News

Students have a Blast at T20 Cricket

What a blast was had by 28 Year 5 and 6 students when they competed in the Glasshouse T20 Blast Cricket Day at the end of the term. The aim of the day was to give students the opportunity to play games of T20 cricket and experience the excitement of fast paced short games of
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Five ways to help your child these holidays

Glasshouse Christian College Principal - Mike Curtis

It’s school holiday time and I know my children are looking forward to a break. The downside is that children’s learning levels will often go backwards after the school holidays and this is very evident to us as educators.  Children need a holiday and it’s important to relax and play. However, there are ways of
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P and F News

Primary Disco: Final Disco for the year will be held Friday 13 October.  An email will be sent out first week back in Term 4 with all of the details. Our regular DJ Wayne, better known as DJ Kingy will be back to put on another fun night for our primary students. Funfest 2018 Information Session: Save
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Pencil cases for Fiji

Every designer develops their skill purely to serve their clients. Our Year 8s did a great job not only making pencil cases, but stocking them up for the children of Fiji. It was heartwarming to see them passionately work away with the A team: Mr Ware, Mr Kasselman, Mr Carolissen.

Year 5 students shine in the Library

We have some Year 5 students to shout about! This term the Year 5 classes took part in Literature Circles during their iDiscover library lessons. During the unit students selected a novel to read and were placed in groups to discuss their novel at weekly LC meetings. Each week students had the opportunity to lead
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Important message from the P and F

Do you love GCC?  Are you able to help contribute to an already wonderful College? We really appreciate GCC families’ support and generosity for the Parents and Friends group who do an amazing job fundraising for the College’s resources which contribute to our children’s education. In the past four years, the P and F have
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Seven ways to have more green, less screen

As you contemplate holidays, I’m sure you are considering how to provide opportunities for your children to be more active. I clearly recall a holiday moment when my children were in upper primary. I proactively issued the edict that for every hour in front of a screen they needed to spend two hours outdoors. A
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Rugby League, a new passion for Lainey

Lainey Grieve is a fierce tackler and she had the opportunity to show her skills at the recent Queensland Schools Rugby League Championships. On Friday 1 September, Lainey Grieve from Year 6 travelled to Mackay for the inaugural Queensland School Sport 11-12 Years Girls Rugby League Championships after being selected for the Sunshine Coast regional
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Six students qualify for State Athletics Championships

Some fantastic performances from six of our best athletes at the Sunshine Coast Regional Athletics Carnival gained them qualification into the State Athletics Championships coming up next term. The most talented athletes from all over the coast gathered to compete against each other and gain selection to the State Championships. Natasha Hoeksema was overjoyed to
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Pizza for special dietary needs

This week the Year 7 students designed a special pizza for particular dietary needs. The students picked their own ingredients and made their own pizza for their assessment task. Students also had to evaluate their preparation, chopping skills and presentation of the pizza. Of course the best part was taste testing their hard work! Julie Peters,
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