Monthly Archives: September 2015

It looks like we are seeing Term 3 out in style with some of the biggest events of the year occurring within the last fortnight. Shine Take 2  After postponing Shine due to bad weather a couple of weeks ago, we were a little anxious about the rain which seemed set in by Friday afternoon.
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As you read this, most of our Year 11s are either on Camp at Helidon or they are in Fiji on our annual mission trip.  Please pray for us as these two trips will help set the tone and culture of the College in 2016. We are now looking forward to the end of 2015
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The last few weeks of this term have been busy with the many things happening alongside the craziness around meeting assessment deadlines. Here are a few of those other things: Make a Stand Well done to our 20+ students who stood from 8:30am to 1:30pm a week ago Thursday.. This raised money for the organisation,
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For those of you who attended the SHINE performances on Friday 11 September I’m sure you would agree that it was a special evening where Music, Dance, Drama and Visual Arts were show cased beautifully. It is wonderful that both Primary and Secondary performances and static displays were included and we were very impressed by the quality of all
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While it seems very early to be talking about Work Experience 2016, in October Year 9 students will be introduced to the preparation for Work Experience during an Information Night. This night will be held on the 13 October, 6:30 – 7:30pm in the Theatre. A letter will sent out in the first week of
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Hi Everyone, It’s the end of another term and the year is flying by. I would like to thank all those families who have helped the P and F in some way this term. Whether it be with your time or supporting a fund raiser, we appreciate it. We had a very successful Father’s Day
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As a member of the Church pastoral team and school chaplaincy team I am given uncounted opportunities to bless people. We are involved in numerous fundraisers, community events, food drives, mission trips, sponsorship programs – the list goes on! Always in the back of my mind however is the question: “Why are we doing this?”
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Kitchen Garden news Spring is such a beautiful time of the year to spend in the garden. Everything seems to wake up and start growing great guns. Unfortunately this includes the weeds. Luckily we have many eager hands to help keep them under control! Classes harvested bowls of strawberries and peas, which were eaten fresh
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One week remains of the three week competition at the Yr 5 and 6 Glasshouse  Interschool Touch competition and the girls teams are in great positions. The Girls B team have played really well and won every game they have played, some by large margins and some have been close games. Most of the girls
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Congratulations go to the many students who played in club sport finals over the past few weekends. To reach the final, teams have had to win most of their games all season which in itself is a great achievement. Declan Martin’s 12 yr Boys Caloundra Division 1 Soccer team convincingly won their final winning 5
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