New Principal – Mr Kyle Thompson

Date: September 2, 2017

Watch this short video introduction from the new Principal at SCOTS PGC College during his recent visit. We are planning


New Principal Announced

Date: July 26, 2017

New College Principal to commence in Term 4, 2017 Click the link below to read more. New Principal_Media Release_Kyle Thompson


Tartan 2016

Date: June 20, 2017

To view a flipbook of the 2016 Tartan Yearbook please click on the link below: Tartan 2016 Yearbook   <!–


Zonta Breakfast for International Women’s Day

Date: March 13, 2017

In Week 7, Zonta held their annual International Women’s Day Breakfast at the Warwick RSL Kings Theatre. Guest Speakers included


Darling Downs Swimming Selection

Date: March 3, 2017

Congratulations to Tom Winter, William Gilmore and Toby Gilmore who have been selected in the Darling Downs Swim Team to


Swimming Success

Date: March 3, 2017

On Wednesday 1st March, five of our JAM students represented the Southern Downs at the Darling Downs Swimming Championships held at


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Our Cattle and Sheep Clubs compete at the Royal Queensland Show, Farmfest, Royal Toowoomba Show and other local shows. The College is home to a small Angus beef cattle stud and sheep are shown from the SCOTS PGC Texel stud.

Cattle Club

Apart from practical work undertaken as part of the curriculum, interested students are also encouraged to participate in the preparation and showing cattle as part of the College’s co-curricular programme. Each year we attend a number of local shows as well as some larger shows and competitions (eg. Beef Expo in Rockhampton, Royal Toowoomba, Farmfest, Royal Queensland, Ag Show).

Students learn to do all of the work involved in the showing of cattle – breaking in, washing, clipping, grooming, parading and judging. We have excellent facilities at the College for all of these activities.

Instruction in junior parading and judging are encouraged to compete.

Sheep Club

Similar to Cattle Club, students may choose to participate in the Sheep Club, which exhibits sheep from the SCOTS Texel stud (established in 1999). Each year we exhibit at the Allora, Pittsworth, Inglewood, Warwick, Royal Toowoomba, Goondiwindi, Gatton and Royal Brisbane shows. At each show, we typically compete against between one and three other Texel breeders and then, with any Champions, subsequently compete for the inter-breed Championship against winners from the other seven or eight meat sheep breeds.

Sheep Club is a popular co-curricular activity, especially with students in Years 5-10. Wednesday afternoons see a group of up to 15 students gather at the sheep yards, for activities which include:

  • Weekly weighing of the sheep to monitor growth
  • Husbandry operations such as drenching, hoof paring, tail docking and ear tagging
  • Show preparation (breaking in young sheep and training them to lead and stand)
  • Instruction of students in parading technique and how to judge
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