Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll

Dear members of the Terrace Family,

Tomorrow the College will celebrate its Opening Mass and Year 12 Induction at the Pat Rafter Arena.  The Mass and Induction is a special event where, as a College, we can commence our school year and induct our Year 12 students as our 2021 leaders.  My thanks in advance to all those involved in making this such a special occasion.  I particularly wish to thank the many Year 11 parents who will assist with the afternoon tea at Tennyson.

Each night this week, we have been conducting a series of Information Nights.  These nights provide key information for parents and provide an opportunity for our Years 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11 parents to meet the key staff involved in their son’s Terrace journey in 2021.  This year, following on from the successful use of Microsoft Teams in 2020, we are using a combination of face-to-face and online meetings, depending on the year level.  I hope this proves to be helpful for parents.

One issue I raised with families at each of the Information Nights was the challenge we face with parking around the College, and our pickup and drop off processes.  In the afternoon, particularly, I ask parents who are picking up their sons to show great care and awareness, as 1700 boys are exiting the school at 3.10pm.  When picking up your son in Rogers Street, please do not queue down the street.  If there is no parking available, please go around the block again rather than simply double parking.  I realise that this is a little inconvenient. However, there are a large number of cars in the street and the queuing causes significant problems.  Please do not stop on the road and allow your son to get into the car.  There are just too many people and cars in Rogers Street.  I am also aware that Gregory Terrace and Rogers Street back up quickly and movement on both these streets is slow.  Despite this, I do ask that you do not do U-Turns in Rogers Street.  There have been several near misses and the U-Turn is a dangerous manoeuvre.   Finally, I ask that parents do not park in the staff car park at the bottom of Rogers Street or use it as a drop-off area or shortcut, this is a dangerous practice which causes further congestion problems.

Rather than just outlining what not to do, I would like to provide pickup time alternatives.  Many parents park a couple of blocks away, and their sons walk to them, which allows for a much quicker exit.  Other parents delay their arrival by 10-15 minutes, by which time the traffic has generally improved.  Again, this makes for a faster exit from the College precinct.  Another alternative to consider, if possible, is the use of public transport. The issue of student safety is paramount for all of us, and I ask parents to assist with these issues.

Last week, the GPS season commenced with large numbers of boys involved in Swimming, Debating, Rowing, Cricket and Volleyball.  It is wonderful to see so many students involved, and the support offered by parents and coaches.  I enjoyed catching up with so many people at Tennyson and Ipswich last Saturday, and I look forward to seeing many more parents and students over the coming weeks.  I do remind parents that only parent spectators are permitted and are asked to leave the venue once your son has completed his game. Please use the QR codes at the various entry points to sign into the venue.  This is a consistent practice across the various GPS venues and a part of the GPS COVID Safe protocols.

Finally, this week, as we near the end of Week 2 and the nerves, excitement and uncertainly have settled, it is critical that all students have developed a good homework/study routine.  Assessment calendars have been distributed and an early, focused start is the key to success.

Have a great week.

God Bless.

Dr Michael Carroll

Deputy Principal | Mr Damien Fall

I often wonder how the Christian Brothers managed the incredible complexities of running a school such as ours. While there can be no doubting our founders’ commitment and work ethic, the truth is that schools, while busy, were far simpler places in the past. Schools have become increasingly complex and the expectations placed on them continue to grow. I have witnessed this across most aspects of school life in my career, and one area of significant growth has been compliance. At the start of this year, staff were required to complete compliance training in Student Protection, Student Duty of Care, Code of Conduct, Privacy, Bullying, Whistleblowing, Complaints and Human Resources. Time is always tight as we prepare for the academic year, so staff are juggling the need to meet our obligations with the pressures of ensuring we are well prepared for the return of students. I want to thank our staff for the commitment to this important aspect of our role.

Legislation around child protection has also prompted growth in expectations of staff, visitors, contractors and volunteers associated with the College. At Terrace, we have an outstanding culture of volunteering among our parents and caregivers for which we are grateful. As an extra step in ensuring the protection of students in our care, the College will this year contact all parents and caregivers to request that any prospective volunteers familiarise themselves with relevant policy and procedure and complete a brief registration process (linked here). This provides volunteers with the knowledge they need to assist with the safeguarding of students. Please keep an eye out for this communication from the College. If you wish to volunteer and help the College in 2021, I strongly encourage you to complete the simple process required to register as a volunteer. Many thanks in anticipation of your support with this important initiative.

