Message from the Principal

Dear Parents, Friends and Caregivers,

Cultivate the wish to learn, rather than the wish to be taught. Be determined to “pick up” and do not wait for the Professor and the pedagogical devices of his or her craft…Do not think that lessons will do it, if you wait for lessons you will wait a lifetime…If we wait to be taught, we shall never learn.”  Janet Erskine Stuart

Courage, hard work and active learning is what we celebrated at our Academic Assembly on Friday 4 August. We acknowledged our Semester 1 2017 highest achievers and those students who achieved significant academic improvements.

Our Teachers’ Professional Learning has been focused on identifying areas where we need to improve our teaching and learning. A significant effort will be centred on writing new Junior and Senior Programs in readiness of the new External Examination System for implementation in 2019 and 2020. We are ensuring our junior programs are readying our students for the new Senior system. On Monday evening, 7 August, our Academic Services Team presented information about the new External Exam System. Click here to view the presentation. Further information is available in the QCAA website, which contains links to all the new syllabus documents and additional information.  https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te

For the last 4 weeks of Term 3, three members of the Leadership Team are going on Long Service Leave, Sporting Representation Leave and Medical Leave. Consequently, promotional opportunities have arisen. And of course, our dedicated teachers have applied, been interviewed and awarded Acting Leadership Team roles. As a result of teachers stepping up in these Acting roles, there will be some changes to their timetables for the last few weeks of the term. We have made a concerted effort not to impact on Year 12 classes. We congratulate Sarah Daff, Jarod Costantini and Katie Dummett. Alex Cashin is acting Deputy Principal Staff Wellbeing and Administration for Term 3.

Our Year 10 students enjoyed their camp late last month, and today we welcome back our Year 9 students from camp. Camps provide an invaluable opportunity for students to learn more about themselves and one another while they undertake fun and, at times, challenging activities.

The NAPLAN 2017 results are being analysed by Ken Turnbull, Deputy Principal Learning, and Michael Elliott, Director of Junior Studies. In our initial assessment of our results, we are very excited with the significant growth from our Year 7 results of 2015 and our Year 9 results of 2017.

Our Strategic Plan for 2018-2020 is taking shape. After a significant collection of data, we have finalised the areas of Mission, Teaching and Learning, Student Wellbeing, Professional Learning and Boarding. The area of Future Development requires further analysis and data collection, considering the impact of government funding cuts of Gonski 2.

Our Cocurricular calendar is very full. As a result of lots of hard work, we are enjoying successes in a diverse range of activities – rowing, netball, debating and music. Our Music teachers, tutors and students are undertaking serious preparation for the Queensland Catholic Music Festival. We offer all our sports women and musicians our admiration, support and best wishes.

God bless and take care,

Kristen Sharpe
Principal

 

 

Key Dates

Please find below the key dates for Term 3.

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Key Dates

Please find below the key dates for Term 3.

DateEvent
Sat 12 AugustBoarder Family Get Together 5.30pm
Mon 14 AugustP&F Meeting 7pm in Room R106 (closest classroom to the Boardroom)
Wed 16 AugustExhibition Holiday
Thurs 17-Sun 20 AugustQLD Catholic Schools and Colleges Music Festival (QCMF)
Wed 23 AugustYear 11 QCS Practice
Periods 3 & 4
Thurs 24-Fri 25 AugustSenior Production
Fri 25 AugustCaSSSA Athletics
Please note: this is a date change from 22 August
Tues 29-Wed 30 AugustQCS Test
Fri 1 SeptemberP&F Father/Daughter event
Fri 1-Fri 8 SeptemberYears 11 and 12 assessment block
Mon 11- Wed 13 SeptemberYear 12 Retreat
Tues 12 SeptemberDrama Festival 5pm
Wed 13 SeptemberQTAC Preferences due
Thurs 14 SeptemberClasses finish
Fri 15 SeptemberBoarders travel day
Sat 16- Mon 18 SeptemberSony Camp
Mon 2 OctoberBoarders return
Boarder Parent Network meeting 11.30am-1pm
Queen's Birthday holiday
Tues 3 OctoberStudents start Term 4

News from the Nest

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope you enjoy these wonderful pictures from our Stuartholme Boarding Facebook Page! The lead photo of the girls at Big Night Out …

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News from the Nest

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoy these wonderful pictures from our Stuartholme Boarding Facebook Page! The lead photo of the girls at Big Night Out is testament to the way our boarders give back to the community. Big Night Out is a socially inclusive Dance Party organised by and for young adults. Thanks to Miss Claire for making our Recreation Program so innovative and generous! I was interviewed by the Australian newspaper this week about the range of volunteering opportunities Stuartholme boarders have and it was great to be able to discuss Big Night Out, Orange Sky Laundry and Yeronga Homework Club – to name a few!

