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1 2012 Annual Government Report Faith hope justice self-control courage integrity wisdom

2 PRINCIPAL S FORWARD I am pleased to present this report to our community at Emmanuel College. You will find that it provides you with a range of material and information that will give you a fair and balanced snapshot of the life and successes of the College in School information Address: Birmingham Road, Carrara QLD 4211 Telephone: Facsimile: Website: A.B.N.: CRICOS Provider No.: 00789B Postal Address: locked Bag 5, Nerang QLD 4211 Year levels offered: preparatory to Year 12 School Sector: Independent Co-educational or single sex: Co-educational Total enrolments: As at 1 November 2012, there were 611 students enrolled in the Junior School and 865 students enrolled in the Senior School a total of 1476 students. This report is intended to serve two purposes: 1. To fulfil our statutory reporting requirements under State and Commonwealth legislation (some of which may be of little general interest and requires detailed statistics); and 2. To provide parents (and prospective parents) with a highly readable summary of the school year. Overall, our College has again provided excellent opportunities to almost 1500 students in our care. We hope that we have generally provided high standards of care and responsiveness to their parents also. We are committed to excellence in our academic programs as well as all of our co-curricular programs. Our continuing record is that we are achieving these levels of excellence, but we remain determined to continue to improve each year. As a Christian school, we do not apologise for the Christian flavour which permeates our school and our published materials. We are committed, however, not just to mouthing platitudes about Christianity, nor to encouraging mindless emotionalism, but to developing thoughtful and analytical young people who have examined the Christian faith carefully. Our philosophical position as a school is that the Christian faith responds favourably to sharp intellectual analysis and robust debate. It is the role of an educational institution to provide the right atmosphere for thoughtful enquiry in a safe and supportive environment. It is also our responsibility to accept that not all students will arrive at that position whilst they are still at school. The College is administered at governance level by a Board of Directors, who have the oversight of the College, through the parent company, Emmanuel College. The College reports on financial matters to the Commonwealth Department of Education and is responsible to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (A.S.I.C.) as a not-for-profit corporation. This annual report details all relevant information regarding the progress of Emmanuel College in It is our goal that the information contained will give an accurate snapshot of our College and its achievements. Location and Details Emmanuel College is a co-educational school, located at Birmingham Road, Carrara on the Gold Coast. The College offers schooling from Preparatory through to Year 12 and also provides a fully accredited Out of School Hours Care facility. There is an affiliated on-campus kindergarten that commenced operations in January The College is centrally positioned on the Gold Coast within 15 to 20 minutes drive from Robina, Varsity Lakes, Mermaid Waters, Broadbeach, Clear Island Waters, Benowa Waters, Southport, Ashmore, land Park, Mudgeeraba and Bonogin. Emmanuel is renowned for its high quality of Information Technology, Performing Arts and Sport programs; a reputation of a caring and dedicated staff; and a beautiful campus. Extensive co-curricular offerings are listed later in this report. Religion and Affiliations Emmanuel College is an independent multi-denominational Christian school and is a member of I.S.Q. (Independent Schools, Queensland), A.C.S. (Associated Christian Schools) and A.H.I.S.A. (Association of Heads of Independent Schools, Australia).

3 Key student outcomes Year 12 performance outcomes 2012 The dedication, persistence and enthusiasm of the Year 12 cohort for 2012 resulted in 1 student achieving and OP 1 and 27% of the OP-eligible Senior Class achieved a score between 1 and 5. Furthermore, 68% of the cohort received an OP 10 or better while 96% of eligible students gained and OP score between 1 and 15, well above the State figure of 78%. Total Senior Certificates awarded 135 % of OP-eligible students with an OP % % of students with a Senior Certificate and 42% with one or more VET qualifications % of students with a Senior Certificate who 98% are eligible for an OP and/or have VET qualifications % of QTAC Applicants receiving an offer 96% Curriculum Distinctives (Grouped according to Key Learning Areas) Business Computing Student attendance and retention Emmanuel College has a high retention rate, while attendance indicates a high degree of satisfaction among students. The attendance rate in 2012 was 94.29%. The Year 10 to 12 Apparent Retention Rate is defined as the number of fulltime students in Year 12 in any given year expressed as the percentage of those students who were in Year 10 two years previously. For the 2012 cohort, this retention rate is 109.6% which means that Emmanuel College retains a high number of students from Year 10 to Year 12 (Movements of students in and out of the College are not shown) 2012 National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy Results The results of the NAPLAN testing at Emmanuel College for each of the year cohorts are well above State averages and the National Benchmarks. The whole school community should celebrate the standard achieved by these year level cohorts. As a school with a non-selective academic enrolment policy, Emmanuel College could reasonably expect these results to more or less mirror the State level expectations, or even go down from time to time because of swings in smaller population numbers. However, the results are consistently higher, not lower. The benefits of a strong academic program introduced in the Preparatory classes are reflected in the performance of our children National Assessment Program Year College Mean State Mean % Above State Australian Mean % Above Aust Numeracy Reading Writing Spelling Grammar and Punctuation Overall Overall 8.92 Students run their own enterprise at the annual Yr 9 Mega Munchie Market Day, trade show at Yr 10 BOM Trade Display, on-going enterprise