A Message from the Principal

25 May 2018

Thank you to the 234 parents who took part in the Survey. With such a high percentage of submissions we can get a good idea of parent opinion and satisfaction. I am currently reading through all the data gathered and will share the results with you over the next couple of weeks. I am particularly grateful to those who took the time to give constructive feedback on areas for improvement; all suggestions are considered and discussed within the context of vision of the School, the current strategic plan and the obvious budgetary constraints.

I would like to address comments that a couple of parents made with regards to the three week holiday in April this year. You will remember that last year it came to our attention that Toowoomba Grammar were running a 38 week year in 2018 instead of their normal 37 week year. I know that this happens on occasion. At Glennie, we are restricted to 37 weeks due to the current Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. We ran a survey, sent to all parents, to determine when in Term 1 we would have a week of holiday while Grammar was at school. The response was overwhelmingly in favour of ending the term one week earlier, thus the three week April holiday.

Another suggestion from a few parents was that we increase our current subject offering. I know that I am not alone when I say that we would love to offer all subjects available, but the reality is that we do have budgetary constraints. If more subjects were on offer, class sizes would drop and more teachers would have to be appointed. All of this would have a knock-on effect on school fees, the increase of which we would like to keep below 3% annually.

I look forward to sharing the results of the survey in upcoming weeks.

Mrs Kim Cohen

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How do you transform the life of a Glennie girl?  Come with us and we'll show you how!

25 May 2018

The Glennie School’s ambitious campaign to transform the lives of Glennie girls has taken another bold step forward with construction of our new indoor Sports Centre starting earlier this month.  As you travel along Vacy Street you will see that the construction site is a hive of activity as the building footings and foundation are prepared.

This new centre will house three multipurpose courts and will be used by all Glennie girls across Junior, Middle and Senior Years, for health, fitness and wellbeing activities, along with both competitive and social sports. It will also provide a space for whole School gatherings.

You can find more information about the Sports Centre here. Please take a moment to watch the fantastic new video - it shows you what the new Sports Centre will look like and how easy it is to purchase your supporter's medallion.

or contact Tammy Wilson at The Glennie School Foundation on 4688 8862 or foundation@glennie.qld.edu.au.

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Academic Awards

25 May 2018

One of the key Goals of our 2018 – 2020 Strategic Plan is to encourage a growth mindset in order to foster in students independence, resilience, perseverance and highly adaptive thinking and learning. Set this against the backdrop of implementing a new Senior Curriculum and you have the perfect opportunity to review school structures, processes and procedures.

Last term, I outlined a new model of Middle and Senior Years reporting involving changes to interim, progressive and end of semester/end of course reporting that will allow us to effectively meet student, parent, school, system and government expectations in 2018 and beyond.

Following an extensive data-informed review of student achievement in Years 7 to 12, I am delighted to now announce a new model of Academic Awards that will celebrate both academic achievement and student growth, beginning this year at our Academic Awards Assembly at the start of Semester 2.

As we have done for many years at our Academic Awards assemblies and Annual Speech Day and Prize-giving Celebrations, we will continue to recognise outstanding achievement in students’ academic results as well as application of effort. However, for the first time, we now will celebrate significant improvement in a student’s academic achievement over the course of a calendar year.

Information about these Academic Awards, including the criteria for determining the awards can be found in the Student Handbook. A link to the relevant page is provided here.

Ms Tonia Gloudemans
Dean of Teaching and Learning

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From the Chaplain

25 May 2018

Over the last two weeks we have had a focus on Prayer in our Chapel services and daily routines. Participating in the worldwide week of Prayer called “Thy Kingdom Come”, students and staff were encouraged to pray for our world, our community, ourselves and each other. This initiative began with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in the UK two years ago and has spread across the globe, not just in the Anglican Communion but across all Christian denominations. Our girls sent in prayer requests via a google form and the Chapel Committee prayed these aloud together during morning tea each day.

This week we have celebrated Pentecost with our very first prayer space. Girls across the school have cut, coloured and written prayers on flames of the Spirit and these were attached to coloured fabrics in the Chapel. By the end of the week our Chapel was filled with the Holy Spirit! Chapel services told the story of the Holy Spirit coming to the disciples in a rushing wind and tongues of fire. The girls were encouraged to think about how they experience God’s presence in their lives. A gentle breeze, the breath of God, or a rushing wind filling our school and our lives with encouragement and empowering us for the work we do. Junior Years girls sang about the gifts of the Spirit as they prayed for God to help them bring more love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control to their own lives and to those around them.

