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COVID-19: What’s changed? What’s stayed the same?

There have been so many changes in the world due to COVID-19, that it’s barely recognisable in some countries. Even in Queensland, there are small changes like less traffic on the road and big changes like seeing restaurants and cafes closed for business. It hits home hard when you learn of friends or family members
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Learning from home – key considerations

Gail Mitchell - The Eagle Newsletter

First of all, I would like to say a huge thank you to the many parents who have sent through such positive messages of thanks, encouragement and gratitude at this time. As we pull together to make sure that learning is easy to access, engaging and relevant, your support and kind words have been most
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Fantastic softball experience

Softball is a fantastic game which our Year 5 and 6 students enjoy learning and playing in Term 1 each year. Some have never played it before but find that it is a fantastic sport which is fun but also technical to play at a high level.  Three of our students took their softball experience
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DeLorean Project – Pilot Projects

Over the last eight weeks, our Year 10 students have been busy engaging in a Pilot Project for DeLorean. Each Wednesday, students have been taken through a course of action to turn an idea into a project. Essentially the Pilot Project, in its condensed form, follows our DeLorean Project tagline… THINK, CREATE, SHARE. The aim
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Middle School Group B scuba dive

The Middle School Group B students completed the first dives of their PADI open water course last Friday. Conditions were excellent with good visibility and calm conditions. The majority of students made it through their skill sessions and dives without issue. Both Group A and B have two dives each before being awarded their certification.

Kitchen Garden – sweet potato gnocchi

Sweet potato gnocchi with tomato basil sauce is on the menu this week in Kitchen Garden as we continue to use our abundance of sweet potato and another herb to try. Most children have loved it and licked the tomato basil sauce off their plates. After all the rain and hot weather we have had,
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Interschool softball cut short

Year 5 and 6 students have been practising their softball skills during Term 1 in preparation for the Glasshouse District Interschool Softball competition. Twenty girls’ and boys’ teams from local schools competed in A and B divisions in a two-day competition. Unfortunately, the wet weather and COVID-19 has meant that only Day 1 of the competition
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The PhysioHelp (GCC Family Business Directory Listing)

The PhysioHelp in Beerwah will help you with all your physiotherapy needs:Back and neck pain, sport injuries, falls and balance, Pilates, strokes and head injuries, lymphoedema, hydrotherapy, dry needling, safe return to work, and massage. Business Address: 74 Simpson Street, Beerwah, Queensland, 4519 Phone: 0434 788 844 Email: [email protected]

Leach Trusses (GCC Family Business Directory Listing)

Leach Trusses is a local roof truss manufacturing company who can provide you with trusses for your renovations or for building your own home or business. They have been in the Landsborough area for over 40 years and they believe in supporting local businesses. Website: www.leachtrusses.com.au Phone: 07 54941077 Email: [email protected] Business Address: 46 Hardwood
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Nine suggestions for raising creative kids

In the current situation, many of us are forced to be creative in how we do life. For example, most churches are closing this Sunday but they will live-stream their service and are asking for small groups of people to gather in each other’s homes so they don’t miss the community aspect of church. Many
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