in Yr 11 Business Studies ASX Share market game BuySmart competition Griffith Law School Street Law Program Investigative study Dreamworld Yr 11 Business Studies Sales and Marketing and Yr 12 BOM Operations Management Business Lunch Tutorial Program Business Ambassador s Program Griffith University GriffBus School Program Christian Education Junior School Bible memory verses and understanding Biblical teaching Senior School Bible teaching and critical analysis of the world in which we live Community Service Study of Religion Ethnographic study of a religious community: internet study of ethical issues Internet and creative tasks using Apple computers Mission trips to Dalby, St George, Chinchilla, Thallon, Bollon, Dirranbandi, Thailand Fundraising in support of a school in Mozambique Lunchtime Bible clubs A wide range of specialist software used throughout the school including the full suite of Microsoft and Adobe products Computing Labs for Graphic Design, Film and TV, Art, LOTE, Music and Business Studies Advanced academic computer courses in Senior IPT Inventors Club exploring physical computing, electronics and programmable controllers Lego Robotics Interactive Whiteboards used throughout the school Projection and Sound capability in every classroom A wide range of multimedia capability with editing machines, video cameras and production rooms Year 6 students have the opportunity to join a Video Production Program Film and TV Club producing news and College videos University of New South Wales competition for exceptional computing students in Years 3 to 6 density wireless capability throughout the campus Fibre connected internet Classroom saturation with student laptops (1:1 in Senior School and 1:3 in Junior School) An open network, encouraging students to bring their own devices Virtual Windows Desktop Environment accessible via most popular platforms including Windows, Mac, ios, and Android

4 Curriculum Distinctives (Grouped according to Key Learning Areas) Creative Arts English Mathematics Humanities Six Choirs Co-curricular music. AMEB and Guildhall Trinity examinations Year 12 music extension concert Eighteen bands/orchestras including small ensembles Music camps Ensemble tours Worship services Extension Drama Off The Cuff Drama Improvisation Festival Emmanuel Theatre opening concert Eisteddfods Specialised String program for Year 3 and 4 Ensemble invitational to Corporate events Year 12 Drama Sydney / NIDA excursion and other excursions Speech and Drama program - AMEB and Guildhall Trinity examinations Drama festival Twilight Concerts Junior/Senior presentation night performances Sports award night performance ANZAC service presentation Easter service presentation Arts festival Artist visit Art exhibitions Dance academy Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz and Tap Health and P.E. Prep-Year 9 Swimming programs including learn-to-swim for Prep - Year 3 Water Safety and rescue skills for Prep Year 3 students (in Term 4) so that they can help themselves, a friend or family member in an aquatic emergency Prep Year 3 Fundamental Motor Skills units Years 4-9 Athletics and games units Lifesaving & First Aid unit (non-certificate, adapted for school implementation) for Year 8 and elective Year 9 PE classes Video analysis computer software for Year 9 12 PE classes. Students use sports video analysis software to critique their physical performances, detect errors and aid the development of corrective coaching approaches Partnered dancing units for Year PE students (fostering mutual respect as well as assessable dancing skills amongst male and female students). Years Physical Education students conduct theoretical studies in the Sports Science and Sports Medicine fields as well as research into solutions for Sociological issues such as Obesity, Social inclusion in sports and Low physical activity participation rates Extra emphasis on English skills Grammar, punctuation and spelling is taught explicitly from Year 1 to 10 Comprehension skills taught explicitly in P-12 Teachers hear every Junior School student read in the first few weeks of school and continue this through the year for early years students and students who require reading and comprehension support One lesson per week dedicated to teaching English skills in the Senior School English Extension offered in Year 12 English Communication course for students in Years 10 to 12 English tutorials offered three lunchtimes per week to support students who need extra help with their English work in the Senior School University of New South Wales competition Select students in Years 3-10 National literacy test Debating Public speaking competitions A.B. Paterson public speaking competition Film and Television Hospitality Fully catered breakfasts, brunches, luncheons and dinners as well as special afternoon teas Barista course Catering for the Year 12 Graduation ceremony Preparation of meals for Emmanuel College families in need Organisation and operation of lunchtime cafes Languages other than English German and Chinese extension activities. Use of Interactive Whiteboards Gold Coast MLTAQ Speech contest China trip German trip China exchange program German exchange program Chinese Club German native speaker assistance in the classroom Mathematics learning using Interactive Whiteboards and hands-on materials Use of Mathletics for all students from Year 1-6 to enable students to master concepts Use of online tutoring software including Mathsonline and QAX Extension classes for Year 2 to 6 students Free tutorials offered to students at lunch-time in the Senior School Maths Olympiad Australian Mathematics competition University of New South Wales competition Integrated use of technology such as spreadsheets, data analysis packages and graphics calculators Science Learning interest is greatly enhanced by the supplementation of numerous science based teaching aids Curriculum content is supported through integration of frequent laboratory experiences Regular enrichment science classes taught in all Junior School classes by specialist Science teacher Science is integrated into literacy and numeracy teaching in the Junior School, where possible, to enable students to develop a deep understanding of topics percentage of students choose a senior Science (Biology, Chemistry, Marine Science, Physics) many of whom select two or more A large number of students (far in excess of national trends) go on to study tertiary science courses