Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll

Dear members of the Terrace Family,

Welcome to Week 8, and certainly the busy end of Term 1.  Tomorrow, as a College community, we celebrate St Joseph’s Day with a whole College Mass.  St Joseph was a man of strength and humility, a father, husband and a respectful man.  St Joseph is a role model for the current Gentlemen of Terrace.

At the Mass on Friday, we will officially launch the College’s new Strategic Plan – Towards 150.  As we begin our journey towards the College’s 150th year of providing a quality Catholic Education in the Edmund Rice tradition, it is appropriate that on the Feast Day of our Patron, we launch our plans for the next phase of the Terrace journey.

As the centrepiece for the new Strategic Plan, there have been five priorities identified.  They are:

  1. Our Faith
  2. Lifelong Learning through Excellence in Education
  3. An Atmosphere of Care
  4. Responsible Stewardship
  5. Community Relationships

Over the coming weeks, via the Terrace News, I will elaborate on each of these priority areas and share the goals we aim to achieve over the next five years.

Our College Assembly this week was a busy one, with several important issues being addressed.  This week we acknowledged both Close the Gap Day on Thursday and Bullying No Way week.  Both issues were spoken about at assembly, and Pastoral Care Mentors will share more information around our Bullying No Way week during Pastoral Care classes.  As part of the Close the Gap acknowledgement, the College Leaders have launched a book drive this week with Terrace families being asked to donate any second-hand books they may have at home.  At the end of the week, all donated books will be presented to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.  Please support this very worthwhile initiative – all donations can be left in the collection container outside the Sports Office.

Also at assembly, this week, Harrison Weinrauch and Joel Snell spoke about the Mission March 2021 – Buddy Recruitment Drive on behalf of the Fight4Balance Charity (F4B).  This is an Australian registered charity dedicated to improving the lived experience and wellbeing of adolescent youth with learning and perceptual disabilities and their families.  F4B delivers adaptive sport, functional health and community inclusion pathways centred on family prosperity and utilises dynamic peer-to-peer buddy systems.  The programs are designed in consultation with volunteer clinical health and training practitioners.  The core values of F4B are strength, integrity, evidence-based practice and community drive.

Many Terrace students and families are already involved in F4B, with the students acting as buddies.  Mission March 2021 is designed to recruit potential new buddies to the program.  For further information on Mission March 2021 and F4B, please follow the link  Additional information will appear via the College App over the coming days, and I encourage students to consider supporting F4B and the important work they do.

I extend my congratulations to all rowers on a successful season and Head of the River last weekend.  After six months of training and commitment, it is always good to reap the rewards of the hard work put in by the rowers, their families and coaches.  Congratulations to the 1st VIII on their third placing and the Year 10 3rd Quad, who won their Head of the River race.  Congratulations to all involved.

Finally, this week, with exams fast approaching for all students, I again remind parents about the importance of ensuring your sons are undertaking regular revision and study and that they approach their exams with good preparation, adequate rest and sleep and with the correct exam equipment.

Have a great week.

God Bless.

Deputy Principal | Mr Damien Fall

I know we say this frequently, but it is true to say that this has been a big week, with a large number of significant events taking place. None is more important than the feast day of St Joseph, our patron. We often refer to the College as Terrace, forgetting that our proper name is St Joseph’s College. We know little about Joseph other than that he is presented in the Bible as a quiet, humble figure with great personal values. This week, we have also celebrated St Patrick’s Day, an occasion of significance when one considers the Irish heritage from which our school grew. I have no doubt our Terrace families resonate with the stories of these saints – 38 of our students are named either Joseph or Patrick, and I am sure dozens more have one of these as their middle name. I have a brother named Joseph and a son named Patrick (as well as a sister named Mary). The names are a simple reflection of the importance of the Catholic story in our lives.

For many of our students, the College acts as the only experience of the Church and our challenge as educators is to make it relevant and visible in their lives. The Touchstones of Edmund Rice Education look to do precisely this. For example, this week, we have also focused on the call to Close the Gap of Indigenous literacy and enact the principles of Bullying, No Way Day. Student experiences such as these make it possible to walk the talk of service or be the one who does genuinely make a positive difference in the lives of others. Staff benefit from these initiatives and gain first-hand experience of what it means to live out our call to serve. It has been a great week, and we look forward to celebrating St Joseph’s Day with Mass on Friday.

