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Church kids are happier than non-church kids!

That sounds like a bold statement to make yet it is backed up by Harvard health, who conducted a study using sample sizes up to 7500 young people with an average age of 14 with 8-14 years follow up from 1999 to 2013. They discovered the following which was published in an academic journal [read
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Year 6 Make a Difference

As you will have read in previous Eagle Newsletters the Year 6 students have been taking part in group projects to ‘Make a Difference’ in their local community. Here is the last instalment of articles from those groups. The Peacekeepers team decided to make a difference by providing a student-based support network to support Year
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3 Reasons the PingPongAThon was a success!

We built Community At the 2019 PingPongAThon it was great to see all kinds of students from most year levels participate in raising money and awareness about the Pong. The all-nighter was so much fun with many students encouraging each other to stay awake and building a deeper level of community. We built Empathy It
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Graduation and Clap Out 2019 photo gallery

Didn’t our graduates look smart in their gowns and mortarboards! Graduation was an emotional event that left most of us reaching for a tissue. There was the touching scene as Preps held hands and escorted the Year 12 students to the Sports Centre; the funny but moving speeches by students, teachers and even a parent;
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Year 12 2019 Formal photo gallery

For all of those who couldn’t make it to the formal and for those who would like to relive the night through the photos – here they are. Photos from the formal photographer will be available a little later on – stay tuned!

Beerwah Tower Green Christmas Twilight Market

Come along to get into the festive spirit on the Beerwah Tower Green. Saturday 7 December from 3pm to 8pm, at the CWA Hall, and surrounding Beerwah Tower Green on Simpson Street, Beerwah.  With over 30 stalls of locally produced handicrafts, jewellery, homewares, food, gifts and clothing, you can shop locally and sustainably knowing that you are
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Christmas at Lifepointe

Lifepointe is running a free community event from 14 to 23 December and it’s suitable for the whole family with a concert, lights display, jumping castle, face painting and much more. All the details are in the poster below.

A big week!

Week 6 of Term 4 is often a big one with annual events such as the Year 12 Formal on Wednesday and the Graduation and Clap Out on Friday. However, this week was even bigger than normal with Remembrance Day on Monday, Middle School Eagle Awards on Tuesday, the Year 6 Leadership Assembly on Wednesday,
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Servant leadership in Year 6

Gail Mitchell - The Eagle Newsletter

You could scroll online right now and find at least half a dozen titles about how to be a great leader, how to get people to follow and listen to you, how to achieve influence and make a difference. You would find titles about how to make your name known, build your popularity or acquire
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Great experience at AFL

Year 5 and 6 put in to practise all the AFL skills they had learned during their PE lessons in Term 3. They competed against other Glasshouse District Schools in a two-week competition which was run by AFL Development Officers.  Some students were very experienced and skilful AFL players but others in our teams were
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