Upcoming Events

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CARTER’S CHESS ONLINE in TERM FOUR – FREE ONE WEEK TRIAL!

Students may partake in a weekly platter of CHESSie goodness and each day features something different!

Morning and afternoon chess events throughout Term Four from Monday to Friday…for 10 weeks!

Join CARTER’S CHESS ONLINE for variety, community and frivolity.

The Online Program is designed to: PROMOTE PARTICIPATION WITH GREAT VARIETY AND INCREDIBLE VALUE. We want to make EVERY day a CHESS-TACULAR day!

For details, click on the button below.

Can not recommend this highly enough.

– mother of participant.

TERM FOUR ONLINE CHESS REGISTRATION

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REGISTRATIONS OPEN SOON FOR THE DECEMBER/JANUARY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS ONLINE CHESS PROGRAM

Keeping the kids engaged and developing their skills throughout the school holidays.

We are planning for 2x 60 minutes sessions each Monday to Friday. A fun mix of chess variants, tournaments and maybe some crazy chess puzzles.

For more information, you may click HERE and send us a message that you are keen to know about the DEC/JAN School Holidays Online Chess Program.

NOTE: the online chess program is for students only – primary AND secondary.

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We can only wait for the social distancing regulations in Queensland to lift so we may begin organising events again. Regrettably, we have missed our annual Star Wars Day Chess event on May 4th as well as a number of our BIG CHESS DAY OUTs.

The current isolation regulations have also meant that for the first time in MANY years, the inter-school chess tournaments around Queensland have also been cancelled. A particular shame for some of the regional towns where the chess tournaments were growing in numbers and the students were eagerly anticipating each event.

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CHESS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED.

Ted offers chess coaching for people who have limited or no sight. With special boards and pieces designed for the blind and visually impaired, Ted’s offers coaching that is patient, encouraging and inspiring.

If you know someone who would like to learn to play chess but thought it not possible due to a lack of sight, please email Ted at ted@edwooducation.com.au to discuss all that is possible.

Chess is strategic game which can be played by anyone. The pieces can be changed so that a blind player can learn to play the game. There are different games in chess such as Take-Me chess and are an easy way to start to learn to play. Ted is an excellent and patient teacher.

– mother of blind student.

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