This week, we had a very productive meeting with the Boarding Leadership Team from Nudgee College who visited us to share practice and ideas about boarding. It was great connecting with our colleagues and finding out how they promote their boys’ wellbeing and happiness. We are going to share some Professional Development opportunities next year. Stuartholme boarding positives that we shared with Nudgee included our Boarding Wellbeing Program and its strengths focus for each year level, our innovative and increasingly social justice oriented Recreation Program and our Boarding Leadership Program.

Our Year 11s visited Marist this week for a wonderful Dinner and Etiquette night. These relationships with our brother schools are ones that we greatly value! The Duchesne visit last week was also incredibly worthwhile and the girls loved the opportunity to see our ‘sister’ University College in action!

Next week, many Year 11s will have the opportunity to speak to the entire House about why they would like to be a Boarding Captain or Mentor for Years 7-10 in 2018.  It is wonderful that so many girls are putting themselves forward in nominating. Courage is shown even in the act of having a go!  Our current Year 12s have been outstanding service-based leaders and they have led through collaboration and encouragement. I look forward to hearing the speeches!

This Saturday, we host our first Boarder Family Get Together and around 50 people are coming as well as all the girls. You can still register to come through the online payment on the Portal. Choose Boarding Miscellaneous and the cost is $30 for any number of family members (Beer and wine are included). It will be fantastic catching up with you at this event from 5-7.30 pm at the Café Area!

Lots of colds are sweeping around but these are affecting staff more than girls at this point. We are reminding the girls about hygiene and staying warm. Spirits are high at present even though this is a very intensive work period especially for the 11s and 12s. Tutors are available in House from Monday to Thursday nights. If you would like your daughter to use this opportunity, please let Claire Lawler (clawler@stuartholme.com) know. All year levels are welcome although we will prioritise Senior students if we need to. Click here for the list of tutors and times.

As you know, we are blessed with an amazing catering crew. On Monday night, we are farewelling Mr Shane Hall from the Kitchen. Shane has been instrumental in getting the Breakfast Club up and going, as well as our fabulous theme nights. He is leaving to manage a Gelati Company in NZ so the girls are excited about this although we are very sad to be losing him. We also congratulate Mr Kester Biggs, our Catering Manager who has just welcomed a little boy Edward into the world!

Recreation this coming week is as follows and Mass will be at St Ignatius’ this Sunday at 5 pm:

Friday

Night on the Green

Year 11 – 12

Marist College

Saturday

Boarder Family Dinner

Compulsory for all

5pm – 8pm

 

 

Sunday

Dodgeball Competition

St Margaret’s

Cost: Transport

 

 

My big news is that I am taking Long Service Leave from next Friday 18 August until the first day back next term so in my absence Ms Sarah Daff, Leader of Mission will be acting in my boarding role. Sarah is known and loved by the boarders and the staff and I know she will do a wonderful job in my absence. Like me, Sarah is very open to feedback and communication with you. Her email is sdaff@stuartholme.com and her mobile is 0423 182 693 (emergencies only please).

Until then, take care and I am looking forward to seeing lots of you on Saturday. I will be thinking of you from Paris very soon!!

Warm regards,
Andree Rice – Deputy Principal, Boarding

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Host families needed to billet a student from a Sister School for three nights

We are calling out to our community for volunteers to billet one or more student/s from one of our Sister Schools in Australia and New …

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Host families needed to billet a student from a Sister School for three nights

We are calling out to our community for volunteers to billet one or more student/s from one of our Sister Schools in Australia and New Zealand from Sunday 10 September to Wednesday 13 September.

