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St James College, Brisbane WIN GenX Unleashed

St James College, Brisbane WIN Gen X Unleashed

A high school in Brisbane, which is proud of its diversity and global culture has won this year’s GenX Unleashed. St James College, Brisbane (a co-educational secondary college) competed in the competition which combines spoken word, music, dance and multi-media. This competition aims to ‘Unleash the Next Generation of World Changers through Creativity’, according to its Facebook page. St James ...

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Kids Capers Childcare, Northgate Achieve EXCEEDING

Kids Capers Childcare, Northgate Achieve EXCEEDING - Emma Murphy

Kids Capers Childcare, Northgate was recently assessed under the National Quality Standard. And the childcare centre achieved the rare and sought-after standard of ‘Exceeding’. To learn more about Kids Capers Childcare or make an enquiry (click here) According to the official government website: “The National Quality Standard (NQS) sets a high national benchmark for early childhood education and care and ...

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School Principal Raises Questions Around Refugee Education

St James College, Brisbane Principal, Ann Rebgetz has raised questions around the federal government education funding for refugee students that turn 18 while at school. Principal Rebgetz made the comments at a well attended event and tied education to liberation. “We have 20 students who’ve just come off Nauru, and I mention that particularly because those students are very aspirational,” ...

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MBRC Cr Adrian Raedel Votes Against Council Newsletters

Moreton Bay Regional Councillor for Division 12 and Mayoral Candidate, Adrian Raedel was the only councillor to vote against a policy relating to divisional newsletters, which are delivered periodically to every letterbox across the Moreton Bay Region. At a community mobile office held by Cr Adrian Raedel, he explained what he voted against and why. “The motion was, do you ...

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