This time of term produces some significant staff deadlines, with the marking and reporting process underway and gaining momentum over the next two weeks. We look forward to our students producing their best possible results, as there is no greater reward for an educator than to see those we teach achieving to capacity. In the coming weeks, parents and caregivers will receive details about the Parent/Teacher/Student Interview process, which commences next term. I trust all in the Terrace Family are hanging in there as we approach the business end of the term.

Dean of Identity | Mr Terry Thompson

St Joseph - an intercessor, support and a guide in times of trouble

Learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart (Mt 11:29)

Tomorrow, as a faith community, we celebrate the feast day of St Joseph. As previously communicated, Pope Francis has proclaimed this year as the Year of St Joseph. It has been 150 years since St Joseph was declared a Patron of the Universal Church.

I recently read an article in the Catholic Outlook (news from the Diocese of Parramatta) by Bishop Michael Dooley, initially questioning why Pope Francis would declare this year the Year of St Joseph, amid the recent pandemic. As I read on, Bishop Michael explained why.

In Pope Francis’ apostolic letter Patris Corde, he wrote that during the COVID-19 pandemic, he noticed the doctors, nurses, storekeepers and supermarket workers, the cleaners, caregivers and transport workers, who often go unnoticed, but sustain our life by their work and presence. This goes on in families and communities where people pray, make sacrifices and help others, all in an often-unrecognised way. This observation moved him to think about St Joseph and the way he expressed his fatherly love for Jesus (Dooley, 2021).
Like St Joseph, these essential workers during the pandemic went about their business “unnoticed, a daily, discreet and hidden presence – an intercessor, a support and a guide in times of trouble” (Patris Corde, 2021).

Last year, we were unable to continue with our Eddie’s Van until a group of Old Boys offered to take the place of the students volunteering with the van. These Terracians went about this work without accolade or fanfare and ensured that our friends on the street could continue to receive this vital service. It is wonderful to see St Joseph's qualities being displayed by the Terrace Family in our community.

Saint Joseph, humble worker, you took Mary home as your wife where she gave birth to a son, and you named him Jesus.
We pray that we may have the wisdom to be still and to listen for God who is calling us.
Saint Joseph, a strong and gentle man, you protected your child and his mother, taking them to safety.
We pray that we may have the wisdom to get up as you did and do what is right and just.
Saint Joseph, you brought your child and his mother to the land of Israel to start a new life.
We pray that we may have the wisdom to know that we are never alone and that God is one who walks with us always.
Saint Joseph, you followed the path of humility, the path of strength and gentleness, the path of faith and courage, a path of love.
We pray that as the Terrace Family, we may follow your example in growing to be more Christ like in all that we say and do.
Saint Joseph, Patron Saint of our College, pray for us. Amen
Live Jesus in our Hearts…Forever.

Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy

Friday is the National Day of Action Against Bullying. Throughout this week, we recognise the significance of this day, and as a school, we focus on our challenge to students to build an atmosphere of care. We hope that all students do their part to bring alive the EREA Touchstone of an Inclusive Community. I am not sure that anyone is ever immune to the tendency to have some form of bullying characteristics at some point in their lives at some level. The real challenge is to self-assess and to have the moral courage to call it out within yourself. Over many years of working with teenage boys, I have found that they can be deeply impacted by and learn a great deal from their peers' stories. At the assembly, House Captains bravely recounted stories of their earlier years, when their actions and the actions of others led them to dislike school and feel unwanted. Many thanks to these young men for their selflessness. Our College Captains also shared their personal experiences, reflections and advice concerning bullying. They challenged every student to take a stand against bullying and to be part of the solution, not a part of the problem when others make poor decisions in the way they treat others. There was a strong theme of encouraging boys to seek help if they ever feel they cannot solve a relationship problem. 

While Friday is officially recognised as the day of action, every day is an opportunity to build an atmosphere of care.  My experience is that the most significant cause of student conflict or individuals feeling victimised is the practice known as 'banter'. Often, it involves an exchange of derogatory comments that get out of hand and becomes repetitive. There may not be an initial intention to cause harm. Still, the situation can quickly escalate into a significant imbalance of power, where one individual can feel overwhelmed, especially when others join in. The best solution, of course, is some very old-fashioned advice – if you don’t have something nice to say, do not say anything. In an ideal world, every young man entering the College is confident that every interaction he has will be positive and affirming. As a College community, we will continue to work towards this possibility.

