St Margaret’s Girls’ School

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Keeping community connected

Throughout Term 2, St Margaret’s students participated in Phones for Change, an initiative led by the Prefects which encouraged the girls to reflect on the importance of connection, particularly as a result of the impacts of COVID-19

A cohort of Year 5 students at St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School has pledged to support the development of the coronavirus vaccine, which has been highlighted in a heart-warming exchange with a lead University of Queensland COVID-19 vaccine researcher (L-R): Georgia Smith, Adelaide Bothwell, Charlotte Rhode, Imogen Wren
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St Margaret’s students pledge to support UQ COVID-19 vaccine research

A group of Year 5 students at St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School have pledged to support the development of the coronavirus vaccine, which has been highlighted in a heart-warming exchange with a lead University of Queensland COVID-19 vaccine researcher

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Climate activism

“In a seemingly barren political landscape of contradictory and poorly enacted policies, a new tide of capable leadership is called upon more than ever. Commitment to climate action will require ambition, dedication and, justifiably, compromise,” says 16-year-old St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School student Sophia Colledge

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Prayer Spaces – a journey worth taking

“In the Prayer Spaces framework, ‘space’ can unite mind, body and spirit, as students are positioned in a safe context of quiet and calm, where they can consider the ‘big questions’ of life and faith,” says Vanessa Gamack, Mission and Education Advisor at the Anglican Schools Commission