The College website is a source of important information for those both within and outside the Terrace Family. One important section of the website contains a number of relevant policies to families, including but not limited to policies relating to bullying, grievances, social media and student protection. A link to these policies can be found here. I encourage parents and caregivers to peruse this page as it may be of use should you wish to better understand the College’s stance on various important matters.

Finally, the Seniors of 2021 are very much in the prayers of the Terrace Family this week as they celebrate their Induction Mass on Friday. We hope they can enjoy an uninterrupted year full of rewarding experiences as they continue their journey as the College’s leaders.

Dean of Identity | Mr Terry Thompson

Why do we say the Acknowledgement of Country?

College Vice Captain, Ben Chatwood spoke on College assembly this week, answering the question - Why do we say the Acknowledgement of Country?

We begin by acknowledging the Turrbal people of Jagera country – the traditional owners of the land on which we gather today. I would also like to pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

In previous assemblies, we have heard Mr Cuddihy lead the Acknowledgement of Country to commence our assembly, and I think it would be safe to say that it is just in one ear and out the other for some of us here. But why do we actually do it?

Personally, at times it seems tokenistic. We must shift away from that mentality and truly understand why we do it. No matter where you are in your journey of understanding, it is imperative to recognise that this is, and always will be, Aboriginal land. Every time we say the Acknowledgement of Country, we reaffirm that this land has been cared for by Aboriginal Australians who are the oldest, continuous living culture in the world, and we celebrate their connection to country through song, story and ritual. This derives from the understanding that the people are of the land and the land is intrinsically part of their spirit. The Turrbal people have walked Jagera country for tens of thousands of years, and we must acknowledge and be grateful for this care. And so, we must recognise and respect their native land.

We are members of a community who experience regular and significant privilege. We are called through the charism of Edmund Rice to act justly, love tenderly and walk with all members of our community. It begins with listening and understanding, finding stillness and showing respect to the Acknowledgement of Country. It starts with us taking the initiative and learn more about the culture and history of the traditional owners. Lastly, we hear the call to seek and enact reconciliation with the traditional owners of this land.

As members of the Terrace Family, let us Answer the Call to be in service to Turrbal people of Jagera Country.

Holy Spirit, we invoke your blessing on this country and on us we gather today. We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of this land, both past, present and emerging, and their continued cultural and spiritual connection to the lands and waters.
We also acknowledge that our forebearers came into these sacred spaces, significantly harming and changing forever an older way of life that should have been respected and sought to be understood.
We give thanks to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers and sisters. Help us to join our hands and hearts together. Help us to heal one another and the land, so that our lives may flow with harmony through lives filled with love and deep respect.
May we join together and build a future based on compassion, justice, hope, faith and reconciliation. Amen.

Live Jesus in our hearts… Forever.

Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy

This week, we move beyond the excitement of Week 1, when students commenced their Terrace journey or reconnected with friends after the Christmas holidays. Week 2 is always about developing routines that assist in creating a positive learning environment. In recent days, we have also enjoyed gathering as a community for a range of Parent Information Evenings that continue in various forms next week.

At our first College Presentation Assembly for the year, we recognised those young men involved in the Cricket and Volleyball programs. The dedication demonstrated by the 1st squads is always impressive and we wish them the best for the upcoming season. A significant event for the year is the Opening Mass and Induction of the Senior cohort. For parents, pinning the Senior badge on their son’s blazer is a highlight and symbolises the partnership between home and school. We have a wonderful Year 12 cohort, and we look forward to their ongoing contribution as leaders of our College in 2021.

Next Friday, we hold our first Inter-House event for the year, the annual Swimming Carnival. The emphasis of the event is on participation and enjoyment. Competition between the Houses is strong but winning is not the most important thing on the day. I look forward to all boys participating with enthusiasm and in the right spirit. Please note that safety is paramount and unfortunately, parents/caregivers can’t attend this year due to COVID Safe plans. Hats and sunscreen are essential, and all students must wear a sun shirt during every event.

Fathers and/or other significant men in Year 8 students’ lives should have received an invitation to a Father/Son event to be held at the College on 15 February. We would be delighted to see many of our Year 8 dads/caregivers in attendance online (link here) with their sons, and I encourage you to take up the offer for what should be a memorable evening.

