Monthly Archives: September 2014

  What’s happening on the new block? Many of you may have noticed all the activity which began on the new block on Friday 12 September. Clearing is now full speed ahead for the first stage of construction. As promised, the first thing to be built will be a new car park that will hold almost
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  As the term comes to a close I just wanted to leave you with a message which I shared with our fathers at the Father’s Day Chapel last week (photo gallery below). I hope it is an encouragement to everyone who reads the primary section of the newsletter this week and blesses you as you fulfil
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Our Year 8s Walked on Water last Friday … well not exactly. However, it is a good reminder to keep looking upwards and outwards. That was the disciple Peter’s (almost) fatal flaw – he began to look down. The end of the year is almost in sight. It is so important to keep looking ahead
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Secondary Awards Night 6pm, Tuesday, 5 November at Events Centre, 20 Minchinton St, Caloundra Our awards night will soon be happening, followed by Graduation ceremonies and the school formal.  Please note that attendance by students at the Awards night is considered compulsory.  Please mark this evening in your diary and plan to be there.  It is
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We are again excited to report that GCCC came 3rd for French in the recent QLD State Language Perfect Competition. This comes after a marathon 1st place finish in a three week Sunshine Coast Competition. These results indicate that our students have continued to improve on their earlier excellent Worldwide Championship results in May, when
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The students had a very interesting time learning about the work involved in producing strawberries.They watched a video and then had a tour of the packing shed. After this they picked their own strawberries  to take home and were given some strawberry ice cream. Yummy Yummy. Julie Peters, Head of Hospitality

Many Primary families contributed to donations of glasses, toothbrushes/paste and soap for the YWAM medical ship, to use in Papua New Guinea. The YWAM volunteer staff hold clinics, conduct eye operations and dental work, in addition to general hygiene education. This week the Year 6 students had the privilege of delivering the donations to the
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Next term all the Year 1 to 6 PE classes will be walking to the Beerwah Community Pool for swimming lessons in each week’s lesson time. Children will be put into ability groups in each class and Mrs Stott and Swim Instructors from the pool will be teaching each group. Each class will need some parents to
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Age Champions 1st 2nd 3rd 9 Yr Girls Lainey Grieves Amy Trevan Ella Childs 9 Yr Boys Daniel Coumi Noah Smerdon Aaron van der Palan Bryce Sambrook 10 Yr Girls Cassidy Ferris Molly McCaughey Shelby Daunt 10 Yr Boys Daemon Cruise Ethan Palmer William Thomas 11 Yr Girls Amity Roser Emily Roach Willow Hildreth 11
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Qualifiers for State Championships We had five students qualify for the State Athletics Championships last week which is awesome. They will compete in Week 2 and 3 next term. The students are: 10 year Cassidy Ferris – 200m 11 year Laura Vobr – Discus and Shotput Ella Micheilson – 400m, Long Jump, Triple Jump Andrea Little
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