Here are some images of the prayer space for you to enjoy.

Reverend Sharon
Glennie Chaplain

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Bella takes on Young Con.

25 May 2018

Have you ever been in the audience at a concert and pictured yourself in the musician’s shoes? Year 9 student Isabella (Bella) Lilford did just that over five years ago while watching a trombonist in action and hasn’t looked back since. In  Junior Years and in Year 7 and 8, Bella enjoyed her lessons with Mrs Fuller and now in her Middle Years is an active member of Jazz orchestra, Big Band, Jazz Ensemble, Glennie singers, Middle Years Choir and Concert Band at Glennie.

In 2017 Bella auditioned, playing two pieces to a panel of four members for acceptance in to the Young Conservatorium Wind Orchestra at Griffith University. Young Conservatorium offers pre-school, primary and secondary students a pathway of musical training drawing on the skills, expertise and excellence of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

After waiting patiently for six months to learn she was accepted, Bella is now travelling to Brisbane every Saturday to fine-tune her skills on the trombone. In addition to the expert tutelage offered in the program, Bella enjoys their busy performance calendar in a 50 musician orchestra. Most recently, Bella contributed to the ‘Star Wars’ themed performance, at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital and will be a part of the end of semester showcase concert.

Bella commits on average up to eight hours practice a week on her trombone and will enjoy one year with the Young Conservatorium with an option to be invited to stay on into the future.


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Under 8s’ Day

25 May 2018

On Tuesday, for the second year running, our Kindergarten children enjoyed an excursion to visit their friends at TACAPS Kindergarten. The excursion was a joint venture to celebrate Under 8s’ Day and Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea in aid of The Cancer Council. Our youngest Glennie students enjoyed a morning making new friends, exploring the TACAPS Kindy gardens and a delicious morning tea. As always the bus trip was a particular highlight.

Also on Tuesday, the girls in Prep to Year 2 participated in activities at Toowoomba Grammar Junior, Glennie and Fairholme Junior to celebrate being under eight. This was a fantastic morning of varied events, with teams moving through a number of different activities during the morning and sharing morning tea together. Sincere thanks to Mrs Dawson who co-ordinated this special day in our calendar.  

We plan to share a highlights video next week.

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Lily is SET!

25 May 2018

Year 10 SET Planning is always a busy, but exciting time in the Careers and VET Office. I enjoy meeting with students and parents to talk about the options that the girls are considering, especially when there are so many different pathways available. I thought this time of year might be appropriate to share the story of one of our Year 12 girls, Lily Ryan, who has used her senior education to explore and decide on her future pathway.

Lily is in her final weeks of completing a School-based traineeship in Glennie’s Development Office. Guided by Communications Officer, Tina Tilden and Marketing Officer, Tracey Kessels over the past year she has completed 375 hours of paid, on-the job training along with twelve training modules. For her hard work, she will be awarded a Certificate III in Screen and Media.

When Lily first decided to apply for the position in the Development Office, she wasn’t 100% convinced that graphic design was an area she wished to pursue. She knew she wanted to complete some vocational training, and enjoyed making videos, so thought she would explore this opportunity some more. Given work tasks such as designing posters, Lily discovered that she enjoyed being able to use her creativity. Seeing her work displayed on the big screen at Speech Day was a real highlight for Lily. You will also see Lily’s work displayed throughout our classrooms and in the student record book as she used her skills to develop the Cognitive Verb Owl posters that were adapted from a US model.  

Once Lily started learning about design and screen media in her traineeship, she decided to use these skills and enrolled in a university subject through USQ’s Head Start Program. Studying over the Christmas holidays, Lily completed Design Fundamentals which she passed with Distinction. Some of Lily’s work was chosen for USQ’s student gallery.

While Lily’s time in the Development Office may be coming to an end, her studies in Design will continue. Lily plans to use the guaranteed entry she achieved from completing her Head Start course to continue her studies in the Creative Industries at USQ next year. And she can already tick one subject off her study program.

