Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll
Dear members of the Terrace Family,
Welcome back to Term 2. I hope that the Easter break was an enjoyable and restful time for you and your family.
Over the Easter break many students, staff and parents were involved in a range of co-curricular activities including Football camps and clinics, Tennis clinics and a range of trials. There were also a number of people involved with the Eddie’s Van during the break. To all involved, thank you for your ongoing support.
This weekend sees the start of the GPS Gymnastics, Tennis and Football seasons. There are almost 1000 students involved in these three activities, which is fantastic. On Tuesday, the College held the Football and Tennis Spirit Assemblies. It is my pleasure to announce the Captains of Football and Tennis:
- Tennis Captain | Xavier Lim
- Tennis Vice Captains | Charlie Van Balen and Bryce Robinson
- Football Captain | Ethan Wildermuth
- Football Vice Captain | Josah Hitchcock
Congratulations to these young men and good luck to all players this weekend. As we begin a new season, I remind all players of the need to play hard but always display the highest level of sportsmanship. I offer the same advice to all of our spectators.
This week also marks ANZAC Day where, as a Nation, we pay tribute to those men and women who have defended our freedom for over one hundred years. The College held its ANZAC Day Liturgy on Wednesday. Well done to all involved.
As the term begins, I take this opportunity to firstly welcome back Mr Chris Ryan who was on leave for part of Term 1 and thank Mr Damien Fall for assuming the role of Acting Deputy Principal during that period. I also welcome Mrs Louise Smith to Terrace. Louise is the newly appointed Human Resources Manager and she commenced her role on Tuesday.
Over the holidays, the Term 1 reports were sent home as was information regarding the upcoming Parent/Teacher/Student interviews. The Parent/Teacher/Student interviews are an excellent opportunity to follow up on your son’s Term 1 results, evaluate performance and importantly, set goals for Term 2. It will be important that all students get started from Day 1 and get back into the routine of the school term.
As we prepare to enter the month of May, the month of Mary, I also make reference to May being the month of Brain Cancer Awareness. I include a link to the Jimmy’s 22 Million Steps Campaign - Here and encourage those interested in our community to consider joining up to raise funds for this very worthwhile cause.
Finally, I encourage all families to read the communication I sent home earlier this week regarding the purchase of 184 St Paul’s Terrace. This is an exciting acquisition for Terrace and will benefit both the current students and future generations of Terrace students.
Have a great Term 2.
Dr Michael Carroll
Deputy Principal | Mr Chris Ryan
Welcome to Term 2 and I trust that the extended community enjoyed a happy and Holy Easter. I am pleased to be back at work and back with my family here in Brisbane after a couple of months of supporting my father and brother in Toowoomba. Pleasingly, both are doing well. I greatly appreciate the support of Dr Carroll and the Terrace staff and I particularly acknowledge all who assisted in taking on extra responsibilities in my absence. In a special way, I thank Mr Damien Fall as it was very reassuring to leave my work with someone of his caliber to take on my role.
A warm welcome back to Mr Barry Bobart who is doing a little music tutoring each week with us starting this term. Mr Bobart is a long-serving staff member who had a stroke in early 2014 and has been working hard on his recovery. We welcome Mr Bobart, who is also a former Terrace dad, back to some work as a part of his transition plan.
A warm welcome to Ms Louise Smith who commences this week in the inaugural role of Human Resources Manager and to Mr Tony McGahan who commenced as Director of Sport over the break. We look forward to the contributions their experience will bring to our community.
Welcome to Ms Niamh McConnell who joins the teaching faculty for the term and welcome back to Mrs Kaylene Campbell and to Ms Chanel Austin who also join us for the term while Mr Anthony Hayward and Mr Michael Browning from the Maroon team are on leave. Welcome back to Mr Peter Murdoch who joins us while Mr Glenn Cameron is on paternity leave and thank you to Mrs Nicolette Cleary who will lead Barrett House during this fortnight. Welcome back to Mr Ken Hainstock who returns from long service leave this term. Welcome to Ms Claudia de Luca who joins the Art Department as a part-time aide and to Mr Saif Al Alaf who joins the property team until mid-May while Mr Glenn Brown is on some leave.
Best wishes to Ms Jane Williams who commenced as Acting Windsor House Dean for the term this week.
I enjoyed a visit with Mr Mark Shori last week at the Wesley Hospital. Mark is doing very well but it is important to accept that small steps are big steps in his journey. He has a significant operation coming up that will hopefully greatly help him in his continued recovery. He is in very good spirits and can now communicate very well. He sends all his best wishes.
