Whole of School News

Why study French – your ticket to the world

French Around the World  The College library has a great display on the topic of Francophonie, the French-Speaking World. Make sure to check out the display, and while in the library, why not borrow some of the French books or resources that are on display as well.  The French-Speaking World display is a great reminder
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GCC, third in Queensland for French!

Congratulations from everyone at GCC to our Year 3 to 12 students for their wonderful effort during the Education Perfect Worldwide Championships. GCC finished 3rd for French in QLD. Our students won 44 certificates during the 7-day championships challenge and answered correctly an amazing 235,241 questions earning 91,358 points. We are extremely proud of this
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Crossing Supervisors needed

Positions exist for School Crossing Supervisors at Glasshouse Christian College. 1 rostered position – this person will be on a roster that rotates between GCC and Beerwah State School. The work pattern is: two weeks rostered on and one week relief (not rostered but still available). 1 relief position – this person will be available
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Better Homes and Gardens in Beerwah

Our very own Andrea McDonald (Head of Learning Enhancement at GCC) has had her home recently featured in the Better Homes and Garden magazine! Andrea and her husband Michael won a prize in a gardening competition and as a result, received a visit from a photographer to take photos for the magazine. The McDonalds began
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Permanent part-time cleaners vacancy

GCC is currently looking for permanent part-time cleaners to join our dynamic team. The position is for an immediate start and the successful applicants will work 20 hours per week with a choice of hours, of either: 3:00 am to 7:00 am each morning, OR 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm each afternoon More flexible hours
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GCC’s first kid’s worship album … on it’s way!

How it came about Last year was filled with many new things. One of them being the idea to provide a space for our Year 5-6 students to engage with God through singing, songwriting, dancing, and praise. In a short number of weeks, this became a passion and highlight for many of our Year 5-6
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Uniform Shop News – Winter Uniform

Uniform Shop is still open and no booking is required during Terms 1 – 3 (term time), except if you are a new family.  With the cooler mornings creeping in, if you haven’t purchased your winter school uniforms, please consider coming into Uniform Shop to determine the sizes your child needs or you can place
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Family cricket on the move

With the upcoming school holidays, quite a few of you may be doing road trips so our Bus Driver Winston Broad wanted to share a game he invented when his children were little. Everyone can play… with help for the youngest. Here are the rules: Bat, in turn, keeping the same order. Count only vehicles
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Shave For a Cure raises $1200

Although our policy doesn’t allow us to put non-school fundraisers in the Eagle, we are delighted to share results after the event. Congratulations to Dwyer family for raising almost $1200 for the Leukaemia Foundation from their Shave for a Cure! If you have participated in any fundraiser or charity event then we would love to
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Free Cybersafety Seminar for Parents

Susan McLean, Australia’s foremost expert in the area of cyber safety, is speaking at a free Parent Cybersafety seminar at 6pm on Thursday 26 March at the Beerwah Community Hall. The information session will cover the good, bad and ugly of growing up online and include topics like: What are kids doing online – popular
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