Lily is grateful for the support that The Glennie School and the staff in the Development Office have given her in undertaking this traineeship. “It has definitely helped me with my future. The hands-on work experience have given me excellent skills to add to my resume and transfer to university and future jobs.”

If you pass by the Careers and VET office, make sure you stop and read some more about Lily’s story in our Pathways Student of the Week display. We have many girls undertaking school-based traineeships while completing their senior studies, all gaining valuable life and work skills to assist them with their future career paths.

Mrs Sharon Currie
Careers Co-ordinator


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Year 4 Website Creations

25 May 2018

This week the girls in Year 4 commenced their Digital Technologies Project. Mr Causer joined the Year 4 teachers to team teach the girls in their introductory lesson that focused on creating their own website.

The websites will showcase individual student portfolios which will include work samples from each of the Key Learning Areas and will be shared with parents so that they can view their daughter’s progress throughout the year.


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French Morning Tea

25 May 2018

On Tuesday, all current and past French immersion girls (from Years 7 to 12) gathered for a French morning tea in the Glennie room.

It was a great opportunity to get together while enjoying some crêpes prepared by the Year 9 French immersion class and listening to French music.

The Year 10 students also made an announcement about tonight’s trivia night that they have organised in support of their trip to France in September

All had a wonderful time and both students and teachers were delighted to be able to gather as a whole group.

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Get to know your Past Principals - Part 2

25 May 2018

Miss Margaret Brown 1925-1938

Miss Lawrance was succeeded by Miss Margaret Brown in 1925. Miss Brown had wide teaching experience, coming to Glennie from Church of England Girls’ School, Warwick. It is said that her personality seemed less vivid and less forceful, though perhaps more sympathetic, motherly, more warm and friendly. Miss Brown won the respect of her staff and affection of her girls. Many girls felt they had a friend and confidante in Miss Brown. Girls were challenged with intellectual conversation at tea with her, which many found difficult, though it was superb training. After study at night, the girls would file past Miss Brown and shake her hand to say goodnight. Tennis was Miss Brown’s favourite sport with the Margaret Brown Cup an encouragement for participation in the sport.

Miss Brown left Glennie in 1938. “Miss Margaret Brown brought to the task of consolidation, not only scholarship and a competent grasp of the teacher’s technique, but a charm of manner, a quiet sympathy and restraint, a deep understanding of a girl’s nature that made her at once a friend and protector of those whom she ruled.

Yet she was always the headmistress, and in whom, though discipline was no fetish, authority reigned unchallenged.”

(Ref: The Glennie Gazette October 1938 p5)

Noelene Fleming
Glennie Archivist

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This Week in Boarding

25 May 2018

We extended our successful celebration of last week’s National Boarding Week until Monday evening with an important session on health and nutrition. Toowoomba Nutritionist Leah Stjernqvist gave a before-dinner presentation to the boarding community regarding the importance of good nutrition. It is always good to have presenters with rural and boarding backgrounds. Leah was a boarder at St Ursula's during her school years and understands the nutritional needs of our boarders.

We were impressed with her powerpoint presentation that discussed areas such as weight and health. Leah dispelled many myths. She presented these in a true/false question and answer session which was highly relevant to our boarders. She disproved much of the false information they might receive via social media. Leah kept her session short and to the point and a number of the girls wanted to ask her questions afterwards including discussing her career path.

We have invited Leah to return for more informal discussions with the boarders. In terms of health, Shannon Townsend, Manager of Glennie Aquatic and Gymnastics will hold Sunday yoga sessions for Year 12 boarders. In spite of the cool weather, the pool remains open for boarder swimming on a Sunday afternoon. It’s always Summer in the Glennie pool!

Mrs Val Lovell
Head of Boarding

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Boarder Photo Competition

25 May 2018

We have received lots of fantastic entries in our ‘Home’ boarder photo competition. The entries have all been compiled and are currently being judged by a panel of four judges.

Winners of the competition will be announced next week and can look forward to seeing many of the photos on the walls of the boarding houses.

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Lunchtime Concert at Junior Years

25 May 2018

Girls in the Junior Years were treated to a second morning tea concert on the courtyard stage on Thursday as part of a series of concerts being organised by the Year 12 Arts Committee. Performing publicly can be daunting at first and we would like to especially congratulate the Year 6 girls for performing in the concert.

