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image Principal’s Blog 14 September 2018

No supervision for children before 8am: Parents this is a reminder that there is no general playground supervision for students provided by the College before 8am. Students who are here before that time and are not under the direct supervision of either our Out of Hours Care Program (Helping Hands) or for sports training, band rehearsal…
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image Preps visit Woolworths

All three Prep classes had the opportunity to visit our local Woolies here in Beerwah for a Fresh Food Discovery Tour. The children were given special aprons and hats to wear and we all had to put on hair nets for hygiene purposes. First we went in to the bakery where the children saw a…
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image Escape Room Challenge

Solving clues can be a lot of fun, especially when you join with a few friends and take on the challenge together. Escape Rooms have become very popular, popping up all over the country as excited teams scramble to solve the ‘unsolvable’… to ‘escape the room’. This was certainly true for our secondary students during…
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image Library News 14 September 2018

Australian Reading Hour: On Thursday 20 September, you’re invited to stop what you’re doing for one hour and pick up a book to take the time to learn, grow, escape and relax. The Australian Reading Hour is held annually and we’ll be celebrating at the College by promoting reading in class and during Primary and Secondary…
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image A little party never killed nobody!

In celebration of their hard work this term, the Year 12 English teachers invited their charges to the ‘Gatsby Mansion’ for a celebration worthy of Term 3 and the completion of one of many rites of passages that are found in this unique year of their schooling – the QCS test. Joining with the IT…
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image GCC girls make it through to the Touch Football Grand Final

This week four GCC teams played off in the SCISSA Touch Football Semi Finals. A win here ensures a spot in a Grand Final in Week 10. These teams have had some fantastic wins throughout the season to make it to this point and we congratulate them on their efforts. Congratulations to the Junior Girls’…
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image Swimming lessons

Class swimming lessons start in Week 1 next term during PE lessons. All students will be involved in structured and ability level swimming lessons. This program requires each class to have two or three parents to help with supervision during the swimming lesson and on the walk to and from the pool. If you are…
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image Hello Jerusalem!

Talk with any secondary teacher about what subjects you should choose in Senior, and you will find our responses predictable and cliché. We all think the subject we teach is the most important – and… some of us would be right! We are all passionate about what we teach and engaging students in conversations around…
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image SBS National Languages Competition

SBS has the perfect holiday project for children who enjoy learning a second language. It is a great and worthwhile competition where your child could win an iPad pro!! These holidays why not tap into your child’s extra energy and creativity and encourage them to find that perfect picture; it could be a photograph, drawing, painting…
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image Hosting a Japanese student

Would you like to host a Japanese student in your home for 1 week in October?  A group of 14 / 15-year-old students from Seikyo Gakuen, a Christian private school in Osaka Japan, will be visiting the Sunshine Coast from 17 – 24 October and they are looking for families to homestay with where possible.  If you…
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image School holiday art and creative writing workshops

A choice of two workshops for September school holidays by Elaine Ouston: ART: Drawing and clay sculpture: Wednesday 26 September and 2 October  8.30am to 4pm. For children who love art, spend a fun day drawing your character then sculpting them with clay. Kids love to get messy and what better way to do it than sculpting with clay.…
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image Come and play softball

Suncoast Hinterland Softball Association invites interested players to sign-on for the upcoming Summer season.  Sign On: anytime Where: Mooloolah Multi Sports Complex – 129 Mooloolah Connection Rd, Mooloolah Who: Males and females of all ages and abilities – five years to masters Contact: 0422204661 or  secretary@suncoashinterlandsoftball.com find us on Facebook

image Ej and Aj Welding (GCC Family Business Directory Listing)

Aluminium fabrication Balustrade Electric / manual /swinging gates Privacy screens Glass pool fences Pedestrian gates Address: 46 Tunnel Ridge Rd, Landsborough Email: ejandajwelding@hotmail.com Phone: 0413 521 729  

image Nan and Pops Online Fruit Shop (GCC Family Business Directory Listing)

Nan and Pop’s Online Fruit Shop is a locally owned family run business, focused on providing excellent service and customer satisfaction, along with first grade fruit and vegetables and old-fashioned service like the days of “old”. Nan and Pops Online Fruit Shop has a great relationship with local farmers & distributors and source fresh produce…
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