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Celebrating Our Dads

The special role that men play as fathers within their families and community is a great gift that goes on for a lifetime. Through every interaction that we have, ways of being are acted and learnt. Ordinary times of being together and playing...
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Principal's Log

It is good to see young people engaging in the full rhythm of school with students participating in early morning and afternoon music ensemble practices, sports training and matches as well as engaging in a variety of other activities and...
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Caring For Others As A Way of Being

One of the most powerful stories in the Bible is that of the Good Samaritan. Learning to care for others is an important part of life and enhances our wellbeing. The development of empathy and compassion is at the heart of care. It starts with...
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Principal's Log

The Athletics Carnivals at the end of last week were a tremendous success. Students exhibited great spirit and sportsmanship as they participated in differently shaped carnivals. With single year levels moving from event to event, there were high...
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Principal's Log

While the Hot List award is named as an individual recognition, it is very much a celebration of what we have achieved together as a community. Significant numbers of staff and leaders across K-12 have embraced exploring and building a contemporary...
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Gratitude for Gift of Time

All of us are shaped by our interactions with each other. Beyond our families there are significant adults who play an important role in helping young people to nurture strengths and embrace new opportunities or perspectives. Coaches, teachers,...
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Principal's Log

It has been good to see and hear our young people continue to engage in a breadth of experiences including music ensembles and instrumental tutoring this term. Congratulations to all students who took part in the Sunshine Coast Junior Eisteddfod. It...
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Walking Builds Relationships

Walking with friends or members of our family helps to strengthen relationships. When we are walking alongside someone there is greater opportunity for bubbles of conversation to flow. Walking helps to gain perspective as thoughts are untangled...
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Principal's Log

This week on assembly, we presented the Semester 1 academic awards to Middle and Senior College students. We congratulate those who received awards and encourage all students to continue to strive to lift their learning to the next level. Thank you...
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Understanding Different Perspectives

Families play a key role in helping young people develop the important skill of being able to see things from someone else’s perspective. Later in the newsletter, Mr Damian Davis relates a well-known story of how six blind men ‘saw’ an elephant...
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