Year 12 Results-2014
Under its interim Chairman, our very own brother Keysar Trad, Muslims Australia, AFIC's The Islamic College of Brisbane convenes a…More...
On Wednesday the 26th of November the Year 7 girls got to experience the thrill and competitiveness of a friendly inter-school netball match against AIIC. After 6 weeks of netball sessions, the girls were ready to put their skills to the test. After an hour long match of determination, encouragement, team work and excitement, ICB finished the game with a WIN! (8-3).
THE OLD SCHOOL
On Tuesday, 4th of November, we arrived at the museum at 9:30 and divided into four groups. I was in the purple group. Our group first went to the old school. It had strange looking chairs we had to pull them down. The teacher had a stick to hit children and point with it up high to the reading text. We got to write on the slates with a slate pencil, it made funny noises. The lady showed us pictures of old school it was different than today’s school because there was no playground, no uniforms and it was all made of wood with no proper floor. The children came to school on horses and even they got hit by stick if they raced their horses going back home.
CPAC purchased 4 sets of checkers and mats for students to play with during Playtime Breaks. Our Resource Coordinator, Mrs Sharyn Jackson, has labelled all checker sets so that each piece will stay with the right sets. They are stored in coloured wheelie bins and these are set up on the grassed area in front of the Computer Lab. Our PE teacher, Ms Sam Hurst prepared the rules and roster for checkers. Students have been using these set since the beginning of Term 4.
The Girls swimming carnival was held on the 16th of October at the Rackley Swimming Pool in Runcorn. By 830am we had so many enthusiastic young ladies eager to commence their first swimming race. I am so proud of everyone for having a go. There were some girls who weren’t extremely confident to swim, however they put their doubts aside and swam from one end of the pool to the other without stopping. Such a great achievement, the girls should be so proud.
The Year 3-7 Boys Swimming Carnival was held on Thursday 9th October at the Rockley Swim School. The carnival was a great success thanks to the dedicated staff that ensured the day ran smoothly. I was so impressed with everyone for hopping in the pool and giving the events a go.