Positive Parent Information Sessions

Providing Information Sessions not only show you care, are organised and keen to help their child, it also adds value to your Childcare Centre and/or School. Education and Support for: ADHD, allergies, anxiety, asthma, autism, chronic fatigue, depression, digestive issues, infections, learning and language delay and a range of brain-immuno-gut conditions. Parent information sessions are
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K3 Coaching school holiday camps

K3 Coaching along with K3GK & K3GGG are back with their school holiday camps this July. See the flyer for more information:    

Year 10 STEM Program at USC

Over the course of four Monday afternoons this term, myself, Dominic Ruhle, Ellena Jimenez, Bakani Kombanie, Bray MacCartie and Elouise Tye attended a STEM connect program at the University of the Sunshine Coast. We took part in five different workshops, covering various aspects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. My favourite workshop was during the
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Parent Pipeline – Growth Mindset: raise a child with grit

More than 20 years of research shows that the key to success in school and life is being able to apply a growth mindset. As it turns out, if you believe that trying hard will make you smarter, it will. Mums and dads: Help your child internalise the crucial message that working hard is how
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Ginger Factory excursion highlights

Year 1 excitedly set off on Thursday 14 June, to the Ginger Factory in Yandina. We not only loved riding the train and trying to find the gingerbread man as we travelled the world all aboard the boat tour, but we had the most marvellous questions to ask the wonderful guides. The children were respectful
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Bankfoot House 150th celebration

Heritage games such as skipping and quoits, and competitions for best beard and best pioneering outfit, will be some of the features of Bankfoot House’s 150th birthday celebration on Sunday 14 October this year. Bankfoot House is the oldest family residence in the Glasshouse Mountains district. It was established by Mary and William Grigor in
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Five reasons our musical was such a success

Glasshouse Christian College Principal - Mike Curtis

I hope those of you who were able to attend enjoyed our musical of The Little Mermaid. We anticipated that it would be a great production and it not only lived up to our expectations but exceeded them. I saw some little girls in the audience dressed up as their heroine Ariel and heard other
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Generate – College faith magazine

Our Senior faith space of Generate have been true to their name. This year they dreamed of producing a school faith and life magazine themselves – and that’s exactly what they have done. They generated an impressive magazine called “Let there be Light”. This is their second issue and from now on we will add
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Library News 15 June 2018

Year 8 Readers Cup Competition: A team of enthusiastic Year 8s – Ruby Smith, Olivia Ellis, Scott Roy and Mason White stepped up to the challenge of preparing for the Sunshine Coast Readers Cup Competition held at Chancellor State College last Thursday 7 June. Participating in the competition was a great opportunity for building teamwork, encouraging
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