Leaders of 2018

January 1, 2018

Congratulations to our Student Leaders for 2018: College Captain EMILIA SPRY; Mission Captain AMY DENMAN; Arts Captain  MADELEINE GRAHAM; Sports Captain  ANNA BAXTER Here they are pictured with Principal, Mr Cahill late 2017 during the annual fundraiser day "Compete to Defeat". The 2017 College Captains were excited to welcome the 2018 Captains. The Brigidine Community will formally celebrate all of the members of the 2018 Student Leadership Team at the Opening Mass 9 February 2018.  

Brigidine smARTS

December 8, 2017

The creative curriculum at Brigidine College offers students opportunities to follow their passions in dance, drama, music, visual arts, textiles, sustainable and digital technologies. That's our Brigidine smARTS! Watch our students enhance the words of Queensland Ballet Artistic Director, Li Cunxin: https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te/redev-snr-syll/21st-century-skills/li-cunxin He talks about the richness offered to our students when they are open to learning new things; to develop skills like: *courage, imagination and passion *communication; flexibility in applying new learning *AND the value of hard work. As he says - "Have your heart in the right place." All of these values are at the heart of a Brigidine Education.

Brigidine develops 21st century skills

October 26, 2017

At Brigidine College, we embrace the future to support your daughter's learning by continually and appropriately responding to change in the digital age. Our students and staff feature prominently in this latest Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) video which explores the skills underpinning the General syllabuses. Watch and learn: https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te/redev-snr-syll/21st-century-skills/introduction   

Harness your own voice…

October 23, 2017

Penelope Twemlow holds among her many titles, that of The Founder and Chair of Women in Power. In this QCAA video, she lists some important skills for students in the 21st century.  Our Brigidine girls feature heavily in this footage because the qualities that she champions are those that we practise every day at Brigidine. https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te/redev-snr-syll/21st-century-skills/penelope-twemlow Brigidine girls are 'harnessing their own voices' because at the College, they have opportunities for leadership development. They are 'individuals working in a collective'.   They are 'flexible and agile in their 'out of the box' thinking'. A Brigidine Education is a well-rounded one where each young woman can discover her own passions. That's exactly what we are all about: creating strong and gentle young women with 21st century savvy! Visit the College and see for yourself.  Your daughter deserves the opportunity to be a woman of power, too.

An All Girls’ Education

October 10, 2017

Read the latest research collected by the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australiasia in the October newsletter: http://www.agsa.org.au/page/Research/Single-sex_education_for_girls_what_the_research_shows/ Give your daughter the opportunity to flourish in our all girls' environment at Brigidine College. See how the College can help your daughter flourish at the next Visitation Days on Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 March 2018 9.30-10.30am. It is well worth 'juggling' your family schedule to attend this "Tour and Tea" morning... A student guide will offer you a tour of the campus and then you are invited to share morning tea with the Principal and other staff.  This is the perfect way to see the College on a 'normal working day'.  Places are limited so book now on 3870 7225. Look forward to you joining us. Note:  Street parking only. Please use the Cecil Street entrance to the College.  

SUCCESS STORIES from strong female mentors:

Amanda Rojek (Rhodes Scholar & Senior of 2003) received an Medal of Achievement for her work with Ebola, http://www.itv.com/news/meridian/update/2015-09-17/oxford-scientists-receive-medals-for-tackling-ebola/ Dr Rojek is pictured (left)  in the blue dress about 1min.30secs into the video. And in a different field - past student Lise Carlaw is now an ‘Ambassador to Brisbane’ http://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-brisbane/team-brisbane/meet-team/music-culture-profiles Scroll to the heading: Those Two Girls.


Brigidine Sister and ACRATH member Sister Maree Marsh csb has been awarded the 2015 Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Award. The Anti-Slavery Freedom Awards recognise the outstanding work and contributions of individuals and organisations for initiatives against slavery and slavery-like practices including forced labour, forced marriage and human trafficking. Maree’s award acknowledged the work that she does supporting men, women and children who have been trafficked into Australia through her work as a psychologist at Anti-Slavery Australia. Maree has had a long association with ACRATH and was the National Chairperson 2012-2014. Read more through the Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH) website.