As always, Queensland Academies students excel in communication through being involved in a range of activities. These activities have allowed them to collaborate effectively and listen to the perspectives of other individuals and groups.
Queensland Academies Health Sciences campus students, along with students from other Gold Coast schools, recently participated in the Bond University High School Model United Nations conference. The event took place over 2 days. Students were required to complete research and write a Position Paper before they attended the conference. Click here to read more
Students from the Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology competed in the 2018 IM2C challenge. IM2C is designed to extend students and to push mathematics increasingly from theory into practice. Teams were able to determine a five-day period between 13–29 March in which to work on a centrally set modelling problem and to prepare and submit the report of their solution to the IM2C administration centre hosted by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Click here to read more
Meanwhile, Queensland Academies Creative Industries campus Year 11 Film students were treated to three days of film immersion surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Natural Bridge, near the New South Wales Border. Wenonah van Damme, Year 11 film student provides her reflection of her time away. Click here to read more