Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll

Dear members of the Terrace Family,

Welcome to Week 3. I hope that the routines of the school year are starting to fall into place for you and your sons. Last Friday, we were witness to our Opening Mass and Induction.  The strong sense of community and partnership were very evident in so many ways: the large number of parents present, the enthusiastic band of Year 11 parent helpers, the strong sense of connection of the staff and of course, the respectful involvement of the student body. It was a proud day to be a part of the Terrace Family. My thanks and congratulations to all involved.

Similarly, on Tuesday we hosted the Scholars' Assembly, acknowledging the 37 young men from 2018 who were awarded an OP1.  The College Dux, Jacob Montaner, spoke of the commitment, collegiality and support that existed amongst this group and their teachers, and encouraged the current students to continue to foster the strong ‘Culture of Learning’ that permeates through Terrace.  It was another occasion when I felt very proud to be part of the Terrace Family. 

The Information Nights have continued this week and I thank the staff and parents for their support of these evenings.  My thanks to the TLG and the large band of helpers who provided the hospitality for the Years 5, 6, 7 and 10 nights.  At these nights I indicated that I would be using the Terrace News to further communicate the College’s Strategic Directions for 2019.  I will commence this in next week’s edition.

The GPS Co-Curricular season has commenced.  This week I would like to acknowledge our Cultural Captains for 2019.  These young men will lead their respective activities and I am confident that they will do this to the highest standard.  I congratulate the following students and wish them well for 2019:

Co-Captains of Chess – James Hurst and Yang Zhang
Debating Captain – Scott Moran
Debating Vice Captain – Alexander Sullivan

Music Captain – Jack Gardiner
Music Vice Captain – Clancy Gundrum

Finally this week, I thank the parents for their assistance with the drop off/pick up part of the day and in particular, the focus on safety.  Please continue to reinforce the message of road safety and safe road crossings with your sons.

Have a great week.

God bless.

Dr Michael Carroll
College Principal

Deputy Principal | Mr Chris Ryan

Communication with Key Staff

Our Parent Information Evenings continue, and we have now facilitated Years 5 and 7, which are our key entry points for new students and parents at the College. It is always helpful to re-cap some important information about communication with teachers and key roles.

For all students in Years 5 and 6, the key contact person at the College is their class teacher, followed by their Pastoral Care Mentor, Mr Brendan Ganley as Program Leader Years 5 and 6 and their House Dean. 

For students in Years 7 to 12, depending on the nature of the issue, again, the class teacher is the first point of contact, followed by the Pastoral Care Mentor and House Dean/Dean of Waterford. 

For Years 7 to 12, the Program Leaders may be of assistance if the matter is more complex or urgent; Mr Damien Coman for academic matters in Years 7 to 9 and Mrs Loren Serafin-Huey for academic matters in Years 11 and 12. For all pastoral matters, the House Dean is the key point of contact. From the College Leadership Team, Mr Mason Hellyer, Dean of Studies and Mr Damien Cuddihy, Dean of Students are also available for academic and pastoral matters but it may be prudent to engage with the aforementioned persons beforehand as required.

Our counselling staff are Ms Jai-Leigh Beard and Mr Paul Antenucci for personal counselling for students and Mrs Natalie Twine for Careers Counselling.  Their contact details can be found on the College website under 'Student Life'.

Please feel welcome to be in contact via email or phone with key persons on staff at the school regarding your son. Our email policy for staff encourages teachers to respond to emails within a 24-hour period, but this may not always be possible depending on the individual’s teaching program and commitments. Teachers’ formal hours of duty are from 8.15am to 3.10pm each day, but of course they carry out a myriad of educational and administrative duties both during and outside of these times to support your sons and each other; however, it is not the expectation of the College that staff respond to emails outside of work hours including evenings and weekends. Thank you for your patience when communicating with a member of staff. All email addresses commence with the staff member’s full name and conclude with   For example:

Thank you to all of the parents who have made the effort to attend a Parent Information evening or Parent / Pastoral Mentor meeting thus far. We highly value your partnership. We look forward to the Years 9 and 11 evenings next week.

Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer

At Scholars' Assembly on Tuesday, I had the great honour of speaking on behalf of our 37 OP1 recipients from last year. As I spoke about each of the young men I was struck by the number of similarities evident in each of their academic journeys. Whilst undoubtedly each student had natural academic talent, this talent was combined with a motivation, determination and work ethic which ensured that their goals were achieved. Each of them recognised that:

  1. They had to set their goals and then planned to work toward them.
  2. They had to utilise all of their support networks: teachers, staff tutoring, study hall and study group, their mates, their parents and family.
  3. They did the small things: used their diary, logged their study hours, completed homework tasks.
  4. They consistently did the best that they could, every day at everything they did.

The above points are a simple enough formula and one that is proven. However, what distinguishes those who succeed in any endeavour is the self-motivation to get the job done. A great example of this self-motivation is Nikolai Wightman. Nikolai was deservedly awarded the Student Award on Tuesday, not just because of the improvement in his academic performance, but because of the way in which he instigated his improvement. He made a conscious decision to improve his academic outcomes and he worked hard toward achieving his goals. Nikolai made sure he did all the small things well (see above) and this should be the starting point for anyone who wants to be the best they can be.

Ultimately, it is up to each student to take responsibility for his own learning. However, the College is here to work with each student on his academic journey. There are a number of initiatives that students can access to assist with their study:

  1. Assessment calendars have been distributed to students to assist with their planning. By now a study plan should have been developed and being followed.
  2. Staff tutoring is available. The list of times and venues can be found on the College App.
  3. Study Group is available to Year 12 students only, every afternoon in room 5.15 from 3.15-5.30pm.

Exceptional Learners

Challenge Program  

Information Evening - Thursday 21 February 5.30pm meet and greet, 6pm start | College Hall

This information evening will introduce you to other parents of our gifted and talented young men and you can find out about TERREX, our parent Support Group.   We will give an overview of the Honours classes and how they work.  You will also be able to meet the teachers of the Challenge Program and speak directly about the extension opportunities for your son.

Find out about these opportunities if your son participates in the following classes or wishes to:

  • Maths Honours (Years 6-10) once per week, Year 7 once per fortnight in Term 1
  • English Honours (Years 7-10) once per fortnight
  • Future Problem Solving (Years 6-12) once per week, boys can nominate to join
  • Terrace Writers (Years 5-6) from Term 2
  • Terrabots (Years 5 -12) Thursday after school in room 4.9 (starting soon)

Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy

The Senior Induction and Opening Mass was held last Friday at the University of Queensland. I think it is important that all families are aware of the importance of this event to our Senior class and I would like to congratulate them on their induction as leaders within our community. If the start of the year is any indication, we are All in for a fantastic 2019. 

Communication is the most important part of our Pastoral Care system. It is important that parents please contact us earlier rather than later. Sometimes, new parents may not be comfortable doing this. From my perspective, the earlier we are aware of any concern, the greater the chance we have to influence the outcome. It is in your son’s best interest that you do this. Hopefully, you had the opportunity to meet with your son’s Pastoral Care Mentor on Wednesday night to discuss his progress. I encourage you to keep in contact with your son’s House Dean or Pastoral Care Mentor if there is anything that you need us to know throughout the year. 

I have received some positive feedback from members of the public concerning our students' conduct on public transport which has been pleasing. However, this has been outweighed by complaints about students not offering their seat to members of the public on crowded trains and buses. I expect Terrace Gentlemen to be the first to offer their seat to another passenger and ask that you please raise this with your sons if they catch public transport to and from school. 

All students in Years 5-12 are required to have a Terrace bag. This is important as the care of the Book Hire books is important to all members of our community. If your son does not have a Terrace bag, please purchase one from the Terrace Shop. The Terrace Sports bag or Tour bags are not to be used as a school bag as they do not have the necessary reinforcement to protect the College’s text books. The sports bag may be used as the second bag to carry sports gear. Your cooperation with this matter is appreciated.  

