Student Updates and Achievements

Yalari scholars continue to work hard, dream big… and achieve!

Taylor Hammond, Year 7 student  at Kambala, received The Year 7 Kambala Award. It is a special encouragement award for working hard and trying her best all year.

Connor McGovern-Cubby, Year 11 at Churchie was nominated and won the Vice-Captaincy of Goodwin House for 2021.

Year 8 Shore student, Luke Horwood showed great passion and interest participating in the school’s cultural education day.

Year 10 Scots PGC Warwick student, Scott Taat received the Kooga Cup – Rugby Player of the Year Award.

Jemmah Ronsen, Year 11 student at The Glennie School was awarded Player of the Year – Senior Schools Cup – Volleyball and Player of the Year – Open’s Rugby 7’s.

Iesha Gray, Year 9 student at Kambala earned a merit certificate for Personal Development, Health and Physical education. She received the best mark in her grade.

Reghan Bayles, Year 10  student at Toowoomba Grammar School was acknowledged for academic achievement at the school’s recent Speech Day.

Jemmah Ronsen, Year 11 student at The Glennie School was awarded Player of the Year – Senior Schools Cup – Volleyball and Player of the Year – Open’s Rugby 7’s.

Churchie Year 11 student,  Moigida Loban won the Emerging Artist Award and was also runner-up for art in his year.

Congratulations everyone!

We extend a mighty big congratulations to all Yalari students for the courage, determination and resilience to push through this very difficult year. You have done so well and we are very proud of you!

HELP INDIGENOUS CHILDREN RECEIVE A QUALITY EDUCATION, TO DREAM BIG AND ACHIEVE!

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