This week we have farewelled Mrs Heather Cavernelis from the Finance Department and Mrs Jen Todd who is my Assistant. We thank both women for their excellent contributions to the College and wish them well in their new roles.
We pray for Old Boy and former College Principal, Br Barry Buckley GT 1952, and his family as they gather to celebrate the life of his much loved sister, Joan and continue to keep in our prayers Kathy Wilson and her family on the passing of Kathy’s much loved mum, Joyce. May they Rest in Peace and may Perpetual Light shine upon them.
Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer
Welcome back to Term 2. I hope that you had a restful and refreshing break from the busyness here at the College. Holidays are an important time for all students to rest, reflect and reconnect with family and friends.
The time we take for reflection on the holidays is an important aspect of the break. This reflection allows us to re-examine our achievements from the previous term and ask important questions about the next step forward. Over the next two weeks, we will formalise this process through Parent/Teacher/Student interviews. These interviews are an important time to discuss what has occurred, but more importantly what strategies can be put in place to improve.
It is also important that students are part of these conversations; ultimately it is the student who must implement the changes and do the work. However, more importantly, by being included in the conversation the very important student/teacher relationship develops further in a positive manner. Interviews can be booked through Parent Lounge.
During this first week I have been meeting with all year levels and reinforcing the message of being prepared. This is a short term with many disruptions due to public holidays, school events and NAPLAN. Therefore, it is vitally important that students are commencing their preparation, planning and revision ASAP. Furthermore, students should be completing the following:
- Prepare their study timetable
- Plan how to use their study time effectively
- Plan how they will work toward their assignment due dates
- Set their academic goals for the term
- Prepare to work hard
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:
- Assessment calendars have been distributed to students to assist with their planning.
- Staff tutoring is offered to students by our generous staff. The staff tutoring list can be found on the College App.
- Study Group is available to year 11 and 12 students only every afternoon in room 5.15 from 3.15 – 5.30pm.
Acting Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy
Welcome back to the start of Term 2. I trust that families had an opportunity for rest and relaxation over the Easter break. Over the first two weeks, the College Leadership Team is holding assemblies with all of the year levels, reinforcing the need to reflect on the processes they employed in Term 1.
While we often default to analysing academic outcomes and routines at this time, it is also very important for young men to reflect on their social and emotional approaches and outcomes from Term 1. This includes reflecting on the dynamics within their own families and close friendship groups. Crucially though, young men also need to be prompted to reflect on how they are treating others within their extended community, be it their classes, sporting teams, musical ensembles, PC groups or play areas at break time. At each of the year level assemblies, I have asked the boys to bring to mind the name of a person with whom they believe they may have made mistakes in their interactions during Term 1 and to make a commitment to themselves to demonstrate learning from this mistake through their actions in Term 2. It would be great if you could pick up on this conversation at home over the next week to reinforce the need to reflect both on academic outcomes as well as the social/emotional outcomes of your sons.
This Friday, Mr Paul Dillon from DARTA will speak to students from Years 10, 11 and 12 about the important topic of drugs and alcohol, concerning their usage by young men. Paul’s sequential, year level presentations are backed by recent research and statistics and they give our young men sound advice about decisions they may need to make at some stage. A link to Paul’s website can be found here. Paul Dillon is known nationally as the premier source of wisdom about this topic and we view his presentations as an important part of our Formation Program.
Inter-House Cross Country – all students will be required to wear the HPE uniform to school on Monday next week. Senior students will be permitted to wear their Senior House shirt for the day. The vast majority of students will have normal classes for four of the six timetabled classes for the day.
Uniform – Blazers will be compulsory from Week 3. We will also be having a blitz on socks that are old and have lost the ability to remain up during the day. If you could retire any socks that are unsuitable for use that would be appreciated.
Valley Train Station – Thank you for your support in reinforcing the route required in walking to the station. The boys have been excellent in adopting this route and as a result, are not making poor choices with regard to road safety.
Parent/Teacher/Student interviews – a reminder that school will finish at 12.50pm on Wednesday in Week 2 and Week 3 to accommodate these interviews.
Finally, over Easter I listened to a podcast on ABC radio called “How the iPhone rewrote the teenage brain”. It is an interesting conversation on such an important issue. If you find the time I encourage you to have a listen here.
Best wishes for the term ahead.
