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  • Canterbury College is an independent, co-educational College inspiring students from Kindergarten to Year 12 to achieve their full potential in a vibrant and supportive environment.

    Our College has an enviable reputation for strong academic achievements and outstanding accomplishments in cultural, sporting and community service pursuits within a caring Christian community.


    Canterbury Fair

    It’s nearly that time again – the Canterbury Fair is coming! On 25 July, join the Canterbury College community for a fantastic celebration. Enjoy rides, entertainment, food and drink, stalls, games, prizes and fireworks. Pre-booked ride wristbands are $35 and can be purchased at http://www.trybooking.com/142168 Tickets purchased on the day will be $40.  

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    Under-8’s Day

    What a day 5 June was for our youngest students! We celebrated Under-8’s Day in the Canterbury Events Centre. It was a wonderful event with students completing obstacle courses, painting, crafts, playing in sand and water, on the jumping castle, in the animal farm and getting their faces painted. Parents came along to join in […]

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    Winter Music Festival

    Our Winter Music Festival was held on Saturday 30 May, and what a wonderful celebration it was. The auditorium was packed all afternoon and evening as audiences were treated to some magnificent performances by our choral, string, percussion, rock and jazz groups. Bravo to all of our talented performers – you made this a truly […]

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    Jamie Oliver Food Revolution

    Canterbury College students from Prep and Year Three took part in Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution on 15 May. The keen young chefs made a delicious and healthy “Squash-It Sandwich”, taking instructions from a virtual Jamie. Special thanks to Chef Adam from Chef Express for helping our students. Great job everyone!

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    Canterbury College students were inspired by trumpet maestro James Morrison when he rehearsed and attended a workshop at the College.

    Trumpet Maestro Inspires Canterbury Students

    Canterbury College students were inspired by trumpet maestro James Morrison when he rehearsed and attended a workshop at the College. James Morrison and Queensland Music Festival have been at the forefront of promoting music education across the state, and has invested in bringing communities together through shared artistic projects. Canterbury College is embracing Queensland Music Festival’s […]

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    Mt Cootha May 2015

    Japanese Garden Excursion

    Canterbury’s Year 8 students visited the Mt Cooth-tha Japanese Gardens for their Japanese assignments. The students are preparing for their Japanese writing assignment where they have to use Japanese colours, locations and descriptions to describe what is within the model Japanese Garden they are making. The Mt Coot-tha Garden has seven different lanterns and students […]

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