Beenleigh, it's a whole new world for the Year 11 student.
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