Dean of Identity | Mr Charles Brauer
Lest we forget
On Wednesday, we gathered as a Terrace Family to commemorate ANZAC Day. As always, this is a significant occasion for our nation, New Zealand and our Terrace Family. Major General Stephen Day and Petty Officer Matthew Jarvis joined our liturgy as we honoured the sacrifices of those who have gone before us.
ANZAC Day goes beyond the anniversary of the landing on Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day on which we remember all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in war and on operational service. The spirit of ANZAC continues to shape our national identities. The spirit of ANZAC is courage, mateship and sacrifice. The courageous actions of Australian and New Zealand forces during the Gallipoli campaign has left a powerful legacy. The “ANZAC legend” has become an important part of the identity of both Australia, New Zealand and Turkey.
Of particular significance this year for ANZAC Day commemorations around the country, is the recognition of the role women have played in our armed forces. For more than one hundred years, women have served in Australia’s armed forces. During the First World War, women served with the Australian Army Nursing Service in the Mediterranean, France, Belgium, England and India, as well as on hospital ships. By the end of the war, more than twenty Australian Army Nursing Service nurses had died and seven had been awarded the Military Medal for courage under fire.
More than 4000 women served with the Australian Army Nursing Service during the Second World War, being deployed to an even wider variety of locales than their predecessors, reflecting the global nature of the war and the extent of Australia’s involvement in the war. After the Second World War, Australian military nurses served in Japan, Korea and Vietnam. Over recent decades, the ranks of female military personnel have swelled, and women are now to be found in most branches of the Australian Defence Force.
We sincerely thank Major General Stephen Day and Petty Officer Matthew Jarvis for their presence with us on Wednesday. General Day’s message of the power of people working together in pursuit of a common goal, outcome or communal aspiration hinges on the dedication, commitment, sacrifice and courage of individuals. This message strongly resonates with with our Senior’s theme of ‘All In’, ensuring Wednesday’s liturgy proved more relevant than was to be expected. I hope you and your family used ANZAC Day in some way to reflect and pay tribute to our service men and women.
They shall not grow old, as we who are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them,
nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun
and in the morning
We will remember them.
The Good News of Terrace: Reidy House enjoying their Easter weekend Reidy Buddy afternoon
Acting Dean of Waterford | Mr Luke Gribble
Prior to the Easter break, the Year 10 boys were able to hear from two external providers that assist us in the delivery of our Formation program. Former Queensland Police officer Mr Tony Parsons delivers the National Drug Awareness information program. Tony’s vast experience in the field provided valuable information and insight into the law, current trends and the dangers associated with drug and alcohol use. On the last day of term, the boys were able to join in with Y-Lead who provided a hands on, fun and physical look at a number of leadership and formation initiatives. Both programs were very well received by the boys.
The Year 10 cohort have returned refreshed from the Easter break and are already back into the Waterford routine. Throughout the first term, many of the boys embraced the academic opportunities on offer at Waterford and have achieved some outstanding results. Some boys are still a work in progress and with your support we will continue to challenge them to be the best they can be. As teachers and parents, we can provide the guidance and direction, but the motivation to learn and the drive to improve must come from within. The high expectations we set and the conversations that occur at home and school can hopefully assist in helping your son look forward with a positive attitude where he can find the motivation to keep improving.
I have encouraged the boys to be engaged in class and make time to attend the before and after school tutoring sessions conducted by the generous Waterford staff. If they are interested in obtaining a better understanding of the work being covered this term, then these two approaches here at school along with regular homework and revision at home are by far the best strategies.
As per the College calendar, the Year 10 Immersion Information Evening will be held next Monday 29 April at 6pm in the Campbell Centre.
The Year 10 Immersion program offers a variety of experiences for you and your son to consider. This Friday, your son will be issued with an Immersion information booklet detailing the key learning areas, itinerary and cost of the Immersion units on offer. At the end of the presentations on Monday night, there will be an opportunity for parents/caregivers and students to meet with the individual Immersion leaders to discuss the Immersions in greater detail.
Selection forms are contained in the booklet and are due back on Friday 3 May (Week 2).
Finally, I would encourage you to bring your sons along to the Parent/Teacher/Student interviews over the next two weeks in the Campbell Centre. Having your son in this conversation provides another valuable insight and assists him in taking ownership of his learning.
Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking
This production involves 38 students in Years 5 - 8 along with four Senior mentors and has been the catalyst for many of the talented performers we see onstage in our Senior musicals and Celebration of Excellence.
Thank you to the staff, students and parents who worked so hard over the holidays putting the behind the scenes touches to the musical. There was very little downtime for our musical staff over the break, between building props, installing the show lighting, finalizing costumes, mixing the sound, attending rehearsal and choreography sessions and of course, creating the sizzle that showcases the talent of our younger students.
