Whole of School News

One thing that can’t be multi-tasked

There is a lot of talk about multi-tasking these days. Are women better than men at multi-tasking? Does multi-tasking affect efficiency and performance? We know we have amazingly talented parents who can multi-task many things at once but there is one thing we never want to see multi-tasked. Not only is this task illegal combined
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Primary Science Show

The Science ambassadors namely: Madeleine Roulston; JD Theron; Paige Thompson and Cerys Richardson organised a number of experiments to demonstrate to the Primary School students. Assisting the Science ambassadors were four other Year 11 Science students namely: Bakani Kombanie; Liana Perry; Ellena Jimenez and Robyn Harmse. Madeleine and Cerys demonstrated the ‘chilling effect’ of liquid
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Withdrawal of students

The Registrar’s Office would like to remind all parents/caregivers about the terms and conditions concerning the withdrawal of students.  If students are leaving at the end of a school term or school year, parents/caregivers are required to give 90 days written notice to the Registrar, prior to the student’s last day.  Failure to do so
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Celebrating ten years of service

As a whole staff, we set aside time every year to celebrate those staff who have completed 10 years on our team. We are incredibly thankful for their commitment and loyalty. This year we congratulated the following eight members of staff: Cathy Boyer, Gayle Bos, Kris Freeman, Nicky Letchford, Roland Munyard, Wendy O’Donnell, Fiona Peel and Joshua Whysall.

Getting your lost property returned to you

We are halfway through the year and this usually means that names are now fading or have totally vanished on your uniforms, lunch boxes and drink bottles. With the beautiful, sunny days we are having it doesn’t take long for jumpers and jackets to be pulled off and tossed aside. Unfortunately, we are unable to
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Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD)

Every year, all schools in Australia participate in the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD). The NCCD process requires schools to identify information already available in the school about supports provided to students with disability. These relate to legislative requirements under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability Standards for Education
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What’s Ariana Doolan up to?

I know you love celebrating student achievements as much as I do so wanted to share with you what Year 12 student Ariana Doolan has been doing over the last few months. Ariana spent two weeks on the set of the upcoming blockbuster film Dora the Explorer, where she played a fellow student in Dora’s
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School Satisfaction Survey

You would have all received an email from me inviting you to complete a School Satisfaction Survey. I would love all of our GCC families to take part. Thank you to everyone who has already completed one or more of these surveys. There are many of you and I appreciate your input. This is a
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Tuckshop News 7 June 2019

Please remember that Tuckshop Online with Flexischools must be completed by 9am on Tuckshop Days. All Primary students must use Tuckshop online with Flexischools. If your child is absent from school please notify Tuckshop on 5436 5654 to cancel their Tuckshop order or verify another Tuckshop day for your child to have in its place.
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Open Day 2019 photo and video gallery

Wow! What a perfect day for showing off our fabulous students and beautiful campus! A huge thanks to everyone who attended Open Day, brought their child or children for performances and stayed to enjoy the atmosphere, friendship and food offerings. We hope you enjoyed seeing our new Sports Complex and Music Centre.