Congratulations to the following teachers who won great prizes at the Brisbane HPE Conference Trade Exhibit Passport draw, and thanks to our fabulous sponsors for supporting the event.
Carolyn Ball of The Springfield Anglican College won $150 Nyda Voucher (inclusive of freight) and 1 x Nyda Get Active Polar Fleece Jacket from RHSports
Mitch Montgomery of Pacific Pines State School won a $50 EFTPOS gift card from QTMB. Marion Rutter from Cannon Hill Anglican College won a health pack including exercise matt, fit bit wrist band and towel valued at $160 from Medibank. Jessie Keast of Miriam Vale State School won a Space Ball Pack contains 6 different coloured bibs with a velcro panel and 60 super soft foam balls in a handy carry bag valued at $99 from HART Sport.Felicity Greenbank of Australian International School won a carton of Cancer Council’s SPF30+ sunscreen from Cancer Council Queensland. Linda Fulton of St Mary's Primary School in Bundaberg won a$300 discount for any Intersport Global Tour to anywhere in the world.Meg McNamara from CQ SPorty Schools won a MyCo Sports Membership valued at $399. Hayden Brake of Craigslea State High School won a s65 Speedminton Set from Speedminton. Tracey Fox from Caloundra State High School won 6 bottles of wine from Titan Education. Karen Bauer from Caloundra State High School won a Binnacle voucher valued at $518 from Binnacle Training. Matthew Paul of Mercy College Mackay won a Teacher Merchandise Pack from Water Polo Queensland. Denise Spensley won a Cricket Cap and Ball signed by Glenn McGrath from The McGrath Foundation. Loretta Coad from Lowood State High School won 'Field Guide to the Kokoda Track’ book by Bill James from Getaway Trekking and Adventures. Jenny Collins from Petrie Terrace State School won CPR Mugs from CPR Help. Anna Boyes of UQ HMS won a voucher towards a school camp from YMCA Camps. Noel Reynolds from Eimeo Road State School won a $500 voucher Footsteps Dance Company towards the next school event. Wendy Mathiesen of Maryborough West State School won a $50 Cambridge University Press voucher from Cambridge University Press. Margaret-Mary Opstelten of Gladstone West State School won a teams entry into the Futsal League from Australian Futsal Association.
Congratulations to Noel Reynolds at Eimeo Road State School. You have won the prize pack from Speedminton. valued at $295
RHSports prize pack winners are; Louise McCarthy, Hayley Dwyer, Margaret Lyons, Matthew Brown, Brendan Jones, Meg Butters, David Wign, Samuel Hannant, Jayme Morris, Kate Palmer, Peter Simons, Ben Oliver, Kristy Cacciola, Steven Baker, Wendy Matthiesen, Sean Conway, Jo Stephenson, Malcolm Oosterbeek, John Emerton and Jared Hinds. Marianne from RHSports will be in contact with you soon. Congratulations!
We are pleased to welcome RHSports as GOLD Sponsor for the ACHPER QLD 2014 Conference Series.
Australian Futsal Association
Cambridge University Press
Cancer Council Queensland
Curve Lurve (McGrath Foundation)
Footsteps Dance Company
Kokoda Schools Treks
Sports Super Centre Gold Coast
Water Polo Queensland
With the conference theme of Making a Difference by Learning From Others, flowing through all presentations, HPE educators from across Queensland enjoyed interesting and thought keynote presentations. These resources have now been moved to the Members Only area.
These presentations have been moved to the Members Area of our website.
The Brisbane Conference Handbook can be viewed below. Please note printed copies will be available to delegates on the day.
RHSports are pleased to offer sun-safe bucket hats for purchase at the Brisbane Conference for the special price of $11.50 (GST incl). These will also be available on-line for $12.65 (GST incl). Make sure you visit Marianne at the RH Sports exhibit to purchase yours.
With a theme of ‘Making a Difference by Learning from Others’, the conference will aim to provide teachers with applicable information and strategies to enhance teaching and learning. This will be addressed through a focus on collaboration, questioning and building upon ideas to continually improve our outcomes.
With a wide offering of topics and sessions, teachers will be provided with latest curriculum, research and industry practices, to gain the most from their profession.
The increasingly popular Brisbane HPE Conference will be on Thursday 14 & Friday 15 August. Online registrations are now open.