Acting Principal’s Message | Mr Chris Ryan
Thank you once again to one and all who made Friday evening’s Celebration of Excellence exactly that; a celebration of the achievements of the Terrace Family. It was particularly pleasing to hear several speakers acknowledging the dedication and talent of our teaching and non-teaching staff and their commitment to excellence in holistically forming the Terrace student. I also congratulate Jacob Montaner on his College Captain's address.
Congratulations to our athletes who competed proudly at the GPS Athletics Championships last Saturday. The efforts on the track and on the field were the best that each individual could give and that is all any team or coach can ask for. Many a personal best was recorded and some fine individual performances were enjoyed. Thank you to the amazing troop of parents who hosted the team breakfast last week and have supported the boys throughout the season. I sincerely congratulate Declan Madden and his team, Director Mr Anthony Hayward and Head Coach Ms Tatiana Grigorieva and their team for their commitment. Finally, thank you to the students who attended the championships and supported the team until hoarse!
We enjoy a tremendous diversity of talents within our student body. More often than not this is represented within our academic program and GPS Sport and Cultural activities, but many boys excel across a wide range of areas and pursuits. Congratulations to Emil Cooper of Year 12 Windsor who has been selected to represent Australia in the World Hurling Junior Championships in Helsinki this January - a wonderful achievement. Congratulations also to team members; Joshua Bonwick, Cameron Newcomb, Matthew Rowen, Chris Good, Patrick Gleeson and Matthew Cho who competed in the Queensland First Technology Challenge Rover Ruckus Scrimmage over the weekend. Terrace competed very well against strong and talented opposition and the boys represented the College with pride and dedication. Particular thanks and congratulations to the Year 12 students; Joshua, Cameron and Matthew. Thank you to Mr Peter Whitehouse for his leadership of this team.
This week, we have announced the House Leaders for 2019. I congratulate each of these students and wish them well for their leadership journey next year:
A reminder of the morning tea at Tennyson this Saturday to celebrate the special contribution that Mrs Julie Quinn has made over 24 years at Terrace. The Terrace Family is invited to gather at Tennyson at 10am and be seated in the Old Boys’ Stand by 10.30am for some brief formalities followed by a simple morning tea, warmly hosted by the Terrace Ladies Group. Thank you one and all for their collaboration in making this lovely occasion possible. All welcome.
Finally, Dr Michael Carroll returns to the College on Monday 12 November. It is a privilege to act as College Principal and I thank the community for their support during this time. I take this opportunity to thank Mr Damien Fall, Mr Damien Cuddihy, Mr Steve Hohn and Mr Dwayne Hoy who have acted as College Dean, Dean of Students, Dean of Waterford and Mahoney House Dean with distinction during this time. I also wish to thank Mr Gavin Clements who has been on a contract teaching position with us for these five weeks; fortunately, Mr Clements will be joining the College full time next year on our teaching faculty.
Mr Chris Ryan
Acting College Principal
Acting College Dean | Mr Damien Fall
Last Friday evening’s Celebration of Excellence was an outstanding showcase of Terrace excellence. It is an important occasion to acknowledge the plethora of opportunities provided by a Terrace education and to congratulate those who fully embrace life as a Terrace student. Following such an event, it is important to stop and give thanks to the large number of staff who make such an event the success that it is. There are too many staff to name, but to all those who produce, direct, film, present awards, manage students, arrange music, set up, pack up or complete any of the other important jobs associated with the event, we pass on a very big thank you. Such a significant community event cannot occur without you and we are most grateful.
This week, we welcomed back Mr John McKinlay and Mr John Hawthorne, both of whom were enjoying leave for the first half of term. We wish them well for the frantic final weeks of the year. The end of this week also sees us complete Week 5 of the term, and a number of staff finishing up in their acting roles. Most importantly, next week we welcome back Dr Carroll and his new knee, meaning Mr Chris Ryan returns to his role as College Dean. I will return to the Dean of Students seat, Mr Damien Cuddihy to Dean of Waterford Place, Mr Steven Hohn to Mahoney House Dean, and Mr Dwayne Hoy will return to his teaching role. Many thanks to all staff who embraced the opportunity for a new challenge and who filled their respective roles so well.
