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Teaching financial literacy

Teaching financial literacy

Mon , 11/09/17 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

A curiosity exists within the adolescent mindset when it comes to financial literacy, only 55% of young female students say they enjoy ‘learning about money’ yet 98% …

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Art work recognised

Mon , 14/11/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Grace Gaston and Phoebe Menzies, Year 10, received awards for their incredible lino cut prints, the compositions being translated from photos of their garden and …

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Stuartholme student wins R D Milns Award

Mon , 14/11/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

The Historical Writing Competition conducted by the Queensland History Teachers’ Association, is the main competition for Queensland history students and is entered by …

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Stuartholme girls proud to be part of new world record

Tue , 16/08/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Stuartholme was proud to support the Queensland Government's GUINNESS WORLD RECORD TM official attempt for the largest practical science lesson during National Science …

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Cooking skills lead to better health

Wed , 13/07/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

A recent article in Nutridate* (Volume 27, March 2016) asked the question ‘Are cooking skills essential to improving public health?’

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New program provides benefits for students and parents

Wed , 13/07/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

‘To be the best she can be’. This has been Stuartholme’s motto for a number of years. The philosophy around the motto is based on the Goals of a Sacred Heart Education. …

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New school program provides bright future for students

Fri , 24/06/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Stuartholme School, in Toowong, recently introduced a new school program - EPICS; an ‘Exciting Program for Intellectually Curious Students’ for students in Years 7 and 8.

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Girls challenge stereotypes

Thu , 21/04/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Stuartholme School is challenging the stereotype that boys are better suited to maths and science, with a program designed to develop the skills of girls in the STEAM …

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How Schools can extend high performing students

Mon , 04/04/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

For over 13 years Stuartholme has challenged and extended students through our English Extension subject. Taken in Year 12, English Extension is available to high …

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Making the most of an opportunity

Wed , 23/03/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

When it was suggested to 17 year old Emma Campbell by her science teacher, Mr Ulcoq, to read E=Mc2 by David Bodanis she found she was more interested in the global …

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What does being a woman mean to a 16 year old girl?

Fri , 11/03/16 Posted by: Kate Gilmore

Read this inspiring speech by Jane, one of our student leaders which was delivered to the School on Assembly on International Women's Day.

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