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Make a Joyful Noise

I am thrilled to share the exciting developments in our Primary Performing Arts program this year! Our Year 6 students have been working hard on their composition projects this semester, pouring their creativity and talent into crafting original songs. I am confident that both teachers and parents will be delighted to hear some of the […]

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Primary French Easter 2024

We’re excited to share the vibrant language journey our Primary students have embarked on this term. From colours to numbers, stories, and imaginative creations, below is a glimpse into the French adventures happening in each year group. Preps: Exploring Colours through Songs, Tastes and Experiences: Our Preps have been immersed in the world of colours,

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Joyeux Noël

As we embrace the holiday spirit, our Primary French classes have taken a heartwarming journey through themes of gratitude, togetherness, and the timeless tale of the Nativity. Here’s a glimpse into the enriching experiences our lower and upper primary students are enjoying in their French lessons: Our youngest learners in lower primary have been shining

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UQ Bound: Year 6 Honours Students Shine at 70th STAQ Science Competition

In our recent newsletter, you may recall the mention of our Year 6 Honours students engaging in captivating scientific pursuits during Term 3. Their focus centered on the adverse impacts of floods on both communities and the environment. These bright young minds went on to formulate innovative engineering designs aimed at addressing and mitigating these

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Isabella Participates in the 2023 Queensland State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP)

During the last week of the holidays, I had the privilege of participating in the 2023 Queensland State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) playing clarinet. The program lasted three days and was a fun but rigorous experience, with seven-hour non-stop rehearsals, late nights, and early starts. The Percy Grainger Wind Orchestra, which I was a part of, was conducted

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Innovative Engineering from Young Scientists: Year 6 Honours Students Tackle Flood Impact Issues

Last term, our Year 6 Honours students delved deep into the world of science, uncovering innovative solutions to some of the pressing challenges faced by communities affected by floods. Through their exploration, students have not only demonstrated their creativity and problem-solving skills but have also showcased their commitment to making a positive impact on the

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Sunshine Coast Junior Eisteddfod

Earlier in the term, four of our ensembles and choirs competed in the Sunshine Coast Junior Eisteddfod. The event was held over several days at Matthew Flinders Anglican College. Congratulations to Symphonic Winds (Years 8 – 12) who placed third in their category and won a $100 prize. What a great achievement! Symphonic Winds performed Selections From The

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Dance X Eisteddfod

Well done to all our D&D Academy students who performed at the Dance X Eisteddfod on Sunday 23rd July!!!! It was a super fun afternoon for all and it was so lovely to see the Junior group get up on stage and dance for the first time in a competition. Everyone danced so beautifully and

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Multicultural Luncheon

Year 10 Hospitality students recently showcased their culinary skills in the kitchen during a Multicultural Luncheon. The luncheon was exclusively prepared for guests handpicked by the students themselves. Dedicated and diligent, the students worked tirelessly to experiment with various recipes that represented their respective cultures. Through their meals, they skillfully demonstrated a delightful array of

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SCIPHA Maths Masters Challenge

On Friday 12 May, four of our talented Year 6 mathematicians travelled to Good Shepherd Lutheran College to participate in ‘A Maths Masters Challenge’ organised by the Sunshine Coast Independent Schools Primary Heads Association (SCIPHA). The event was designed to challenge, extend, and stretch students with a passion and aptitude for Mathematics. The students selected,

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UQ Science Ambassadors 2023

A big congratulations to the following Year 11 Science students who will be representing the College as UQ Science Ambassadors 2023. Stean Wessels, Dominique Doolan, Lily Smith, Amyliah Harrison, Tiahna Davies, Keagan O’Flaherty, Maddie Bell, and Isabella Brewster. The aim of the UQ Science Ambassador Program is to raise the profile of science within the

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UniSC Science Engineering Challenge

The Science and Engineering Challenge is a national program that aims to get students excited about careers in Science and Engineering. It is an inter-school competition where students participate in a series of activities related to real-world applications. On Wednesday 22 March, a group of 19 GCC students from Years 8-9 travelled to the University

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LOTE Primary Have Been Busy!

In Year 5 French class, students are learning about the parts of the body and how to name them in French. The pupils are putting their learning into a project, creating their own creatures using their imagination.  They are then writing up a description of their own creature. The students have been very enthusiastic about

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Special Forces Rural Ops Aggies!

Super exciting news this fortnight as we start our Special Forces Rural Ops Aggies! So what is this you may ask? These are a unique team of highly efficient and committed Grade 11 and 12’s undertaking a Certificate II in Rural Operations in a partnership we have forged with the University of Queensland!  I can’t

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Primary Music Lunchtime Concert

At our school, music is more than just a subject on the curriculum – it’s a vibrant and exciting program that gets kids involved in playing, performing, and participating in choirs and school ensembles. Our music program offers opportunities for students of all ages and abilities to learn new skills, build confidence, and have fun

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