The process of staffing and completing the timetable for 2019 continues and we are close to a final product. I am pleased to inform our community that Mr Michael MacDermott has accepted the role of Acting Head of Business and Technology Faculty for 2019. We wish him well for this position in the new year. Finally this week, a reminder to all in our community of the opportunity to farewell Mrs Julie Quinn at 10am this Saturday at Tennyson. Details are available on the College App under Notices. We look forward to a memorable event to say thank you to Julie for the incredible job she has done over 24 years at Terrace. I look forward to returning to the Student Office for the final weeks of the term, particularly as we farewell the Seniors of 2018 next Friday.
Dean of Studies | Mrs Julie Quinn
Celebration of Excellence
Last Friday evening was indeed a gala celebration witnessing the outstanding achievements and commitments of our boys in both the academic and co-curricular arenas. Mixed with this was the showcase of the great talents of so many of our musicians. It will be a night that will be embedded into our memories for many years to come. This night is always of special significance to the Seniors. The Seniors presence in numbers, both in gaining awards and supporting one another, reflects their commitment to the cohort and to being the “best they can be”.
Congratulations to Jacob Montaner for his dual accomplishment of Captain and Dux of the College. The humility echoed in Jacob’s speech, along with the Vice Captains’ speeches on College Assembly, consolidates the concept of the true Terrace Gentleman. As a Senior group they have set and sent a clear and compelling message to the younger members of the community. Last Friday, it was a delight to watch the elated expressions on their faces as they linked together to sing the school song - no doubt this moment represented the many wonderful shared memories of their Terrace years.
Students in Years 5 to 11 were issued with their Term 4 exam timetables on Tuesday morning. Spare copies can be collected from Student Services. Exams commence for students in the final two weeks of the term. These exam schedules should be part of the boys’ strategic planning to maximise their results.
How to revise successfully for exams
Step 1. Download the checklist, or if in Years 7, 8, 9 or 10 - go to your checklist booklet.
Step 2. Number each item that needs to be practiced or remembered for a subject.
Step 3. Use the exam schedule to prioritise your revision – early exams get priority along with subjects you are not as confident in.
Step 4. Draw up a study plan – first listing all the days leading into and during the exams and note on each day when you are available to study.
Step 5. Use a different colour font for each subject and allocate each point from the checklist to a time in the study plan. For example - Monday 5-5.45 pm, do Maths Ex 3 A,B,C.
Step 6. Using a pen and paper, pretend that every point on the checklist is an exam question - write down the answer then correct it. If it is wrong and you are unable to correct the error yourself then follow up the next day with your teacher or attend tutorials.
Step 7. Aim to complete the revision of each checklist at least twice before the set exam.
With over 25% of all our boys gaining awards for academic excellence, let us continue this strong culture of being the best that we can be.
Acting Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy
This week, our Year 12 students reached another milestone in their final day of normal classes on Tuesday. The day commenced with the annual House Breakfast and concluded with a reflective session facilitated by their House Deans. The little buddies also had an opportunity to formally say farewell during the final House Assembly throughout the day. In walking around the various assemblies, it was heartening to see the obvious strong sense of connection the boys have within their Houses. Nurturing this sense of connection is central to the effectiveness of any successful pastoral system. I thank the Seniors of each House for their contributions to this process throughout the year. We wish them well in their exams over the next week, culminating with the final College Assembly and Valedictory Dinner next Friday.
Whilst our Seniors are in a significant period of transition, so are many other year levels at the College. Our Year 6 students are moving into high school, Year 9 into Waterford, Year 10 into a new ATAR system and the Year 11 cohort will be wearing a white shirt in 2019. It can be tempting to start thinking about the journey ahead but the boys need to keep firmly in the present for the time being. Finalising assignments and preparing for the upcoming exam period is the priority. Our message to the students is clear; business as usual for the rest of the year. High standards of personal grooming and uniform must be maintained until the final day of school. I look forward to watching our young men finish the year with conviction.
On occasion, I am consulted by parents on the topic of drugs and alcohol use by teenagers. Boys in older grades will often use the excuse that “everyone else is doing it…”. This is far from the truth. The longer you can delay the use of alcohol by your son the better. It is concerning to hear about situations that our students find themselves in when they have been under the influence of alcohol. Research indicates that the frontal lobe of young adolescents is not developed enough to absorb these substances. The world is full of good young men who are suffering the consequences of making poor choices. Our students are not immune to this. Parenting is a hard job but having the ability to say “no” when it is in their best interest is of great importance and pays dividends in the long run.