Thank you to the Year 12 Arts Committee for holding this concert.

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Churches Together Dinner

25 May 2018

On Wednesday night the Senior Choral Group was invited to perform at the Churches Together Dinner in Dalby. This experience proved to be a highlight for the townspeople. The girls performed well and it was wonderful to see them performing in a different setting. Thank you to the girls for their efforts and a big thank you to Miss Kann and Mrs Fuller for conducting and accompanying the girls.

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25 May 2018

Well done to all of the Glennie students who performed in the first part of the Eisteddfod sections over the past two weeks. Glennie girls brought home a number of awards and prizes in the Singing, and Speech and Drama sections. Many of the Speech and Drama students competed for the first time and received high praise for their performances. Choirs from the Junior, Middle and Senior Years competed, sometimes against each other in the same section. The standard of performance from all competitors was very high and our girls achieved some fantastic results.

Congratulations to all the girls, staff and parents for their involvement in this year's Eisteddfod performances, and especially well done to Miss Kann, Mrs Bravery and Mrs Evans for their outstanding conducting and to Mrs Gordon, Mrs Kleidon, and the award-winning Mrs Fuller for their wonderful accompanying. Thanks to Mrs Hawthorne and Mr Finlay for their co-ordination and organisation of the event and to all of the staff who supervised during the weekend.


  • Primary Vocal Trio / Quartet
  • Glennie Junior Years Quartet - 1st 
  • Primary School A GRADE CHOIR (minimum 17 voices)
  • G Major Choir - 1st
  • Primary School VOCAL ENSEMBLE (5 to 16 voices)
  • G Major Arpeggios - 1st
  • Primary School HYMN SINGING CHOIR 
  • G Major Choir - 1st 
  • G Major Choir - 2nd
  • Primary School MODERN CHOIR
  • G Major Choir - 1st 
  • Primary School Years P - 4 A GRADE JUNIOR CHOIR
  • G Minor Choir - 2nd
  • Years 1 and 2 Dramatisation of a Poem Group
  • Bumblebees - 1st 
  • Year 3 Poem in Pairs
  • Disha Gowda & Sophia Kavanagh - 3rd 
  • Years 3 and 4 Dramatisation of a Poem Group
  • Butterflies - 3rd
  • Years 3 and 4 Dramatisation of a Poem Group
  • Dragonflies - HC
  • Years 5 and 6 Mime Group
  • Fireflies - 2nd
  • Years 5 and 6 Dramatisation of a Poem Group
  • Ladybirds - 3rd


  • All Age Graded Piano Solo Grade 1 Standard
  • Mya Gilbert - 2nd 
  • Primary Piano Trio 
  • Dominique Wilkes, Mya Gilbert & Hayley Catlow - HC


  • Secondary SCHOOL CHOIR
  • Middle Years Choir - 3rd 
  • Secondary School VOCAL ENSEMBLE
  • Glennie Singers - 3rd 
  • Secondary School VOCAL ENSEMBLE
  • Choral Group - 1st 
  • Secondary School MODERN CHOIR
  • Senior Years Choir - 2nd
  • Secondary School FOLK SINGING ENSEMBLE
  • Choral Group - 3rd 
  • Middle Years Choir - 1st
  • Middle School VOCAL ENSEMBLE
  • Glennie Singers - 2nd
  • Year 7 to 9 Mime Group
  • Group 1 - 2nd
  • Year 7 to 9 Mime Group
  • Group 2 - 3rd 


  • Year 8-9 Contemporary Commercial Ballad
  • Isabella Shelton - 2nd
  • Year 8 Music Theatre Solo
  • Isabella Shelton - 1st
  • Years 8 and 9 Contemporary Commercial Ballard Solo
  • Gracie O’Shea - 1st
  • Open Contemporary Commercial Vocal Solo
  • Gracie O’Shea - 2nd
  • Laura Hunt - 1st
  • Years 10 to 12 ROCK SONG SOLO
  • Laura Hunt - 1st
  • Laura Hunt - 2nd
  • Years 10 to 12 ROCK SONG SOLO
  • Celine Dixon - 3rd
  • Years 10 to 12 VOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
  • Isabel Lanigan - HC
  • Year 11 VOCAL (female) SOLO
  • Isabel Lanigan - 2nd 
  • Years 11 and 12 Duologue Pair
  • Robyn Lareman & Gabby Lawson - HC