This year it is our turn to host the Biannual Alumnae Cups Tennis Competition. In this tournament we compete against our sister schools from Australia and New Zealand. The following schools are sending teams of 8-10 players: Sacre Coeur (Melbourne), Kincoppal Rose Bay (Sydney) and Baradene (New Zealand). Stuartholme’s two top teams will also be competing.

While our tennis families have put their hands up, we still have students who need a billet.

What do you have to do?
You would need to collect your billet/s on Sunday and deliver them to school each day.  Transport to and from Tennyson will be taken care of. In the afternoons they will be back at school to travel home with your daughter. On Wednesday they will travel directly from Tennyson to the airport and we will provide this transport.

Can you help?
We are desperately looking for homes for the girls for the three nights.  If you could please consider this and let us know by Monday 14 August, that would be hugely appreciated.

As part of the Sacred Heart Family your daughter could have the opportunity to travel to one of our Sister Schools and would no doubt welcome the chance to rekindle her friendship with a billet.

Please reply directly to me ljackson@stuartholme.com

Kind regards,
Louise Jackson, Co curricula Director

 

Options Career Information Bulletin Edition 13

The latest Options Career Information Bulletin is now available. The Bulletin gives updates from education institutions. You too can stay up to date with the …

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Options Career Information Bulletin Edition 13

The latest Options Career Information Bulletin is now available.

The Bulletin gives updates from education institutions. You too can stay up to date with the latest information from a tertiary institution that you are interested in, by connecting with them on social media (the platform/s of your choice).

I’m here to help you with questions in relation to the bulletin. If you would like to meet with me, please make an appointment through Mrs Hurley khurley@stuartholme.com or by visiting Student Reception (behind Main Reception). Your parents/caregivers are always welcome too.

Stacey Wallace
Careers Counsellor

 

Science Snippets

Did you know that on 7 August, 1944, International Business Machines Corporation dedicated the first program-controlled calculator, known as the automatic sequence controlled calculator. Here are …

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Science Snippets

Did you know that on 7 August, 1944, International Business Machines Corporation dedicated the first program-controlled calculator, known as the automatic sequence controlled calculator.

Here are some fun and exciting upcoming events! The Queensland Science Contest is a great opportunity for anyone of any year of schooling to participate in to try and win some awards and prizes. Entries close on 9 October and judging begins on 14 October. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, make sure you contact Ms Macdonald soon!

 

NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK (12 – 20 August, 2017)

From 14 – 18 August, Stuartholme will be celebrating National Science Week. The theme for this year is ‘Future Earth’ and the science ambassadors will be running some fun activities throughout the week with the help of Ms Macdonald. The activities were announced at assembly this morning (and signs have been placed around the school), so be sure to get involved as there are prizes up for grabs! Here is what we will be doing:

Date Venue Event
Tuesday 15 August Grassed Area House Competition – relay team à What can be recycled?

 

Thursday 17 August Near Café The Wonder of Water à

Water filtration

Separation techniques

 

Friday 18 August Stage – Joigny Courtyard Trivia Competition: “Are you smarter than a STU girl?” Teachers vs Students

 

 

Don’t forget that Science Help is held every Monday Week B after school in the library (JELC1). Ms Macdonald and Mr Marshall are there to help you with your science questions. Mr Marshall also holds Chemistry tutorials in S204 at Friday lunchtime (Year 12 is Week A, Year 11 is Week B).

Ava Lambert
UQ Science Ambassador 2017

Taking on the challenges: Year 10 Emu Gully Camp

Emu Gully camp took the girls on a steep learning curve where they discovered in very practical ways the value of selflessness and team work …

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Taking on the challenges: Year 10 Emu Gully Camp

Emu Gully camp took the girls on a steep learning curve where they discovered in very practical ways the value of selflessness and team work which puts others first and results in optimising the chances of success.

Allocated to set teams, the girls were given the opportunity to work with and develop respect for girls outside their own friendship group. As the girls dragged themselves through waist deep mud they discovered the value of helping each other. As they carried a fellow student on a stretcher up and down steep inclines in the dark, they knew they had to work together to care for each other.  The values of perseverance, respect and cooperation were fostered as the girls discovered that success can be achieved by putting aside the focus on ‘self’ and reaching out to others.