Dean of Identity | Mr Charles Brauer
Prophetic by name and nature
A key phrase that is synonymous with driving Edmund Rice education is “making a difference”. Running parallel to this phrase is another phrase that always stands out to me – “making a prophetic difference”. Are we to be the prophets of today forecasting the future of our world? Sounds a little too supernatural for me. However, by challenging our thinking a little and reorientating our thinking around “prophetic difference” we a drawn closer to understanding this concept as extraordinarily powerful. To make a “prophetic” difference, one has to have courageous conviction with going against the grain of social norms and expectations. Furthermore, in our Catholic context, one is challenged to be counter-cultural in light of the Gospel. To keep it simple, while borrowing a phrase from the Prophet Micah, one is called to “act justly, love tenderly and to walk humbly with God.”
This week marked the final Year 9 Camp and Micah retreat, which is the last time boys journey out to Maroon Dam with their House groups.
The Year 9 students participate in a variety of activities on camp that further develop a range of skills. Teamwork, leadership and self confidence are crucial skills in developing young men, taught tactfully by Mr Toby Gowland and the GTOEC staff.
Broken into House groups, Years 7, 8 and 9 camps are followed by retreats. The House Dean and other members of the Campus Ministry team meet the boys on Thursday afternoon at the GTOEC to conclude the week with retreat. The Year 9 retreat theme is 'Micah'. The Prophet Micah is known best for challenging others to “act justly, love tenderly and to walk humbly with God.”
Micah’s virtues sound great, but have little meaning for Year 9s if not put into proper context and made applicable to teenage life. Through a variety of activities, we try to illustrate the connection to Micah’s virtues through awareness of self, awareness of others and awareness of God in our everyday life. We challenge the boys to apply this awareness in practical ways that aim to develop humility.
We recognise that making an effort to have this type of awareness is uncommon among teenage boys. However, it is in developing such humility that we know leads to the growth of truly wise young men.
Acting Dean of Waterford | Mr Steven Hohn
At the end of this week my time ends as Acting Dean of Waterford Place. I would like to publicly thank the staff, students and parents of Waterford Place for the support that I have received over the past five weeks. Waterford Place offers a unique opportunity to the young men of Terrace. The 2018 Waterford cohort is finishing the year well and should be congratulated on what has been an excellent year across a multitude of areas. The year spent at Waterford traditionally witnesses a great deal of change in the life of our young men. However, it can be difficult to identify these changes when you are walking with your son on a daily basis. Having witnessed first-hand the 2019 Waterford intake, and the past five weeks, I am reminded at the level of social and emotional growth that occurs from the end of Year 9.
In the last five weeks, a number of life lessons have been delivered to help the young men of Waterford be all that they can be. The lessons have been around making good choices when we make our many decisions throughout a day, taking ownership of our decisions, treating people with respect and acting with integrity. The bigger picture of these messages culminates in the young men at Waterford building towards being the best that they can be and raising their awareness of how to exhibit strong character.
Lastly, I would like to congratulate all of the boys that received awards or performed on Friday night at the Celebration of Excellence. I would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate the following boys for achieving special awards for their involvement at Waterford this year.
Dux of Year 10 - Patrick Gleeson
Yr 10 Leadership Prize - Daniel Migotto
Yr 10 Character, Service, Study and Co-curricular Prize - Samuel Dutton
Junior Sportsman of the Year - Jerimiah Woodward
For those that weren’t acknowledged in the public forum, I offer these words:
“Great things happen to those who don't stop believing, trying, learning, and being grateful.” ~ Roy T Bennett
Years 7, 8 and 9 Program Leader | Mr Damien Coman
It was wonderful to celebrate the academic achievement of students at Friday night’s Celebration Of Excellence at the Convention Centre. I would also like to congratulate Ryan Wong in Year 8, who was named the best Mathematics student in Queensland for his grade by the Australian Mathematics Trust.
The mistake that many boys make in the middle years is that the either see themselves as a successful student or they don’t. Those who have made a mistake by viewing themselves as ‘someone who will always be a C’ etc., may then not put in the hard work accordingly. Of course, a student will not improve or achieve high grades if they do not dedicate consistent time across the term to their subjects.
The mistake of watching boys accept awards because they believe they are just ‘naturally smart’ is common. Every student who received an award has also put in a serious amount of time to try and understand the topic, practise questions and ask for assistance or clarification when needed. All students need to do these things to be their best.