On Wednesday evening, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Michael Carr-Gregg speak about building happy and resilient children. He has a common-sense, no-nonsense approach to parenting which feels accessible in the modern era where our children are far more vulnerable to wellbeing issues than ever before. I hope you had the opportunity to listen to Michael present. If not, SchoolTV (accessed through the site here) has a series of short videos with helpful hints that you may find interesting.

I would like to thank the large number of students who opted to support our premier teams over the weekend. It was a triple header with Debating on Friday night, Head of the River on Saturday morning and a top of the table clash in Volleyball on Saturday afternoon against BGS. This followed Friday’s Gorilla Gathering, where our Captains led a large proportion of the College in an atmosphere of fun and spirit. It was a pleasure to see the level of support over the weekend, with some boys attending all three as supporters. With our final fixtures during exam block, boys must manage their time well in the coming days. I wish all our students well for the exam period commencing next week.

Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer

Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), states that the one purpose of assessment is to establish and understand where learners are in an aspect of their learning at the time of the assessment.

As a school, we are at that point in the term where students are formally assessed to ascertain where they are tracking with their learning and to also report back to students and parents. Assignments are being finalised and exams, for the majority of the College, start next week.

The information collected from the exam period informs and shapes teaching and learning into the future. The data is used to track student performance, ascertain whether students are working to capacity and highlight individual, subject and cohort strengths and weaknesses.

One of the most powerful outcomes of this reporting period is the Parent/Student/Teacher interviews early in Term 2. This is an opportunity to discuss and generate strategies to assist your son’s learning. Your son's report will include information regarding these interviews.  

During this period of assessment, students will be under stress. I have reinforced that to feel nervous or anxious before an exam is normal, especially with the senior students. It is largely a physiological response and should be recognised that it is okay to have some anxiety. Dealing with this reaction is vital. Deep breathing, task focus and breaking tasks into smaller, more manageable parts are all strategies that have been explained to the boys.

Another important aspect in dealing with exam block is to normalise routines as much as possible, continue to exercise, ensure that your son is following a healthy diet and make sure he has enough sleep, especially the night before an exam.

Exams are an opportunity to demonstrate what you know and to be rewarded for the hard work that has occurred through the term.

I wish all the best to students in their exams.

Dean of Waterford | Mr Luke Gribble

In my previous Terrace News article, I discussed how our reliance on technology could, at times, lead to distraction, decreased productivity and impact heavily on sleep. As exams commence next week, our young men will need support and guidance to manage these key areas. Your son should have revision for exams firmly embedded in their home study routines. Often getting started is the hardest part. One simple task is working through the Checklist and identifying what they don’t know, and then making the most of the classes and tutoring options to clear up these grey areas. There is still plenty of time to be prepared.

On the last day of the term, we will welcome our partners from yLead to deliver an important component of our Formation program. One of the wonderful aspects of the Waterford journey is that our Year 10 men are provided with opportunities to lead, and many students have taken tentative steps in this direction. Our partnership with yLead enables us to work together to encourage and inspire our students to think laterally, set goals and be empowered to take responsibility for their actions. Through challenging, team-based activities, yLead’s Courage Program promotes positive group dynamics and encourages students to reflect on their strengths in a time and space that builds confidence. We understand that both resilience and a positive attitude require constant encouragement and practice and hope that this experience will be both formational and enjoyable for our students.

History has shown that the Immersion experience at Waterford is one of the most valued experiences at Terrace. Following the yLead program on the last day, our students will have the opportunity to hear from some of our external Immersion providers. These will include Arthur Alla (Red Earth Immersions - Cape York, Arnhem Land and Central Australia), Dean Holland (Photography Immersion) and Mr Toby Gowland (Meraki - Outdoor Education Immersion). Each presenter will share more detail on their Immersion experience that will allow the students to consider which Immersion will best suit them. After the Easter break, we will provide more information about the other Immersion options. Parents will have an opportunity to hear about the Immersions firsthand at the Immersion Information Evening on Tuesday of Week 2. Further details will be sent via email and be featured on the Terrace App. 

Finally, I would like to share a highlight from one of our Pastoral Care groups last week. To promote teamwork and build student problem solving skills, Ms Rasmussen engaged students in a challenge involving some basic household supplies. I congratulate our boys on working outside the box to present different solutions to the challenge. Included below are some of our boys working on the PC challenge. 

Have a great week. 

Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking


Congratulations to all of the boys who debated against Brisbane Grammar School last Friday. We won 11 out of 18 debates. Unfortunately, our Senior A went down to BGS. This sees Terrace continue in second place.

