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Head start for new senior system at Kimberley College

Year 10 at Kimberley College is undergoing changes to better serve as a transition year between middle school, senior school and the future. Kimberley College, a school in Carbook that opts out of formalised testing until senior school, will keep its successful multi-graded primary and middle school classes but make adjustments to the structure of Year 10 to introduce students to the workflow, assessment pattern, and nature of testing of Year 11 and 12. The changes are in response to the new QCAA system that replaces Queensland’s former OP grading.

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Bayside’s first ‘buddy bench’ to encourage inclusion and friendship among students as part of mental health week

Bayside’s first ‘buddy bench’ to encourage inclusion and friendship among students as part of mental health week Queensland’s largest private mental health facility has partnered Moreton Bay College to create a more inclusive playground for students, today confirming plans to install bayside Brisbane’s first ‘buddy bench’ to overcome the challenges of making friends at school.

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Dance Success

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Congratulations to the St Teresa's Catholic College Dance students on their recent eisteddfod success.
On Saturday 27th July, Dance Troupes competed in the Australian Pinnacle Dance Challenge. The results were:
 
1st Place: Year 7-12 Lyrical (Body Love)
1st Place: Year 10-12 Lyrical (Mad at You, choreographed by students Amber Faleono, Ivy Simons, Jemima Fitzpatrick &Tianah Gesell).
1st Place: Year 7-9 Lyrical (All I Want)
3rd Place: Year 7-12 Lyrical (I Won’t Complain)
Honourable Mention: Year 7-12 Contemporary (Bad Guy)
Honourable Mention: Year 7-9 Jazz (End of Time)

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WHY CHOOSE A GIRLS' SCHOOL?

You might agonise over the co-ed versus single sex schools question endlessly. After all, the world is made up of men and women, girls and boys, and every shade in between in this age of gender fluidity. And let's not kid ourselves. The world is not a gender-equal co-ed playing field.  How will she learn to navigate this if she is in an all-girls environment?

Well it might surprise you how strong the evidence is for choosing an all-girls' school.

Gender bias1 is still a real and pressing problem for women in the workforce and women in general. And it affects schools in equal measure. Freeing girls up from gender bias at a formative stage in their education has been proved to have significant influence on girls' confidence and self-esteem. Countless studies have shown that from around nine-years-old girls' confidence dips below boys which affects the choices they make at home, school and work.

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The Moreton Bay Colleges' win back to back national Mountain Bike Championships

13 August 2019. Manly West, Brisbane:

After an exciting weekend filled with thrills and spills, The Moreton Bay Colleges’ Mountain Bike Club have defended their title of Mountain Biking Australia Schools National Champions for 2019.

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The Science behind 'PLAY' at PCACS

At Peter Carnley Anglican Community School (PCACS) 'Play' provides opportunities for children to learn as they discover, create, improvise and imagine. When children play with other children they create social groups, test out ideas, challenge each other’s thinking and build new understandings. 

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