Like any other pursuit, if you want to become good at something, you need to have focus, listen to the instruction provided and then practise regularly. There is no substitute for hard work.
At this time of term students need to:
- Complete all homework as this will no doubt help practise for assessment
- Work on assignments so that there is not a last minute rush
- Revise for upcoming exams using the strategies that are consistently mentioned and advocated at Terrace
- Attend any extra tutoring
- Ue Friday Roll Call (have a brief weekly review of their subjects)
- Engage in some passive learning (reading chapters, following examples, looking over PowerPoints)
- Engage in a serious amount of active learning (writing notes and answering lots of various questions in their checklist booklet, so their progress is visible to anyone who wanted to see it, including themselves, drawing flow charts, mind maps, flashcards, timing themselves at times)
ACTIVE LEARNING BEATS PASSIVE LEARNING
Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking
Celebration of Excellence
What a night we had last week celebrating the achievements of the young men of Terrace. Over 400 performers graced the stage making it a true celebration of excellence. A sincere “Thank You” to all the staff who were involved behind the scenes. Also, to Matt Lawson and the team from Cutting Edge who assisted with the 3D animation.
I am very proud to congratulate the following Terracians who have been offered places at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Terrace had three young men audition and all three have been offered places. Congratulations.
- Charlie Newman – Jazz Drums (one of three places available)
- Alexander O’Meally – Jazz Vocals (one of four places available)
- Hugh Sinclair – Music Technology (one of twenty places available)
Cultural sign on
We would like to encourage Parents/Caregivers and students to check the Terrace App and the Parent Lounge over the coming weeks as we will be releasing sign on information for 2019 Cultural activities. Many of these can only take a select number of students so the cut off time will be strictly enforced.
Support Group meetings
Part of the success of our Cultural activities can be traced to our Support Groups. If you would like to be involved, meetings are outlined in the College calendar and on the App.
Terrace Performing Arts AGM – Tuesday 27 November. Venue to be announced.
Debating Support Group – Tuesday 27 November, 5.30pm in the Founders’ Room
Staying in touch
To keep in touch with all things Cultural, we would suggest you download the Terrace App and also follow us on Twitter (@GTCulture) and Instagram (terrace_gtculture) to ensure you don’t miss a thing.
Acting Director of Music | Mr Jan Hewerdine
Last Friday, the College held their Celebration of Excellence awards night at the Brisbane Convention Centre. Key components of this event were the musical items and the high production values that went into the presentation. As you watched the event unfold over the course of the evening, you heard the Celebration of Excellence Orchestra and Choir performing music ranging from Daft Punk and John Farnham to classical music.
The co-curricular program, coupled with Years 5 and 6 classroom Music, delivered a seamless massed ensemble rendition of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. Congratulations are in order also to the many vocal and instrumental soloists who featured.
Music Practice Hall
Music Practice Hall continues apace on Mondays. This is held in the Music Centre, from 3.15-5pm. I ask that you actively support this so that we can roll it out fully next year and support the boys in attaining quality practice habits. The response from participants to date has been very positive, with students seeing an immediate improvement in their playing.
Term 4 Events
• Julie Quinn Farewell: Tennyson Saturday 10 November 10-11.30am
• TLG Thanksgiving Mass: Friday 9 November 9.30-10.30am
• Year 12 Valedictory Assembly: Friday 16 November 2-3pm
Term 1- 2019
• Music Camp: 21-25 January
• Red Concert Band Workshop: Sunday 3 February
• Strings Workshop: Sunday 17 February
• String Soirée: Wednesday 20 March
• ANZAC Day Rehearsals: 15 and 16 April
Director of Sport | Mr Damian Wright
Congratulations to all the boys who competed at the GPS Track and Field Championships last Saturday. There were numerous outstanding performances by many boys across the age levels, which resulted in Terrace finishing in eighth position. Upon reflection of the points table, it can be identified that there was a very close spread of scores with 18.5 points covering ninth to fifth place.
There were four winners on the day with Mali Dorante in the Under 14 400m, Trevine Loos in the Under 13 Javelin, Jonathan Van Aswegen in the Under 15 Javelin and Daniel Di Giandomineco in the Open Discus.
