Newsletters

“The Glenleighden News” newsletters, archived for you to download and enjoy.

  • 2018.06.11 Newsletter

    11 June 2018

    Term Two is drawing to a close, but there are still some important events to mark on your calendar.

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  • 2018.05.30 Newsletter

    30 May 2018

    What a great night on Saturday at the Trivia extravaganza! Good food, great company, wonderful costumes made it a special affair. Everyone had a fantastic night with table 10 taking the honours as ‘best at Trivia’. Special thanks to everyone behind the scenes and visible on the night for working so tirelessly to create such a success. Well done to all involved.

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  • 2018.05.14 Newsletter

    14 May 2018

    We have some exciting events coming up soon. The first one is the PS&F are hosting their first fundraiser for 2018, a ‘Roaring 20’s’ themed trivia night, on Saturday May 26 at Our Lady of the Rosary from 630pm onwards.

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  • 2018.04.30 Newsletter

    30 April 2018

    Welcome back to term two. It has been great to see all the young people settle back into school so well. We have a new student and family that have joined us here at Glenleighden. I’d like to extend a warm welcome to the Goddard family.

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  • 2018.04.06 Newsletter

    6 April 2018

    I hope the Easter long weekend and break has been relaxing and rewarding. It was great to see at our last assembly for term one the smiling faces when the children saw the “Easter Bunny” on the recent Easter Bonnet parade not to mention some creative and beautiful Easter Bonnets.

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  • 2018.03.23 Newsletter

    23 March 2018

    WOW! We are about to begin the last week of term one.

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  • 2018.03.05 Newsletter

    5 March 2018

    It’s hard to believe how quickly this term and year is going. It’s already week seven of term one. It’s great to see all the children are settling well into the TGS routine.

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  • 2018.02.16 Newsletter

    16 February 2018

    I’d like to extend a heartfelt welcome to all of you. In the short time I have been with the organisation I have been so impressed with not only how wonderful this organisation is but also the commitment and support that the parent and wider community body extends to the school. Furthermore, TGS is especially fortunate to be staffed by a group of amazing professionals who are vocationally committed to your children’s wholistic educational wellbeing. Of course, there are the brilliant and talented young people who I am getting to know.

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  • 2017.09.11 Newsletter

    11 September 2017

    I’d like to thank all the members of the Glenleighden community who came together on Friday to share our students’ triumphs at the annual concert. Last Friday was a celebration of our students’ achievements as they dazzled us with their acting, dancing, singing and speaking skills.

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  • 2017.08.29 Newsletter

    29 August 2017

    Recently there have been a spate of movies produced about England and World War 2, including Dunkirk, Churchill and the soon to be released Darkest Hour. All these movies have a common theme about resilience and the ability to rise above almost insurmountable odds

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  • 2017.08.14 Newsletter

    14 August 2017

    There is a saying “Never complain about what your parents didn’t give you – it was probably all they had”. When I speak with parents at our school I am reminded of this phrase daily. The sacrifices made by our families to ensure their child receives the education they need are an expression of true love. However making such sacrifices can cause extreme stress for families and many families carry secret burdens alone. The team at The Glenleighden School want our families to know they are not alone.

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  • 2017.07.31 Newsletter

    31 July 2017

    As Michelle Obama urges “Just try new things, step out of your comfort zone and soar”. This term students have the opportunity to try many new things at the school with our increase in subject choices for the Senior School and new clubs for all students. Please encourage your child to participate in these options as they may discover a hidden talent or at the very least have enormous fun and make new friends.

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  • 2017.05.18 Newsletter

    18 May 2017

    Last week the students of the school were thrilled to host the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP. Prime Minister Turnbull spent the morning visiting with some of the students, parents, teachers and therapists.

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  • 2017.03.13 Newsletter

    13 March 2017

    As the term ends please feel free to enjoy the many exciting events occurring at The Glenleighden School. Rather than ‘winding down’ we are ‘winding up’! I’d like to thank the staff, families and students for their participation and support of the varied calendar events for our wonderful school.