In less than 24 hours following the tickets going on sale, almost 70% had sold! This is fantastic as it shows not only the support for our Cultural program within the College community, but also will help our young performers. Playing to a full house is certainly every actor’s goal!
If you would like to join us in the Edmund Rice Theatre on May 9 – 11, please click the following link: Madagascar Jr Tickets.
Thank you to the 130 students who came out to Tennyson during the holidays and rehearsed for the ANZAC Day parade. Terrace is very proud to have one of the largest school bands in the Brisbane march. It was a proud moment to see you marching in the red and black on Thursday.
Support Group Meetings
- Tuesday 7 May, 5.30pm - Debating Support Group in the Old Boys’ Room
- Tuesday 7 May, 5.30pm - Terrace Performing Arts in the Callan Centre
Staying in touch
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Director of Music | Mr Jan Hewerdine
Congratulations to the ANZAC Band who marched in the ANZAC Parade through the Brisbane CBD on Thursday. The band consisted of 120 students from all year levels and was the largest in the parade! All the boys conducted themselves in a professional manner throughout the day, proudly representing Terrace to the wider community. This year, the band marched around twice. This national event was carried live by ABC television. Thank you to the music staff involved in preparing the students during the vacation break and to parents for your support of your sons.
A reminder that Music Practice Hall is held on Mondays from 3.15-5pm. We encourage you to support this unique opportunity on a regular basis, whereby your sons can practice with guided supervision. This is run by tutors from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and other tertiary institutions.
Classroom Music program
At Terrace, we are proud of our Classroom Music program and all that it offers students in Years 5 and 6. As part of the students’ musical journey, opportunities to perform are provided in Terms 2, 3 and 4. The program’s benefactor, Mr Norman Clarke, who has invested considerable ongoing funding to make the program what it is, has had the Norman Clarke Concert named after him. This annual event brings the premier ensembles and choir together into one venue. As a first, we have decided this year to include Year 5 Classroom Music students as part of this prestigious event. This will be held in the Hanrahan Theatre at Villanova College on Sunday 9 June. Parents are invited to attend the concert.
Not only will it provide your sons with their first public appearance as musicians, but it will also show both them and yourselves what the future will bring, as they develop on their musical journey. Timings for this event will be released shortly, but the performance itself is held in the afternoon.
Soon the boys will be rehearsing the repertoire for this concert, so please encourage your son to practice often. We are looking forward to seeing them amaze you, when their collective efforts all come together on the day.
Term 2 Events
• Thursday and Friday 9-11 May, Middle School Music Production - selected performers only.
• Saturday 11 May, 12.30pm - Pep Band.
• Saturday 25 May, 12.30pm - Pep Band.
• Saturday 1 June, 12.30pm - Pep Band.
• Sunday 9 June, Norman Clarke concert, Villanova College. Sound checks from 10.45am, concert at 3pm.
• Monday 24 June, Drumline and BB2 workshop
• Tuesday 25 June First Percussion Ensemble BB3 band workshop
• Wednesday 26 June, Percussion 2, Percussion 3, TJC band workshops
• 28 June – 6 July - USA Music tour
Director of Sport | Mr Tony McGahan
Welcome to Term 2 Sport
Welcome back to the Terrace Family for the commencement of Term 2 sport, following a very busy Term 1 and Easter holiday period.
I would like to thank everyone involved in the start to my new position at Terrace. Staff, parents and students have all been wonderful with their welcoming manner and can-do attitude. The Easter period has given me plenty of opportunity to meet more members of the Terrace sporting community, establish relationships and understand the widespread landscape of Terrace Sport.
Throughout the holidays, Term 2 in-season activities - Cross Country, Football, Gymnastics and Tennis – have been putting the finishing touches to their preseason preparation for this week’s Round 1 against TGS and various lead-up meets. In addition, Rugby and Basketball started their preseason preparation for Term 3.
Thank you to all families, boys and coaches who have made themselves available for training over this period, in preparation for the start of the GPS fixtures and the upcoming Championships. It is not always easy to juggle sporting commitments with family needs at all levels. Your time and commitment are appreciated.
Recent Sport news
Congratulations to the students who have competed in the following events recently:
The 2019 Australian Athletics Championships were held in Sydney throughout Week 10 in Term 1.
