Reflecting on their Journey

Nostalgia and fond memories were stirred up in the minds of our students from Year 12 that have been a part of Prince of Peace College ever since their Prep days.  They spend some time reflecting on their educational journey during a visit to their former Prep classrooms and playground at the Junior Campus. My,…

Finn Awarded Grey Wolf

After years of dedicated planning and the completion of a range of adventurous activities and badges, Finn in Year 6 has been awarded the Grey Wolf Award. This award is the pinnacle of Scouting in the Cub Scout section, and is a true achievement and milestone. We congratulate Finn on his tireless work and devotion…

Gold Medal for Class of 2021 Graduate Sam Short

Sam Short, class of 2021 graduate and College Captain has blitzed the field in the pool this morning winning a Gold Medal in the 1500m at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, beating his personal best by 10 secs. Congratulations Sam on dominating in your favourite event, as well as securing a gold medal to go along…

Lucy Makes the Bebras Challenge Honour Roll

Lucy in Year 4 participated in this Semester’s Bebras Challenge, an international initiative aiming to promote informatics and computational thinking among students. Each challenge consists of 15 questions of increasing difficulty, with the highest possible score being 135 points. Lucy received a perfect score of 135, earning her a place on the official Bebras Honour…

Outstanding Swimming Nate!

Nate in Year 6 produced some outstanding results in the pool at the Queensland State Swimming Championships last week. Nate finished 5th in the 100m Freestyle, 7th in the 200m Individual Medley, 5th in the 50m Freestyle Relay, 16th in the 200m Open Freestyle and 16th in the 100m Backstroke. Nate also swam six PB’s…

Jeremiah in Les Misérables

Jeremiah in Year 4 has always loved singing, dancing and acting. He had an opportunity to pursue this passion in his debut performance in Lynch and Paterson’s stage production of Les Misérables playing at the Redcliffe Theatre. He played the role of Gavroche—a cheeky and tough street kid from the time of the French Revolution.