However, the true story lies in the 'personal bests' that so many boys achieved on the day and the fighting spirit shown by numerous boys to try and gain that one extra place. The culture of the Track and Field program has been developing into a more positive mindset over recent years and this a great positive to take from Saturday.
The post event was a wonderful way to celebrate the boys and their achievements. Thank you to the Support Group of parents who so ably assisted on the night and also throughout the season, especially with the provision of breakfast for the boys.
Thank you to Head Coach Ms Tatiana Grigorieva and Director Mr Anthony Hayward for their all-consuming efforts and support of the boys.
Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Zach Boland
My Terrace journey began seven years ago in Year 6, on a rainy day. Seven years later, it is coming to an end in blistering heat. On Tuesday this week, with the rest of the Year 12 cohort, I officially had my last day of school. For me, this brought mixed emotions. I felt a sense of excitement, as it marked the beginning of a new, largely unknown chapter. This was mixed with a feeling that was also quite a sombre occasion. Many Seniors began to realise that it was the final time that we would share morning tea and be laughing and joking with each other in and out of the classroom.
Many boys have realised that Terrace has become their second home throughout the years that they have been here. Everyone kept referring to the ‘Terrace Family’ that they have been a part of and it is becoming difficult to say goodbye. We thought about the fact that the GPS Track and Field Championships marked the last time that we would be able to cheer in the red and the black and the last time that we will be able to represent the College in a sporting sense.
All the memories and experiences shared at Terrace will never be forgotten, but everything must come to an end. It is almost time to hand over the reins to the Seniors of 2019, and I wish them the best of luck.
Thank you to all of the teachers and staff for making the Terrace journey such a great one. Thank you to all of the other students who have shared the Terrace journey, making it an experience that will be fondly remembered. Thank you to my parents for their support and for sending me to such a great school.
Remember to enjoy your time at Terrace because before you know it, it will come to an end. Shoulder to Shoulder.
Terrace Ladies Group
TLG Thanksgiving Mass – Friday 9 November 9.30am
A special event in the year is our Thanksgiving Mass, which is on tomorrow, 9 November in the Chapel of the Holy Family. This is followed by a delicious morning tea in the Founders’ Room, with a celebration lunch for the Year 12 Mothers to be held at Gambaro Hotel and Restaurant.
Assistance needed - Year 12 end of year celebrations
The College is seeking assistance during the last week for our Year 12 boys. On Monday 12 November, help is needed from 8.30am in College Hall for wrapping gifts for our Seniors to be presented with at the Valedictory Dinner. With enough helpers on boards, this task should take no more than an hour. Help is also then needed for setting up the tables at City Hall from 1.30pm on Friday 16 November.
Julie Quinn's Farewell
This Saturday, 10 November at 10am, the College community is invited to Tennyson to help show Julie Quinn a wonderful send off celebration. This is a great opportunity for you to show your appreciation for Julie’s dedication over the past 24 years and the incredible academic outcomes our boys have enjoyed because of her. No RSVP necessary.
Conor’s Long Lunch
Conor’s Long Lunch is coming up on Saturday 24 November. There are still places available for this special event, so there is still a chance to come along if you haven’t organised a spot yet. Tickets are sold as tables of 10 for $600 and the link can be found on the College Events page. If you don’t have a full group, it may be useful to put a note onto your year’s Facebook page – there could very well be someone else in the same situation.
If you are able to offer a little time to assist with the running of the day, please contact Megan Clifford direct via email email@example.com. Thank you to the ladies who have already offered your time. There is no doubt plenty of jobs to be done to make this large event a success.
Staff Christmas Lunch – Wednesday 5 December
The annual Staff Christmas Lunch is a wonderful celebration of our staff in appreciation for all their efforts and support of our boys throughout the year. The TLG hosts this directly through the generosity of our families with contributions of food, time and monetary donations. More details on this will be distributed in the next week or so, along with links to volunteer sign-on pages.
Week 5 – Friday 9 November – Thanksgiving Mass, 9.30am Chapel of the Holy Family
Week 5 – Saturday 10 November – Farewell Celebration for Julie Quinn, 10am Tennyson
Week 7 – Saturday 24 November – Long Lunch for Conor Tweedy, Tennyson
Wednesday 5 December – Staff Christmas Lunch (first week of student holidays)
Contact | TLG President | Mel Josephson
Parents and carers may like to visit the Terrace Shop to purchase end of the year gifts for their sons.