Trophies and Awards

  • The Anne Thomas Trophy -The Glennie School 
  • Toowoomba State High School Trophy - The Glennie School 
  • The Eckert Family Trophy - Glennie  Junior Years
  • The Heritage Bank Shield - Glennie Junior Years
  • The James Cronin Memorial Trophy - Glennie Junior Years
  • Barbara Broom Trophy - Glennie Junior Years
  • Joy Hunter Memorial Trophy - Glennie Junior Years 
  • The Peg Russell Memorial Trophy for Best Accompanist - Mrs Lorraine Fuller
  • The Toowoomba Choral Society Trophy - Glennie Junior Years
  • Friendly Society Dispensary Trophy - Glennie Junior Years
  • Toowoomba Grammar School Trophy - The Glennie School Middle Years Choir

Check out some of the trophies that we brought back with us!

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Donaldson Wins!

25 May 2018

Congratulations to Donaldson House on winning the Junior Years Athletics Carnival.

All the results and photos will be in next week's edition of eNews.

Go, Donaldson!

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Darling Downs Cross Country

25 May 2018

On Tuesday, a team of 30 middle and senior years students competed at the Darling Downs Cross Country Trials. Glennie had a successful day with Abigail Schoorl (Year 12), Charlotte Lindemann (Year 12), Molly Martin (Year 10), Selena Still (Year 10), Alyssa Baker (Year 10) and Zoe Waters (Year 7) being selected in the Darling Downs Team. The 16 years girls also performed extremely well, with Molly Martin, Selena Still, Torwen Eerkens and Lily Black receiving the highest combined point score, based on position, from any school. Congratulations to all the girls who competed and to those who are now training for the Queensland State Championship.

Congratulations also to all students who competed in the West Zone Team at Darling Downs Cross Country on Tuesday 22 May. The weather conditions made the course difficult. A special mention goes to  Jazelle Carter (placed 2nd in 12 years age group), Amelia Telford (place 4th in the 11 years age group) and Caitlyn Garratt (placed 6th in the 10 years age group) who were selected for the Darling Downs Team to compete at the Sunshine Coast in July.

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Rugby Gala Day

25 May 2018

On Wednesday, Ella Kowitz, Jordyn Schriek, Alex McDonald, Skye-Maree Brameld, Taylah Stanley, Bella Byrne, Taleah McGrane, Taylor Stienmuller (inj), Matilda Leicht, Bridie Emmerton, Mykaila Saal, Lucy Stanford, Meg MacGillivray, Josie Larsen, Selena Still, Jessica Burke and Laura Hunt participated in the Karyn Murphy 9s Women’s Rugby League Cup. This is a statewide competition that started in 2017.  It was our inaugural year in the competition, and the girls are now the Darling Downs Champions. What a way to start our Rugby League pathway! They will travel to Ipswich to play against South West, Met. West and South Coast in order to compete for a spot in the Queensland Final.

The day consisted of two pools with nine teams from various Schools in Toowoomba. Our girls were undefeated in their pool and went directly into the final to play against an impressive team from Mount Lofty SHS. The game was drawn one all at half time. As a result of some strong coaching by Miss Shenae Ciesiolka, the girls managed to create another three scoring opportunities to win the game.

While I could list a number of impressive individual players and playing moments, I believe the most impressive aspect of this team is the manner in which they played together. For the majority of girls this was their first game of rugby league. It was Miss Ciesiolka’s guidance and the encouragement from seasoned players that allowed the team to create some wonderful moments of play throughout the day.

A big thank you to Team Manager,  Mr Griffith’s for being the driving force behind the team and for allowing the girls the opportunity to play. Congratulations to Shenae and the girls for representing the School with such pride.

We look forward to hearing about your successes in the next round; Good Luck!

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Tori off to New Caledonia

25 May 2018

We know that Tori Gallegos is an incredible CrossFit athlete, but she is also an awesome weightlifter! Over the past year, Tori has been competing in weightlifting, performing snatch and clean and jerk actions. Over the weekend, Tori competed in the Queensland Weightlifting Association u15/17 State Championships. At this event she competed in the 63kg lifting division which she won in both the U15 and U17 divisions with a snatch of 64kg and a clean and jerk of 81kg giving her an overall total of 145kg.

