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Middle School News 24 July 2015

Important Dates – Semester 2, 2015 Tue 28 and Wed 29 July Student Led Conferences – evening Wed 5 August: 5.30pm Yr 9 – Careers Info Night – evening Tue 25, Wed 26 Aug Boys’ and Girls’ overnight Retreat Friday 21 Aug Shine Arts evening Tuesday 13 Oct Year 9 Work Experience Information – Evening […]

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Middle School News 20 March 2015

Opportunities and Self Discipline Well done to so many of our Middle School students who are working hard to ensure they meet deadlines, complete homework tasks and involve themselves in extra-curricular activities. Parents/carers – please continue to encourage, congratulate and hold the bar high on what you expect of your child. Not just academically but

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Middle School News 6 March 2015

Assessment time is looming on the horizon as we approach week 6. This week students in Year 7 and 8 had Study Skills/ Time Management presentations by the company, Elevate. You can find out more about this organisation by looking at this website. Year 12 and beyond seems a long long way away for Year

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Year 10 Hospitality

The students celebrated ‘Shrove Tuesday’, selling pancakes at morning tea to staff and students. This was the first function for the year and they all worked really hard to produce delicious pancakes. Well done! The meaning is below: Lent is the time of the Church Year when Christians prepare for Easter. They remember the 40

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Secondary French News 20 February 2015

Year 8 Students have been learning about the French speaking country Québec in Canada. Did you know that the flag of Quebec is called the Fleurdelisé. Its white fleurs-de-lis (symbols of purity) and blue field (symbolizing Heaven) come from a banner honouring the Virgin Mary, reputedly carried by French-Canadian militia at General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm‘s

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Forensic Science Incursion

Year 9 and Year 11 Science 21 students experienced what it is like to be a crime scene investigator. They were privileged to have the opportunity to participate in a forensic science demonstration. They were asked to figure out what happened to a school girl who was murdered and whose body was found in an

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Middle School News 13 June 2014

Perseverance and persistence are not good friends with mediocrity. One of our GREAT school values is Excellence. As assessments roll in and tests are administered over the next few weeks, teachers will be expecting our Middle School students to complete the work to a high standard. This is why students will be required to complete

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Middle School News 21 March 2014

Did you see the Tech Expo at Beerwah library on Saturday? Several of our students presented to the community how we are using technology in our classrooms and school. With green screen filming techniques, motion stop technology to make claymations and students showing their e-learning journals – it was good to stop and think what

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Middle School News 7 March 2014

Responsibility and Privilege are two words that generally go hand in hand. The more responsible a person is, the more privileges they are generally given. God rewards faithful stewards – with more responsibility. Such as in the parable of the minas (talents/money) found in Luke’s gospel in the Bible. The first faithful servant who doubled

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Middle School News 6 December 2013

Are you interested in providing board for a Student Teacher in 2014? Do you have a spare room and enjoy the company of interesting people from other places in the world? Are you happy to help someone have an interesting and fulfilling experience? There are two Opportunities 1. Student Teacher Exchange from Minnesota, America a.

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Middle School News 26 July 2013

Attitude. When used as a stand-alone word it is often a derogatory term or a put-down. Someone who has ‘attitude’ is generally someone who is negative towards life. Yet, when used in the context of school we often ask students to have a good attitude. What does this mean? Can we make someone have a

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Middle School News 7 June 2013

Acknowledging excellence is an important aspect of a child’s school life. Student’s who have talent in a sporting, musical, mathematical or dramatic ability, skills such as in woodwork or creating food dishes etc generally achieve awards not only because of their talent but because of their applied, diligence and consistent efforts over time. Throughout the

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Middle School News 10 May 2013

What defines excellence? “We are what we repeatedly do . . . excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle. Are we living it out? Are we working at becoming excellent? Do our students really understand what this means in practice in their own lives and habits? Homework, sports, music ability etc. –

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Middle School News

Off to Camp All our Middle schoolers are off on alternative programs this coming week. I am sure that families are organising the ‘what to pack’ stuff and mentally preparing your child for what is happening. Most are excited about the prospect of this week; however, there are reservations too. Please be assured that our

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Middle School News 1 March 2013

It’s all about RESPECT I believe there are three aspects to respect: Respect Ourselves, Respect Others and, Expect Respect. The bible says, Love one another as you love yourself. This means you have to love yourself in order to be able to love others. How do we RESPECT ourselves? If you’re a student reading this

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