Dean of Identity | Mr Charles Brauer

“Our Generation”

“We give thanks to those who have gone before us. Those who have endured suffering in order for us to be more aware of the opportunities of our generation.” These were the words of proud Aboriginal man Marlon Riley, who addressed the young people of Brisbane Catholic schools gathered at St Rita’s College in recognition of the anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation. Attending the gathering were ten of our Aboriginal Terracians, alongside a non-Indigenous mate, who listened to and reflected on the stories of the Elders who have been directly affected by the forced removal of family members from their homes and land. 

Keogh Lewis of Year 11 was one of our Aboriginal Terracians at yesterday’s gathering. He would like to share the following message with you:

The National Apology to the Stolen Generation is a defining moment in Australia’s history. On 13 February 2008, Prime Minster Kevin Rudd delivered an apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of Australia. Our Aboriginal Terracians, alongside a non-Indigenous mate, travelled to St Rita’s to join with other schools to commemorate the apology to the Stolen Generations and all they had to endure for the benefit of today’s Aboriginal population. 
At the gathering at St Rita’s College we took part in activities and listened to the stories of Aboriginal Elders who experienced first-hand what it was like to be forcefully taken from their families. The Stolen Generation had such a significant and long-lasting effect on Indigenous people to the extent that families today are being reunited with relatives separated decades ago. To listen and learn about the hardships the people of the Stolen Generations had to endure, raised a great deal of awareness and compassion for those who were taken and put in institutions. 
Kevin Rudd’s speech to parliament in 2008 brought about much relief for those affected by the forced removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Our sincere thanks to the Elders who have remained strong despite suffering the misguided policies of our past governments. Without their courage and hope for a better future, many young Indigenous Australians would not receive the equal rights and successive opportunities available to our generation. 

The Good News of Terrace: Year 7 Shalom Retreat – ‘Welcoming others’

Acting Dean of Waterford | Mr Luke Gribble

Thank you to the many parents who attended the Year 10 Information Night last Thursday. I hope you gained a good insight into the aims of Waterford Pace and how the year has started for your son. There was also an opportunity to hear from your son’s Mentor about the ‘Atmosphere of Care’ provided here at Waterford Place. I would particularly like to thank the Waterford teaching staff for their input, members of the TLG who assisted with the social function and Mrs Julie Ferris for logistics on the night.

Further connection with your son’s Mentor will have been made at yesterday’s Parent-Mentor meetings. This partnership with parents in guiding and supporting your sons is crucial. If there are any concerns about your son’s start at Waterford Place or information that could assist staff, please be in contact early.

The numbers at before-school tutoring have been steadily increasing and the tone in the classrooms has been very positive over the first three weeks. By now the boys should be well settled into the Waterford Place routine.

Student Services at Waterford is open from 7.30am to 4pm. Just a reminder that the phone number at Waterford Place is 3214 5400. Email Mrs Julie Ferris and Mrs Mary-Jude Hannagan will be able to assist you with your enquiries. 

Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking

New Staff Profile – Mrs Dana Schottlaender, Senior A Coach

Mrs Dana Schottlaender was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but has lived in the United States, United Kingdom and has called Australia home for the last six and a half years. Her debating career started as a debater in Year 7 and, since then, has taken her around the world as a debater, coach and adjudicator. Chosen to be a member of the Argentine National Team for the World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC) in Years 11 and 12, Dana then went on to represent Argentina as an adjudicator and the coach for the national team between the years 2007-2012, participating in a total of nine WSDC events. Among the people she met along the way was Gregory Terrace alumni and debating legend, Mr Simon Quinn, who recommended her for the Senior A coaching position at Gregory Terrace. Dana first joined the Terrace family as the Senior A Coach in 2013 and after winning the QDU premiership in 2015, she took some time off from her Senior A coaching to look after her newborn baby.

Outside of her debating career, Dana has a High Honours Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History from Tufts University in Massachusetts, a Masters in History from Universidad DiTella in Buenos Aires, and a Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Queensland. Dana is as passionate about debating as she is about teaching and working with young students, and she is very happy to be back at Gregory Terrace.

