NAPLAN results

NAPLAN results for 2014 have been released across all media. Seven Local News reported on Central Queensland results and Girls Grammar featured.

Seven News Report August 2014

The Morning Bulletin also reported, specifically about Lujaine, an extraordinary Year 5 student.

Lujaine

 

Girls Grammar student Lujaine Hussain has topped the nation in spelling in the 2014 nationwide NAPLAN testing. The Year 5 student  scored a perfect result of 25 correct words. Her score of 697 surpasses the state average of 489.

Year 3 and 7 NAPLAN students of the School have also maintained previous successes with 100% above National Minimum Standards in all five NAPLAN areas.

Lujaine said she worked hard to get good results at school and plans to put her abilities to good use. “I would like to be doctor when I grow up. I am very interested in medicine” she said.

Lujaine joins an exclusive club of Girls Grammar students who have scored top marks in the annual national testing program of literacy and numeracy.

Girls Grammar Principal Melinda Scash said she was exceptionally proud of Lujaine for her outstanding achievement, “We are proud of all of our students for their achievements and for doing their best,” Ms Scash said.

 

Excellence in Dance @ Girls Grammar

An exciting new dance studio has been established to support the Rockhampton dance community. Rockhampton Girls Grammar School is delighted to announce the opening of ‘Nouveau Danse’ which, under the direction of Lauren Belonogoff, will ensure quality tuition in ballet (Royal Academy of Dance ‘RAD’ syllabus), jazz and tap (Australasian Dance Association ‘ADA’ syllabus). Nouveau Danse welcomes all students of dance.

The Studio has been established in the newly built Mouritz Dance Hall at Rockhampton Girls Grammar School. Principal Melinda Scash revealed that the facility “is a contemporary space which has been specifically designed for Dance. Girls Grammar has a proud tradition of excellence in Dance, winning National and State titles in both contemporary and modern dance. This is the perfect setting for Rockhampton’s newest dance academy.”

Lauren Belonogoff has been the principal of her own dance studio for 16 years and recently as resident teacher at two local dance schools. Her experience has seen her teaching RAD Ballet from Pre-primary through to the Advanced levels and ADA/FATD Jazz and Tap from Pre-primary through to Bar to Gold Star and the preparation of candidates for teachers examinations. As a studio, Nouveau Danse brings together Lauren’s rich and proven experience in a specialist venue for learning dance.

Melinda Scash senses that this will be a wonderful opportunity for Rockhampton’s beginning and experienced dancers, “We are thrilled to share this superb facility and extend our commitment to community arts excellence in partnership with Lauren. We warmly invite ballet, jazz and tap dancers to join Nouveau Danse!”

Enrol now @ http://www.nouveaudanse.com/   or Sign up on Saturday 13 September 1pm at Mouritz Hall.

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