Nominate a Teacher Today!

June 7, 2017 at 8:12 am

A fabulous opportunity to recognise the dedication and commitment of our teachers at Rockhampton Girls Grammar is here!

If you have been inspired by a teacher, or have had your day made better because of a teacher, please click on the link below and nominate!

http://www.adaymadebetter.com.au/

Our teachers deserve this!  Click and nominate today!

Eisteddfod – Vocal & Dance Results

June 7, 2017 at 8:01 am

The Speech & Drama, Dance and Vocal sections of the Rockhampton Eisteddfod are over for another year.

Rockhampton Girls Grammar had many talented girls performing with some amazing results!

We are especially proud of our bursary and aggregate winners – the Secondary Choir (Molti Voce) winning the Colvin Family Trophy for Most Outstanding Vocal Choir and Years 4-6 Novelty Choir winning the Vince Hanelt Memorial Trophy for the Most Entertaining Novelty Choir.  Well done to our dedicated and talented Chloe Cowan for being awarded the Most Promising Girl Vocalist 12-15 years trophy and bursary, Hannah Cowan for the trophy for Most Natural Stage Presence, Giselle Atlas for Most Promising Girl Vocalist under 12 years and Mirae Ries winning three aggregate trophies at the Speech and Drama presentation night.

Congratulations to our very tired music teachers – Jessica Dawes was awarded the Robinson Family Perpetual Trophy for Most Outstanding Vocal Choir Conductor of the Eisteddfod, this being the third year in a row!

For full results, please click here

Jess Dawes & Christina Bond (Instrumental and Classroom Music Teachers)

 

 

 

Staff Achievement – Stacey Rogers

February 10, 2017 at 3:53 pm

Stacey RogersCongratulations to our Home Economics and Hospitality teacher, Stacey Rogers, for earning a partial scholarship to continue her study through the National Excellence in School Leadership Initiative and Home Economics Institute of Australia.

National Excellence in School Leadership Initiative (NESLI) partnered with Home Economics Institute of Australia (HEIA)  to offer a full scholarship and five partial scholarships for the Advanced Leadership Program at the 2017 HEIA National Conference.  Stacey applied for and was successful in being awarded a partial scholarship in Melbourne at this conference.  This partial scholarship (valued at $3,500) is an integrate development platform focusing on the interpersonal and behavioral dynamics associated with female school leaders.  During this six month program Stacey will engage in a deep exportation of her own strengths, weaknesses and opportunities as they relate to building and maintaining highly effective school teams.  This program employs an integrated learning methodology based around self-analysis, peer knowledge sharing, experiential experiences, practical workplace application and reflection.  Stacey is looking forward to the program commencing in May and feels privileged to be provided with this opportunity.

Thanks must go to HEIA and NESLI for offering opportunities for women in education!

Congratulations Stacey!