Monthly Archives: June 2014

  Thanks to a wonderful grandfather, Mr Paul Briton for these extra photos in the gallery below:                    

Fiji Mission Trip While most of us are looking forward to the school holidays for some relaxation, several of our staff and 15 of our students are planning to work hard in the schools and villages of Fiji. The Fiji mission team began work months ago by planning their ministry, practicing presentations and fund raising
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After another busy term I would like to wish all our families a safe and restful Semester one holiday.  I know that most of our parents and caregivers appreciate the change of pace during holidays as there is a break from the flurry of making lunches, checking homework and all the day to day aspects
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Legacy Cup – Challenge of the Minds The air was tense with excitement as our top GPA students contended for the Legacy Cup, Challenge of the Minds, during assembly last week. A collective breath was held as students waited to see if their team members would correctly state the name of Postman Pat’s cat. All
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Exams, Assessments and Reports This is our final week of term and we have been extremely busy with exams and assessments. Our exam block finishes in the last week of school allowing just two days for Year 11 and 12 to hand back papers and check results.  It is therefore vital that students do not
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After two weeks of competition in netball and soccer at the Glasshouse District Interschool Sport competition, our year 6 and 7 teams are competing strongly. Most teams have only lost one or two games from the five or six played. There is one more week of competition and final positions will be decided at this
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Sophie Trevan and Jaylah Daunt were selected in the 12 year girls Glasshouse District Touch Football team and have trained for the past six weeks with the team. Last weekend they competed at the Sunshine Coast Regional Carnival held at Glasshouse District Sports Grounds. The team meet some strong opposition but defended well and also
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Semi finals are the next step for our enthusiastic Community Cup Football team. Throughout Term two our team of Year 6 and 7 players have played four games against other Sunshine Coast Independent schools in the after school Community Cup Competition. The team has won three games and drawn one game which will put them into the
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Hi Everyone What a great time the students had at the primary disco last Friday.  There were some real groovers and shakers on the dance floor. I noticed a couple of staff members with some fine moves too. Mike Curtis was showing the Prep to Years 2s how it is done and Vicki Childs was
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In the past week our Agricultural Science Programme has benefited from a commitment of $500 from Coochin Creek Co-op to assist with the establishment of a Fingerlime orchard. Furthermore, local Fingerlime farmers, Tracy and Gerard Mackle of Coonowrin Fingerlimes, have pledged to support the students in the planning and maintenance of the orchard. Coochin Creek
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