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St Luke's Anglican School boasts an exceptional sporting tradition, and offers exclusive support for young athletes to accelerate their performance and compete in state and national events. Equally important are the numerous sporting programs that St Luke’s has established. These are designed to expose students to as many different activities as possible in a non-competitive environment.
How music affects the brain is a hot area for neuroscientists to analyse, and recent findings from a 20-year-long study justify why St Luke’s Performing Arts programs are well integrated within the school curriculum.
Makerspace is a dedicated creative space within the St Luke’s Learning Hub where students can play, tinker, take risks, fail, reflect, persevere and succeed.
St Luke’s staff commit four years guiding students to discover their personal strengths and the career opportunities that are best suited to their abilities.
After school activities are more popular than ever at St Luke’s Anglican School. School leaders host a variety of programs in sport, tutoring, dance, as well as the hugely popular Code Club.
It’s finally open! Member for Hinkler, the Hon. Keith Pitt attended the opening of the Middle School Building which provides eight state-of-the-art classrooms, multi-purpose areas, kitchen amenities, staff room, office, and an outdoor learning area. It is the first time that Middle School students can congregate together within St. Luke’s school.
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 teacher Mr Leon Wilson returned from an inspiring teacher exchange to Thailand earlier this year. Brimming with rich memories of intercultural experiences, Mr Wilson presented the impressive results of a film project he had embarked on with students at Pattaya high school, two hours south-east of Bangkok.
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.
May this Christmas be a time of peace and goodwill towards others as we continue to pray for the underprivileged in a very divided world.
A Message to our School Community at our 23rd Annual Speech Night 2016 from the Reverend Canon Len Nairn.
On behalf of the Corporation of the Synod of the Diocese of Brisbane, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Craig Merritt as Principal of St Luke’s Anglican School commencing January 2017.
This fast-changing, high tech world will be vastly different when our children are old enough to innovate many of our societal structures and assume the mantle of guardianship; and the scope through which they will evolve our world will be technology.
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.
Literacy planet is an online game-based learning tool that has captured the imagination of students throughout Australia and the UK where it is recognized as the leading software-of-choice in teaching literacy to kids between the ages of 4 and 15 years old.
Until 2011 the school's approach to digital services was very much centralised to on-campus computing facilities with traditional laboratories, but after the school-wide deployment of Google Apps today's BYO network that evolved see over 600 student-owned devices every week with anywhere from 60 to 80GB of internet consumed daily.
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.
St Luke’s Anglican School announced Year 12 student Jaren Peterson as the school’s recipient of the 2015 Caltex Best All Rounder Award, one of Australia’s most prestigious secondary school prizes.
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.
Rebecca’s life right now is equal parts senior study and intensive hockey training, with maybe a quick pause to recall her most recent success in London when she wore the green and gold to compete against Great Britain and the Netherlands.
We win Head of the River Rowing for the 4th Year in a Row! Well done to all of our Rowers, coaches and parents!
St Luke’s music students took home a swag of awards this year at the Bundaberg Regional Eisteddfod.