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

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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

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Tartan 2016

Date: June 20, 2017

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

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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

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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

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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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Trade Skills Centre Opening 2015

Date: May 19, 2015     Posted by: Carmel Cowley

A new $550,000 Rural Trade Skills Centre which opened at the College this year will broaden career path opportunities for students wishing to enter agricultural industries. Students in the VET stream in Years 11 and 12 will use this facility as they undertake a broad-based Certificate II in Agriculture, designed to introduce them to a wide range of rural career paths, including the grazing industry (cattle and sheep), broadacre farming (predominantly grain), production horticulture (tree crops and viticulture) and ornamental horticulture (nursery industry)..

The new facility incorporates a classroom, staff facilities, machinery workshop, small nursery area, propagation shed, tool store and chemical store. At the same time, improvements were also made to the existing sheep yards and facilities, to complement the excellent cattle handling facilities already on site.

Another feature of the Rural Trade Skills Centre is a number of ongoing industry partnerships which support it in delivering the agricultural qualifications.

They include David Bondfield (Palgrove Charolais), the McMahon Brothers (orchardists), the Bourke family (dairy farmers), Tony Comino (Kominos Wines) and Dalby pastoralist and grain grower Bob Wild.

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