- Popular items include the Terrace golf umbrellas, cufflinks and key rings.
- We also have the limited edition GPS100 sports cap available for purchase at $25 each.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO VOLUNTEER TO ASSIST THE TERRACE SHOP FOR OUTFITTING INCOMING STUDENTS FOR 2019.
Find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details here...
Date and Time: Place your order by Friday 9 November
Please note change of delivery date. Mangoes will be delivered Thursday 22 November to the Founders' Room, Gregory Terrace for pick up between 12pm - 3.30pm
Cost: $30 per tray (+ booking fees)
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Julie Joseph | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0408 737 73
Date and Time: Saturday 10 November | 8.30am start
Where: Tennyson Boat Shed, Vivian St Tennyson
RSVP: No RSVP required. Please feel welcome to stay for morning tea on the deck
Date and Time: Saturday 10 November | 10am with formalities at 10.30am and morning tea to follow.
Where: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson.
RSVP: No RSVP needed - all members of the Terrace Family, past and present, welcome to attend.
Join us to thank Julie for her 24 years of service, dedication, leadership and friendship here at Gregory Terrace
To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, the College will compile a list of relatives of the Terrace Family who served in the Great War. Please email David Giles who will collate this list to present to the College Archivist.Email Mr Giles | Click Here
Two information evenings available to attend about this unique and exciting opportunity to study at NASA
Date and Time: Tuesday 13 November | Junior Space School 6pm - 7pm and Senior Space School 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Where: GT125, Gregory Terrace
RSVP: Please RSVP via the link below
Date & Time: Saturday 24 November | From midday
Where: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
Details: Set to be a fun filled, relaxed and joyous community afternoon including:
- Live music & DJ
- BYO food or for an easier option, food trucks from 12pm
- Full cash & cocktail bar
- Food trucks from 12pm
- Strictly adults only event
Details: 3 different size Terrace cricket bags available to purchase
Cost: $138.50 (+ booking fees) | Senior atomic bag
$75 (+ booking fees) | Junior atomic bag or Duffle 750 bag
RSVP: Limited number available so please order ASAP or before 16 November
Approximate delivery to the College late November 2018
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Blair Copelin | BlairCopelin@Terrace.qld.edu.au
Date and Time: Sunday 2 December | 1pm - 4pm
Where: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
RSVP: RSVP not required. Please feel welcome to attend on the day.
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Blair Copelin | email@example.com
Date and Time: Tuesday 4 December & Wednesday 5 December | 4 sessions to choose from - 8am - 10am; 10am - 12pm; 1pm - 3pm or 3pm - 5pm
Where: Victoria Park, Gilchrist Ave Herston
Cost: $175 (+ booking fees) | Includes 2 hours coaching with world leading power hitting and fast bowling experts AND a force train better weighted cricket bat, valued at $200
For further information or enquires, please contact
Blair Copelin | BlairCopelin@Terrace.qld.edu.au | 0411 042 768
In celebration of 100 years of the GPS Association, Spirit of Fellowship caps are currently available to purchase. Pick one up before they sell out!
Where: The Terrace Shop (open Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 7.30am - 3.45pm, closed for lunch 12pm - 12.35pm)
Cost: $25 | All proceeds from the sale of these will contribute directly to injured students within the GPS rugby community
The cookbook every Terrace Family should own a copy of is available for the special Welcome to Terrace price of just $50.
Details: This hard cover, full colour cookbook is full of beautiful historical photographs from Terrace's rich history, as well as great family favourite recipes.
Cost: $50 | For sale now at the Terrace Shop
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Leisa Low | firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Level Parent Social Functions
Find all your Term 4 parent function details here...
Year 5 End of Year Parent/Caregiver Function
Details: Friday 16 November | 6.30pm
Where: Story Bridge Hotel, 200 Main St Kangaroo Point
Cost: $36.00 (+ booking fees) | Includes canapes & drink on arrival. Cash bar
RSVP: Please RSVP by Monday 12 November
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Mandy Stephens | email@example.com | 0412 563 229
Year 11 End of Year Parent/Caregiver Lunch
Details: Friday 30 November | 11.30am
Where: Bar Alto, Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St New Farm
Cost: $61.00 (+ booking fees) | Includes 2 course set lunch. Cash bar
RSVP: Please RSVP by Friday 23 November
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Kate Pearson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0422 646 842