OPEN MORNING: THURSDAY 13 AUGUST FROM 8AM FOR AN ADDRESS BY PRINCIPAL ROS CURTIS, STUDENT-LED TOURS AND MORNING TEA WITH SENIOR STAFF.
EDUCATING BRISBANE GIRLS St Margaret’s has a long-held reputation as a smaller school that makes an enormously positive impact on girls’ education. WITH ACADEMIC RESULTS well above state averages, together with an inspired extracurricular program catering for wide ranging interests, a St Margaret’s girl is motivated and enthusiastically engaged in all aspects of school life. Principal Ros Curtis says St Margaret’s smaller size means that each child is known and nurtured at a very individual level.
“Our personalised approach to learning ensures that every student is both supported and challenged to achieve her academic goals,” said Ms Curtis. “She may require additional learning support, or could be a high achieving student who would benefit from academic extension through our Flyers Program. We will recognise and understand her
At St Margaret’s, every child is known, and every child has access to opportunities that allow her to shine in her own way, find her own direction, develop at her own pace, and, with it, the confidence to find her own voice and speak her truth. Learn more at Open Morning, Thursday 13 August 8am to 10.30am Contact the Registrar on (07) 3862 0762 or email email@example.com
needs and respond accordingly.” At St Margaret’s, the extracurricular participation rate is very high and plays an important role in a well-rounded education and in broadening the girls’ horizons. “As well as these opportunities at home, our Year 10 signature global exchange program to ten schools across the globe can be life-changing for those who participate,” said Ms Curtis. ST MARGARET’S 11 PETRIE ST, ASCOT P 3862 0777 WWW.STMARGARETS.QLD.EDU.AU
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