The Emu Gully instructors set high standards and the girls initially struggled with the feedback that pointed to their failures, but they dug deep to discover that they did have more to give and, in a spirit of cooperation, could achieve their best; a very satisfying accomplishment.

The values encouraged throughout the camp are at the core of the Sacred Heart goals “to educate to the building of community as a Christian value” and “to educate to personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom”.  These experiences have laid the foundations for the girls to step into the development of leadership in their next two years at Stuartholme as a more united group with an understanding of team dynamics and a greater respect for themselves and their classmates.

Marilyn Byron
Leader of Student Wellbeing, Year 10

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Debating News

Our debating teams had their Quarter Final debate against Brisbane State High School on Wednesday night. Unfortunately the Senior A lost a very close debate. …

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Debating News

Our debating teams had their Quarter Final debate against Brisbane State High School on Wednesday night. Unfortunately the Senior A lost a very close debate. The girls have had a fantastic season and to make it this far in the Senior A competition is something they can definitely be proud of.

Excitingly, the 11.1 team very convincingly WON their Quarter Final debate against Sunshine Coast Grammar School and have now progressed through to the Semi Finals.

The Semi Finals will be held at Brisbane Girls Grammar School and the 11.1 team will be debating a short prep topic at 7pm next Friday night 18 August. Good luck girls!

 

 

Year 7 students get Melodramatic!

Year 7.6 and 7.5 have completed their trimester of Drama with a Melodrama performance.  Students were asked to devise their own play, utilising the stock …

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Year 7 students get Melodramatic!

Year 7.6 and 7.5 have completed their trimester of Drama with a Melodrama performance.  Students were asked to devise their own play, utilising the stock characters, in a modern context.  Their knowledge and understanding of the Elements of Drama was enhanced as the girls worked together to create Dramatic Meaning.

Final Arts Rotation for all of Year 7 occurs in week 5 this Term with subject selection for next year taking place in week 6.

Jennifer McGrath
Teacher

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Year 7 students to attend CaSSSA Cup on Friday 25 August

On Friday 25 August, Year 7 will be supporting and cheering on our athletes at the CaSSSA Cup – the Catholic Secondary Girls’ Schools Athletic …

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Year 7 students to attend CaSSSA Cup on Friday 25 August

On Friday 25 August, Year 7 will be supporting and cheering on our athletes at the CaSSSA Cup – the Catholic Secondary Girls’ Schools Athletic Competition. This will be held at Queensland State Athletics Centre, Nathan and all supporters are expected to be in full Day School Uniform.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the newest members of our school community to show their school spirit and cheer our athletes on. As the sun moves across the stands during the day, all girls are expected to wear their school dress hat. Girls are encouraged to bring their lunch and a water bottle as only limited facilities are available. All students should bring a small bag only (eg book bag) and their student ID card. This needs to be handed to a supervising teacher if visiting the bathrooms or canteen.

Buses will be leaving promptly at 8.35am – please ensure girls are at school by 8.20am to attend Teacher Mentor Group. All students will be back in time for afternoon pick up.

Andrea Reddan
Deputy Principal, Student Wellbeing

Sign on now for water polo 2017/2018 and Term 4 swimming

Sign on is now available via the Portal for 2017/2018 water polo and Term 4 swimming – don’t miss out, summer is going to be …

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Sign on now for water polo 2017/2018 and Term 4 swimming

Sign on is now available via the Portal for 2017/2018 water polo and Term 4 swimming – don’t miss out, summer is going to be hot!

 

 

2017 Australian Geography Competition

Geography is a subject which develops a student’s understanding and appreciation of their world, but in particular of the spatial interrelationships between people and place. …

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2017 Australian Geography Competition

Geography is a subject which develops a student’s understanding and appreciation of their world, but in particular of the spatial interrelationships between people and place. The Australian Geography Competition challenges Australian secondary Geography students to demonstrate their skills in interpreting and analysing geographical information and rewards student excellence. Students compete for great prizes including entry to the International Geography Olympiad, a place at the 2017 Geography’s Big Week Out and, of course, certificates to add to their portfolio.

This year, it was the Year 11 and 12 Geography students who took part in the Competition, along with approximately 70 000 other students from 743 schools across Australia.

Students answered questions responding to data on cities, urbanisation, food production and water, all represented in a variety of graphic and cartographic forms (graphs and maps!).

