Redlands College is implementing a gradual shift towards a cashless system in the Tuckshop, with plans for full adoption by the upcoming TERM 2. The College Website offers detailed instructions on opening new accounts and loading funds onto student cards, ensuring a seamless transition. While EFTPOS and Student Card payments will continue to be accepted, Middle and Senior School students are encouraged to take advantage of the convenience of self-loading funds onto their student cards via their B0 accounts.
The SRC Valentine’s Day fundraiser for Breast Cancer research has been very well supported by the College community with lots of colour and some classics cranking on the playlist. Students were also reminded of God’s love for each of them through cards distributed to students’ lockers by the Spiritual Life Captains and SRC helpers.
- The Arena
- The Hub
- Middle HQ
- The Link
- The Core
- Middle School Colosseum
The Bayside District Crime Prevention Coordinators (DCPC) manage a team of Volunteers in Policing (ViP) and there are currently several vacancies.
Further information can be found at https://www.police.qld.gov.au/careers-with-the-qps/volunteers-in-policing. Enquiries can be sent to DCPC.Bayside@police.qld.gov.au. Applications close March 31, 2023.
For the second consecutive year, our school emerged victorious at the Science and Engineering Challenge held at QUT. Our team, consisting of 28 Year 9 and Year 10 students, took part in a variety of STEM challenges alongside 8 other schools.
The Queensland Government is conducting its annual statewide survey of all students who completed Year 12 in 2021. The Next Step survey is a brief, confidential survey that gains a comprehensive picture of the employment, study and life choices made by Queensland school completers in the year after they finish Year 12.
Between March and June, all our students who completed Year 12 last year can expect to receive instructions to complete a web-based survey or a telephone call from the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office. Please encourage them to take part. If their contact details have changed, please assist the interviewer with their updated details or forward the survey to their new address so they can participate.
Thank you for your support of the Next Step survey in 2022.
Further information on Next Step, including results from previous years, is available online at www.qld.gov.au/nextstep or on toll free telephone 1800 068 587.
The Redland Museum congratulates Redlands College students, Matilda Baker, Sienna Cooley, Yasmine Papajcsik and Amaya Kemp who also train with Dance by Brooke Cassar who were involved at the Opening of the Lisa Bolte Ballet Exhibition on Saturday evening, the 12th of March. The girls were commended on their professional and friendly manner. The Museum is grateful for their support of this local event and community spirit.
The Redland to Russia Exhibition will run at the Redland Museum until the end of May.
Redlands local dance students also have the opportunity to be coached by Lisa Bolte in the school holidays. For more information click here.