- Public Speaking
- Student Services
- Primary School
Our Senior Leaders were inducted yesterday at a special service at Christ Church. Congratulations to them all on their elected positions.
Four talented St Luke’s students delivered compelling speeches in a bid to win the Lion’s Public Speaking trophy – a highly anticipated event highlight within the Lions Youth of the Year Program.
St Luke’s Art Feast brought together work of nationally recognized artists, student art and all things creative. Loaded with creative inspiration and a strong community spirit the first annual Art Feast was a resounding success!
Mr Craig Merritt has officially stepped in as the Principal of St Luke’s Anglican School. He arrives with his wife, Tamara, an avid cook, and two children who join the St Luke’s Primary School: Chloe in Year 2, Ashton in Preparatory.
Joshua Taylor already knows how to scope out a good story and show it to the world. For almost 2 years he has filed a report that is published in the monthly Bargara Buzz’s pages. Joshua says that report writing and interviewing people – learning about amazing things and what other people have done – is a lot of fun.
There is no magic formula or short cuts that can be taken to get to the top and it requires hours of dedication every day. Sarah, who has recently finished her final exams, estimates she did about five hours of homework and study a day outside of school hours.
Jamie Burgess has gone from rise to rise in the past nine years since she played her first Netball game at the young age of 7.
This year the St Luke's Art Prize was awarded to the entire Year 11 Art Class for their recreation of the painting "Felix the Magic Dragon" by Rae Heint.
The new Policelink App is now the fastest way that you can report non-urgent matters to police.