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Wednesday, 23 Mar 2022

CACaburras Embark on Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Expedition

On Saturday 12 March 2022, Year 10 Coomera Anglican College students adventured through Mt Barney National Park to complete their Adventurous Journey for their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) Award. The Award is an internationally recognised youth development program for all young adults aged 14 to 24, helping cultivate individual...
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Tuesday, 22 Feb 2022

Flourishing Community – Strength to Strength

The symbol of our theme reminds us that at the heart of all that we do is our students. The two hands guide, support and remain open to the individual. Strength to strength points to how we meet one another in our community. Acknowledging our strengths and learning journey and...
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Wednesday, 16 Feb 2022

Flourishing Minds – Strength to Strength

Leveraging these strengths allows us to imagine, set and achieve our most ambitious goals. I am certain it is this mindset that allowed a farm in Upper Coomera to grow into the flourishing community it is today.  Flourishing – Mind, Heart, Soul, Strength is the language we use to articulate...
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Friday, 03 Dec 2021

Celebrating 2021 and 25 Years

Our key highlights from the year include: 25 Year Barn Dance - a celebration from the small farmhouse that the College has grown fromYear 12 FormalVisit of the Teddy Bear Hospital for Year 1 studentsClass of 2017 Taylor Smith with the Brisbane Lions wins their first AFLW premiershipANZAC Day ServiceBeauty and...
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Tuesday, 31 Aug 2021

Dr Love and Archaeology

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted schools significantly over the past 18 months. With students and teachers experiencing this first hand, they have had to adapt quickly to the ever-changing environment transition from learning at school to learning from home. As Coomera Anglican College works hard to deliver real world experiences,...
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Monday, 19 July 2021

The Connected Curriculum

Educational theorists such as Bruner and Gardner, have long argued that the focus of teaching curriculum content should enable teachers to make connections between learners’ existing knowledge and their individual learning styles in the context of new experiences. This challenge can be addressed by providing opportunities for students to...
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Monday, 24 May 2021

Archibald Prize finalist Abdul Abdullah workshop

Coomera Anglican College 2021 Artists in Residency program invited Archibald Prize finalist Abdul Abdullah to talk to their Senior Art student cohort about multiculturalism, projection of identity and minority groups within Australia. Abdul Abdullah is an Australian multi-disciplinary artist. Abdullah’s projects have engaged with different marginalized minority groups, which he...
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