The end of term and a blessed Easter - Glasshouse Christian College

The end of term and a blessed Easter

  • March 31, 2022

The end of term and a blessed Easter

As the term comes to a close, thank you to all the parents who attended the Parent Teacher interviews this week. It was wonderful to reconnect and also have time to sit, chat and gain insight into the learning and progress that the children have made throughout the term. 

Although the term has had its many disruptions, we have also shared in many special celebrations and activities, some of which included the Primary Leadership Induction, Picnic on the Green, the P&F Disco, the Easter Chapel and our first SCISSA Sports Gala day.

Looking forward to Term 2, please be aware of the following important dates of events that will be coming up:

Tuesday 19 April       First day of Term 2
Thursday 21 April     NAPLAN Y3 & Y5 National Coordinated Practice test
Friday 22 April          Whole school ANZAC Service
Monday 25 April       ANZAC March – Beerwah (at 9.00am at the Shell service station with step
                               off at 9.30am)
Tuesday 26 April       Cross Country (Year 3 – 6 students)
Wednesday 4 May    Mother’s Day Assembly (Prep – Year 2)
Thursday 5 May         Mother’s Day stall (P&F)
Tuesday 10 May         NAPLAN begins
Saturday 21 May        Open Day 10am to 2pm

This Easter holiday, we have a great example of a parent’s love, from the cross. It is sacrificial, and it is permanent. You will love your kids forever. But, will you have the privilege of loving them eternally? John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” When God watched Jesus go to the cross, He sent a powerful message to all of us. God would do anything to make sure we could be with Him eternally. He loves His kids with the highest form of love, the sacrificial love of a parent.

I would like to wish you a very blessed Easter and a safe and relaxing holiday and I look forward to seeing you all safely back at school at the start of Term 2.

Gail Mitchell – Head of Primary

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