We are very pleased with how are students performed. A number of our girls gained impressive results, considering that we had entered only 30 students into the Competition this year.

Equal First in Queensland was awarded to Susi Groves in Year 11 (she achieved in the top 1% of Australia). Susi goes into the running for a six-day event, Geography’s Big Week Out, being held on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. From this event, candidates will be selected for the International Geography Olympiad in Quebec City, Canada.

In addition to this exciting result, a High Distinction was achieved by Macey Fegan, Jasmine Robertson and Sarah Long. A Distinction was awarded to Grace Gaston and Credits achieved by Isabella Andrews-Smith, Sophie Marriott, Kristin Sonk, Leilani Mackie and Amy Scott.

The competition is a joint initiative of the Australian Geography Teachers’ Association and the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland and has been sponsored by the University of Queensland and Macquarie University.

Mrs Wendy Bolton, Leader of Learning – Humanities and Social Science

Equestrian success

2017 has proved to be another highly competitive and successful year for Stuartholme’s Equestrian Team. In May they were announced as the South East Queensland Champion …

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Equestrian success

2017 has proved to be another highly competitive and successful year for Stuartholme’s Equestrian Team. In May they were announced as the South East Queensland Champion School, a huge achievement in itself.

In July, at the final event of the annual Interschool State Titles, Stuartholme was named The Interschool State Champion School and recipients of The Loretta Wigan Trophy for the third time.

The placings and results from the 16 riders who took part in this year’s State events contributed to this enormous win and they should all be very proud of their efforts. All six Interschool disciplines- Dressage, Show Horse, Showman, Combined Training, Show Jumping and Eventing were contested.

The 2017 National Interschool event is being hosted by Queensland at the Toowomba Showgrounds, so competition to make the event was very intense. Representatives from 150 Queensland schools took part and riders were welcomed from as far afield as Rockhampton, Longreach, Emerald and Charters Towers Distance Education School.

Our riders represented themselves, their parents, coaches – Leasa, Lesley and Mel, and, Stuartholme extremely competently and professionally in all aspects of the championships, both when mounted or around the grounds on foot. They were an absolute credit to the universal requirements and expectations of this sport.

From the State competition we now look forward to the National event and can proudly say that we have a number of riders who have been offered a position on the 2017 Queensland Team. Offers are initially given to the riders who place in the top 4 of their class but it needs to be noted that not all classes are taken to Nationals. I wish the girls in the Team every success in September in Toowoomba.

For some reason when I was driving to Toowoomba to be with the team I wondered if, in the 26 year history of Interschool, a school has ever won a complete class in one discipline.  By that I mean taken out 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th place. Well, history was made by Stuartholme this year, thanks to the riders of :- Celtic Gilligan, Under Contract, Pure Chance and Tanderra Sweet Talk who took out the first 4 places in the EVA 95 Eventing class. What an amazing result.

 Individual State Results:-

Champions :- Shannon Owens, Para Dressage ‘ Merlin the Magician’

Emily Rink, CIC 1 star ‘ Wade Equine Oki Doki’

Emily Ballard, Show Jumping 120 cms ‘ Bramley Star’

Emily Ballard, EVA 95 ‘Celtic Gilligan’

Georgia Rink, EVA 105 ‘Paguay Jo’

 Reserve Champions :- Bella Anthony, EVA 95 ‘Under Contract’

Aalia Luchetta, Show Jumping 80cms ‘Venetian Carnivale’

Team awards

Show Jumping Champions-  Emily Ballard, Emily Rink, Aalia Luchetta, Ellie Turnbull.

Eventing Champions   – Emily Rink, Emily Ballard, Bella Anthony, Georgia Rink.

Combined Training Reserve Champions- Piper Searle, Bella Anthony, Aalia Lucchetta, Abby Munro

Eventing 3rd Place – Issie Gilley, Piper Searle, Aalia Lucchetta, Clare Munro.

Dressage 4th Place – Emily Ballard, Olivia McSwan, Issie Gilley, Bella Anthony.