Diploma of Music

Congratulations to Old Boy Charlie Newman, GT 2018, who has received a Distinction for his Associate Diploma of Music (Drumkit Recital).  This is a fantastic achievement and will certainly hold him in great stead as he starts his studies at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music.

GPS Debating Round 1 Results

Our GPS Debaters had mixed results at last week’s debates against Brisbane State High School.  As is customary, the Years 5 and 6 students do not debate in Round 1.  

GPS Debating Round 2

We will transport the boys by bus to Nudgee College on Friday, however parents are reminded that there will not be a return bus.

Information for this debate is on the Terrace App including a map for those parents who have not been to Nudgee.

State Debating Team Trials

Years 10-12 students are invited to trial for the Queensland State Debating Team. Round One of trials will be held on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February.

Register your interest by Wednesday 13 February at

Please email with any questions

Middle School Musical – Madagascar Jr

We have had some encouraging rehearsals for our Middle School Musical over the past two weeks.  Terrace is a very busy school and there is not a day that is empty on our calendar and if it is, it isn’t for long!  Because of this, our Cultural and Sport co-curricular programs work in tandem, ensuring that our boys do not feel overwhelmed, overcommitted or pressured to continue with only one activity when they would like to try another.

As a general rule, if a sporting activity and a cultural activity have two training sessions/rehearsals per week, students are permitted to attend both activities without penalty.  They must of course advise their coach/director as soon as they realise there is a clash.   

In the case of new Years 5 and 7 students, it can be quite daunting and at the start of the year, a little overwhelming to speak to their coach/director.  As parents, you are more than welcome to email on behalf of your son. 

2019 Music Tours

Thank you to all the parents who have signed their son up for a tour this year. We are now in the process of ascertaining who and what we have to ensure final costs and itinerary. Confirmation of the above will be communicated shortly.

Support Group Meetings

Debating Support Group – Tuesday 5 March, 5.30pm in the Old Boys’ Room

Terrace Performing Arts – Tuesday 5 March, 5.30pm in the Callan Centre

Staying in touch   

To keep in touch with all things Cultural, we would suggest you download the Terrace App and follow us on Twitter (@GTCulture) and Instagram (terrace_gtculture) to ensure you don’t miss anything.   If you have any photographs or video that you would like to share, please tag us. 

Acting Director of Music | Mr Jan Hewerdine

Congratulations to the Terrace Jazz Combo, under the direction of Mr Brad Esbensen, for their performance at the Scholars’ Assembly on Tuesday. Congratulations to Yang Zhang and Eden Chan for their mature soloing.

All ensembles are now underway. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Music Department

Year 5 Classroom Music students have now commenced the theory component of this subject. This is done online through software and is self-paced, with targets set for each term. Please encourage your sons to practice every day. It is from this that miracles occur.

GPS Music Showcase

The 2019 GPS Music Showcase is being held this coming Monday 18 February at QPAC 7-8.30pm.  This event begins with a day of music making, culminating in performances by students from all nine GPS schools in Choir, Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band. We invite you to join us for what promises to be a truly unforgettable evening of exceptional music. This ticketed event is free.
All tickets can be collected via QPAC Box Office from 5.30pm on the day of performance. If you are a person with a disability and require a person with disability seat, please contact the Box Office when you collect your tickets.
Location:  Concert Hall Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Grey St and Melbourne St, South Brisbane, Qld 4101

State Honours Program

The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University is pleased to present the inaugural State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) Middle School - South-East Queensland from Friday 31 May to Sunday 2 June, to be held at Queensland Conservatorium's South Bank campus in Brisbane. SHEP provides an opportunity for middle school (Years 5 - 8) wind, brass, percussion, string and voice students to work in an intensive environment of musical excellence with their peers from South-East Queensland, under the leadership of a team of eminent conductors from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Nominations will be made by students’ instrumental teachers. 

