Glasshouse Christian College

The Eagle

image Honouring our 10 year staff

Although this is the first week back for our students, our staff began seven days earlier undertaking professional development courses before enjoying our annual lunch to celebrate those staff that have been 10 years with the College. This year those staff members were; Lynn Wiggins, Wilma Offord, Andrea McDonald, Lin Smith, Jon Brown, Rob Maguire,…
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image Primary News

At the beginning of the Term I would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new families who have joined the College this week. We trust that you feel welcome and that your children will settle in quickly and make some good friends. Update Message on Notes and Resources from Grandparent’s Day If…
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image Uniform requirements

At the beginning of a new term it is always helpful to check that your children are in the correct uniform. We have a number of new students who have begun this semester so this document will be important to read. We consider uniform compliance to be a “given” here at GCC and letters will be…
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image Library News

Book Week – Find Your Treasure Book Week is coming soon! The CBCA Book Week theme for 2018 is Find Your Treasure. Book Week will run in Week 6, from Monday 20 August – 24 August. We will be running our annual Book Fair during Book Week. Our Secondary Character Day will be held on…
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image State Softball for Matthew Fielding

Matthew Fielding is an avid cricket player but when he turned his hand to softball he discovered he is also a talented softball player. Matthew has just been selected in the Sunshine Coast 12 Boys’ Softball team to compete at the Qld State School Championships in Ipswich in mid-September. Matthew enjoyed and excelled in the…
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image Determination shown at Interschool Sport

The Year 5 and 6 students have trained hard all term and were determined to show their ability in football and netball at the recent Glasshouse District Interschool Sport competition. The competition is played over three weeks and is organised into A and B divisions. GCC enters four teams in this competition and teams have been…
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image The power of praying parents

As parents we all want what is best for our children. That’s why you have invested in private education, and work tirelessly to provide for the needs of your children. Some of you spend hours driving your children from sporting events to social events and back again, but how many hours do we spend committing…
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image Year 10 multicultural luncheon

Year 10 Hospitality assessment task was a two-course meal, showcasing their selected countries food culture. The students picked their guests and worked through their lunchtime to deliver an excellent selection of different dishes from their country. The students enjoyed this unit as it gave them the opportunity to work as a team and plan their…
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image Passover in Ancient and Modern History

To wind up the term, Year 12 Ancient History and Year 11 Modern History joined forces for a fast paced Passover. Passover is an important event in Jewish and Christian history, commemorating God’s work in the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. A tapestry of tradition and symbolism, Passover usually extends over…
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image MEGA Garage Sale

Clear out your cupboards for our Mega Garage Sale on 4 August. A Big Year Crew in Senior School [Friday faith space] have been focussing on living like Jesus. A recent month focussed on holding your possessions lightly. In Matthew 6:19-20 we are challenged by Jesus not to build up material stuff but to focus more on…
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image ​Withdrawal of students

The Registrar’s Office would like to remind all parents/caregivers about the terms and conditions concerning the withdrawal of students. If students are leaving at the end of a school term or school year, parents/caregivers are required to give 90 days written notice prior to the student’s last day to the Registrar. Failure to do so…
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image Blue Light dance party

Friday 27 July is the date for this Blue Light Dance Party promoted by our local police department. It is for all school ages and should be a good night of fun and friendship.

image Triple P Parenting Course

This Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) is being held at Lifepointe Baptist Centre beginning on 17 July and running for eight weeks. The course is being run by Sunshine Coast Psychology Clinic & PND Centre and costs apply. All the information is in the brochure below.

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