CHAC is delighted to congratulate its Principal, Mrs Robyn Bell, on featuring in a recent compilation of the 50 Best and Brightest in Queensland, published by The Courier Mail in its publication QWeekend.

The magazine introduces the December 5 to 6 2015 feature with:

‘We live in a great state – and it is people who make Queensland such a progressive and positive place to be. This week, in compiling our annual 50 Best & Brightest, we shine a light on some of the state’s highest achievers, rising stars and bold entrepreneurs. They come from a diverse range of fields and have varying interests, yet all share a passion for doing their best and making an impact.’*

When writing about Mrs Bell, the article said:

‘Cannon Hill Anglican College, in Brisbane’s east, has flourished under Bell’s 11-year stewardship. Last year it was named among the top 50 co-educational schools in Australia for NAPLAN results and in the state’s top 10. Bell is also a highly regarded member of the state and national boards of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools in Australia. “It’s a privilege to make a contribution to Australian educational leadership and to invest in the long-term wellbeing of society,” Bell says.’**

* The Courier Mail, QWeekend, 5 to 6 December 2015, page 3.
** The Courier Mail, QWeekend, 5 to 6 December 2015, page 14.