Talkin’ Jazz

For students who are looking for avenues to learn about jazz, I would like to point you towards the Talkin’ Jazz program for high school students. For more information please visit  or email

Terrace App

A reminder that the Terrace App is being used to store and disseminate information such as the Music and Speech and Drama handbook, the weekly rehearsal schedule, and Event Memos for performances. There will still be some information found on the College website, but it will be of a more general nature. 

Parent Lounge

Performance and workshop notifications are sent out as a Tour emailed via the Parent Lounge and this will be used to ascertain who will be attending performances and for roll marking. Could I ask that you respond promptly to these notifications as we use this information, among other things, to generate rolls and book us transport when applicable. Please keep in mind that it is expected that all members of an ensemble participate in all performances, but we understand that, from time to time, there may be circumstances that prevent attendance. If you are declining a tour, could you also please inform the ensemble director and cc

Finally, as these notices only go out to parents, could you please discuss the event with your son to ensure he has the details entered in his calendar. You and he will be able to view the Event Memo via the Terrace App. Links to the Parent Lounge will be mentioned in this Terrace News article as they become available. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Music Department

A full list of each term's events is included at the end of this article and will be updated as required. This list will contain a basic outline of each event with more detailed information being sent directly to those involved via the Parent Lounge.

Term 1 Events

  • Strings Workshop - Sunday 17 February
  • GPS Music Showcase - Monday 18 February
  • Chamber Music Concert - Wednesday 27 February
  • ANZAC Day Rehearsals - Tuesday and Wednesday 15/16 April (during holidays)

The Weekly Wrap

Cricket Wrap

In Round 2 of GPS Cricket, Terrace and Brisbane Boys College (BBC) squared off in the majority of fixtures with supplementary matches against Brisbane Grammar School (BGS) and Anglican Church Grammar School (ACGS) also played. 

It was a tightly fought round of Cricket, emphasised by two tied matches (9A and 8B) and a thrilling 1st XI fixture in which BBC claimed victory in the final over of the match with a meagre one run deficit. Furthermore, the ‘A’ matches were split evenly between the schools in some high-quality matches of schoolboy cricket. 

Terrace were able to claim the day against BBC, winning 19 out of 30 matches, including eight of the 14 A/B fixtures, which is a great result.  Overall, it was a successful day on the field for Terrace, winning 61% of all matches played and most importantly competing until the final ball in all matches. 

Congratulations to the Year 7 age group who completed a Terrace 'clean sweep', winning all of their seven matches (5 v BBC, 2 v BGS) on the weekend. This is a great achievement for any age group and highlights the team-first approach that this group of students are engaging in, both at training and on game day. 

It was once again great to see all 44 Terrace teams representing their College and the program looks forward to another great fixture this weekend in Round 3 of GPS Cricket versus traditional rivals Nudgee College. 

Volleyball Wrap

Terrace Volleyball began the season with a near perfect record against Toowoomba Grammar School, winning 18 matches out of 20. In their first game of Volleyball for Terrace, the 7As won convincingly, 2 sets to nil.  Xavier Ryan was named MVP for his strong serving and outstanding passing. Isaac McAuliffe’s strong attacking at the net helped the 8As begin their season with a 2-0 win. The 9As started the game strongly, but ran into some trouble during the second set, forcing a deciding third set. Hudson Seefeld’s attitude and consistent serving pulled the team out of trouble to win 2-1. Joa McMahon was dominant for the 10As in their 2-0 win. The 11As had a slow start but managed to pull through to win the third set, and Will Caufield was a strong attacking option throughout the game. The 2nd VI won 2-0 and Hamish Freer demonstrated excellent passing to allow the setters to distribute the ball. The 1st VI showed they will be a dominant team this season and opened their GPS campaign with a crushing 3-0 win over TGS. Cooper Little gave an incredible display of attacking presence at the net. Round 2 will see Terrace Volleyball match up against a typically strong BBC program, and we look forward to some hotly contested games at BBC on Saturday.

Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, James Hurst

A lot has happened at our College over the last week. We have had the first GPS round for Debating and Volleyball, the second GPS round for Cricket and Rowing and a Gorilla Gathering, to name just a few. However, I would like to take the time to talk about one of the key milestones for the Senior Class; the Induction Mass. 

Over previous years, I have sat through this ceremony with a mild lack of appreciation of its significance. However, for obvious reasons, this year was different. With the Senior Class of 2019 beside me, a few key moments of the day stood out. One of them was Oliver’s first official speech to the School for 2019. In it, he elaborated on our theme for this year; All In. I was struck by the reality of sitting at the university with close to 2000 people all for one Senior Class. It was an All In moment. The Terrace Family has always supported the students of Terrace. The Terrace Family has been All In for many years. I am sure I have never appreciated all the work everyone does, so, to everyone in the Terrace Family, I would like to say thank you for supporting all the current and past students of Terrace. 

The second moment that stood out was the lunch after the Mass. It was heart warming to see the class of 2019 and their parents chatting and celebrating the start of the final leg of our journey. However, more significantly, all the boys started to take photos to celebrate the event. What struck me was the inclusivity of it all. No boy was excluded on the day; anyone nearby was pulled into whatever photo was being taken. I am sure this is representative of the spirit of this Senior class. While we may have disagreements, every member of this cohort would walk across hot coals for each other. I am excited for the year ahead with this cohort and would like to wish them good luck and a good year.

All in!

Terrace Ladies Group

Senior Induction Mass

The 2019 Opening Mass and Year 12 Induction was held last Friday, with 193 Terrace Gentlemen proudly receiving their Senior badges, watched on by equally proud parents and family. Around 650 guests gathered for the celebration. A huge thank you to the Year 11 families who donated delicious food and money for extra catering and their valuable time to make this special occasion a very memorable one. It was a great example of Terrace Family generosity and hospitality.

Care and Concern

The Care and Concern role is fundamental to the TLGs philosophy of building a strong community and providing support to those who need help from time to time. Usually Care and Concern takes the form of family meals, which are frozen for ease of transport.  Currently, if a need should arise, an email is sent to the full school community seeking the desired help, but we also have a small group of people who can be called on in an emergency scenario.  This might take the form of providing support before a formal roster is established, or to fill gaps in rosters.  If you feel you could contribute in this way, please email Chris Giust  An email will be sent out this week to people currently on the list to check ongoing availability.

If you are aware of a family who may need Care and Concern support, please contact me: or P: 0408 985 139. All assistance is confidential and only with the consent of the receiving family. 

Upcoming Events 

  • 8 March - TLG Welcome Mass, College Chapel 7.30am
  • 25 March - TLG Meeting, Founders' Room 7.30am
  • 3 May- TLG Years 5 to 9 Mothers' Morning Tea, Victoria Park Golf Course

The Terrace Family

We pray for the families of the following members of our Terrace Family who have gone to their eternal rest:

Mr Cecil Francis HARGRAVES, GT 1950-52

May they be consoled by their many memories of those they have loved and lost.

Terrace Shop

Read more for limited stock details and important reminders | Trading Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 7.30am-12, 12.30-3.30pm

  • Limited stock of senior red blazers are now available for sale. Please accompany your son to try these on as there is no exchange or refund on blazers.
  • Football socks have arrived.
  • A limited number of the GPS100 caps are available for sale - grab these collector's items fast before we sell out.

A reminder: We will gladly exchange an item (as new, with tags and receipt) within four weeks of purchase. We do not refund for change of mind and only refund as per Australian Consumer Law. The Terrace Shop no longer holds personal credit card details on file, but parents can use the uniform order form found on the website.

Terrace Shop Uniform Purchase Form | Download HereTerrace Shop Webpage | View Here


Find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details here...

