Monthly Archives: March 2015

P and F Disco The P and F Primary Disco last Friday night was a great success.  Thanks to all the P and F volunteers who worked hard to make it such a fun night for the little ones. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Paul Briton for taking photos on
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Term 2 Changes For many years we have always encouraged a “sense of community” where families meet of a morning and chat together as the children play. It creates a lovely environment for both children and parents and builds relationships. However, for some time there have been some concerns with students playing on the junior
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A picture can tell a thousand words. I hope you enjoy these few pictures taken of our middle school students engaged in a variety of school-related activities over the last week. End of Term 1 is a great point in the year. Students are in the routine of their classes and work, they know what is
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End of Term 1 It is with almost a sigh of relief that we enter into the Easter holidays.  It’s been a very busy term and the culmination this week of exams, marking and reporting certainly made things tough.  The picture above shows almost all our Year 11 and Year 12 doing one of their
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We have continued to plant out in our new extended garden area. This week we planted three more fruit trees which will not only give us some shade in the gazebo/sink area but hopefully lots of useful fruit! The Year 1 classes and 2W made a lovely, crunchy lettuce, pear and feta salad using fresh
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LIBRARY NEWS Library Hours Please note the Library will be closed over the holidays and will reopen in Term 2. Prep – Year 3 Bug Club Upgrade Bug Club is migrating to an exciting new platform which is compatible with iPads. It includes a large range of additional readers and new Bug Club worlds and
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Recently the Year 4s enjoyed an incursion with Kerry and the Goombuckar bus. The cultural activities included making rope from bark and seeing how to make baskets from palm trees. Students were entertained with Dreamtime stories and didgeridoo playing and then created some art work themselves. Nicole Jen

As Easter approaches and many people look forward to relaxing with their families, it’s timely to think about parents of children with a disability. Children with special needs have almost four times the rate of behavioural problems of typically developing children, which is an incredible statistic when you think about what this means for thousands
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Our Primary Ensembles have been rehearsing hard, and have finished the term with performances at Assembly. Little Voices sang ‘J-O-Y-F-U-L’ and ‘H.A.P.P.Y’  and the Primary Band played ‘Penguin Promenade’ and ‘Playing Around’ at assemblies during Week 9.  In Week 10 the Junior Choir, now known as “Sing and Shout” sang ‘I Feeling Happy’ and the
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Work Experience Year 10 Year 10 students have their week of work experience beginning the 20 –24 April. So don’t come to the College first week back after the school holidays – your employers are waiting for you! The University of the Sunshine Coast:- A FOCUS. Update #1 – Parent Lounge at USC Have you
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