Experiential learning through inclusion of relevant curricular focused excursions Beyond the classroom curriculum students are encouraged to participate in: GUEST Advanced Entry University course program Bond University for a Semester Advanced Entry University course program National Science and Engineering challenge Royal Australian Chemical Institute Titration competition University of New South Wales Science competition Australian Science Innovations Big Science Competition National Chemistry Competition Griffith University Science Competition In the Junior School, History is integrated into literacy and numeracy to enable a deep understanding of the concepts In the Junior School, Geography is integrated into Science and History teaching to provide a purpose for the learning and a deep understanding of the world as a whole Implementation of the National History Curriculum Year 7-9 Emphasis on skills building including research, critical reading and thinking, evaluation and use of primary and secondary historical sources Identification of issues and the links to current events both nationally and internationally Students are required to complete assessment using a variety of genres that stimulate higher order thinking and problem solving Humanities tutorials are provided once per week for students who require extra time or assistance Senior History students are thoroughly prepared for tertiary education through a comprehensive program that teaches research skills and assignment preparation Students have access to a wide range of technologies to enhance learning Implementation of National Geography Curriculum Senior Geography students consistently exposed to Geographical conventions through field trips and report construction Industrial Technology and Graphics Junior School students are taught Design Technology by a specialised teacher with one lesson per week Machine and Power tool operation Safety procedures and workshop organization Engineering studies - focusing on metal fabrication and the Casting process used within the Foundry industry Aerospace: A study into the theory of flight. The construction and operation of model planes. Analysis of performance due to modifications made to the models The design and presentation of engineering drawings to be utilised by the manufacturing industry The design and construction of Architectural drawings that represent a dwelling to be constructed for a client Business graphics undertaken in senior requires students to design signage that may be used throughout the College to promote each department. A Trade Fair display is designed and presented by the students to be used by the college at a schools expo

5 Co-curricular offerings Performing arts Academic Co-Curricular CO-CURRICULAR DRAMA NAPLAN In Year 3, our 78 students over the 5 assessed areas (Numeracy, Reading, Writing, Spelling and Grammar & Punctuation) achieved the highest band of achievement 93 times and beyond the testable limit of the paper 35 times. The highest band of achievement for Year 3 test papers is Band 6 and this is above the benchmark for Year 9 students. None of our students were below or even on benchmark. Our Year 3 students achieved the highest overall score for any Queensland school in writing (apart from one small school with 5 students in Year 3 which is statistically void). Similarly, our 107 students in Year 5 achieved the highest band of achievement for their assessments, Band 8, 77 times and beyond the testable limit of the paper 27 times. In Year 7, our 136 students over the 6 assessed areas (Numeracy (with a calculator), Numeracy (without a calculator), Reading, Writing, Spelling and Grammar & Punctuation) reached their highest level, Band 9, 46 times and beyond the testable limit of the paper 45 times. In Year 9 the highest level for the tests is Band 10 and this was reached 90 times by our 130 students. We are very proud of our students for reaching these impressive levels and proud of our teachers for nurturing the potential of these students. Other activities: AB Paterson Speaking competition, ECNews team, Chess club, Debating, Maths Olympiad, Senior School Science Specialists taking occasional Junior School science lessons, Life Education and Wipe out Waste programs for P-6 students, Day of Excellence and Writers Cup. Gifted and Talented Programs ECcelerate Maths lessons are continuing for students in Years 3-6 and are also offered to students in Year 2 in Semester 2. ECcelerate Reading is offered to all students in Years 3-6 and is continuing to evolve. ECcelerate Writing is also offered to students from Years 3-6. ECcelerate Philosophy is offered to Year 6 students in Semester 2 and ECcelerate Drama began for students in Years 5 and 6. University of New South Wales Competitions In 2012, the students in Years 3-6 had the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitions run by the University of New South Wales. Most of our students in Year 4 and 6 participated in the English and Mathematics Competitions, with the exception of a few students whose parents preferred that they be tutored during this time. A number of children were invited to participate in the remaining competitions. The results are as follows: MATHEMATICS COMPETITION ENGLISH COMPETITION SCIENCE COMPETITION WRITING COMPETITION COMPUTING COMPETITION SPELLING COMPETITION Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) 2012 was a new and exciting year for all the OSHC staff and children. Emmanuel College OSHC was outsourced to Camp Australia, Camp Australia facilitates a number of OSHC Services across the Gold Coast region. They are a Melbourne based company, but they have Regional Managers to support all the schools and their Coordinators. Changes were kept to a minimum, including the retention of the same staff and one additional staff member. Coordinator : Tina West Assistant Coordinator: Rebecca Quigley Assistants: Jane Quigley & Katie Frew Our Vacation care Programs for the holiday periods of 2012 were maximised to meet the needs of the National Quality Framework. We also welcomed many newcomers into the service and we look forward to meeting many more new families in Excursions and Incursions As part of a flourishing curriculum complimenting the academic rigours of workshops undertaken at school, students have been able to experience live theatre. lights included: Sydney Performing Arts Trip: Workshop 1 Voice Workshop 2 Physical Theatre Macbeth Sydney Opera House Tour of Sydney