Date and Time: Friday 1 March | 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Where: Wests Rugby Club, Sylvan Rd Toowong
Cost: Free event. Bar tab & nibbles included.
RSVP: Please RSVP for catering purposes by Friday 22 February using the link below
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | | 3214 5222

President's Drinks | RSVP Here

Date and Time: Saturday 9 March | 6.00pm
Where: Figs on Sylvan, 65 Sylvan Rd Toowong
Cost: $62pp (+ booking fees) | Includes 2 course dinner + soft drinks. Cash bar.
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by Friday 4 March
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Shannon Neill | | 0488 155 718

Swimming Dinner | Book Here

Date and Time: Friday 22 March | 11am
Where: St Lucia Golf Links
Cost: $600 per team | Includes 18 holes of golf, carts, lunch, drink vouchers, use of golf simulator, canapés during presentations
Registrations: Registrations close Friday 15 March
Sponsorship Opportunities: $2500 per hole - details via the link below
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Jarrod Turner - Donor Relations Manager || 0481 905 290

ERFA Gold Day | Registrations & Sponsor Details Here

Details: Thursday 28 March | 7.00am - 8.30am
Where: Queensland Cricketers' Club, Gabba Towers, 411 Vulture St East Brisbane
Cost: $57 (+ booking fees) | Includes sit down breakfast
RSVP: Please RSVP via College Events by Wednesday 21 March
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | | 3214 5422

Br Buckley B'fast | Book Here

The staff, students and parents of Terrace look forward to rolling out the Red and Black carpet for you on Open Day.  
No RSVP is required.
Date & Time: Monday 19 August | 3.30pm - 6.00pm
Where: St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace

Year Level Parent Social Functions

Find all your Term 1 year level functions here....

Year 12 Parent/Caregiver Morning Tea

Details: Friday 15 February | 7.45am  
Where: Victoria Park Bistro, 283 Herston Rd Herston
Cost: Please order at the bar. 
RSVP: No RSVP required. Hope you can make it!
For further details or enquiries, please contact       
Anne Learmonth | | 0409 655 436

Year 11 Parent/Caregiver Coffee Morning - NB Change of Venue

Date and Time: Friday 15 February | 8.00am 
Where: Please meet at Spoon Cafe, Jame St New Farm instead of Victoria Park Bistro, 283 Herston Rd Herston
Cost: Order at the bar
RSVP: Please RSVP to Mel using below email link
For further information or enquiries, please contact 
Mel McEvoy | | 0457 890 940

Year 7 Parent/Caregiver Welcome Function

Details: Friday 22 February | 7.00pm
Where: The Heritage Room, Story Bridge Hotel, 200 Main St Kangaroo Point
Cost: $26pp (+ booking fees) | Includes drink on arrival & food platters
RSVP: Please RSVP by midday Friday 15 February using the below link
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Anna Wright | | 0458 153 103

Year 7 Function | Book Here

Year 12 Parent/Caregiver Function

Details: Saturday 23 February | 5.00pm 
Where: Felons Brewing Co | Howard Smith Wharves 
Cost: $36pp (+ booking fees). Includes snacks. Cash bar 
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 19 February 
For further details or enquiries, please contact         
Anne Learmonth | | 0409 655 436

Year 12 Function | Book Here

Year 6 Parent/Caregiver Function

Details: Saturday 2 March | 7.00pm 
Where: The Alliance Hotel, 320 Boundary Street Spring Hill
Cost: $36pp (+ booking fees). Includes canapes & drink on arrival. Cash bar 
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 19 February 
For further details or enquiries, please contact         
Bec Gascoigne | | 0419 792 463

Year 6 Function | Book Here

Mahoney House Year 7 Movie Afternoon | Captain Marvel

Date and Time: Saturday 9 March | 1.30pm
Where: New Farm Cinema, 701 Brunswick St New Farm
Cost: $10.50 (+ booking fees) | Includes ticket to see Captain Marvel
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Friday 22 February
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Beth Toon | | 0409 273 412

Captain Marvel | Book Here

Year 11 Parent/Caregiver Function

Date and Time: Friday 22 March | 6.00pm
Where: Cloudland Cellar Room, 640 Ann St Fortitude Valley
Cost: $35pp (+ booking fees) | Includes canapes. Cash bar
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Monday 18 March
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Natalie Davis | | 0403 466 354

Year 11 Function | Book Here