This week, I spoke with all students about the need to stay safe when travelling to and from school. In our inner-city environment, road safety is critical. Students have been asked to ensure they only cross at designated crossing areas. I ask parents/caregivers to reinforce this important message.

Another important topic we have discussed was on the subject of understanding the difference between banter and bullying. Please discuss this with your son and ask if he can explain the difference to you.

I hope the year has started well for everyone and that good routines have been established. As always, please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your son.

Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer

One of the most important lessons I learnt as a young teacher was the importance of being prepared. Former Terrace parent, Mr Cliff Mallett, was my teaching supervisor when I completed my third-year Physical Education practicum at St. Peter’s College, Indooroopilly. As well as being very nervous for my first secondary practical, I had broken my ankle a few weeks prior and was on crutches for the entire six weeks. I made many mistakes, as student teachers do; however, I very quickly learnt that to be effective, I had to be prepared. Prepared with equipment, prepared with the knowledge to answer student questions and prepared to adapt my lessons as I responded to student needs. An acronym that many adults are aware of is the 5P’s – Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.

For students, this term’s challenge is to start the year well with strong, consistent study habits. We are already at the end of the second week. Week 3 is also a four day week with the Inter-House Swimming Carnival on Friday. Consequently, it is imperative to be prepared and have set their academic goals for the term. To prevent 'Poor Performance' at assessment time, students will need to:

  • 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 their learning. The College is here to work with each student on their 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 from 3.15 – 5.30pm – in rooms 422 and 423.
  • Much of the feedback we receive from past students who have achieved academically is that academic success comes about through consistent work over a long period of time. It does not happen by chance. So, embrace the 5P’s and be prepared. 

Dean of Waterford | Mr Luke Gribble

Welcome to Waterford Place for 2021. It has been wonderful to see our Year 10 cohort settle into their new venue and start to understand the unique Waterford routines. I hope you have received favourable reports about the Waterford environment and that your son has a positive attitude to the journey ahead.

Last week our Waterford Orientation program touched on the following themes:

  • The transition to Senior schooling
  • Leadership
  • Service learning
  • Forming new relationships
  • A fresh start

With new Pastoral Care and class groups and new teachers and Mentors, the fresh start concept is an excellent opportunity to form new relationships and positive habits. While many of our students have had a smooth journey through their junior years, some will have hit a few obstacles and made some mistakes. A unique feature of the Waterford dynamic is the opportunity to reflect on the journey so far, reset and start fresh. As the year unfolds, we hope that the boys see this a chance to grow, be more outward thinking and develop behaviours that align more with the Senior school than behaviours that we have seen throughout their junior years.

Our Waterford faculty are working hard to get to know your son. While it is very early days, there are a couple of events that will nurture this relationship. These include:

  • Thursday 4 February - Year 10 Parent Information Evening - Waterford Place (40 Quarry Street, Spring Hill).
  • Wednesday 10 February - Year 10 Parent/Mentor Interviews and Career Information  Interview by Appointment via the Parent Lounge - Terrace Library (Level 4, main campus).

As restrictions have limited our ability to gather as a large group on Thursday 4 February, the evening will be an opportunity for you to hear a presentation about life at Waterford from your son’s Pastoral Care Mentor. Please note that the Year 10 Parent Information evenings have a one parent/caregiver limit. The College Leadership Team and I will also be present on the night. For those who are unable to attend, we have an online virtual tour of Waterford Place that can be viewed via

The second event on Wednesday 10 February will be a chance to have a one-on-one conversation with your son’s PC Mentor and hear from our Careers Counsellor, Ms Natalie Twine. Ms Twine’s sessions will run in half hour intervals throughout the evening.

Your son should be well into the rhythm of school life with a weekly study plan and term plan underway. The Year 10 Academic calendar has been released and is available to download via the Terrace App. A copy of the Assessment Calendar was distributed to all students last week to keep track of assessment timelines.

I am looking forward to working with your son in 2021.

Morning chess at Waterford Place

Terrace Library

Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking


Congratulations to our Senior A team of Luke Ames, Eden Chan, Fergus Farrell, Thomas Musgrave and Thomas Nunn-Rutledge for their victory over Ipswich Grammar School in Round 1 last Friday night.  Well done also to 11.1, 10.1, 10.2 and 9.1.  An excellent start to our GPS Debating season.

Round 2 is against Brisbane State High School and is a Home round.  This round will see only the Years 8-12 students debating in Short Prep rounds.

