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  • Reminder – No G20 Public Holiday for Redlands

    Friday 14 November 2014 is a normal school day for Redlands College.   The G20 public holiday only applies to those in the Brisbane City Council area.  Buses to and from school will be running as usual.

  • Students Shine at Youth Shakespeare Festival

    On Saturday, 18 October four Redlands College students – Sarina Bakker, Callum Slater, Riley Camejo and Oliver Hooper all took part in the State Finals of the 2014 Queensland Youth Shakespeare Festival run by Shake & Stir Theatre Co. The competition consisted of 167 students from around Queensland and was held at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Sarina … Continue reading »

  • Pixel Prize for photography

    Three Redlands College students entered the Australian Catholic University’s Pixel Prize for photography. This is an international competition and awards are given at a local level. Georgina Eades (Year 10), Ryan Khoo (Year 11) and Tegan Kawitzki (Year 10) entered works. Tegan Kawitzki received a Highly Commended. Well done!

  • Junior Schools Cup 2014 Results

    On the weekend of 17-19 October, seven Redlands College teams played in the Queensland Volleyball Junior Schools Cup.  The teams played at various venues across Brisbane.  This was the 9th time Redlands College has entered this level of the competition. Results: Year 8 Boys Division 1 – Placed 5th out of 10 teams Year 8 … Continue reading »

  • Team Photographs 2014

    Team and Group photos from 2014 may now be ordered. An order form has been emailed to all students and families. Order forms are due by 3 November 2014.

  • Year 11 Geography Excursion

    On Thursday 23 October, Year 11 Geography students went on a field trip relevant to the topic they are currently studying: Urban and Transport Planning. They attended a lecture about town planning and sustainable urban design with Dr Daniel O’Hare,  Associate Professor Urban Planning, at Bond University. During this lecture, they learnt about many interesting 21st century … Continue reading »

  • Mission Food Primary Schools Cup Netball

    The Redlands College Year 6/7 girls teams had an awesome weekend playing netball against 80 other teams across the State in the Mission Food Primary Schools Cup.  This is a State-wide primary schools event, that was held at Palm Beach. The Gold team finished in the top 16 for the weekend, losing only three games.  … Continue reading »

  • Alyssa wins Redlitzer

    Alyssa Hodges (Year 7) is one of 5 winners in the 12-14 age category in this year’s ‘Redlitzer Junior Short Story Competition.’ She won a $50 book voucher and a day session with an Author to edit her story.  The Redlitzer Anthology was then printed with the stories of the 10 winning entries from both the age categories. … Continue reading »

  • Uniform shop appointments

    A reminder that appointments are available for the following dates to arrange fitting and purchase of new uniforms for 2015: Saturday 15 November 2014 Saturday 22 November 2014 Mon 19 January to Sat 15 January 2015 The shop closes for 2014 on Thursday 27 November.  At this stage there are many appointment times available, however … Continue reading »

  • Year 10 Geography Excursion

    On Tuesday 14 October our Year 10 Geography students went on a field trip relating to their current topic: Multiculturalism and Refugees.  They visited Brisbane’s Multicultural Development Association (MDA) and learnt about the large number of asylum seekers and refugees in the world who are seeking safety.  They learnt about the support that MDA provides to refugees. … Continue reading »

  • Speech and Drama Bookings for 2015

    There are a limited number of places for students in Speech and Drama lessons for 2015.  If you wish your Junior School child to participate, bookings are open now. These are private tuition for 2 students per half hour, where emphasis is placed on how to speak to a group and self confidence building.  Lessons … Continue reading »

  • Chamber Strings at Ormiston House

    Congratulations to the members of Chamber Strings, who performed beautifully at an Ormiston House open house event yesterday (Sunday afternoon). They played two sets of about 35 mins each, which calls for a considerable repertoire and sustained concentration. The students (Karla Christensen, Siubhan Slater, Owen Claxton and Kathryn Duke) were excellent ambassadors for the College.  

  • Grandparents’ Day and Art Show

    We would like to thank parents and grandparents for their interest and support for yesterday’s Grandparents’ Day and Art Show. It was a busy day with the Little Voices and Junior School Choir singing, author talks, the opportunity to watch and talk with a professional artist, view the children’s art works, frame original art works … Continue reading »

  • 40 Hour Famine High Achievement Award

    This year, almost one hundred Middle School students participated in the annual 40 Hour Famine organised by World Vision, for which Redlands College was presented with a High Achievement Award. The Middle school leaders of the 40-hour famine, Tamara Edmunds and Chelsea Dawson said, “We are so proud of all the enthusiasm and generosity shown … Continue reading »

  • 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

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