Health Education is a subject that would interest students who are concerned about social justice issues and who have a strong commitment to community. Students considering careers in health-related fields including health policy development, health and safety laws and regulations, health advocacy, health information management, counselling, social work, medicine and nursing would find this subject beneficial.
- Dr Ray Barrett
ICB is surveying students from Year 5-12 and all parents for their opinions about various aspects of the College. I would encourage you to provide your responses online by Friday 11th September so that we can take your comments into consideration in our planning for 2016.
- Sam Hurst
On Thursday 30th of July, 2015 the Prep, Year 1 and Year 2 Athletics Carnival was held at the school on the top oval. What beautiful weather we had for this all day annual event. It was great to see all the students give all the events a go and try their best to gain house points for their team. This was the first year we did relays for preps, year 1 and year 2 and I have to say how proud I am of the team work and fast running from everyone involved.
- Catherine Wakefield
The Health Centre and nurse are located in the Junior Administration Building
The College Nurse is available from 8am – 4pm
Permission to attend the Health Centre is required and the ‘Permission to Attend Nurse’ form should be completed by staff for students who are leaving the classroom. To ensure safe passage of students it is recommended that children who are unwell are sent with a ‘buddy’ or a staff member.
- Amanda Dunn
On the 23rd of July, a small group of high schoolers, in year 10, 11 and 12, boarded the train to head to the Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point. The Big Day In was hosted at QUT and our lovely IT teachers had managed to save us a spot. The day consisted of a variety of lectures from some major companies that incorporated IT into their businesses.
- Rukhsana Ashraf
At Islamic College of Brisbane, we think it’s very important to encourage our students to lead active and healthy lifestyles. Through our participation in the adidas School Fun-Run – a healthy alternative to the traditional chocolate fundraising drives – we are eligible to enter a program called ‘CUA Community Care’ that gives us the chance to win $5,000 for a school or community project of our choice.