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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

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CONGRATULATIONS TO QUEENSLAND COLLEGE OF TEACHERS ON 50 YEARS

Director of QCT, Deanne Fishburn will visit Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office this Tuesday to deliver QCT’s 50th anniversary message to our education leaders and school principals who are gathering for our Term 4 Leadership Forum.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO QUEENSLAND COLLEGE OF TEACHERS

Toowoomba Catholic Schools congratulates Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) on 50 years of upholding and improving the standards of the teaching profession. The QCT and the Toowoomba Catholic Schools system align in their ambition to have high quality teachers in every classroom.

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ST SAVIOUR’S COLLEGE PRINCIPAL RECOGNISED WITH NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARDERSHIP AWARD

Sharon Collins, Principal of St Saviour’s College Toowoomba has been recognised nationally, and received an ACEL Leadership award for her outstanding school leadership as a strong advocate for educational excellence in diverse environments.

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TEACHING THE JOEY’S WAY

In 2021, St Joseph’s College, Toowoomba’s Student Engagement Team is rolling out two significant initiatives that are designed to maximise attendance, positive behaviour, achievement and safety of all students.

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TOOWOOMBA CATHOLIC SCHOOLS HEARING HEALTH PROGRAM GETTING RESULTS

A new hearing health program has been launched by Toowoomba Catholic Schools that teaches children and their parents how to identify, manage and prevent hearing loss.

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TOOWOOMBA CATHOLIC SCHOOLS EXCELLENCE AWARDS – AN EXCEPTIONAL YEAR

On Wednesday, 21 October Toowoomba Catholic Schools presented its annual Excellence Awards. The awards recognise members of Toowoomba Catholic Schools whose outstanding contribution has assisted staff, students and their families to experience exemplary places of learning and academic success within a distinctly Catholic environment.

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Building positive futures

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

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Toowoomba Catholic Schools launch new ATSI education plan

Toowoomba Catholic Schools launch new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education plan

Where: Picnic Point, 164 Tourist Road, Toowoomba Qld 4350
When: Wednesday, 8 March 2017 from 5.00pm - 6.00pm

Walking together to create a better future

Staff, students and community members will come together on Wednesday afternoon to launch Toowoomba Catholic Schools new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education plan.

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Catholic Schools celebrate partnerships with 72 Toowoomba regional employers

Catholic Schools celebrate partnerships with 72 Toowoomba regional employers

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Catholic Schools Indigenous students celebrated graduation at Mass

Catholic Schools celebrate graduations with 14 excited Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students.

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Year 12 ATSI Graduation

Ambitions to be Prime Minister as young Indigenous school leader gets an early offer to study Law and Arts

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The Sky's The Limit

September 6 and 7, kids from over 11 Catholic primary schools in the Diocese of Toowoomba will converge on Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport for a Kids Connect Conference. The theme of the conference is “The Sky’s the Limit” and is organised by kids for kids. Through project management and investigations into real world contexts, the conference focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The goal of the event is to highlight pathways for kids to experience technology and become innovative learners.

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Excitement and anticipation is building for Holy Name students

Holy Name Primary School’s winning regional team will be heading to the state championships for the University of Queensland’s Opti-MINDS Challenge.
Opti-MINDS is an inclusive team challenge that empowers students to be creative and think in a sustainable way and to communicate this. Students have to be flexible, they have to listen to each other, they have to be creative, and they have to develop their thinking and problem-solving abilities.

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