Reminder – the Debating uniform is our formal College uniform of a white shirt, long pants/shorts and blazer.


Congratulations to the musicians in the Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Drumline who performed on the first days of school. 

Thanks to staff and students who ensured we started our year on the right note by attending the various camps and workshops for Terrace Music. 

GPS Music

Congratulations to the 35 elite Terrace musicians participating in the GPS Music Showcase held on Thursday 11 February at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, South Bank Campus.

Tickets to the Showcase are free but need to be pre-registered. Pre-event registering/tickets must be obtained before the night and presented upon arrival for entry.  Participating students do not need a ticket.  However, parents, siblings and other family members must get their tickets online.

Please click on the link below to get tickets to attend this year's showcase. 

2021 GPS Music Showcase

At this stage, the GPS committee is working on current COVID restrictions allowing maximum capacity for the venue. 


It has been encouraging to see so many of our students attending rehearsals/training sessions/lessons this week.

Voice and instrument tuition started this week. We remind parents/caregivers that you can follow your son’s lessons on the OneNote system. 

At Terrace, we have the right balance for success in all areas of College life. It is important that we manage a balance between activities and commitments with your son. Excellent communication regarding attendance is vital. Initially, boys sign on to several activities before finally choosing where their expertise and participation will lie. There will be times when commitments will inevitably clash. These clashes in timetabling can be managed through an open and transparent discussion with the mentoring coaches in both Culture and Sport. We support students to ensure that they remain committed to their chosen activities and their mates - ultimately allowing our teams to succeed.

Should you have any questions, please contact either the Culture department via or the Sport department via

Support Group meetings

Support Group meetings will be held online if necessary.  Should you wish to contact the 

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 videos that you would like to share, please tag us.

TWITTER                  @GTCulture

INSTAGRAM            terrace_gtculture

YOUTUBE     Terrace Culture YouTube Channel

Director of Sport | Mr Tony McGahan

Terrace Sport would like to acknowledge the following students who have excelled in sport. 


Congratulations to the following swimmers who have had success at the State Championships. 

  • Felix Wilson (Year 11) - Gold in the 15 Years 50m breaststroke (record).
  • Jack Moore (Year 9) - 8th in the 13 Years 50m butterfly (record).
  • Lachlan Hilleary (Year 10) - 15th in the 14 Years 50m butterfly (record). 


Congratulations to Max Toon (Year 9) has joined the Queensland Dolphins Under 14 baseball team.

The Weekly Wrap


Terrace Volleyball began Season 2021 this week with a trip out west to play Ipswich Grammar School. Being the first round of the season, the boys were keen to demonstrate the hard work and dedication they have put in over the holiday period.

Ipswich Grammar presented some strong teams and found success across the Year 8 age group, highlighting the importance of fundamental skills and keeping it simple. Overall in Round 1, Terrace recorded 18 wins and 8 losses. 

Although the program experienced a lot of success throughout all year levels, the 10Bs continue to impress. After going the entire 2020 season undefeated, the 10Bs are excited to try and continue that legacy and their work on the court and the gym is proving to be paying off. 

The 1st VI also displayed moments of excellence with a rather clinical 3-0 win over IGS, demonstrating their speed, commitment, defence and ability to convert points under pressure. 

The Terrace Volleyball community would like to thank all the students, parents, staff and coaches for their hard work, dedication and time commitments that make this program so successful. This Saturday we will host Brisbane State High School and we wish all players the best of luck on the courts.

Back Red & Black update

Terrace thanks all those who have already signed up as inaugural Back Red & Black sponsors! Our target for this year is 25 sponsors – and we have 20 signups as of today.

Basketball, Cricket, Rowing, and Rugby have scored much-appreciated funding from the program and Football, Tennis and Volleyball will also welcome support.

This funding ensures Terrace Sport continues to flourish and provides our students – your boys – with the facilities, equipment, and coaching to reach their full potential.

It is not too late to join this generous group of sponsors! To find out more go to or contact the Sponsorship Manager - Ms Cathy Stacey P: 3214 5439  | M: 0434 074 372  | E:

Sponsorship at Terrace

Back Red & Black update

Terrace thanks all those who have already signed up as inaugural Back Red & Black sponsors! Our target for this year is 25 sponsors – and we have 20 signups as of today.

