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Always was, always will be.

This year’s theme for NAIDOC Week recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for the Australian continent for more than 65,000 years. The PMSA is proud to celebrate NAIDOC Week acknowledging that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were Australia’s first explorers, first navigators, first engineers, first farmers, first botanists, first scientists, first …

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PMSA Communique – Term 4, 2020

The PMSA’s quarterly news for Term 4, 2020 to our school community and interested subscribers is out now. VIEW PMSA COmmunique Term 4, 2020 PMSA Communique provides our broader school community an update on activities and relevant information from the PMSA at the beginning on each school term. We also send this directly via email …

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Teacher Education Scholarship recipient makes connections

Brooke Hayes now teaching Year 2 at St Dympna’s Primary School in Aspley. Brooke on a prac teaching in the Solomon Islands – a humbling experience. For Brooke Hayes – PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship recipient, Clayfield College Old Collegian, and now first year primary school teacher – her teaching and life journey so far has …

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PMSA Teacher Education Scholarships for 2021 now open

Past PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship recipient Lachlan Johnstone began teaching at BBC after graduating. Are you a recent graduate or current Year 12 student from our PMSA schools who would like to study teaching in 2021? If you are, don’t miss applying for the limited number of PMSA Teacher Education Scholarships, each worth $2,000 per …

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Approved for National Redress Scheme

After more than a year of working through the approval process, the PMSA and our schools were this month approved to participate in the National Redress Scheme. Those who have experienced abuse can now seek redress through the National Redress Scheme. The Scheme was created in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to …

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Acknowledging reconciliation

As National Reconciliation Week starts today, the PMSA Group would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which our PMSA schools now stand and where our students have the privilege of learning each day – the Turrbal peoples from the north side of the Brisbane River, the Jagera peoples of the south …

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Thank you to all our volunteers: National Volunteer Week

https://youtu.be/YMPOawzacUo It’s the start of National Volunteer Week 2020 and we know how hard our volunteers work to keep our organisation running. And although we are always grateful, we’d like to make a special shout out to recognise and acknowledge all of our wonderful volunteers who work so hard to make the PMSA and our …

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PMSA Group Office and schools respond to COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, our schools are following the advice and directions of government departments which is continually evolving. Schools are regularly communicating directly with their school community on how this advice affects individual school activities. A lovely little video of Grammar Preps is one of the many positive examples of how …

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Inaugural Annual Australian Leadership Lecture coming for Year 12s

There are few moments when we have the time to contemplate the larger issues of life, such as the future of our nation and our world, and how we can shape it. The PMSA Annual Australian Leadership Lecture launched this week is designed in this spirit to promote thought and debate on important social issues, …

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