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This year sees all our young men in the Senior School equipped with the latest tablet and stylus (digital pen) technology but what does that mean for teaching?
Churchie Old Boy James Dyer takes a top academic honour in the QCAA 2017 Distinguished Academic Achiever Awards.
Year 11 Film and TV student Austin Macfarlane has taken out second place at this year’s prestigious Tropfest Junior short film competition.
Churchie's Director of Innovation and Learning Dr Terry Byers was recently featured on The Conversation about his research into how space influences teaching and learning.
Students in Year 7 are undertaking their first Senior School Outdoor Education experience on a journey near Moogerah Peaks National Park region.
On Tuesday 30 January at St John’s Cathedral, Churchie’s community joined together in prayer to commemorate Churchie’s founding Headmaster, Canon Morris, and to anoint and commission our 2018 school leaders.
Churchie congratulates the class of 2017 who achieved excellent academic results with 23 OP1s, 13 OP2s, 22 OP3s and 48% of class with OP1 to 5.
Recent Year 12 graduate Lachlan Macfarlane's short film Solitaria was awarded Best Drama at the Bond University Film and Television Awards.
Meredith Erbacher (Head of Information Services) and Brian Bodel (Teacher-librarian and English teacher) have published an article in Teacher Magazine about Churchie's Reading Resilience Programme.
Anglican Church Grammar School
East Brisbane QLD Australia 4169
phone 61 7 3896 2200
fax 61 7 3891 5976