Basketball, Cricket, Rowing, and Rugby have scored much-appreciated funding from the program and Football, Tennis and Volleyball will also welcome support.

This funding ensures Terrace Sport continues to flourish and provides our students – your boys – with the facilities, equipment, and coaching to reach their full potential.

It is not too late to join this generous group of sponsors! To find out more go to or contact the Sponsorship Manager - Ms Cathy Stacey
P: 3214 5439  | M: 0434 074 372  | E:

Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Luke Ames

One day I got home, and I was exhausted. I had no energy to do the homework and assignments that were piling in front of my eyes, and I fell down the dangerous rabbit hole of YouTube. Now, I am not usually one to do such a thing on a school night, but as my eyes scanned the screen, I stumbled upon one clip, The Super Mario Effect.

In the video, a YouTuber named Mark Rober explores how perspectives influence how we respond to experiences and setbacks in our daily lives. I was hooked. One thing that stuck with me from the video was the idea of perspective. Mark compares how people approach failure in the real world as opposed to video games. In the real world, we either tell ourselves “There’s always next time” or feel a sense of disappointment when we fail. We lose confidence, or we forget about our mistakes hoping that it fixes itself the next time it comes around. For some, confronting mistakes in the real world is hard and rarely done.

Compare this to games; when we fail an objective, lose to a boss, we are frustrated, but we keep going. We enjoy the satisfaction of being able to overcome our failures and beat previous high scores. The thought of jumping over barrels gives us a feeling of excitement, hoping that we can reach Donkey Kong. We focus on the success of finishing, rather than the possibility of hitting a barrel. Mark calls this phenomenon the 'Super Mario Effect', the perspective of video games that leads to greater success.

I guess that what I am trying to say is that how we approach life is a huge indicator of how successful we are. Whether that is getting a good mark, making new friends, or having fun on the cricket field. We are inevitably going to face failure in our lives, that is a part of being human. Next time you get out for a duck in cricket, get a bad mark or let your mates down, just think, it isn’t the failure that will define you as a person, it is the way you bounce back. Answer the Call to focus on the success of finishing, rather than the possibility of hitting a barrel. Answer the Call to beat your own Donkey Kongs. Answer the Call with a positive mindset, maybe after a video game or two. 

With that, I am off to finish my homework, have a great week.


Well, it has been a busy week for the TLG and our merry band of volunteers! With Welcome Functions for Years 5, 6 and 7 held on Monday and Tuesday evening, it was terrific to see the newest members of our Terrace Family getting to know each other and returning families catching up after the Christmas break.  A big thank you to our volunteers who helped make these nights a great success. 

First TLG Meeting of the year

On Monday, we held the first TLG meeting of the year, happily a face to face meeting to kick the year off. Hopefully, we will keep that streak going for the balance of 2021. It was lovely to see so many parents in attendance (both new and returning, including several dads).

We also heard from our Care and Concern team, flagging their purpose and the various ways we can assist.  For more information email the C&C team direct at   

If you weren’t able to attend the meeting, an audio recording can be accessed via the Terrace Image Library, check the TLG folder for 2021 (or email us at for further instructions on access). A copy of the minutes will be available before our next meeting on Monday 1 March at 7.30am.

We have missed two familiar faces at TLG events this year, Mrs Kirsten Carroll (TLG President 2019/2020) and Mrs Sam Mills (TLG VP Logistics 2019/2020).  This dynamic duo, lead the TLG through 2019 and 2020, providing an invaluable link between the College and parents, rallied the Terrace Family in support of our boys and the College, fostered ‘friendship raising’ through volunteer opportunities and generally kept the wheels on during what was a fairly challenging 2020 for many within ours and the wider community.  Heartfelt thanks from us all - your energy, enthusiasm and dedication have set the standard, and most definitely Answered the Call.

Volunteers are the heart of our Terrace Family. ‘Pay it forward’ is an often-heard phrase, and there is no finer example of this than the families of our Year 11 cohort (under the leadership of Mrs Helena Jap and Mrs Siobhan Oosterbroek). This cohort has undertaken the mammoth task of catering for the Year 12 students and their families after the Induction Mass at Pat Rafter Arena tomorrow. This special tradition exemplifies Terrace values held by the whole Terrace Family.

There are many instances where we rely on members of the Terrace Family to generously give their time and support to the TLG and the College. We are very aware of how busy family and work life is and placing something new into our schedule can be a challenge. But as the saying goes, many hands make light work and in Answering the Call we often benefit as well through our contribution.