Opera House Love Never Dies Capital Royal The New Electric Ballroom SBW stables Theatre Off the Cuff Improvisational Festival Curriculum Excursions Year 10 - As you like it at La Boite Theatre Year 11 - The Harbinger at La Boite Theatre Year 12 Never Ending Story Years 7, 8, 9 & 10 - Shake and Stir incursion Romeo and Juliet Years 10, 11 & 12 - Grin & Tonic Incursion Hamlet, Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet Theatre in Motion These regular theatre trips to a diverse range of theatres exposed students to a plethora of theatrical experiences. lights included: Rhythm Junkies Brisbane Powerhouse Bare Witness - Billie Brown Theatre Drama Clubs Drama Clubs operate in Years 7 to 8 (Junior), Years 9 to 10 (Intermediate) and Years 11 to 12 (Senior), either at lunchtimes or outside of school hours. They provide students with an opportunity to foster their love of Drama with a series of workshops and rehearsals culminating in performances at The Gold Coast Drama Festival proved to be another extremely successful year at this year s Gold Coast Secondary Schools Drama Festival. Our students worked tirelessly at rehearsal after rehearsal to dazzle audiences with three exceptional productions to receive the following results: ENSEMBLE Junior Drama Club Intermediate Drama Club Senior Drama Club AWARD Numerous highly commended certificates Runners up for the division Two acting trophies Numerous highly commended certificates for production and performance elements Adjudicator s awards Drama Eccelerate Continuing in 2012, this exciting addition to co-curricular Drama activities took off again with a bang with year 4 and 5 students immersing themselves in lively, loud and enthralling ensemble work. Speech and Drama Student numbers continue to grow as lessons are offered for individual, paired or small groups. Whether focusing on developing confidence, public speaking skills, examination preparation, competition, public performance or audition technique, these lessons are tailor- made and ensure that specialist needs are met. Examinations Students were entered for both Trinity and AMEB exams in November with huge success and outstanding results across the board. Twilight Concerts These informal performances give students of all ages an opportunity to demonstrate their talents to their peers, friends and family in an intimate setting. Both Drama and Dance students enjoyed these occasions as they developed an awareness of audience and they enjoyed the experience of sharing their skills in a public arena. The College Fete Another successful year of Raw Talent resulted in a multitude of students enjoying the public platform at the Fete. Gold Coast Eisteddfod It has been another exceptional year for Emmanuel College in both participation and achievement during the 2012 Gold Coast Eisteddfod with many students receiving 1st, 2nd, and 3rd placing in a range of different categories.

6 Co-curricular MUSIC A successful and dynamic instrumental music program, the program contains 24 large orchestras, bands and ensembles and choirs; 19 Co-curricular music tutors and over 590 students receiving individual, paired or group tuition on a weekly basis. Some of the ensembles offered include: Senior Wind Symphony, Senior Concert Band, Intermediate Concert Band, Junior Concert Band, Year 5 Concert Band, Emmanuel Big Band, Jazz Ensemble, Junior Stage Band, Senior String Orchestra, Junior String Orchestra 1, Junior String Orchestra 2, Junior String Orchestra 3, Year 5 String Orchestra A & B, Senior String Quartets, Junior String Quartets, Emmanuel College Chorus, Emmanuel Chorus, Intermediate Choir, Junior Choir, Chapel Band, Brass Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Quintet and various saxophone and clarinet quartets and ensembles. lights and achievements Performance highlights include: Workshops for our Senior ensembles with Queensland Conservatorium staff; Intermediate Band Camp at Tyalgum The College s Easter service; The College s Anzac Day service; Intermediate workshop with internationally renowned conductors; Herbie Hancock - QPAC Strings soiree concerts; The Gold Coast Eisteddfod; The College Fete; The Year 5 music camp; Music Extension recital evening; Ensemble invitational to Corporate events; Opening Gala concert for our new Emmanuel Theatre The Junior and Senior Presentation Nights; The College s Sports Awards evening; Chapel Band. The association with Crossroads - a church service held for people with disabilities is a unique and special event on the performance calendar. Gold Coast Eisteddfod It has been another exceptional year for Emmanuel College in both participation and achievement during the 2012 Gold Coast Eisteddfod. The major award achieved by Emmanuel College was: Best Overall Primary School Other achievements: ENSEMBLE PLACE SECTION Junior String Quartet 1st Primary Trio or Quartet Senior String Trio 3rd Open Trio or Quartet Senior String Orchestra 3rd MS/SS String Orchestra A Grade Early Years Choir 3rd Infant school choir Junior Choir 3rd PS Choir B Grade Senior Concert Band 2nd Middle School Concert Band or Orchestra Clarinet Choir 2nd Open Age Instrument Ensemble Jazz Quintet 3rd Open Age Instrument Ensemble Emmanuel College Ensemble 2nd Open Age Instrument Ensemble Intermediate Concert Band 2nd PS Concert Band or Orchestra Intermediate Stage Band 3rd MS/SS Stage Band C Grade Junior String Orchestra 3 1st Primary School Novice String Orchestra Co-curricular Dance Emmanuel Dance Academy The Dance Academy has enjoyed another successful year of dance. Under the tutelage of Principal Dance Teacher Miss Megan Kerkow, and co-teacher Mrs Yvette Scholz, the Dance Academy s 190 students studied many different styles, including Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Musical Theatre and Contemporary. With a timetable of over 30 classes a week, all lessons were taken outside of school hours. Achievements Commonwealth Society of Teachers Of Dance Over 90% of our tapping students received Honours or higher for their annual CSTD Dance Examination Vaganova Ballet Our students successfully completed their first year of Vaganova Ballet Examinations, with many students receiving s Gold Coast Eisteddfod Our senior students competed beautifully in various sections, receiving a place for each routine entered Dance Academy Concert The annual Dance Concert held at the Gold Coast Arts Centre was a spectacular showcase of Dance, featuring students from Little e s to Year 12.

