Monthly Archives: October 2016

Normally I begin my article with the most recent news last but we have had too much excitement for that to happen this time. Over the weekend our boys won the Junior Schools Cup State Championships in volleyball! Not bad for a little College in Beerwah against all the big Brisbane schools! Our girls came
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Term 4 has started already with a number of significant events and teachers have prepared all the important documents for Semester 2 reporting and the class lists, book and equipment lists etc for 2017. The closing term of any year is so important for the smooth start and establishment of the following one. Over the
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For a little known independent school hidden away on the Sunshine Coast hinterland, we can be very proud of some of our students who have made a name for themselves over this year. This week, our congratulations go to our Junior boys QLD state Volleyball champions and to our junior girls who ranked 7th in
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Last week the Year 11s travelled to Corbould Park to participate in the Rotary Young Drivers Awareness Program (RYDA). This is a fantastic program put on by a variety of volunteers and Emergency Services workers including Police and Paramedics. Joining the students was myself and Mrs Bullock. Our students were split into two groups and
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It’s hard to believe that our Year 12 cohort only have four weeks left of school! I’m sure many parents and students are wondering where the years have gone.. so what’s next? QTAC and Year 12 Applicants On 16 December 2016 the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority will post out results to OP eligible students.
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Opening Hours Prep – Year 6 Students:    8:00am – 3:15pm Year 7-12:                         8:00am – 4pm Homework Club Every Thursday  (Year 7-12)   From 3pm – 4pm End of Year Book and Mac Returns (Prep – Year 12) Please note the following dates
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We are so excited to be back for term 4! We have already harvested a bumper crop of beetroot, lettuce, tomato and kohl rabi. Kohl rabi is a member of the brassica family and tastes like a cross between broccoli and potato. The children have loved trying kohl rabi for the first time in our
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This morning I followed my regular morning tradition. 5am, my alarm went off. That was overly optimistic! After resetting it for 5.30 I drift off back to sleep. The same thing happens at 5.30, 5.45 and finally 5.55. At 6am I bound out of bed, officially running late. We all have our traditions, which dictate
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Wow if you wanted to see tenacity you need look no further than out GCC Netball teams at the Samsung Primary Schools Cup. These students played 10 games of netball over Saturday and Sunday last weekend in Ipswich. Two teams were selected last term and they have been training during lunchtimes and after school. Mrs Weatherburn
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