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19 Jun 2017

Teacher Award Winners Annocunced

We are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 ACHPER QLD Teacher Awards. Nominations this year were the highest number ever recieved, and are testament to the outstanding commitment and dedication our QLD teachers have to the field of HPE. We congratulate our five winners and thank them for their incredible contributions to their schools and wider communities. For details on this year's award recipients, please click here.

 Quality Teacher: Kristy Gibson, Rolleston State School

Teresa Carlson: Clint Mogg, Whitfield State School

David Keating Voluntary Service: Debbie Newton, St Josehph’s College Toowoomba 

Innovative Program: 100 Kilometre Club, Dalby State School

 Pre-service Teacher: Jessica Rankin, Griffith University

22 May 2017

Draft Program for Brisbane Conference is now available!

The Draft Program for the 2017 Brisbane HPE Conference is now available. There is an interesting line of presenters from all over Australia as well as local practising teachers. Register now!

19 Apr 2017

First Athlete Announced for ACHPER QLD WOMEN IN SPORT BREAKFAST

Kate McCarthy - AFLW

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ACHPER QLD is pleased to announce our first guest athlete for the Women in Sport Breakfast, Kate McCarthy from AFLW. To see more on Kate head over to our website.

 

08 Mar 2017

Call for Presenters for Brisbane HPE Conference

ACHPER QLD is calling for presenters for the 2017 Brisbane HPE Conference. Please see the application form and information package to find out more details.

27 Sep 2016

Sports breakfast encourages women and girls to get active

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South East Queenslanders will be inspired by some of Australia’s most successful female athletes and sports professionals at the Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) Queensland’s 25th annual Women in Sport Breakfast on 12 October.

The breakfast will bring together more than 600 people, predominately school students, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre to recognise and celebrate the value women bring to sport.

ACHPER Queensland President Ben Williams said the breakfast encourages secondary schoolgirls, teachers and parents to become more actively involved in sport and inspire them to turn their sporting dreams into reality. “Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the personal stories of women who have accomplished success in their field and learn what it takes to achieve their goals,” Williams said.

“More than 120 students from across South East Queensland will be recognised with a Sporting Star Award for excelling in their chosen sport. “As a leading professional association, ACHPER Queensland also acknowledges the valuable contribution that teachers play in promoting active, healthy lifestyles and empowering students to pursue their goals.”

ACHPER Queensland welcomes television presenter Jessica Skarratt as Master of Ceremonies and the following panellists:

  • Clare Polkinghorne, current co-Captain of the Matildas Football team and the Brisbane Roar W-League team
  • Maddison Keeney, synchronised diving champion recently making her Olympic debut in Rio
  • Laura Clemesha, Queensland Firebirds netballer.

“The Women in Sport Breakfast will benefit people who are involved in encouraging women and girls to embrace a physically active lifestyle and developing their sport leadership roles,” Williams said.

“This year celebrates the 25th anniversary of the breakfast which has seen more 12500 people attend, over 600 receive sporting awards and more than 150 elite athletes and sports professionals inspiring the next generation to get active.”

For more information about the breakfast, visit achperqld.org.au or call 3895 8383. Tickets are on sale until Friday 7 October 2016, $495 for a school table of 10 (or $49.50 per person) and a $550 for a corporate table of 10 (or $60.50 per person).

ACHPER Queensland is a non-for-profit leading professional association representing teachers and other professionals working in the fields of health and physical education. ACHPER Queensland has a proud 30 year history delivering programs and services that support continuing development of knowledge, skills and professional practice, focusing primarily on health education, physical education and recreation.

Media contact: Ben Williams, ACHPER Queensland President via benjamin.williams@griffith.edu.au

14 Sep 2016

Bronwyn Marshall to take on Executive Officer role

ACHPER QLD (Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Queensland Branch) are pleased to announce, Bronwyn Marshall as the successful applicant for the position of Executive Officer.

As the current Events Manager with ACHPER QLD, Bronwyn has a thorough understanding of the association. Furthermore Bronwyn has a wide range of experience in state and national sporting organisations as both an Executive Officer and Board member.

The current Management Committee are looking forward to working with Bronwyn who will commence in the role in January 2017.  

 

Teacher Award Winners Annocunced

We are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 ACHPER QLD Teacher Awards. Nominations this year were the highest number ever recieved, and are testament to the outstanding commitment and dedication our QLD teachers have to the field of HPE. We congratulate our five winners and thank them for their incredible contributions to their schools and wider communities. For details on this year's award recipients, please head to our website.

 Quality Teacher: Kristy Gibson, Rolleston State School

Teresa Carlson: Clint Mogg, Whitfield State School

David Keating Voluntary Service: Debbie Newton, St Josehph’s College Toowoomba 

Innovative Program: 100 Kilometre Club, Dalby State School

 Pre-service Teacher: Jessica Rankin, Griffith University

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