From the Principal

Here is all the news from the principal:

Where are we up to with federal government review of funding?

8 May 2013
While I expect that some of you may yawn on reading my title for this week, I am sure no-one would disagree that the Queensland [...]

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Be there or be square

1 May 2013
Sporting achievement is something we take pride in at the Moreton Bay Colleges. Recently I attended three different games at which the boys showed the [...]

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Remembering the ANZACs and what they teach us

24 April 2013
The ANZAC soldier is synonymous with what it means to be brave, to be loyal, to be strong, faithful and resilient. The conduct of its [...]

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Striding into the future

17 April 2013
Hello and welcome to Term 2 at MBBC and MBC.  This term is my favourite because we are in our stride with all of the [...]

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Educating the whole child – the central importance of the visual and performing Arts

27 March 2013
At MBBC and MBC, we are committed to educating the whole child – to providing opportunities for students to discover and develop their interests and [...]

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The lastest on our facilities

20 March 2013
We all know that it is quality teachers who make the most difference in students’ learning, not buildings.  However, working in pleasant, well-equipped and regularly [...]

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Winning and Losing: Sport as real life experience

13 March 2013
Australians love their sport and so they expect much of their leading sportsmen and women. Nowhere is this more evident than in the current controversy [...]

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What? Why? How?

6 March 2013
Self-efficacy in learning Science at the Moreton Bay Colleges As I highlighted a couple of weeks ago, stronger school sector achievement in Science is a priority [...]

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Is Gonski a Goner? Or are we going to grow up?

13 February 2013
It is rare that an educator will use a newsletter to make what may appear to be overt political statements. However, the current fracas over [...]

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Where our students go after graduation – pathways to the future

30 January 2013
Last week I focussed on the achievements of our OP eligible students.  Just as pleasing and just as much a credit to the boys, their [...]

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