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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

News

Advertorial in the Toowoomba Chronicle - January19

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Chemistry teachers work on the formula for success

Senior Chemistry teachers from across the Diocese met at St Mary’s College recently to develop contacts and discuss their progress towards preparing for the implementation of the new QCE general Syllabus for Chemistry.

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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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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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Reading improvement strategy continues to reap rewards

On Monday of this week 150 school officers gathered at the City Golf Club in Toowoomba for an inservice day on the high yield strategies for teaching of reading. School officers also gathered for a similar purpose in Roma and Charleville.

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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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Have your say in school survey

Again in 2017 our schools will be participating in a School Review and Improvement survey managed by the Research Australia Development and Innovation Institute (RADII). The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The survey will close on Sunday, 12 August 2017 for parents.

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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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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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Register for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival

Registration for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival is now open.

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Recording a song about identity

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students gathered to write a song about being a young person, with a focus on their culture and identity.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education plan – schools taking action

On Wednesday 18 March, thirty people attended the professional learning opportunity, Implementing the new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Plan 2017-2020, at Picnic Point.

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Celebrating family

St John's annual grandparents and special relatives day had people travelling from as far as New Zealand and the Gold Coast to join their family.

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Acknowledging women

Last week St Saviour's College hosted their 10th annual International Women's Day breakfast.

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Building positive futures

TCS recently launched its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education plan 2017-2020.

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