7 SPORT APS District Carnival Results Aggregate Placing APS Carnival Results Swimming Junior School 1st 2nd 2nd 4th 4th 3rd Swimming Senior School 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st Cross Country Junior School 4th 6th 5th 5th 5th 7th Cross Country Senior School 4th 4th 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd Athletics Junior School 1st 6th 2nd 3rd 8th 5th Athletics Senior School 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st Our Cross Country team just failed to win the Aggregate Shield, but by virtue of earning more points than the previous year s win, claimed our first ever Percentage Shield. So we swapped one shield for the other. In the APS Athletics, our team withstood a very strong challenge from nearest rival All Saints, to retain our Aggregate Shield and like the Swimming and Cross Country, earned so many points that we also won the percentage Shield. This was the 1st time ever in APS history, that the same school has held both the Aggregate and Percentage Athletics Trophies for two successive years. What a great job by the more than two hundred swimmers and Athletes to seal such wonderful results. In analysing our successes, we should also make mention of the contribution that our fantastic new Long/Triple Jump training facility made. A special thanks to the Board and school administration for its investment in this asset. At an individual level we continue to see the rise of outstanding new talent in the ranks. Hayley Raso became the first Emmanuel student to represent Australia in an Open team sport when she donned the Green and Gold for the Matildas in two matches against New Zealand. This was on top of being a part of Canberra United s Premiership win in the Australian Women s W League final. realise the depth and variety of sporting students currently in the school. In 2012, Emmanuel once again had the highest proportion of Regional Sporting Representative students per head of population in the South Coast Region. In team sports, our APS seasons were again impressive with many premierships won in both seasons. Particularly pleasing to see this year was the number of teams being taken to State Championships by teachers. We had teams at State Titles in Touch, Basketball, Volleyball, Netball, Athletics and Swimming, with the Gold Medal win by the Open Girls Volleyballers in Division 2, a particular highlight. Another first for team sport was our combined Open Rugby camp with All Saints. It was a great weekend that helped foster the type of on-field sporting goodwill that underpins our school and APS sporting philosophy. In December 2012, our Open Girls Athletics team were crowned Australian Champions with a stunning win at the Australian Schools Knockout Championship in Launceston, while one week later, our Open Girls Volleyball team won the Australian Division 2 Title at the Australian Schools Volleyball Cup in Melbourne! In the history of Emmanuel s sport, 2012 will be remembered for both our dominance of the APS carnivals, but more significantly, as the year that three past Emmanuel students represented Australia at the London Olympics. One of the ongoing challenges in any school is to create a long term sporting culture that nurtures, encourages and supports outstanding sporting students to achieve their personal goals. That is why it was so exciting to see Cameron McEvoy (4 x 100 & 200 Freestyle ), Jenny-Lyn Anderson (Synchronised swimming ) and Sarah Bombell (Synchronised swimming), all wearing the Green & Gold of Australia at the same Olympics. We can only hope that the example they have set will continue to inspire current and future Emmanuel students to similar heights. Back on our sporting fields, and in our pool, 2012 was almost a replica of our stunning 2011 year. Who would have thought that we could possibly defend virtually each of the major APS trophies we won last year? Yet, that is what happened, as a new crop of students stepped up to the mark, trained hard and set about putting their stamp on our sporting history. For the 2nd successive year we have finished up as holders of five of the six major APS carnival shields in the Senior School. Our swimmers set the tone once again by the winning the Aggregate and Percentage double, even increasing our winning margin from our dominant 2011 result. This made it an Aggregate Hat-trick; such has been our swimming depth! Luke Percy, Blake Jones and Brittany McEvoy were all multiple individual medal winners at various Australian Age, Schools & Trans Tasman Swimming events with Luke and Blake almost dead heating in a one-two finish in the 50m freestyle final of the Australian Schools Championship. From our own pool, freestyler Dan Pisconeri is now a consistent Australian Finalist in freestyle as well. In athletics, Casidhe Crane Simmons was crowned Australian u18 Heptathlon Champion, while Phoebe-Rose Turton, Ellen Scott-Young and Emma Dick remained right at the pointy end of Australian Age Athletics, Emma was also runner up Australian u17 Iron women in Surf Lifesaving. In Kayaking, Alex Mackenzie Templar had a stellar season, winning a number of National titles, while in Cycling, Sean Grimes and Riley Maule continue to excel at National levels. In triathlon, Breony Heaton finished in 6th place at the Australian Schools Titles, while in Netball, Rebecca Hong and Samantha Palmer had exceptional years at State and National level. Emerson Lemkau also represented Qld at the National Australian Rules Championships. Below these champions are hundreds of other high-achieving and very motivated sporting students. You only have to look at the lists of Gold and Silver Badge winners on these pages to