Fashion Parade committee

We are looking to recruit some enthusiastic fashionistas who would like to join the 2021 Fashion Parade committee. Enthusiastic fashionistas should most definitely apply!  If you’d like to become involved please email us at to express your interest. No time to waste, the venue is booked and we are keen to get planning underway!

TLG date claimers

  • Tuesday 9 February - TLG Welcome Mass - Chapel of the Holy Family
  • Tuesday 27 April – TLG Past Mothers’ Mass
  • Friday 30 April – Years 5-9 High Tea - Victoria Park Gold Club
  • Friday 11 June – TLG Fashion Parade

Terrace Family

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

Mr Warwick MCEVOY - GT 1982-89. Father to Jacob (GT 2007), Pat (GT 2018) and Marcus (GT 2020).

Mr McEvoy's funeral will be held on Friday 5 February at St Ignatius Church, Toowong.  Please click on the link for details: Warwick John MCEVOY | Funeral Notices | Brisbane | My Tributes


The place to find all your upcoming Terrace Family 2021 event details...

An invitation to Year 12 parents and caregivers

Details: Friday 5 February | 11.45am for 12.00pm start
Venue: Pat Rafter Arena, Tennyson

  • 2 parents/caregivers per Year 12 student
  • No parking at the venue. Parking at Tennyson, with shuttle buses to the venue from 10.30am – 11.30am and at the conclusion of Mass
  • Parents/caregivers must wear masks to/from the venue and on bus. These can be removed once seated
  • The mass will be livestreamed for those family members unable to attend. Please check the College app closer to the event for a streaming link. 

Please check the College app for a full list of information regarding this important event.

Details: Tuesday 9 February | 7.30am mass followed by morning tea
Venue: Chapel of the Holy Family, followed by the Founders' Room
For COVID-19 safe reasons, please RSVP via the below email by Monday 8 February

RSVP | Email Here

Details: Saturday 13 February | 5.30 - 9.30pm
Venue: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
Cost: Adults - $30 (+bf) | Includes finger food. Cash bar
Students/Siblings - Free | Includes pizza & drink
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 11 February
For further information, please contact
Samantha Bodimeade |

Cricket Launch | Book HereSeason Launch | Volunteer Here

Details: Friday 26 February | 12.30pm
Venue: Queensland Cricketers' Club, Gabba Towers, Vulture St Wooloongabba
Cost: $150pp (+BF) or $1500 for a table of 10. Includes 2 course lunch and premium drink package for 4 hours
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by Friday 19 February
For further information or event enquiries, please contact
Matthew Jackson |

Cricket Luncheon | Book Here

Sign on now via Terrace Parent Lounge.

Age Championships - Sunday 21 February
Open Championships - Sunday 28 February
Further event information is available via the College App, or please email Blair

Want to help but poor on time?

You can now donate money directly to the Terrace Family's Care and Concern. Cash donations will be used to purchase ingredients to make meals for Terrace families and staff in need. 

All donations are appreciated greatly, and will support the important work this committee undertakes for our community.

Cash Donation | Click Here

Year Level Parent Social Functions

Find all your upcoming 2021 year level parent function details here...

Year 6 Parent/Caregiver Welcome Function

Details: Saturday 13 February | 6.30 - 10.30pm
Venue: Port Office Hotel, 40 Edward St Brisbane
Cost: $45pp (+bf) | Includes drink on arrival & canapes
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 8 February
For further information, please contact
Loren Lockyer |

Year 6 Parent Function | Book Here

Year 5 Parent/Caregiver Welcome Function

Details: Friday 19 February | 7 - 10.30pm
Venue: The Greek Club, Acropolis & Olympus Room, 29 Edmondstone Road South Brisbane
Cost : $40pp (+ bf) | Includes drink on arrival & canapes
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 15 February
For further information, please contact
Erin Bledsoe |

Year 5 Function | Book Here

Year 7 Parent/Caregiver Welcome Function

Details: Saturday 27 February | 6.30 - 10.30pm
Venue: Southbeach Social, 30aa Stanley St Plaza, South Brisbane
Cost: $30pp (+bf) | Includes drink on arrival & canapes
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 15 February
For further information, please contact
Kelli McKeiver |

Year 7 Function | Book 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


Book Hire will be closed tomorrow.