Student Activities

ROBOTICS CHAMPS TALK TALENT ON ABC RADIO

Robotics students from Brisbane Boys’ College and Somerville House introduced Kat Feeney from ABC Radio to the world of automated robots yesterdayS following their respective wins at the Robocup Regional Heats on Saturday. Hosted at Somerville House, students competed in three divisional competitions – Soccer, Onstage and Rescue. BBC’s robotics teams were well placed going …

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Sunday afternoon at “Jazz on the Green”

Brisbane Boys’ College and Clayfield College again combined musically this afternoon to perform at the inaugural “Jazz on the Green” at Clayfield College – a great way to while away a beautiful Brisbane winter sunny Sunday afternoon. After each band performed, and individual performances wooed the crowd, it was this amazing finale playing together with …

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Combined choirs blow audience away

BBC’s and Clayfield College’s choirs showcased their music ability tonight by combining for the 10th consecutive year but this year were joined by both schools’ senior strings ensembles for an afternoon’s practice creating music magic. Singing Festival Sanctus by John Leavitt and playing and singing Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Fauré, the combined choirs …

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Clayfield / BBC / Somerville ISCF Camp

Over the May long weekend, students from Brisbane Boys’ College (BBC), Clayfield College and Somerville House combined to attend an Inter-School Christian Fellowship (ISCF) camp in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland. Enjoying the fabulous weather together, students met new friends and joined to get to know God better and ventured into the rainforest and the …

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PMSA School Leaders’ Lunch

The new school captains and vice captains from our four PMSA schools gathered at Sunshine Coast Grammar School on Tuesday for lunch to meet, share ideas and collaborate. All the best to you all and your leadership teams for the 2019 year ahead.

The Greatest Debate

Clayfield College and Somerville House inspirationally started the 2019 debating season last night with a friendly debate on the proposition that robot teachers are the way of the future. Speaking to hundreds of excited audience members from both Clayfield and Somerville, the Year 12 debaters thrashed out well-founded arguments with a witty approach to give …

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2019 PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship winners announced

Max Clayton Jack Sims Isabelle Taylor Joanna Bach As a new school year begins, many of our 2018 senior students begin their journey beyond school and we congratulate four past students who have been awarded PMSA Teacher Education Scholarships for 2019. Each of the four 2019 scholarship winners – Max Clayton, Jack Sims, Joanna Bach …

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SCGS final day

Farewell to our graduating Year 12s

In tradition and fanfare, our four great schools today said farewell to the graduating Year 12 students as they head off on their own journey. We look forward to all they will achieve today, tomorrow and long into their futures. We wish our the Class of 2018 all the very best. Take care of yourself …

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BBC / Clayfield Leadership Retreat

BBC and Clayfield College student leaders for 2019 collaborated over the last few days at a Leadership Retreat at Alexandra Headlands. Almost 60 Year 11 students, who will take over student leadership positions in 2019, worked together and separately through a program to improve leadership, public speaking and team building skills and also included a …

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Art Competition winners announced

After much deliberation over more than 200 entries from students in the PMSA Student Art Competition, judges today have announced the winners of the four age categories at each of the PMSA schools.  The competition was judged by PMSA board member and art enthusiast Professor Jennifer Radbourne, PMSA chairman and architect Greg Adsett and past …

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