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Capricornus Quarterly : CQ April 2018
SCHOLARSHIP Big little actor RGS Year 5 student Alexander Connell has topped the State in his AMEB examination for Drama and Performance Preliminary Grade. Alexander, who is taught by RGS Dance and Musical Theatre Academy teacher Peta Horneman-Wren, last year had to impress the judges with his prose, poetry and mime sections. Alexander will be presented with his award in Brisbane on 9 June. SCHOLARSHIP Raw food & talent RGS Year 9 Agriculture students are studying the extra value raw produce can provide to different food items, using produce from the School’s Port Curtis Farm. Using some produce harvested early in the term, teacher Miss Sammy Cobon showed students how to make lime cordial and taught how beef jerky was made. Girls and boys will make their own food during Semester 2 from School grown foods such as grapefruit, tomatoes, corn, and basil whilst studying raw products and learning how they can be processed to develop value added food. CREATING CONFIDENT SMILES FOR PATIENTS OF ALL AGES 4921 0399 ROCKHAMPTON GLADSTONE YEPPOON w w w.luptonstewart.com.au News COMMUNITY Wave of help 38 RGS students, involved in the Reef Guardians programme, participated in citizen science coral reef monitoring surveys while snorkelling at Great Keppel Island’s Shelving Beach and Monkey Point. Students, pictured, also completed a marine debris clean up at Long Beach and Monkey Beach. They’ll return to the area in Term 2. CHARACTER & SCHOLARSHIP 2018 Primary leaders announced Ready to lead the RGS Primary School in 2018 are (Back, from left) Harry Clift, Alice McDonald, Ruby Newell, George Ward; (Front, from left) Summer Robertson, Hallie Cooper, Sophie Ramsay and Katie Harmsworth.
CQ Jan 2018