Congratulations to John Paul College staff member, Julie-Anne Angell (our e-learning facilitator) who has been selected as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. Julie-Anne is one of only 90 Australians selected for the 2017-2018 period.
On Friday 8 September, 120 family and friends once again enjoyed a fun filled night of dinner, dancing and wonderful music by over 60 extremely talented students at our annual Cabaret Night held at The Glen Hotel.
John Paul College Middle School students recognised R U OK Day with a fun run and sausage sizzle fundraiser for Rosies – Friends on the Street.
John Paul College was delighted to host best-selling author and presenter Rebecca Sparrow on Thursday, 7 September, for her ‘Before You Hit Send’ community presentation to parents and students.
John Paul College congratulates 2008 alumnus, Milan Gandhi. Milan has been named the Australian Law Student of the Year at the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards held in Sydney on September 1. Milan is in his final year of Law at The University of Queensland (UQ) and is a research clerk at McCullough Robertson.
Monthly Mother Tongue meetings are held to celebrate the wide range of mother tongues (the language a person learned first and uses the most) spoken by families at John Paul College.
Congratulations to Rhiannen Gimpel – an exceptional teacher and staff member – who, on Friday night, was announced as the Middle Years Educator of the Year at the Adolescent Success annual awards celebration.
From the babies in our Early Learning Centre to the young learners in Year 6, our Primary School was out in full force this morning for our Book Character Parade.
ur campus is alive with learning!
While our Years 7 and 8 students complete the second of their Design Challenge Days (we can’t wait to share their culminating ideas) and our Year 1 students were busy going back in time, our Year 6 students commenced their PYP (Primary Years Programme) Exhibition journey.
From games of knuckles, jump rope, hopscotch and pick-up sticks to marbles, slate writing and quoits, our Year 1 students went back in time today. ‘Back in Time’ day was organised as the culminating activity of students’ current Unit of Inquiry, ‘Where we are in place and time’.