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  • May 24, 2018

Primary News

Performances, class displays and competitions on Open Day: Thank you to all the families who supported our Open Day last Saturday. I spend the whole time on Open Day in the Undercover Area speaking to new families so I usually visit classrooms either Friday evening or before 10:00am on the actual day.

Congratulations to the following students who won Champion and Highly Commended for each of the class competitions. It was so difficult for the judges in many of the categories.

List of winners:

eg. Best creative writing
Prep G The best Picasso Cubism Artist Beau Schroter Ethan Nysschen
Prep M The best Picasso Cubism Artist Hayley Wall Isabelle Ramke
Prep W The best Picasso Cubism Artist Lucy Atkinson Amaya Roser
1 G Recount Writing Charlotte Collins Estelle Collins
1 M Beetle creation Art Emma Turner Karter Kilchester
1 W Beetle creation Art Ethan McClure Aaron Newell
2 G Anzac soldier art Izaac Kennedy Harley Hoffmann
2 M Llama Drama Art Callum Cronly Annika Lowry
2 W Line blowing Isla McNeil Harry Blinston
3 G Zentangle Suns Philip Kasselman Samantha Dickens
3 M Zentangle Suns Grahson Turner Olivia Spiteri
3 W Zentangle Suns Zander Carlson Jack Boyland
4 G Aboriginal Gunya Cooper Rana / Lillian Smyth Hannah Gassner / Thomas Turner
4 M Aboriginal Gunya Israel Lucas / Connor Caldwell Jade McClure / Talia Bullock
4 W Aboriginal Gunya Amali Grieve / Trystan Dwyer Jesse Cameron / Liana Boss
5 G Narrative Story Books Lily Monos Troy Ward
5 M Joyful Jellyfish Seth Lobie Emma Henselin
5 W Portraits with Personality Kayla Battershell Amelie Handy
6 G Science Fair Boards Laeni Rees Sebastian Catton
6 M Science Fair Boards Natasha Larard Kaitlin Morris
6 W Science Fair Boards Dominique Doolan Brianna Albrand

The performances were a highlight throughout the day and I heard lovely feedback from existing families and visitors to the College. Your support of these groups for practices and performances is really appreciated. Without your assistance we could never showcase what opportunities our students have here in terms of extra curricular activities.

Our teachers provided classroom displays which reflected students’ learning and I would like to express my appreciation for the hours of work they did on Friday evening and early Saturday morning setting up the classrooms.

So, Open Day for 2018 is over, but the excitement and interest in Glasshouse Christian College within the community and beyond continues to grow and the reputation of the College is the main reason that new families are enrolling their children.

Cheryl Bryers, Head of Primary

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