8 Sport COntinued VALUE ADDED Pastoral Care State, National or International Champions/Medallists The College provides high levels of pastoral care, under the guidance of the Director of Early Childhood, the Director of Junior Years and the Director of Student Welfare. Name Grade Achievement Hayley Raso 12 Australian Open Women s Soccer Team - Matildas Luke Percy 12 Australian Swimming Champion- multiple events. Casidhe Simmons 12 Australian U18 Heptathlon Champion Blake Jones 11 Australian Swimming Medallist multiple events Brittany McEvoy 11 Australian Trans-Tasman Swimming team Alex McKenzie-Templar 12 Oceanic & Qld Kayaking Gold Medallist Emma Dick 12 Qld Athletics & XC Medallist, Runner Up - Aust SLS - Iron Women, Breony Heaton 10 Qld Triathlon Team Aust Relay Gold Medallist Sean Grimes 11 AIS & Qld Cycling team Lachlan Jones 7 Qld Aquathlon Champion Daniel Pisconeri 10 Qld Swimming Team and Australian Finalist Sam Palmer 10 Qld Netball Team Runner s Up Australian Championships Rebecca Hong 12 Qld Netball team & Women s State League Netball - Jaguars Samantha Foley 10 Qld Mixed Foursome Golf Champion Phoebes-Rose Turton 11 Qld Athletics Team Alexandra Butler 11 Qld Athletics Team Lachlan Links 9 Qld Athletics Team Ben Matsis 12 Qld Athletics Team Rachel Harcombe 8 Qld Athletics Team Riley Maule 10 Qld Cycling team Emily Haines 11 Qld Volleyball Team Nicci Marr 11 Qld Volleyball Team Max Allen 11 Qld Cross Country Team Bailey Armstrong 8 Qld Swimming Medallist & Qld Junior SLS Titles- Gold Medallist Elle Stevens 9 Qld Triathlon Team Sarah Sheriff 10 Qld Swimming Medallist Christie Sofatzis 10 Qld Swimming Medallist Jake Marquenie 12 Qld Swimming Relay Gold Medallist Storm Nutting 11 Qld Swimming Relay Gold Medallist Lisa Edgar 7 Qld Golf Member South Coast State Champions Danica Kloppers 11 Qld Volleyball Member South Coast State Champions Chase McCue 5 Qld Golf Member South Coast State Champions Lachlan Anderson 10 Qld Australian Rules Member South Coast State Champions Frances Bischof 11 Qld Equestrian Medallist Zach Brown 11 Qld Cyclones SLS Team Laura Brown 9 Qld SLS Titles - Gold Medallist Sam Dick 11 Qld SLS Titles - Gold Medallist Emma Campbell 9 Qld In line Skating - Gold Medallist Alice Weir 10 Relay Medallist Aust SLS Championship Chloe Togni 7 Qld Gymnastic Medallist The pastoral system in place involves the Home Class or Mentor Group Teacher being responsible for a set number of young people in their care. Our aims for all students: To work hard at providing a safe and congenial environment in which all members of the College community can strive to reach their potential free of disruption and harassment caused by others; To mature in their attitude towards self-discipline and individual responsibility for behaviour; To develop courtesy for other members of the school community and respect for the rights of others; To develop an attitude towards study that will encourage each student to meet all course requirements; and To develop a positive network of discussion and counselling that students and parents may access when difficulties arise. Our expectations for all students: It is expected that all students will demonstrate acceptable behaviour at all times. The concepts of common sense, cooperation and consideration for others are the basis for this expectation; Students are expected to respect the rights of other students; Obedience, respect and courtesy towards teachers and other adults are expected at all times; Students are expected to wear correct school uniform at all times, and to be neat, tidy and clean; Privileges extended to senior students must be either respected or forfeited; and Senior students are expected to exhibit qualities of leadership and to model appropriate standards of conduct for other students to emulate. The College Principal regularly informs staff and parents that a primary expectation and standard at Emmanuel College is that no student has the right to hinder another student s learning, or to make them feel unsafe. The College s policies and procedures are available in Parent Handbooks and on the College Intranet and Learning Gateway, ECNet. Student handbooks also contain important extracts of relevant policies and procedures. Development of Social Responsibility The development of social responsibility is an integral part of a student s education at Emmanuel College. As a multidenominational Christian school, Emmanuel College believes that the teachings of Christ concerning God s love for humanity ought to have a practical expression. Opportunities are provided for students to participate in a range of activities to develop social responsibility and community awareness. Students in the Junior and Senior School contribute towards the education of primary school students in Mozambique and participate in the Christmas Box appeal conducted by Samaritan s Purse. Both the Junior School and Senior School students support World Vision, Mozambique Outreach and a number of other charitable organisations through regular fundraising activities. Senior School students are involved in community support activities as part of the leadership development program. Students in Year 12 organise an annual Beach to Beach walk in support of World Vision s 40 Hour Famine appeal; Senior students participate in the 40 Hour Famine appeal as well as assisting in collecting for the Salvation Army s Red Shield Appeal. Junior School students also participate in the 8 Hour Famine and Year 6 students are involved in Crossroads, a Church service for disabled people and their carers. Funds have been received again this year from the Commonwealth Government as part of the National Schools Chaplaincy Program. These funds assisted with the appointment of Year Level Pastoral Advisors to provide spiritual support to students. P-12 Student Leadership Development Program Emmanuel College is committed to fostering and developing strong leaders with carefully thought-out Christian values for the future of this nation and in order to facilitate this commitment, the College has structured a P-12 Student Leadership Development Program for students from Early Years right through to Year 12. Student opportunities and annual activities in this program include: Junior School Year 6 student leaders P-6 Buddy program Year 6 Captains Year 5 leadership program Year 6 leadership day Junior School Performing Arts Sectional leaders Year 9 Response program Year 10 Journey program Service Mission Trips Year 8 and 11 Peer Support program Chaplain s Council Year 11 Leadership Camp Leadership Seminars Progressive School Leader Appointments Honours in Leadership Awards

