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Changes to Senior Assessment and Tertiary Entrance

Date: March 27, 2017

The Queensland Government is introducing new senior curriculum and assessment for the Queensland Certificate of Education. Work is underway to

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Queensland Women’s Week 2017

Date: March 6, 2017

As a leader in educating girls and empowering them to be the best they can be, Stuartholme School is proud

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Strategies to help achieve better academic success

Date: March 3, 2017

As students enter the busy period of assessments, it is important to remember that the ULTIMATE goal of achieving excellence in

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Stuartholme extends students with University programs

Date: February 10, 2017

Stuartholme School delivers a curriculum that responds effectively to the needs of the individual student, while challenging them to achieve

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HPE curriculum inspires students

Date: February 10, 2017

‘Aspire to inspire life-long health and wellness’, this is the vision of the Stuartholme Health and Physical Education Department. Like

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Holocaust Studies Program

Date: February 10, 2017

During the Christmas holidays (2015/2016), Alexandra Cashin, Leader of Learning – Religious Education was awarded a scholarship to attend the annual

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Telephone +61 7 3369 5466
Absentee Hotline: +61 7 3510 6488
Boarding Reception: +61 7 3510 6438
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
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Student leadership

From when they first commence at Stuartholme, students are provided decision making and leadership opportunities. As each girl finds her way through school and identifies her own strengths, broader and more challenging leadership opportunities become available.

As the girls develop, they are expected to show initiative, lead by example, and be an inspiration to others; giving expression to the Goals of Sacred Heart Education.

Each student has the opportunity to nominate, and be nominated for various leadership positions, including: Blue and Green Ribbons; House and Boarding Captains, the Student Representative Council and Cor Unum Committee.

The Cor Unum Committee are a group of four Year 12 students who promote the Sacred Heart Goal of Building Community as a Christian Value. Guided by the Deputy Principal, Student Wellbeing, the Cor Unum Committee are often required to represent the school at official functions, lead school assemblies and foster school spirit among their peers.

Girls have many opportunities to develop their leadership skills and participate in meaningful community service projects both at school and in the wider community.

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