Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking

Congratulations to all those involved in the 2017 All Hallows’ / Gregory Terrace production of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Over 750 members of our two school communities experienced a truly magical show. Thanks to AHS for putting on this production and great work to our 10 boys who were involved. We look forward to shortly announcing our 2018 Musical.

Accolades are Rolling in!

Well done to everyone within our Cultural Department. We have had the busiest two weeks of the year and succeeded in everything we did with exceptional outcomes. Thank you to the staff who work tirelessly to enable these outcomes. Please read on.

Speech & Drama

Fergus Gregg Year 12 was awarded the highest mark in Grade 7 AMEB Speech & Drama and has been asked to perform at Parliament House this Saturday night, 27 May. Great effort Fergus and we wish you well for your performance.

Public Speaking

Luke Ames has reached the South East Queensland final of the ROSTRUM Voice of Youth Competition. Congratulations Luke. The coming round will also include an Impromptu segment.

Will Cook represented the College at the Plain English Speaking Association’s Competition recently. This entailed presenting an eight minute speech and a three minute Impromptu.

The Graduation Meeting of the Toastmasters Youth Leadership Course will be held this Thursday where the 24 participants will display their speaking skills to their parents and friends.


A highly successful Brisbane-wide tournament was held at Terrace on Sunday. Hughston Parle finished equal first in the open division. Anthony Nguyen was third in the under 700 rating division.


Congratulations to the Senior A and Junior A teams who are all progressing through to the quarter finals. We invite everyone to come along to the Edmund Rice Theatre on Thursday night, starting at 7pm.


Congratulations to our College Mooters, Connor Wright, Xavier Clark and Matt Latter, who have placed in the Top 10 Schools of the Bond University National High School Mooting Competition.

They will now go on to participate in the Finals Day of the Competition at Bond University, commencing Friday evening 2 June and concluding Saturday 3 June.

This is a significant achievement, in this competition there are 76 teams from every State and Territory, 38 moots, eight days of competition, and now the Top 10.


With a week of performances we saw the following take the stage:

Wednesday – 31 students represent Terrace at the GPS Music Showcase

Thursday – over 300 students took the stage for the Winter Showcase

Sunday – 116 students from our premier ensembles performed in the Norman Clarke Concert

The Winter Concert and Norman Clarke Concert were outstanding and both the best I have seen at Terrace. Congratulations to all involved.


The QDU is holding a workshop for students in Years 5 to 7 on 4 June. Details of the workshop can be accessed here:

The annual Debating dinner will be held on Saturday 3 June. Tickets are available via College Events. The closing date is Friday 26 May.

Support Group Meetings

DSG Meeting – Tuesday 11 July, 5.30pm, The Founders' Room

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TPA Meeting – Tuesday 11 July, 5.30pm, Callan Centre

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TPA Mother’s Mass

All Mothers and sons are invited to the TPA Mother’s Mass on Tuesday 30 May – 7.30am. There will be light refreshments to follow.