Whole of School News

A plea from one of our students

This week we received a heart-wrenching plea from one of our students asking us to pass on a simple message to all families. This student was using the crossing in the school grounds properly with her dad and her little sister. Suddenly her little sister tripped and a car was going straight through the crossing
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Uniform Shop News 8 February 2019

We are really pleased to let you know our Uniform Shop is now stocking the following: GCC Umbrellas Due to regular enquiries, we are now stocking large GCC umbrellas. These are similar in size to a golfing umbrella and very strong. Perfect for you to gather your family under while you race back and forth
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2019 fee payments

A big thank you to all families who have already returned their Direct Debit Form to set up their regular payments, or paid their school fees in full to receive the discount. Just a reminder that: DDR Forms are due by today, Friday 1 February For full year fee discount, annual fee payments are due
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From the Registrar’s office

Prep 2020 – Existing families who have siblings for Prep entry in the following year must apply by 30 March. New families will be offered interviews and places after this time. Year 7 2020 and beyond – Existing families who have siblings for Year 7 entry should apply as soon as possible.

Tuckshop News 7 December 2018

I hope you all have enjoyed the convenience of ordering your child’s tuckshop online. Thank you to the wonderful volunteers that have helped throughout the year. Things to remember when ordering online. 1. Cutoff for ordering is 9am on Tuckshop days. 2. When your child is absent from school don’t forget to ring Tuckshop on
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Funfest – the date is set for 24 August 2019!

Some of you will be familiar with GCC Funfest. For those new to our College, Funfest is the major fundraiser for Parents and Friends Association (P and F) held every two years. We were due to have Funfest this year but with new construction in various areas of our College, we held off and now having
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Point of Lay Pullets for sale

As part of our Agricultural Science Agribusiness studies, I have set up a small business to sell some of our beautiful farm produce. My business is “Hinterland Hens”. I am offering 20 week old Point of Lay Pullets for sale. “Hinterland Hens” pullets are purebred Australorp and Hybrid Leghorn breeds. The Australorp chickens (black) are
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Finalisation of 2018 school fee payments and 2019 fee payment set up

By the end of November, direct debit payments will settle this year’s school fees. If you ticked the ‘Future/Ongoing Payments’ box on this year’s DDR Form then your payments will continue over the December / January holiday period towards your 2019 school fees. When you receive your 2019 Annual Statement in mid-January your opening balance
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New Crossing Guard Supervisor

Hello everyone, my name is Annette Harris, and I am your new Lollipop Lady. I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. I’m married with two children, live in Beerwah and have a little dog called Lulu. I love to sew, knit, crochet and machine embroidery on patchwork material. Quilting is also a
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French is now the fifth most spoken language in the world!

Did you know that French used to be the sixth most spoken language but now it has moved up to fifth place and is still growing! An article by Linsey Chutel  states that it is the African countries that are making French a truly global language. “There are now 300 million people on five continents who
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