9 The emmanuel journey program: Nurturing the Emmanuel Graduate The ideal Emmanuel Graduate: A compassionate human being, unafraid to be, competent and willing to navigate life using their moral compass to make wise and just choices; a strategic participant in a global setting, a person of faith and integrity, aware of an eternal destiny. Faith: Faith is our North Point. The North Star is the one star that does not move in the night sky. To have confidence in any journey, we need to have some firm reference point, from which we can begin to navigate. Faith in God is our unchanging reference point. Recall Alice s encounter in the book, Alice in Wonderland: Cheshire Puss, would you tell me, please, which way I ought to walk from here? That depends a good deal on where you want to get to, said the Cat. I don t much care where said Alice. Then it doesn t matter which way you walk, said the Cat. Hope: As the sun rises in the east, we have placed Hope in the East quarter of our moral compass. In this school, we are convinced that we have good historical and intellectual basis and reason to believe that through Jesus we can live lives of meaning and joy, even including death. Compassion: Because of God s love, because of our belief in the sacredness of life, we live our lives in genuine expressions of love for others. Compassion is founded in the love that Jesus demonstrated in the New Testament. It is this compassion that makes the difference between whether you invade a nation or build a hospital or an orphanage in it. Compassion makes the difference between whether you just fight against social ills or whether you also work to support those caught in the injustice of that situation. Justice: This sits between Faith and Compassion. Justice without Compassion is harsh and legalistic; Justice without Faith requires effort without hope. Students need to learn at school age the desperate need for justice to be seen to be established in the world, and how they can work to assist it. This is the heart of the work of the Kingdom of Heaven. Self-Control: This character quality is opposite Integrity which is impossible without Self-Control, and between Justice and Courage, which are its parents. It ought to be evident to anyone who watches TV reports of out-of-control teenage drinking and drug-taking that Self-Control is an essential quality in a child s or a teenager s life. In 2009, Emmanuel College embraced a new and exciting initiative: The Journey program. The College executive wanted specific and intentional opportunities for our students to learn and practise values and virtues that form part of our College ethos. Staff were already committed to embedding essential character traits across the curriculum, in co-curricular programs, especially sport and music, and in the Christian Education programs. However, they also intended that our students would also be exposed to the cumulative effect of years of practice of these character traits. To achieve all this, the executive developed a logo based on the image of a compass since the purpose of building character is to help find direction for our lives. Everyone quickly became accustomed to this logo appearing throughout the campus. Courage: Courage is found opposite Justice; we need Courage to fight for Justice. Hope and Wisdom are its immediate neighbours as both support Courage. It is Courage that drove the likes of William Wilberforce to devote his life to the defeat of slavery; or Archbishop Tutu to establish the Commission for Truth and Reconciliation; or Rosa Clark to refuse to give up her seat in a bus to a white man, which ultimately led to the election of Barack Obama to the Presidency of the USA. Integrity: A person with Integrity will always do the right thing; they will stand up for truth; and not be afraid to admit it when they are wrong. We are accustomed to reading reports in the media about a disappointing lack of integrity on Wall Street or in politics, or in the banking and investment industries. Wisdom: This is our strong South point, opposite Faith. Recognition of the Truth of God is the beginning of wisdom. It is both the basis and the outcome of all the others. If we can graduate young people with the grounding of Wisdom on which they can construct their lives, we will have done something worth doing to change the world. We believe this is worth doing! Wisdom: This is our strong South point, opposite Faith. Recognition of the Truth of God is the beginning of wisdom. It is both the basis and the outcome of all the others. If we can graduate young people with the grounding of Wisdom on which they can construct their lives, we will have done something worth doing to change the world. We believe this is worth doing! CAREERS Year 12, 2012 From a cohort of 137 students, 123 applied for a tertiary place, with 99% of students applying for a semester 1 start, receiving an offer Thirteen students deferred their offer. Post-school institutions of Year 12 students, 2012 Institution Number of Students Griffith University 51 University of Queensland 17 Queensland University of Technology 10 QIBT 3 Institute of TAFE 6 Southern Cross University 2 University of Southern QLD 1 Bond University 7 Interstate Universities 4 Overseas Universities 1 Private Institution 2 (ICHM, Endeavour College) Students unaccounted for either rejected their offer or applied for a Semester 2 start. Parent involvement Emmanuel Community Association The focus of the Emmanuel Community Association ( E.C.A.) is to provide a vehicle for a wide range of social and educational events, involving a large proportion of the College parents and our local community. Most events are designed to facilitate the building of friendships and relationships within our school community, with the annual fete being the only fundraiser held at the school. The E.C.A. is established under the management and legal structures of the College itself which provides full protection of the College insurances and indemnities for its volunteers and activity coordinators. The E.C.A consists of an executive team with representatives from the parent body, College staff, F.A.C.E.S. (past-students association) and the College Board. In 2012 we raised approximately $70,000 from various activities including the Annual Fete, the Musicians Ball, the Mothers Post-school fields of study for Year 12 students, 2012 (QTAC data only) Post-school Field of Education Number of Students Agriculture, Environmental & Related Studies 1 Architecture and Building 6 Creative Arts (e.g. Music, Graphic Design, 10 Communication & Media Studies) Education (e.g. Early Childhood, Primary, 3 Secondary) Engineering 14 Health (e.g. Pharmacy, Nursing, Biomedical 14 Science) Information Technology 2 Management & Commerce 19 Natural & Physical Sciences 6 Society & Culture (e.g. Sport & Recreation, 12 Psychology, Arts) Day Lunch, and our very popular Business Breakfasts. The breakfasts are run once per term and are attended mainly by our school parents who run their own businesses. The E.C.A donated funds to the school to help fund the Fresh Eyes Project which includes the new walkway from the main gate and the adjoining Junior School play areas.