Based on Tori’s performances in weightlifting over the past year, she has qualified for the Oceana Youth Team representing Australia in the Oceanic Championships in New Caledonia. Tori will be spending a week of her holidays in New Caledonia at the competition with the aim of qualifying for the Youth Olympic Games.

Congratulations Tori and we look forward to hearing your results!

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Training Commitments

25 May 2018

Parents are asked to discuss with their daughters an email sent to them this week about the importance of attending training sessions for their team sport. Girls who are unable to attend training for any reason should let their coach or a staff member know.

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Thank You

25 May 2018

A massive thank you to all the parents who volunteered on our netball duty day last week. It was a very successful day that ran smoothly thanks to all our parents!

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2018 All Schools Touch Football Campaign

25 May 2018

Training is underway for our All Schools Touch Football squads with 52 girls registering, hopeful for a spot in a team. The 13 years team started their training last Monday and the 15s and Opens will train on Sunday.

As in previous years, places are hotly contested and players commit to a 10-week training program and the opportunity to play in two tournaments prior to the Queensland All Schools teams being announced in August.  Specific team training increases in the final six weeks in preparation for the Queensland event held in Brisbane in October.

This year, we are again blessed to have Miss Elizabeth Campbell coaching the Open team, Miss Shenae Ciesiolka coaching the 15 Years and Miss Abbie Prendergast taking the reins of the 13 Years. It is the opportunity of a lifetime to be instructed by Australian level and representative players, and I am sure our girls feel very privileged.

We wish the coaching staff and teams all the very best for their preparations and look forward to hearing about their successes throughout this season.

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Five Years in a Row!

25 May 2018

Glennie has been crowned the Grand Champion School and the Champion Secondary school for the fifth year in a row at the Pryde’s Easifeed Darling Downs and South West Interschool Equestrian Championships held from May 11 to 13.

Glennie won all Secondary disciplines except for Dressage where we were runner-up. It was most exciting to win the Secondary Showjumping trophy. This we have not won for a number of years. The secondary team was supported by our lone primary school rider, Ellie Stenzel. Ellie rode in three disciplines and was reserve champion for two and champion for the other. This is an outstanding achievement by a rider in Year 4. Well done, Ellie! Congratulations also go to Sarah Coggan who was the recipient of the ‘Summers Trophy’; an award presented to the Secondary rider who has accumulated the most points across the overall competition.

There were a number of Glennie parents who were crucial to the success of the weekend at a Darling Downs level. These included Ben Muirhead - President of the Darling Downs Organising Committee, Maureen Johnston - Showman convenor, Kirstie Ferguson - Combined Training and Stabling Convenor, Jill Hurst and Paul Reedy. Our Glennie Equestrian Supporters Team President, Paul Reedy, along with past student, Emily Coggan (2015) announced the events over the weekend. Paul also organised the Glennie camp and co-ordinated dinner arrangements for the two nights. Thank you to GEST for spreading the hospitality not only to all Glennie team members and their families, but also to other schools. Lastly, thank you to parents who assisted in constructing arenas and courses, packing them up and towing trailers back to Toowoomba.

We wish all girls well in their preparations for the State Interschool Championships (Dressage, Showman, Show Horse and Showjumping) being held in Caboolture from June 30 to July 3.

Miss Jacky Redman
Equestrian Team Co-ordinator

Team Results


  • Grace Muirhead, Shelby Emmerton, Holly Willmington, Sarah Coggan - Champion Secondary Show Horse
  • Piper Wise, Emma Massey, Becci Roellgen - 3rd - Secondary Show Horse


  • Shelby Emmerton, Emma Massy, Grace Muirhead, Becci Roellgen - Champion Secondary Showman
  • Piper Wise, Holly Hurst, Sarah Coggan, Emma Fitzgerald - 3rd - Secondary Showman


  • Bridie Emmerton, Ellie Reedy, Holly Hurst, Sarah Coggan - Champion Secondary Showjumping
  • Kate Bellars, Lucy Stanford, Georgette Emmerton, Lucy Griffiths - 4th - Secondary Showjumping

Combined Training

  • Becci Roellgen, Sarah Coggan, Bridie Emmerton, Jessica Black - Champion Combined Training
  • Imogen Taylor, Keeleigh Wise, Holly Hurst, Grace Muirhead - 3rd - Secondary Combined Training 


