John Paul College (JPC) has a proud reputation as one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic Early Learning to Year 12 co-educational, independent schools.
To celebrate a chance to spend time together, members of the St Margaret's Anglican Girls School community united at a function during Beef 2018, where many laughs were had, and memories of St Margaret’s shared.
It was hard to miss the staff from Central Queensland University (CQUni) during Beef Australia 2018, due to the multitude of events occurring that the university was involved with over the course of the show.
Along with Clayfield College, fellow Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association (PMSA) schools, Brisbane Boys' College, and Somerville House, united for a luncheon during Beef 2018.
Close to 130 people were treated to a delicious selection of dishes at the PwC Celebrity Chef Restaurant on the night of Thursday, May 10.
Rockhampton Grammar School held a meet and greet function during Beef Australia 2018 providing past and present students, and their parents a chance to catch-up.
Somerville House head of boarding Madonna Hennessy and admissions manager Vanessa Saxby were on deck at Beef Australia 2018 fielding questions from parents interested in sending their daughters to the boarding and day student school situated on Brisbane’s Southbank.
Brisbane Boys College director of admissions Bronwyn Mackay-Payne said Beef Australia 2018 has provided a great opportunity for the staff to catch up with Old Boys, and parents of past and present BBC students.