10 STaff information computers & how they are used Teacher qualifications Qualification Percentage of classroom teachers and school leaders who hold this qualification Masters 9 % Bachelor Degree 80 % Diploma 11 % Teacher participation in professional development Associated Christian Schools Conference for Directors Associated Christian Schools Leaders Conference CDAA (Career Development Association of Australia) Annual conference & workshops SCISCO Workshops QSA Workshops including Career Development, Senior Certification, Early and Middle Years Educators, 5 Frames of Mind, Accounting, Early Years Literacy & Numeracy QTAC Advanced training and tertiary entrance information THRASS training Teaching students with disabilities Mental Health & Wellbeing Queensland Education Science Technicians Conference Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Christian Education NAPLAN ISQ workshops including Student Wellbeing First Aid WH&S including Fire Training and Workplace Harassment Child Protection & Critical Policies National Conferences Hospitality, Careers, Mathematics Australian Institute of Company Directors course Scholastic Behavioural Management and Literacy seminars FABIC Positive Behaviour interventions ACER Institute research conference Teacher Training Australia: Visual Arts, Arts and programs Skills Training Handling Complaints lighting Writing workshops Inspiring Primary Leaders conference Building Language & Numeracy Bridging the Gap in Mathematics Building Mathematics in the Early Years Teaching Aesthetic Features in the English Classroom Developing English Tasks to Prepare Students for QCS Helping Students Develop and Generate Hypotheses about New Knowledge The use of iphones/smart Phones in the Teaching of LOTE The Socio-Historical-Grammatical approach to reading texts Expenditure on professional development Total number of teachers Total expenditure on teacher professional Development 109 $71263 $654 Staff Attendance Rate Number of staff Number of school days Total days staff absences Average expenditure on professional development per teacher % Staff retention rate Staff retention rate for % Average Staff Attendance Rate Emmanuel College prepares our students to be confident, creative and productive users of new technologies, particularly Information and Communication Technologies (I.C.T.). Emmanuel College wants students to understand the impact of those technologies on themselves and those around them and to be keen contributors in using technology to help our world. All teachers at the College have laptop computers equipped with the latest educational software. Our teaching staff undergo regular professional development to ensure they are confident and effective technology users. We have specialist e-learning staff, who assist our teachers and students to creatively incorporate ICTs within the curriculum. Many of our staff regularly speak at conferences around Australia, sharing their expertise with other educators. Emmanuel College has specialist computers for IT, Graphic Design, Film Production, Business, Accounting, Languages, Physical Education and Music. In addition, there are sufficient other reporting requirements Emmanuel College meets additional State and Commonwealth Government reporting requirements as detailed below. Emmanuel College: has documented policies and procedures which reflect the National Safe Schools Framework flies the Australian flag displays the National Safe Schools Framework and Values for Australian Schooling posters in the College Library and in Student Services provides at least two hours of physical activity for students in the Junior School and lower Senior School student classroom laptops to allow one device for every Senior School student and one device for every three Junior School students. Our Classrooms have a wide range of I.C.T. s including projectors, sounds systems, interactive whiteboards, still and video cameras. Throughout the school there are areas for video editing, information touch screens, robotic equipment, digital noticeboards, computer microscopes and other technologies. Our Senior School students are encouraged to bring their own device, which can be connected to the College network giving them a virtual desktop environment, accessible anywhere and anytime. We have an active IT inventors club and a team of IT Helpers who support students on a range of technical issues. The learning possibilities of Emmanuel s innovative technologies are endless. In 2013 we will continue to deliver cutting edge learning opportunities to ensure our students and staff are supported with the latest and most effective technologies. provides, on request, Interstate Student Transfer Notes for students relocating interstate and Inter-School Student Transfer Notes for students relocating to any other school within Queensland responds to requests for participation in data collection for the preparation of the Annual National Report on Schooling in Australia provides students and parents with two written semester reports each year. These reports comply with State and Commonwealth Government Reporting Requirements invites and encourages parents to attend at least two parentteacher interviews per year. Additional opportunities are provided throughout the year for parent-teacher discussion regarding student progress

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