Glasshouse Christian College

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image Term 2: What was the greatest thing that happened?

There are so many wonderful things that have happened this term, but as I reflect over the last ten weeks, the greatest thing for me personally would have to be the birth of my first grandchild. I’m sorry, but it wasn’t GCC winning a sports carnival or the Gala Music night or even one of…
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image Ordinary lives in Middle School

Do not ask your children to strive for extraordinary lives. Such striving may seem admirable but it is a way of foolishness. Help them instead to see the wonder and the marvel of an ordinary life. Show them the joy of tasting tomatoes, apples and pears. Show them how to cry when pets and people die…

image End of Term 2 Primary News

As Term 2 draws to a close, I would like to acknowledge the work done by our students and staff in the Primary school this semester. Also, congratulations to all students and teachers for the valued and important work that has gone into this assessment and reporting period. Primary reports will be available on the…
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image 3 ways you can remember God these holidays!

Who’s over ironing school uniforms, preparing packed lunches, getting the kids out the door on time with both shoes on, somehow managing the after-school traffic without flipping your lid? All of these things are what you might love to leave behind you when the school holidays come around. The stress of getting homework and assignments…
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image Born to Dance Festival

On Wednesday 26 June, all three College Dance performance teams participated in the Redcliffe Born to Dance Festival. All teams performed wonderfully. We also had some good results from the day, with the Middle School Dance Troupe placing 3rd in the Jazz section and the Secondary Team placing 3rd in the Hip Hop section. Please…
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image Lachlan presents at the Water Wise Conference

Lachlan had the opportunity to present at the Sunshine Coast Council Water Wise Conference on his Agricultural Science investigation on urea coatings, leaching and assimilation. Lachlan was fantastic in both this and the follow up media interviews with Channel Nine. Thanks so much to Food Agribusiness Network and Sunshine Coast Council for such a wonderful…
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image Respect: 4W students show us what this means to them

Respect is one of our College’s core values. The wonderful students of 4W show us how they display respect around our College.

image Primary Boys Soccer Team

Congratulations to our Primary Boys Soccer Team who played against, and defeated, Banksia Beach State School 5-1 on Tuesday for the right to progress to the Sunshine Coast Qualifying Championship and then hopefully to the South East Queensland School Championships. Our boys displayed great teamwork with accurate passing, solid defence and strong attacking raids. All…
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image Nursery Rhyme Day in Prep

Look how great our Preps looked on our Nursery Rhyme Day. There were so many spectacular and creative costumes.

image Year 1’s excursion to the Ginger Factory

On Thursday 20 June, nearly 70 excited students and their teachers boarded the College buses to head to the Ginger Factory Yandina. We were accompanied by wonderful parent volunteers to lead small groups as we were shown around the varied sections of the venue. Each class enjoyed a train ride, a boat trip ‘around the…
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image Kitchen Garden News – Term 2 Week 10

This week in Kitchen Garden we harvested a bumper crop of carrots, not your ordinary everyday carrots but crazy carrots! Our carrots had many twists and turns and many legs, some even looked like strange creatures from the deep but they tasted delicious! Eggplant and snow peas were also harvested in abundance. There is nothing…
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image Heading off to the Sunshine Coast Schools Regional Track and Field Carnival

We would like to wish the following students all the very best at the upcoming Sunshine Coast Schools Regional Track and Field Carnival. They will be representing the Glasshouse District Team and will compete at the Sunshine Coast University track on 16 and 17 July. All the very best to: Ashton van Straten, Max Cashin,…
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image Year 5 Excursion to Gympie Gold Museum

This term, Year 5 had a great day learning out of the classroom at the Gympie Gold Museum! There were so many interesting things to see and to do. As we walked around the museum, it was like we had stepped back in time. We were able to see the blacksmith working at his forge.…
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image Show Jumping Event

All Primary and Secondary school riders are invited by St Andrew’s Anglican College to their annual Show Jumping Day at Tewantin Noosa Pony Club on Saturday 10 August. Entries close 5pm on 29 July 2019. Registrations: https://www.trybooking.com/BDKKY All the details along with a program of events can be found here.

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