Monthly Archives: April 2015

Welcome back to another exciting term. It is with very grateful hearts that we received our new Year 1 and Prep buildings along with the brand new car park. I have been speaking to the staff and the students who are housed in our new areas and they absolutely love them. The whole project has
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As you know from my email which was sent out before the beginning of Term 2, Mr Curtis and Heads of School were in New Zealand on a study tour from 19 – 25 April. We visited six christian schools and Laidlaw College (Christian Tertiary Institution) in the North and South Islands during the week.
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Great Camps All Middle School students have been on camp for the first week of this term. The Year 7s have been to Canberra and were able to attend the 100 years ANZAC Gallipoli service in the nation’s capital. The Year 8 and 9 students have been on Outdoor Education camps. If you chat with
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Things Past… Year 11 & 12 Senior Exam Block & QCS Practise       At the end of last term our Year 11 and 12 sat their end of term examinations in our Exam Centre.  The Exam Centre is formed by opening rooms L8-L11.  The picture above shows what it looks like with all
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An unusually hot start to Autumn meant that some of our plantings in KG didn’t go according to plan! Classes raised lots of seeds into seedlings that were planted out late last term. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and other winter crops were planted in our beds only to succumb to the heat as they shriveled and
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Cattle Handling The beauty of studying Agricultural Science means that there is always something to be involved in, and the holidays are no exception. Over the two weeks break, Isabella Cornell and Dakotah Davis choose to immerse themselves into loads of practical learning on cattle washing and grooming in preparation for the Handling Completion at
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During the Easter holidays, Year 8 student Hamish White (tenor saxophone), travelled to Xiamen in China to be part of a 10 day Music Youth Exchange through the Sunshine Coast Sister Cities Association. Seventeen teenagers from ten different schools were chosen to represent the musical youth of the Sunshine Coast.  They had been rehearsing as
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The Easter weekend saw adult and junior choirs from around Queensland converge on the beautifully refurbished Brisbane Town Hall to compete against each other. Year 5 student Cara Bales sings with Oriana Youth Choir on the coast and they were awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in both Youth Musical Theatre and Intermediate Choral Contest, competing against much
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LIBRARY NEWS Library Hours Prep – Year 6 students:                      8am – 3:15pm Year 7 – 12 students:                          8am – 4pm Secondary Homework Club Teachers volunteer their time to assist with the Homework Club on a rostered basis. Every Thursday   (Year 7-12)           From 3pm – 4pm MAY IS NATIONAL FAMILY READING MONTH May
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