New crop of leaders shaped
Term 3 was a busy and rewarding term for Moura SHS. The term began with our Athletics carnival; the competition was close with Gibihi narrowly defeating Bindaree on the day.
Cultural experiences were a highlight of the term, with NAIDOC Day celebrations and Mistsui’s Japanese cultural sessions on offer.
Our Year 12’s went on ‘Beyond the Boundaries’ and our Year 11’s enjoyed their Leadership Camp, both camps pushing students out of their comfort zones and testing their persistence and endurance.
The Volleyball team competed in the Volleyball Schools Cup, and the Hospitality students entertained Parents and Teachers at their ‘Come Dine with me’ event.
MSHS Students were heavily involved in the Annual Coal and Country Festival, some performing on stage, others competing in coal shovelling, helping on stalls or entering the photography or cooking competitions. The Cattle Club also performed well, earning ribbons and awards at the event.
Once again our school was supported by the community with Anglo — American hosting a careers morning, QMEA hosting a Trade Camp, Toolkit day and Stem day, Central QLD University visiting the school and taking students on-campus as part of their CQU Connect program and Cotton Australia sending representatives to our School to assist with the AG farm Cotton growing project.
At the end of the term the MSHS Vocal group and the Capricante Choir performed at the Miners Memorial, a service honouring the casualties of mine disasters throughout QLD. A moving and emotional experience for the students, and the Moura Community.