Congratulations to our 9.1 and 5.1 teams currently in first place and the 11.2, 10.3, 10.1, 9.2, 9.3, 7.2, 7.3, 6.1 and 6.2, who are all in second place.

As the GPS season wraps up, our QDU competition has just begun, and we are proud to say we have won 12 of 14 QDU debates so far.

AHS Musical

Performing in a musical presents our students with many opportunities to hone their performance skills.  Every alternate year, our Senior students are invited to perform at All Hallows’ School as members of the production.

This year, we are looking forward to attending the AHS production of Freak Friday, held in the Claver Theatre at All Hallows’ from 6-8 May.  Tickets go on sale on Monday 19 April.

For more information, please see the flyer below.

Terrace Jazz Night

We are proud to announce this years’ Terrace Jazz Night will be held at X-Cargo.  This is a fantastic outdoor venue in Fortitude Valley.  

Please note the change of calendared date from Friday to Thursday 25 March. For more information and to check out the menu options, please go to the Terrace App. Bookings here.

Holiday Workshops

With the Easter Holidays fast approaching, we would like to draw your attention to the upcoming Holiday Workshops.

Terrace Debating
  • Monday 19 April
    • Debating Seminar
    • All year levels
Terrace Music
  • Wednesday 14 April
    • Anzac Band Workshop
    • Red Thunder Drumline Workshop
  • Thursday 15 April
    • Anzac Band Workshop
    • Red Thunder Drumline Workshop
  • Friday 16 April
    • Anzac Band Workshop
    • Pep Band Workshop
Terrace Productions
  • Thursday 8 April
    • Show Run: 9am-3pm
    • All Cast
    • Venue: Billet St Drama Studio
  • Friday 9 April
    • Show Run: 9am-3pm
    • All Cast
    • Venue: Billet St Drama Studio
  • Monday 12 April
    • Sizzle and Photoshoot: 9am-4pm
    • Selected Cast
    • Venue: Billet St Drama Studio
  • Tuesday 13 April
    • Sizzle and Photoshoot: 9am-4pm
    • Selected Cast
    • Venue: Billet St Drama Studio 
  • Monday 19 April
    • Soundcheck and Mics: 9am-2pm
    • Leads
    • Venue: Edmund Rice Theatre, Waterford Place

Support Group meetings

Support Group meetings will be held online if necessary.                           

Staying in touch   

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

Director of Music | Mr Derek Rose

Terrace Jazz Night | A Night with Frank

The annual Terrace Jazz Night themed A Night with Frank will be held at XCargo on Thursday evening next week. Tickets will be available through Humantix, with adults priced at $15, grandparents $10 and siblings $5 (performing students will be free of charge). Doors will open at 6.20pm for students and families, with the Terrace Jazz Combo launching the evening’s entertainment. Historically, Terrace Jazz Night is an excellent opportunity to join as a community and celebrate the wonderful world of Jazz music. With food and drinks available for purchase at XCargo, what better way to enjoy dinner together as a family and listen to excellent Jazz Music performed by our very own Terrace Ensembles? With the Terrace Jazz Orchestra, Terrace Jazz Combo, Big Band 2, Big Band 3 and Big Band 4 all performing as part of the evening’s entertainment, Jazz Night promises to provide a unique opportunity for Jazz ensembles to showcase their talents. Included as part of the evening will be guest artist Brad Leaver backed by the Terrace All Star Big Band. So, jump online and purchase your tickets to Terrace Jazz Night 2021 here

Anzac Day march 2021

I am delighted to inform the community that the College has successfully received an invitation to participate in this year’s Anzac Day march. Students in the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Concert Band 2 and Red Thunder Drumline will form the College’s Marching Band for this year’s performance.

Year 5 and 6 Norman Clarke Music Program (Classroom Music)

All students in Years 5 and 6 completed their first performance assessment for 2021 this week. I was very encouraged by the visible growth in students' development and how they are mastering their instruments. A special congratulations to the Year 5 cohort, who have only been learning their instruments for seven weeks. The key to success with any musical instrument is to follow a regular practice routine consistently.

