Generous Hospitality What does it feel like to be welcome? Can you remember what it feels like to be warmly welcomed?
St Luke’s Anglican School Early Learning Centre ‘As we near the end of the United Nations Decade for Sustainability 2005–14, it is encouraging to note the marked increase in sustainability initiatives within the early childhood profession on a local, national and global scale’ Our challenge is to confront several challenges to the health and well-being […]
For the first time, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs was adorned with 4000 red, white and purple handmade poppies assembled by local school children, including Churchie’s cadets, IB Diploma Programme and Prep School students, to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the signing of the Armistice ending World War One, and the legacy of Remembrance Day. The […]
The Glennie School It was a privilege to have Dr Peter Lewis from the Anglican Schools Commission visit Glennie this week with his collection of ancient coins and manuscripts. The coins are originally from Ephesus one of the most significant cities in the ancient world which is now in modern-day Turkey. Ephesus was a major […]
Toowoomba Anglican College and Preparatory School This week, College students in the class of Miss Parker, were lucky to sight the exhibition of ‘The Coins of Ephesus’. This exhibition showcases a series of 20+ coins from Ancient Ephesus, the earliest of which dates to 650BC, and coins are as small as 4mm in diameter. They […]
St Paul’s School *Article contributed by Danielle Savic, Dietitian & Nutritionist For me, a healthy lunchbox is a snapshot of a normal day of eating, but there are 3 main ingredients to ensuring your lunchbox is providing you with all the nutrients you need! The 3 main ingredients for a healthy lunchbox: Fuelling food Muscle […]
St Paul’s School Award-winning journalist, author and commentator Madonna King has interviewed over five-hundred girls and many fathers, as well as leading psychologists, school principals, CEOs, police, guidance counsellors and neuroscientists, to get the answers all mothers, fathers and daughters need to know in her book: Fathers and Daughters. She has written the below article for […]
Sisters Emily (Year 11) and Ella (Year 8) Woods have won the 2018 University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize for secondary students for their short film “Gas Busters”, about lactose intolerance. Their prize was awarded at an August gala black-tie event in where the girls had the opportunity meet some of Australia’s leading […]