Important update on GCC building construction

Glasshouse Christian College Principal - Mike Curtis

Back in February I spoke about some of the traffic changes that would soon be happening as a result of the building construction. Those changes are now imminent so I am giving you an update on how the building construction will impact you.  During the holidays construction will begin on: Stage 1 of the Performing Arts
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What’s the Big Deal about Jesus?

Big deal about Jesus

This term we have been having a great time in Primary chapels taking on the role of detectives to solve the mystery – “What’s the Big Deal about Jesus?” The pastors have been busy finding clues around the school, on the top of a mountain, and even underwater. However, all of these clues have been
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Library News

Beerwah Library Refurbishment: Have you seen the new look Beerwah Library? During March the library underwent refurbishments to create a revitalised space which meets community needs and changing library trends. The refurbishment celebrates the local landscape by integrating hinterland themes and colour palettes. A great venue to explore during the holidays! At the Sunshine Coast Libraries
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Year 5 Gympie Gold Museum visit

Gympie Gold Mine

On Monday, the Year 5 classes all went for a big trip to Gympie Gold Mine. Here are some of the things that we learned about during our day: “Did you know that a long time ago, before the gold rush started, a convict found a chunk of gold and in return he got lashes
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Farmers’ Banquet 2018

Farmers' banquet

On Tuesday 13 March, Year 12 Hospitality students presented a selection of salads and sweets to showcase different foods. Ginger, finger limes, pineapple, avocado, mangos and macadamia nuts were on the list of ingredients to be used. The students presented a sweet or savoury recipe that they tested out before hand and then gave a
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Great day at Tee Ball

Three teams of Year 4 students represented GCC at the inaugural Tee Ball Gala Day hosted by Softball Queensland. What a fantastic day it was – lots of action, teamwork and fun as students put into practise the skills they have learned during the term in PE lessons. Our teams excelled with Team 1 winning
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Parent Pipeline home reading

We are nearing the end of Term 1 and home reading for Prep to Year 2 is in full swing. On Thursday 15 March we held a Parent Pipeline on home reading to help assist parents with their child’s reading journey at home. The main points of the presentation were reading a book three ways, decoding
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Year 9-10 Science and Engineering Challenge at USC

On Wednesday 14 March, 30 Year 9 Science students attended the annual Science and Engineering Challenge at the University of the Sunshine Coast. During the challenge the students completed in groups of three to four against seven other schools from the Sunshine Coast District. One of our groups received a trophy for winning the Water Turbine
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Eat a rainbow – Kitchen Garden news

We have had such fun exploring our theme “Eat a Rainbow’ this term. Students have expanded their taste buds trying new and different coloured fruits and vegetables. Every child who eats all their food in Kitchen Garden gets a tick on their chart and once they have five ticks they can choose from our prize
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Cybersafety webinar

cybersafety webinar

Imagine a future free from cyber bullying. This is the theme for the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence and as a school we are trying to equip students with the tools to make this a reality. On Thursday 15 March, Year 5 and Year 6 students joined a webinar with the Office
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