Save the date

Term 1 
  • Thursday 25 March - Terrace Jazz Night 
  • Thursday 15 April - Anzac Band and Red Thunder Drumline
  • Thursday 15 April - Drumline Workshop Afternoon
  • Friday 16 April - Anzac Band and Pep Band Workshop
  • Sunday 25 April - Anzac Band March and Red Thunder Drumline
Term 2
  • Sunday 25 April - Anzac March Band March and Red Thunder Drumline
  • Thursday 6 -Saturday 8 May - Middle School Musical Performances
  • Tuesday 25 May - TPA Meeting

The Weekly Wrap


This week, Terrace Volleyball hosted their final home round of the GPS season against a formidable Brisbane Grammar School program. The boys wanted to prove themselves on their home turf against one of the best programs, and they did. We won four of the five matches played in the Campbell Centre, which included victories to our still undefeated 2nd VI and 1st VI teams. 

We came away with 11 wins and 12 losses across the round, with quality gameplay displayed across all teams and year levels. I am impressed with the level of volleyball played, particularly by our A teams who dominated on the day. A special shout-out must go to the 8As and their coach George Moore for an excellent 2-1 win against a clinical BGS team, demonstrating their tireless and dedicated training. 

The Terrace Volleyball program would like to thank all the families, staff, coaches and players for their continued support and dedication. We look forward to the final round of our GPS season this weekend against Churchie.


Congratulations to Blake Russell (Year 9), who successfully qualified for the Australian Athletics Championships, which will occur in Sydney from 12-15 April 2021.

Blake came third in the Under 15 years men’s 100m, 200m and long jump with personal bests in all events at the Queensland Athletics Championships, which were held last weekend.

His results are as follows:

  • 100 metres - third place - 11.55 seconds PB
  • 200 metres – third place - 23.88 seconds PB
  • Long jump – third place - 5.75 metres PB

Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Oliver Casey-Ryan

As I write my second edition of Captain’s Corner on a reasonably pleasant Sunday afternoon, it is fair to say that I am a physical wreck. I have quite literally no voice, my legs are tired, and the left side of my back is in agony for no apparent reason. And to be honest, given a choice, I wouldn’t have spent this weekend any differently. Let’s go back in time to last Friday. 

That union membership should be compulsory for all members of the workforce was the topic of Friday night’s debate against Brisbane Grammar School in the Terradome. After a couple of war-cries (which seemed to step away from the ambience associated with debates), 80 Year 12 students entered the Campbell Centre to watch the battle for the King of the Hill. If my memory serves me correctly, I only understood every fifth word said by both teams.  I enjoyed watching both teams passionately argue with each other. My best-friend Will Greentree and I found the many calls for ‘point of information’ very amusing. Unfortunately, we went down, and although everyone was somewhat disappointed, the weekend was only just starting. I got home at around 10pm and fell asleep before my head hit the pillow.

At 5.30am the next morning, I was awoken by the sound of my alarm ringing. It was time for the Head of the River. I got to school, filled the spectator bus with various items synonymous with Terrace spirit, and made the trek out to Wyaralong Dam. The sun was beating down, my shirt was sticking to my skin, but the atmosphere created was electrifying. The Terrace 1st VIII eight came third, and the Terrace program ended up coming fourth overall on the day. It was a fantastic effort, from not only the Firsts but the entire program. Those six months of training and hard yakka were most certainly not in vain.  Rowers; if you read this, you did your College extremely proud. Anyway, by this stage, my voice was already starting to diminish. I didn’t smell very good and had torn my shirt sleeve. Just 10 minutes later and I was on the bus, en-route to the Campbell Centre to watch the 1st VI battle it out against Brisbane Grammar for the premiership. But only after a power nap on the bus ride there.  

I was awoken by the sharp yet familiar turn from Roger’s street onto Gregory Terrace, where the bus parked. It was game time. We quickly unloaded the bus and sprinted into the Campbell Centre to get decent seats. I immediately took charge of the cheering, and war-cry after war-cry, our 1st VI seemed closer and closer to a premiership victory at the Terradome. When Riley Tillotson aced the game-deciding serve and won Terrace their premiership, it felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. It felt like all the highs and lows of that weekend had been summarised in that one moment.

So, there I sat on the way home after the weekend’s proceedings, sweaty, exhausted, essentially an emotional and physical wreck, and yet, I was such a happy Terracian. How was this the case? Well, I will tell you.

Find something worth dying for, and live for it!

That is how. When you are genuinely passionate about something, you don’t mind doing the hard yakka every once and a while because it is actually in those moments of pure exhaustion and fatigue that you realise that it is so worth it. At least that’s what I learnt from my weekend, sitting in the car on the way home with my mother complaining that I smelt like the dog.

Answer the Call always to put your energy and time into things and learn to appreciate the tough times.  