- Maxwell Van Balen | Under 14 - 400m and 200m
- Oliver Nash | Under 17 – High Jump
- Oliver Seawright | Under 20 – 5000m (PB)
- Austin Russell |Under 15 – Long jump, 100m, 200m
David Eltima and Ose Motuga played for Under 18 Queensland South and Mitchell Wright played for Under 18 Queensland North at the Under 18 Australian Basketball Championships.
A total of eight swimmers competed at the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships in Adelaide.
• Thomas Neill – Five first places and two second places (selected in the Australian junior swimming squad)
• Matthew Lillicrap
• Terence Siao
• Terrance Suttie
• William Voltz
• Samuel Voltz
• George Williamson
• Felix Wilson
• Nicholas Morris
- Tobias Snell, Aubrey Stockdale and Dylan Kritzinger (Queensland Under 17 Cricket)
- Luke Davies (Australian Schoolboys Under 15)
- Jock Millar (Queensland Junior Baseball)
Participation in the College sport program is growing and will continue to do so due to the quality of the sport programming that allows for all levels of participation and quality of coaching across the individual sports. The following numbers reflect the consistent work over a long period of time in Terrace Sport: Football 627, Tennis 138, Cross Country 158, and Gymnastics 24. The flow of communication to this number of families is extremely important in keeping everybody informed. It is vital to ensure you sign-on electronically via Parent Lounge for in-season and preseason activities offered each term. Please note Term 2 activities are now closed with Term 3 Sign-On opening in Week 7 (Term 2).
Attendance at training
I would ask that all boys commit to their attendance at training twice a week and present ready for their games, home or away and lead up meets. Representing the College is something to be valued. Being a team member who can be depended on entails sacrifice and commitment, no matter what level or activity.
Please be aware that all Directors, Coordinators and Coaches have been asked to monitor training and playing uniform. We want to ensure we are representing the College and ourselves on and off the field with the highest standards.
To remain up to date, please download the College App and select to receive notifications for your son's selected activities. You will find updates, training schedules, team lists, playing schedules, game/meet locations and further information under the individual sport.
Please note we are moving away from ongoing email communication, with the College App as the main source of communication.
Have a great Term 2 in Terrace Sport.
Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Angus White
Over the Holidays, I eagerly watched Tiger Woods, draped in red and black, courageously and skilfully fight back to earn his fifth green jacket and secure his first major in over 11 years.
Undoubtedly, the former teen prodigy has inspired a plethora of divided opinion and created enormous controversy over his 23 year career. He let a lot of people down with the mistakes that he made, yet through these scandals, countless back operations and intense media scrutiny, a redeemed Tiger Woods emerged. On 14 April, back pages and social media feeds across the globe focused on his remarkable comeback, his perseverance and his tenacity.
At Augusta, it was noticeable that Tiger had placed greater emphasis on his personality, his family and fans. He showed the characteristics of someone the entire sporting world could support. As he sunk his last putt, the eagerly anticipated frenzy that was about to follow was palpable. It was emotional, the world seemed happy for him. It was Tiger’s moment of redemption.
The final commentary said it well “Many thought we wouldn’t see it, but here it is….the return to glory. Tiger Woods!” In that redemptive moment, we saw Tiger’s character come full circle and it was emotive to see him share the moment as it unfolded with his family in the same way he had at Augusta with his father when he won his first Major.
He hugged his mother, young son and daughter and this picture spoke a thousand words. He was human, relatable and admired in that moment. The entire sporting world was proud and inspired to have Tiger Woods as their champion again. Tiger Woods at the 2019 Masters showed the world what a gentleman looks like and how good values and determination is what carries someone beyond their mistakes.
In strict analysis, the 2019 Masters is another outstanding sporting comeback and triumph. Yet, the relevance to the Terrace community is strong. Tiger’s triumph is of the human kind. In simple terms, for Tiger to win, he had to become a better person, he had to remain focused and continue to believe what is possible. Tiger proved and reiterated not only the value of hard work and persistence but also the importance of being a man of good character. The uniqueness of the reaction of the sporting world to Tiger’s win was the world’s endorsement and admiration for the man he had become and the qualities he displayed to get to this moment. All good lessons that we can be mindful of as we embark on a new term.
Terrace Ladies Group
Mothers’ High Tea | Years 5 – 9 | The Marquee | Victoria Park
Next Friday 3 May is the Mothers’ High Tea for Years 5-9. Ticket sales have now closed with record numbers attending the function. There will be bubbles on arrival, a traditional High Tea plus free entry into the Lucky Prize Draw. Prizes include - Calile/Hellenika gift voucher, Cache a Vin voucher, Gambaros voucher, Jo Malone gift pack, Lipstick Time gift pack, Clayfield Hairlines gift voucher and a Susan Driver jewellery voucher.
