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Internet Safety 101

When children go online, they have direct and immediate access to friends, family and also complete strangers, which can put unsuspecting children at great risk. Children who meet and communicate...
Food for Thought

Pacific Becomes a Space School

A new program is giving Pacific Lutheran College, along with schools in NSW, the opportunity to make history by sending their science projects into space. The Quberider program is a curriculum that...
Secondary College

Remembering Pastor Rick Zweck

Pastor Rick Zweck has been a very significant member of our community for more than 20 years. He was part of the planning committee that worked to establish a Lutheran College on the southern end of...
From the Principal

How to protect our children from inappropriate internet

Thirty years ago, children were taught never to accept sweets from strangers, but the equivalent modern message, about staying safe online, doesn't seem to be getting through. For all its positives,...
Food for Thought

Queensland Training Awards: Well Done Lily!

Year 12 student, Lily Brown is currently undertaking a Certificate III at the Caloundra RSL. She has been nominated as a finalist in the School Based Apprentice/Trainee of the Year category at the...
Secondary College

Kids Need to Tinker to Learn

This term Yachts students in Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 have deeply engaged with project based learning. Our engineering teams were inspired “to tinker, to learn by doing and take agency for their learning...
Junior College

Year 2 Excursion

On Friday 10 th June, Year 2 went on an excursion to support their learning in Science and History this term. To further enhance our understandings about water, we visited Baroon Pocket Dam. Ranger...
Junior College

Camp Buranga

Camp Buranga was an experience of a lifetime. From the activities to the food, this camp was spectacular and it helped us gain more knowledge in our favourite subjects at school. There were six...
Junior College

Pacific Gardening Club

Welcome to our first College gardening club article. Mrs Monica Naples, Mrs Colleen Beattie and I are running a lunchtime gardening club on Wednesdays. The plants are flourishing in our new ‘no dig’...
From the Head of Teaching and Learning K-5

Six ways to support positive mental health in children

Keeping children healthy and happy involves looking after their mental health as well as their physical health. Mental health is about having a healthy mind and body and influences how we feel about...
Food for Thought