Monthly Archives: July 2017

Last weekend the Drama Club students did the College and themselves proud at the Sunshine Coast Schools’ Drama Festival. It is the second year GCC entered this event, which the four groups took home three silver and one bronze trophy. Unfortunately, this means we are not attending this year’s highlights event, but it is a
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This year’s Shine on the Arts is going to be HUGE. Put Friday 1 September in your calendars now so you don’t miss it. All the arts will be celebrated and it is a whole of College event.

This was our biggest one yet with about 600 special guests and it was another huge success. You could see by the smiles on our students’ faces how much they loved having their grandparents or special guests there for them on the day. Many grandparents had travelled from long distances and this made the event
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Hello College families! What a great start to Term 3 with the fantastic Athletics Day events. We were very pleased to see the DeLorean Mobile Coffee (DMC) group of students running the coffee van purchased by P and F last year. Overall, they did a great job with lots of positive feedback.  Many thanks to
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Well done to our intrepid Year 9 students who braved the wintry weather, rode mountain bikes along challenging dirt tracks and carried their backpacks along a path that was aptly named ‘Heartbreak Ridge’. However, it’s not the outdoor adventure camp nor any of the activities that make a successful camp. Rather, it is the sense
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Congratulations to the following Year 3-6 students who achieved outstanding results on the Literacy Pro program in Semester 1. Their achievements were recently recognised at an Assembly where students received a LitPro Principal’s Award. Many students have read over and above their expected goals and continue to soar by reading consistently at home and school,
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Three wonderful gentlemen representing Gideons International dropped by to visit the Year 7s last week, handing out complimentary copies of New Testament Bibles to each of the students. Mr Ern Tozer organised the visit and ensured the students and men thoroughly enjoyed their time together. The gentlemen were impressed with the large classroom space that
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Well, Term 3 is certainly underway. In Year 8, we have been working hard. Students are busy in class (and hopefully at home). The assessment calendar for the term is out and on Connect. Students should all know what they have due and when. If they don’t please get your child to access Connect and
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Drama Club students will be taking to the stage this Saturday at the Sunshine Coast Schools’ Drama Festival. The four GCC groups across Year 7-12 will compete against other Sunshine Coast schools. The students have been busy rehearsing since late last term and even busier painting some large props. If you are free this Saturday, come and support these budding
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SHE stands for “Shaping Her Earth and Shaping Her Eternity” and is a rescue home in Cambodia providing a safe place for girls between five and sixteen who have been victims of the sex trafficking. Nine of our students want to help the SHE Rescue Home and they have worked out a very yummy way
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