  • Piper Wise, Becci Roellgen, Sarah Coggan, Shelby Emmerton - Reserve Champion Secondary Dressage

Major Individual Results


  • Primary Preliminary: Runner-Up - Ellie Stenzel
  • Secondary Intermediate Preliminary: 4th - Keeleigh Wise
  • Secondary Intermediate Preliminary: 5th - Grace Muirhead
  • Secondary Senior Preliminary: Runner-Up: Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary Senior Preliminary: 5th - Imogen Taylor
  • Secondary Intermediate Novice: Champion - Piper Wise
  • Secondary Intermediate Novice: 5th - Holly Hurst
  • Secondary Senior Novice: Runner-Up - Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary Senior Novice: 6th - Emma Massey
  • Secondary Elementary: Runner-Up - Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary Elementary: 3rd - Shelby Emmerton

Show Horse

  • Primary Show Hunter: Champion - Ellie Stenzel
  • Secondary Show Hack: Runner-Up - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary Show Hack: 6th - Emma Massey
  • Secondary Show Hunter: Champion - Shelby Emmerton
  • Secondary Working Hunter: Champion - Grace Muirhead
  • Secondary Working Hunter: Runner-Up - Holly Willmington


  • Primary 3 Phase: Runner-Up - Ellie Stenzel
  • Secondary 3 Phase: Champion - Shelby Emmerton
  • Secondary 3 Phase: 3rd - Piper Wise
  • Secondary 4 Phase(45cm): 3rd - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary 4 Phase(60cm): Champion - Emma Massey
  • Secondary 4 Phase(60cm): Runner-Up - Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary 4 Phase(60cm): 3rd - Holly Hurst
  • Secondary 4 Phase(60cm): 5th - Emma Fitzgerald
  • Secondary 4 Phase(85cm): Champion - Grace Muirhead

Combined Training

  • Secondary 60cm: Champion - Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary 60cm: Runner-Up - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary 60cm: 4th - Imogen Taylor
  • Secondary 60cm: 6th - Holly Hurst
  • Secondary 80cm: Champion - Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary 80cm: 4th - Jessica Black
  • Secondary 80cm: 5th - Keeleigh Wise
  • Secondary 95cm: 3rd - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary 105cm: 4th - Bridie Emmerton
  • Secondary 105cm: 5th - Grace Muirhead


  • Secondary 70cm: Runner-Up - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary 70cm: 4th - Kate Bellars
  • Secondary 70cm: 5th - Lucy Griffiths
  • Secondary 80cm: Runner-Up - Ellie Reedy
  • Secondary 80cm: 5th - Georgette Emmerton
  • Secondary 80cm: 6th - Kate Bellars
  • Secondary 90cm: Runner-Up - Holly Hurst
  • Secondary 90cm: 4th -  Lucy Stanford
  • Secondary 90cm: 6th Becci Roellgen
  • Secondary 100cm: Runner-Up - Bridie Emmerton
  • Secondary 100cm: 6th - Sarah Coggan
  • Secondary 110cm: Champion - Bridie Emmerton

Photo:  Glennie Equestrian Dressage and Combined Training team. Left to Right, Back: Lucy Stanford, Emma Massey, Shelby Emmerton, Ellie Reedy, Sarah-Jane Coggan, Holly Willmington, Emma Fitzgerald, Imogen Taylor, Piper Wise, Holly Hurst. Middle: Keeleigh Wise, Lucy Griffiths, Georgette Emmerton, Holly Wilkie, Ellie Stenzel. Front:  Rebecca Roellgen, Jessica Black, Grace Muirhead, Bridie Emmerton. Absent: Kate Bellars.

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Have you got some sporting news?

25 May 2018

If you have any news about your daughter’s sporting success, we would love to hear from you. Don’t forget, if your daughter was in a team with other Glennie girls, we need to include them too!

Send any news and photos to sport@glennie.qld.edu.au

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Family Communion Service

25 May 2018

Our next Family Communion Service will be on Sunday 3 June at 9:30am in the Chapel of St Alban. Everyone is welcome to join in worship, song and sacrament followed by morning tea. If you able, please bring a plate to share afterwards.

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