Mothers’ High Tea

The Mothers’ High Tea for Years 5 to 9 will be held on Friday 30 April in the Marquee at Victoria Park. The tickets are now on sale for $55. Included in the price of your ticket are bubbles on arrival, compliments of our hosts at Victoria Park, a traditional high tea, plus free entry into the pool of wonderful prizes.  There is no need to organise a table, just buy your ticket and nominate the year level you would like to sit with.

We would like to thank our generous prize donors:

  • Malouf family, Calille Hotel
  • Mrs B Jewellery
  • Gambaro
  • Watt Style
  • Rosalie Deli
  • Oatley Wines/Piper champagne
  • Cosmetics Fragrance Direct

Terralicious ’21

We are excited to announce that Terralicious ’21 will be supporting the This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS) Foundation. This Foundation was started by two young men who could see a significant lack of understanding of mental health, particularly amongst young men. Their goal is to change the mental health services landscape making it accessible and affordable to all, and in doing so, reduce the number of suicides in Australia.  We’ll provide more information about TIACS in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, you can check out their website for more information


The Terralicious Team are organising a fabulous raffle and other fun prizes on the day.  We encourage you to get involved.  You can do this by helping on the day, donating a raffle prize, voucher, or becoming a sponsor.  If you can help, please contact the TLG at

Needed hair/ makeup stylist

Thanks to those who have been in touch to help out with hair/makeup styling for the fashion parade.  We are still looking for assistance on this front, so if you (or someone you know) fit the bill, we would love for you to come and join the back of house fun for Terralicious ’21.  Please email us if you are interested:


  • 30 April - TLG Years 5 to 9 Mothers' Morning Tea, Victoria Park Golf Course.
  • 10 May – TLGMeeting 7.30am
  • 10 May - Open Day
  • 11 June – Terralicious ’21 Fashion Parade.


Please find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details here...

Details: Thursday 25 March | From 6.15pm
Venue: X Cargo Social Club, 37 McLachlan St, Fortitude Valley
Cost: Adults $15, Grandparents $10, Siblings $5 (+ booking fees)
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link
For further information or event enquiries, please contact
Terrace Culture | 

Jazz Night | Book Here

90% of tickets are now sold - get in quick if you are still thinking of booking!

Details: Friday 30 April | 10am - 3pm
Venue: The Marquee, Victoria Park Golf Complex, Herson Rd, Herson
Cost: $55 (+ bf) | Includes champagne on arrival, traditional high tea & lucky door prizes
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 20 April or before tickets sell out!
For further information or event enquiries, please contact
Tammy Butterfield |

Mothers' High Tea | Book Here

Details: Thursday 25 March | 6 - 8pm
Venue: Newstead Brewery Co, Castlemaine St Milton
Cost: $30pp (+ bf) | Includes drinks on arrival & finger food
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 22 March
For further information, please contact
Chris Shaw |

Football Support Group Launch | Book Here

Details: Saturday 27 March | 3 - 5pm
Venue: Terrace Courtyard, Rogers St Spring Hill
Cost: No cost event. Cash food and beverage bar.
RSVP: For planning purposes, please RSVP via the below link by 24 March. Free drink for all those who RSVP
For further information, please contact
Anne McMahon |

Volleyball Celebration | RSVP Here

An invitation to all Years 5 - 12 Terrace Football students. Sign on via Parent Lounge

Details: Thursday 8 & Friday 9 April | Years 5 - 8 | 9 - 11.30am
Thursday 8 & Friday 9 April | Years 9 - 12 | 12.30 - 3pm
Cost: $50 per player for both training days | Includes specialised coaching. Prizes to be won!
Venue: Tennyson Playing Fields

Year Level Parent Social Functions

Find all your upcoming Parent/Caregiver year level event details here...

Year 12 Mother/Caregiver & Son Breakfast

Details: Friday 14 May | 6.30 - 9.00am
Venue: Victoria Park Marquee, Herston Rd, Herston
Cost: $29pp (+bf) | Includes continental breakfast and drinks
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 31 March
For further information, please contact
Julia Joseph |

Year 12 Breakfast | Book Here

Community Information

Canteen Coordinator

Terrace is looking for a Canteen Coordinator to work at Tennyson in a casual capacity effective 17 April 2021 for the Football and Rugby season. 

Working with the TLG and the Tennyson Grounds Supervisor to facilitate and oversee the organisation of the Canteen facility during home games on Saturdays and at other Terrace events.

Please express interest via our College website under Employment at Terrace - Here.