The Sailor Trophy – This is awarded to the Eventing rider, who on the Cross Country element finishes the course with the closest to the Optimum time. This time is calculated on the distance and kms per minute and set by the official course designer. The higher the level the harder it is to achieve the optimum. Congratulations to Emily Rink, riding Wade Equine Oki Doki, who in the highest Interschool eventing class, the CIC 1 star, finished the course within 1 second of the ideal time.

Queensland State Team Members – Emily Rink – Eventing and Show Jumping; Issie Gilley – Eventing; Emily Ballard- Show Jumping and Eventing; Piper Searle – Eventing; Georgia Rink- Eventing; Bella Anthony – Eventing 2 horses; Claire Abercrombie – Showhorse.

Horses, depending on their breed and physical build, and when in full competition condition can weigh around 500 kilograms. They do have a brain, are generally cooperative and do aim to please 90% of the time. It is amazing the partnership that develops between the rider and their horse(s). This partnership and trust is what the sport of Equestrian is all about.

Wonderful achievements and progress by the whole team.

CONGRATULATIONS STUARTHOLME EQUESTRIAN 2017

Anna Starosta
Equestrian Coordinator

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Heath Ryan comes to Stuartholme Equestrian

Heath Ryan, world renowned Equestrian competitor, came to Burpengary in the July holidays and conducted a very enlightening clinic on the Eventing discipline for members of …

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Heath Ryan comes to Stuartholme Equestrian

Heath Ryan, world renowned Equestrian competitor, came to Burpengary in the July holidays and conducted a very enlightening clinic on the Eventing discipline for members of the Stuartholme team.

Heath was assistant coach to the Australian Olympic 3 Day Team in Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000 when the Team won Gold. He himself made his Olympic debut at the age of 50 at the 2008 Beijing Games. In 2009 he suffered stroke like conditions but in 2010 came back to the sport winning the Australian Dressage Grand Prix Champions in SIEC. He has been the Australian 3 Day Champion and the Grand Prix Dressage Champion 3 times. Riders come from across the world to be trained by Heath and Rozzie Ryan, also an Olympian, at Heatherbrae, their property in NSW.

The Stuartholme riders gained a very high level of understanding about all three parts to this intricate and demanding sport. They worked on what is required to get the most from the horse and rider partnership and how to develop a patient relationship. One girl commented that her horse progressed 3 dressage grades in just one lesson!

It was an invaluable experience for the girls and horses to have such an experienced and expert coach. We sincerely hope that we can have a similar couple of days again in 2018.

Thank you to Liz Owens for organising the clinic and to Mandy and Nick Ballard for hosting Heath during his visit.

“All about you” Workshop

Elizabeth Wilson School of Deportment and Grooming will be running their next course from Monday 9 October at Stuartholme School. The course runs for four …

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“All about you” Workshop

Elizabeth Wilson School of Deportment and Grooming will be running their next course from Monday 9 October at Stuartholme School. The course runs for four weeks and will cover make-up, skin care, nail care, hair care, deportment and etiquette/table manners.

To find out more, including how to book click here.

 

Summer is just around the corner so COME AND TRY LEARN TO SWIM at Stuartholme

You’re invited to come along to The Swim Academy Dive & Try Day at Stuartholme pool.  You and your kids can join in a fun …

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Summer is just around the corner so COME AND TRY LEARN TO SWIM at Stuartholme

You’re invited to come along to The Swim Academy Dive & Try Day at Stuartholme pool.  You and your kids can join in a fun free learn to swim, stroke development or squad training session in our heated pool.  This is a great opportunity to meet the coaches and sign up for Term 4.

When:  3-4pm Sunday 10 September 2017

Where:  Stuartholme Aquatic Precinct

To register: swim@theswimacademy.com.au.  Registration is essential.

The Swim Academy is open to the public and you can find out more about our learn to swim program at www.theswimacademy.com.au.

Centenary Christian Kindergarten

Staff from Centenary Christian Kindergarten are incredibly excited to invite past families and staff back to Centenary Christian Kindergarten for our 40th Anniversary celebrations and Open …

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Centenary Christian Kindergarten

Staff from Centenary Christian Kindergarten are incredibly excited to invite past families and staff back to Centenary Christian Kindergarten for our 40th Anniversary celebrations and Open Day.

Come and reunite with old friends and past staff members and help us celebrate this wonderful milestone.

The official cake cutting and celebration will take place at 10:30am. Hope to see you there!