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  • Community Notice – Summer Sports Camps

      Sports Camp Australia are running a number of Summer Sports Camps in Brisbane in the Summer school holidays, some held at Redlands College and catering for ages 6 – 16 years. See the attached document for January dates and locations: Summer Sports Camps

  • Student Achievements

    Ayla Hayes (Year 8) was recognised in the Redlands City Bulletin last week for winning the Junior Ballet section at the Australian Teachers of Dance Australasian Scholarships in Sydney.  Congratulations Ayla! http://www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au/story/2620701/strictly-dance-students-win-trifecta-at-scholarships/

  • VET Student Recognised for her Achievements

    Year 12 VET student Amanda Cochrane who won ‘School-based Apprentice of the Year’ has been recognised by the Bayside Bulletin for her work in a male-dominated industry. Amanda is a first-year apprentice chef at The Grand View Hotel. See the following link for the full article: http://www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au/story/2591696/women-make-their-way-in-dominated-male-trades/

  • Student Achievements – Sparks Fly In Girls First Cricket Match!

    The last couple of weekends have seen two Redlands College girls, Jenna Hanson Yr8 and team captain Georgia Sandford Yr7, play cricket for the newly formed all girls cricket team the ‘Wellington Point Sparks’. Both girls made vital contributions with both ball and bat to steer the girls team to a massive 143 run victory over … Continue reading »

  • ISQ What Parents Want Survey

    Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) What Parents Want Survey is now open and I encourage parents of students enrolled in Redlands College to take part in this online survey. School choice is one of the most important decisions any parent will make in respect of their children. This survey will help us to understand the factors that … Continue reading »

  • College Captains Visit QLD Parliament House

    Principal Mark Bensley and our four College Captains visited Parliament House on Thursday of last week. They watched a parliamentary debate, enjoyed lunch with Mark Robinson, State Member for Cleveland and met with Campbell Newman, Premier of Queensland.

  • Japan Trip

    During the September holidays, two teachers and nine Grade 11 & 12 students travelled to Japan. While there they visited Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto and Hiroshima before stopping in for four days of home-stay with Redlands College’s sister school Chiben Gakuen and being involved in classes. It was a fantastic experience for our students.

  • Queensland Youth Shakespeare Festival

    Last Friday four of our students spent a day participating in workshops led by Shake & Stir Theatre Co. in preparation for the State Finals of the QLD Youth Shakespeare Festival on Saturday 18 October, where the students represented the Brisbane East region. Riley Camejo performed a monologue, Callum Slater and Sarina Bakker performed a duologue and Oliver Hooper’s set design … Continue reading »

  • School Banking – Term 4 Competition

    Commonwealth Bank are rewarding regular savings by sharing the Dollarmites latest find, precious prizes from the ancient Clam of Fortune.   All you need to do for a chance to win is make a deposit of any amount through School Banking between 20th October and 30th November 2014 and you will automatically receive one entry into … Continue reading »

  • School Banking Competition

    To celebrate our next generation of skillful savers, Commonwealth Bank have launched a Search for Australia’s Smart School Savers. Parents can visit www.commbank.com.au/smartschoolsavers and have their child tell Commonwealth Bank in 50 words or less what they are saving for and how they plan to achieve it. The competition is open to children aged between 5 … Continue reading »

  • Sporting Achievements

    Over the past weekend Isabella Collyer (8H) competed in the QLD State Levels Championships where she won a gold medal for synchronised trampoline.  Congratulations Isabella on doing so well in this competition!  

  • P & F Meeting Monday 20 October

    The monthly P&F meeting will be held on Monday 20 October at 7:30 pm in M Block. All are welcome to come along and hear the exciting happenings in our school community. The way that information is distributed to both new families and existing families will be discussed during the meeting.  If any parents wish to contribute … Continue reading »

  • Performance Music soiree series

    During the next few weeks, Performance Music is presenting its annual series of Soirees, at which some of the vocal and instrumental students who learn with College music tutors will have the opportunity to perform solos, thereby gaining valuable performance experience. Families, friends, and members of the College community are warmly invited to come along and hear … Continue reading »

  • Sporting Achievements

    Gold Coast Cup Runners Up – Toby Price and Dominic Vella Two students from Year 4 have spent the second week of the September holidays at Carrara on the Gold Coast competing in the Gold Coast Cup (Soccer). Toby Price and Dominic Vella and 6 of their regular teammates played 6 games over three days, … Continue reading »

  • Music Gala on Monday 27 Oct

    Members of all Performance Music choirs and instrumental ensembles; members of Little Voices; beginner Year 3 string students; and beginner Year 4-5 brass/woodwind/percussion students, have all received an emailed letter with details about the Music Gala Concert and Awards Night, at which all of the groups will be performing. For your information and reference, the text … Continue reading »

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