Monthly Archives: February 2014

On Friday 28 February there was a lot of excitement as Radio Station Hot 91.1FM broadcasted their morning program from the school and brought all sorts of goodies with them. Hot 91.1FM put on a sausage sizzle and gave away free lollies and stickers but they also brought with them Maleny Dairies and the Fusion
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Over the Christmas holidays, my mum, my brother Flynn (11M) and I went on a trip to Africa. And it was the best thing I’ve ever done. The people lived in what they could find. Wherever you went, there was some cardboard and a worn away blanket; wherever you went, there was someone’s home. We
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Tom Thow recently competed in the Regional Little athletics carnival. With determination he came 1st in Shot Put, 3rd in 200m, and 4th in 100m and Long Jump. With these great results, Tom has qualified for these 4 events at States to be held in Cairns.  Tom also received a Silver and Bronze in the 4
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The GCCC Swimming team put up a valiant effort at the independent school sports district swimming event at the Noosa aquatic center last week. Throughout all races over the course of the day the GCCC swimmers consistently finished in the top 50% amongst swimmers. The carnival kicked off with the long distance events. These races
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The next Beerwah Blue light disco will be held at Beerwah Community Hall on Friday 14 March between 6:30pm and 9pm

Breaking news: Hot FM are broadcasting from the College this Friday morning between 6am and 9am. There is a free BBQ, flavoured milk and a big van full of computer games to play. All the GCCC students are welcome and it is being held in the Primary area. This is all part of a prize
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FEBRUARY  Tue 25 School Photos—Prep to Year 6 Thur 27 School Photos—Years 7 to 12 MARCH Thur 6 School Photos catch up Mon 10-Tue 11 Year 11 Exam Block Thur 13-Fri 14 Year 11 Exam Block Fri 14 9.30am-10.30am  Induction of Primary Leaders Mon 17-Fri 21 Year 11 Emu Gully Camp Thur 20-Tue 25 Year
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Working together As a Christian school there are practical applications to what we believe and what we expect from our parents and guardians as they partner with us in the education journey of their children. We believe that parents have the primary right and responsibility for the nurture and teaching of their children. Therefore GCCC
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  PRIMARY SPELLING PROGRAMME A few years ago, after considerable research, we made the decision to change from our current spelling programme (Spelling Mastery) to Words Their Way.  Last year we organized to have one of the authors of this programme to come from Melbourne this week and spend time in small groups with teachers
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How can people build self-esteem? “The answer is never to get them to feel better about themselves. The ‘self-esteem’ trip is a dead end. “The answer is to have people feel connected to love,” according to psychologists Henry Cloud and John Townsend. When people already feel connected and accepted, they do not have to try
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