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  • 2017.02.27 Newsletter

    27 February 2017

    The last few weeks have been very busy times for staff, students and guardians! We hope you have taken some time out to relax and connect as a family unit. We thank all the professionals, parents and staff who have given up their precious time to participate in one of our many events including the Parent Immersion Program, Paget Gorman Workshop, Parent Information Evening or Teacher Professional Learning Workshop.

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  • 2017.02.13 Newsletter

    13 February 2017

    You may be unaware but The Glenleighden School is a special place not just because of the wonderful teaching and learning experiences that occur here, but also because we are the home of an endangered species – The Richmond Birdwing Butterfly. Take a wander to the playground and peer into the fenced off habitat at the back and you will find this precious creature fluttering around.

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  • 2017.01.27 Newsletter

    27 January 2017

    It is with great pleasure I welcome back our families to a new year full of exciting opportunities for our students. Thank you to all the parents who joined us for ‘Tissues and Tim Tams’ on the first day back.

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  • 2016.02.05 Newsletter

    5 February 2016

    Welcome to The Glenleighden School for 2016, with a special welcome to our new students: Jett K, Jett S, Riley M, Nathan, Liem, Lachlan T, Lachlan D, Dhruv, Liam Sp, Djimon, Ruhan, Corbin, Montana, Jenine and Ben R-M.

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  • 2016.02.19 Newsletter

    19 February 2016

    The P S & F Association will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 1st March at 6pm in the school library. We would like to invite all parents to consider a position on the Committee. We will be seeking nominations for the positions of Secretary, Treasurer and President. No experience is necessary.

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  • 2016.03.04 Newsletter

    4 March 2016

    The PS&F AGM was held on Tuesday, 1 March at 6pm in the school library. I thank everyone who attended and also to our school psychologist Luke Grayndler who gave a very well-received presentation about setting the Glenleighden student up for success in 2016.

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  • 2016.03.18 Newsletter

    18 March 2016

    A huge thank you goes to those who attended the working bee on Saturday 12th March. The weather was perfect for a busy morning of pruning, weeding and painting. You may have noticed the leaves have also gone from the rooves!

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  • 2016.04.15 Newsletter

    15 April 2016

    Most of you will already be aware of my departure from Glenleighden at the end of April. I have established some wonderful friendships through CHI.L.D. during my time at Glenleighden and know that this connection will continue.

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  • 2016.04.29 Newsletter

    29 April 2016

    What can I say? Today is my very last day here and it is difficult to remember life before Glenleighden. Thank you all for your such very kind words. I will miss everyone very much but don’t feel that this is good bye.

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  • 2016.05.13 Newsletter

    13 May 2016

    Firstly I would like to say thank you for the wishes and support I have received from parents and staff as I take up my new role as Acting Principal. I look forward to continuing and growing the productive relationships already established with families, staff and the wider community.

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  • 2016.05.27 Newsletter

    27 May 2016

    Term 2 is rushing by. We welcome a new student to the Caterpillar group in Junior School. I wish Samuel and his family a rewarding time with us. Please say hello and make them feel welcome.

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  • 2016.06.10 Newsletter

    10 June 2016

    The Australian Curriculum continues to be released. Some learning areas covered at school pertain to the Australian Curriculum, while others remain as Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority (QCAA): Early Years Curriculum Framework for Early Childhood and Essential Learnings for Junior, Middle and lower Senior School.

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  • 2016.07.22 Newsletter

    22 July 2016

    At The Glenleighden School our unique programs aim to empower our students to access a future where they are free to participate in a world of endless possibilities, experience success and live their dreams.

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  • 2016.08.05 Newsletter

    5 August 2016

    We like to believe at Glenleighden our staff see the inner masterpiece of every child. With the correct therapeutic support and educational techniques, we support students to reach their full potential.

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  • 2016.08.22 Newsletter

    22 August 2016

    The poem by Robert Frost “The Road Not Taken” commences with the words “Two road diverged in a yellow wood, and sorry I could not travel both, and be one traveller”.

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