We are honoured to have Mrs Mary Seawright, mother to 2019 School Captain Oliver (amongst many other accomplishments) as our guest speaker.
Tennyson Canteen Volunteering Term 2
Week 3 Saturday 11 May sees our first home game for the Football season against Nudgee. All assistance is greatly appreciated in both the canteen and bbq pit. No experience necessary but a sense of humour and willingness to meet new friends is. Please sign on to volunteer via the link that will be sent out via the Football notices on the App in Week 3.
Past Mothers’ Mass
The Past Mothers’ Mass for 2019 is being hosted by the TLG
- Date and Time: Sunday 19 May, 10am
- Where: Chapel of the Holy Family, St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace
- Cost: $26pp (+ booking fees) | Includes morning tea
- RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 14 May
If you have a family member or friend who you think may like to attend and who may not have received an invitation, please contact Samantha Mills | email@example.com or on 0409 290 906. Alternatively, please feel free to forward them the booking link.
Tickets can be purchased via the College Events page, or BOOK HERE for Past Mothers Mass.
- Friday 3 May - Mothers High Tea (Years 5 to 9) 10am-1pm Victoria Park
- Sunday 19 May - Past Mothers Mass, 10am Chapel of the Holy Family followed by Morning Tea in the Founders’ Room
Contact | TLG President | Kirsten Carroll firstname.lastname@example.org
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Find all your Term 2 Terrace Family event details here...
Performance Dates and Time: Thursday 9 May, Friday 10 May & Saturday 11 May | Venue and bar open from 5.45pm. Doors 6.10pm. Show 6.30pm.
Cost: $16pp (+ booking fees)
RSVP: Please purchase your tickets ASAP before tickets sell out, or before Tuesday 30 April
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Imogen Brown | ImogenBrown@Terrace.qld.edu.au | 3214 5226
Date and Time: Saturday 11 May | From 5.00pm
Where: Br Rogers Pavilion, Tennyson
Cost: Adults - $37 (+ booking fees) | Includes canapes & noodle box
Children - Free | Includes pizza & a soft drink
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by Friday 3 May
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Ida Gambaro | email@example.com
Date and Time: Sunday 19 May | 10.00am
Where: Chapel of the Holy Family, St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace
Cost: $26pp (+ booking fees) | Includes morning tea
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 14 May
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Samantha Mills | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0409 290 906
Save the Date. Booking details coming soon!
Date and Time: Thursday 25 July | 6.30pm
Where: Victoria Park Golf Complex, 309 Herston Rd Herston
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Andrew Stormonth | AndrewStormonth@Terrace.qld.edu.au
TTN Mother's Day Stall - Details coming soon
The TTN will once again be holding its annual Mother's Day Stall. There will be 200 gifts available ranging from card packs to coffee cups and candle packs. Details on how to purchase these gifts will be available in Week 2.
Year Level Parent Social Functions
Find all your upcoming Term 2 parent function details here...
Year 12 Parent/Caregiver Coffee Catch Up
Details: Friday 26 April | 7.45am
Where: The Johnson, 477 Boundary St Spring Hill
Cost: Order at the counter
RSVP: No RSVP required. Please feel welcome to join us.
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Anne Learmonth | email@example.com | 0409 655 436
Year 7 Magee House Parent/Caregiver Function
Details: Friday 31 May | 7.00pm
Where: Mrs Brown's Kitchen and Bar, 32 Commercial Rd Newstead
Cost: $43pp (+ booking fees) | Includes substantial canapes
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Friday 24 May
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Jude Lunn | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0421 280 400
Year 12 State of Origin Parent/Caregiver Function
Details: Game 1 | Wednesday 5 June | 6.30pm
Where: The Lord Alfred, 68 Petrie Terrace Brisbane
Cost: $10pp | Includes bar snacks. Paid to Robin Tucker on the evening.
RSVP: Please RSVP via email below by Thursday 30 May
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Robin Tucker | email@example.com | 0418 158 429
Year 12 Mother's Lunch
Details: Saturday 8 June | Midday
Where: Azure Restaurant, Elements of Byron Resort, 144 Bayshore Drive Byron Bay
Cost: $73pp (+ booking fees). Includes 2 course lunch
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 30 April
For further details or enquiries, please contact
Prue Long | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0427 134 693