From the Co-curricular Desk

T4W6 Sport Fixtures T4W6 Co-curricular Program

T4W6 Co-curricular Program T4W6 Sport Fixtures

Mr Tom Bradbury | Assistant Director of Co-curricular Activities

We are another week through the term and our students continue to strive for excellence both inside and outside of the classroom.  We will have the opportunity to reward our students for their co-curricular efforts throughout 2019 at our Co-curricular Awards Assembly next week, which is set to take place on Wednesday 13 November at 1:30pm in the Des Davey Dining Hall.   Families of prize winners will be notified via SEQTA direct message shortly, so please ensure you check your messages.

Pipe Band Concert

Our pipers and drummers along with the College Rock Band are warming up their instruments and are set to take the stage for a community concert this Saturday, at the Warwick Town Hall.  Tickets are available online (at the link below) and at the door, so please support these young musicians!

Link to purchase tickets



Darling Downs Aquathlon and Triathlon – Run, Swim, Run or Swim, Ride, Run!

The art of the transition is key for these events and recently Bailey Harm represented the College at the Darling Downs 10-12 years Aquathlon Championship and Trials in Dalby. Bailey finished seventh overall and was chosen in the Darling Downs Team to contest the State Championships in 2020.

This coming Sunday our older students contest the 13-19 year Darling Downs Triathlon Championships in Oakey. Shona and Ewan McFarland are taking the twins concept to a new level as they both contest the Open Girls and Boys Triathlon course which consists of 750m Swim, 20km Bike and 5km Run. With temperatures set to climb they will want to be off the course as early as possible. Good Luck to them both and hopefully they will join Bailey at the 2020 State Championships at Hervey Bay.


Cricket continues for our players across all grades this weekend. After a greatly improved performance last weekend the SCOTS Under 16 team will be keen to build upon this success with the confidence it brings.


The finals of Wednesday night fixtures commence next week. Our teams have been going well but will need to really go hard in these final weeks to claim the accolades.  Best of luck to our students in their quest to make the grade!

SCOTS Junior Touch

Week 4 matches sees us over the half way mark in the competition with no clear path as to who will figure in the finals of the Under 12/14 competition. Come on down Friday afternoon to see the 144 students from across the district converge on Briggs and Dunning for another afternoon of fast paced action.