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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

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Join Movember - Grow a Mo and Help a Bro!

Help create awareness for men's health.

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Queensland Catholic School Parents Collaborating for Success Biennial Conference

The Queensland Catholic School Parents Collaborating for Success Biennial Conference is on in Townsville from June 8-10.

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Our Lady of the Southern Cross student Pat Boland breaks 47 year old swimming record

Our Lady of the Southern Cross Dalby's Pat Boland, has made the history books at the College by breaking a 47 year old swimming record.

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Our Lady of the Southern Cross College alumni named Australian Apprentice of the Year

Congratulations to the 2017 Australian Apprentice of the Year, Gemma Hartwig.

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Catholic schools seek election commitments

Catholic schools in Queensland are seeking commitments from all political parties that they will maintain and expand their support for Catholic education to ensure the best possible outcomes for 147,000 students.

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Making robots remotely at St Finbarr's School Quilpie

USQ are partnering with St Finbarr's Quilpie for some virtual robot building.

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St John's School Roma student part of winning Qld equestrian team

Over the September school holidays Interschool Qld & Equestrian Qld hosted the 2017 Marcus Oldham Australian Interschool Championships in Toowoomba. Queensland were victorious in winning the overall trophy, and Teah Mayne, a dedicated rider from St John’s School, Roma was an important part of this success.

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Students and staff entertain crowds at Carnival of Flowers

Students and staff from Toowoomba Catholic Schools were a part of the entertainment for the crowds that were gathered at Laurel Bank Park in Toowoomba during the recent Carnival of Flowers.

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World Teachers Day – 27 October 2017

Queensland celebrates World Teachers’ Day

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Cathedral adorned with flowers

Members of the public are encouraged to visit the St Pat's Cathedral floral display during this Carnival of Flowers week.

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Robots welcome staff to Bishop's Inservice Day

We encourage you to view the welcome to Bishop's Inservice Day at St Joseph's College, led by the robots and filmed by Bishop Robert McGuckin.

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Calling young Australians to be part of an international conversation

Young people across Australia are being called to share their views about life, faith, and their experience of Church through an online survey published by the Australian Bishops.

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Leaving school early means you’re likely never to return to study and training in adult life

One in eight Australians will never get Year 12 qualifications. Some, but not all of these people, make up the one in eight Australians who will be disengaged from full-time work, study or training for most of their lives.

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The town of Quilpie turns 100

Quilpie celebrated its centenary with four days of festivities starting on the 29 April and it was a wonderful reunion for many of St Finbarr’s past students.

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Register for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival

Registration for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival is now open.

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Sacred Heart Easter Prayer Celebration – Walking the Path of Jesus

At the conclusion of Term 2, the Sacred Heart school community gathered with parents and members of the wider community to retrace the footsteps of Jesus, leading to his death on Good Friday.

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St Mary's Warwick launch their small town culture song and video - Be the Light!

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Mater Dei P&F make a difference for the Hospice

The Toowoomba Hospice has received a generous, $5000 donation from the Mater Dei Parents and Friends Association.

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Keep your child safe this Easter

As the Easter holiday weekend approaches, we are reminded of the importance of looking out for the safety and wellbeing of children.

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