Monthly Archives: July 2013

GCCC would like to send a team of Show Jumpers to the Schools Challenge being organised by Matthew Flinders Anglican College and Maroochy Pony Club. This competition is held each year and we have several riders compete successfully over the past few years. These students have really enjoyed the competition and would encourage all riders
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JULY Wed 31 ICAS English Wed 31 6pm SET Plan & QTAC Info Session AUGUST Thur 1-Fri 2 QCS practise for OP Year 12 students Tue 6 7pm P and F Meeting Tue 6-Wed 7 Secondary Parent Teacher interviews Thur 8 & Fri 9 Primary District Athletics Tue 13 ICAS Maths Thur 15 Year 3
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Welcome to Term 3 I hope you had a refreshing break over the holidays although now that we are at the end of our second week of Term 3, it can seem like a distant memory. Grandparents’ Day Despite the soggy grey weather, Grandparents’ Day was a wonderful success. Held on the last day of
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PRIMARY NEWS Welcome to another new term. The recent holiday and pupil free week have been an exciting time for the primary school. Over the holidays, Mrs Mitchell and I spent a week in New Zealand visiting some schools and spending time with someone who had been a colleague of Mrs Mitchell’s when she was
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Attitude. When used as a stand-alone word it is often a derogatory term or a put-down. Someone who has ‘attitude’ is generally someone who is negative towards life. Yet, when used in the context of school we often ask students to have a good attitude. What does this mean? Can we make someone have a
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The Right Attitude   On day two of the Ashes first test, Ashton Agar, a 19 year old teenager from Melbourne, created cricket history.  A few minutes before midday Agar found himself as the last man walking to the crease with Australia having lost five wickets for nine runs in 31 balls. At 117 for
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Love them or hate them, GPS devices are common in most cars. As soon as you take a wrong turn (accidentally or deliberately) a voice tells you that it is ‘recalculating’ before giving directions on how to get back on track. In 2 Timothy 3:16 it describes the Bible as a spiritual navigation system for
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Hi Everyone!  I hope you had a fabulous holiday!  By now you will have received your chocolates.  Remember there are great prizes to be won for returning your money by the 1 August, as well as a HUGE Toblerone + more as the prize for the most number of chocolate boxes sold.  You can pick
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When Mark Kennedy was asked to play in the Sunshine Coast 12 year. Boys’ Football Team one week before the tournament he was very excited and thrilled to have the opportunity. The 12 Years and Under Queensland Schools Football Championships were held in Cairns last week and Mark played a utility role as either forward
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Nick Dwan and Tara Fissenden have been training hard in preparation for the Rugby League and Netball State Championships respectively. Nick competed as a member of the 11 Year Boys Sunshine Coast Rugby League team at Stanthorpe. He played five games over five days and had a great carnival playing really well making about 130
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