Compass No. 526 March 2019

From the Principal

Standing Up With and For Human Dignity and Respect

Bullying, No Way! Take Action Every Day

Three core values of the Pacific community are care, dignity and respect. To stand up for these values in social settings, both physical and online, takes courage and compassion. To stand with is a powerful demonstration of empathy and often requires even greater courage. It is important to make decisions about what we stand for rather than drift with a group. Having these personal core values of caring for others and respecting and preserving everyone’s personal dignity, creates a safe and empowering culture for everyone to live and grow within. This Friday we focus on the proactive things each of us can do as individuals as we participate in the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. The theme for this year of ‘Bullying, No Way! Take Action Every Day’, encourages us all to take a strong, calm, personal stand to care for others and always act to preserve personal dignity and safety.

Principal's Log

Staff, students, parents and friends of the College enjoyed the high-quality service and food provided by our Hospitality students and the entertaining performances of our Music students as they connected at our International Women’s Day Breakfast last Friday. As people connected, we celebrated the abundance we have in our lives and the importance of encouraging our young men and women to be fearless, unlimited and unlimiting as they explore and grow their strengths so that they can make a difference for others. We thank Mr Mark Hauser and Mrs Leanne Bevis for their organisation, Mrs Colleen Beattie and her Hospitality team, Mr Steven Lake and his Music team, our student leaders and our community for your support in making this such a successful event.

The Sunshine Coast Schools Debating Competition has commenced for 2019 and Pacific has entered a team of Year 8 students. The team performed well, winning their first debate last night. Well done to our team of Maggie Princehorn, Amedy Buchanan, Lucy Dimond, Taylor Mikolic, Elyse McFadyen and Isha Wallis and thank you to Mr Alex O’Connor for his coaching of these students. We are looking forward to a strong season of growth.

Our Year 5 Robotics team were excited to be part of the RoboCoast Immersion Day last Friday. These students are looking forward to sharing their learnings with the Junior Robotics Club and representing the College in a variety of events and competitions. We thank Mr Damian Davis and Mr Steven Healy for their support of these students and coordination of the Junior Robotics Club.

Well done to our primary students who enjoyed the opportunity to represent the College at the Inter-Lutheran Swimming Carnival this week. The team can be proud of the spirit they showed and their performances in the pool, which saw them achieve 2nd place overall. We thank Mr Darren Hooper, Mr Chris Mundey and Mrs Natalie Campbell for their support of our junior swimmers this year and also Mr Damian Davis who attended the carnival.

May God give us each the courage to take a stand to preserve the dignity, worth and safety of all people.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal

From the College Pastor

Resistance Skills

A fitting thread for this season of Lent is resistance skills. When we refer to resistance skills, we mean that children and young people learn and start developing the ability to resist negative peer pressure and dangerous situations. Jesus learnt some resistance skills when the devil tempted Him in the wilderness. He was led by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness, where He fasted for forty days and was tempted three times to succumb to the devil’s wishes. With each temptation, Jesus was able to resist by going back to the words of the Bible. That was His toolkit of resistance.

What toolkit of resistance are we teaching young people today? Usually, children and young people develop their resistance skills over time. Often it begins with affirmation. When a young person speaks their mind or expresses personal opinions, and subsequently receives affirmation rather than rebuke, they usually grow in confidence and especially in the ability to resist put-downs and other pressures. In a world of expectations and demands, a young person needs to learn ‘commonly proven’ resistance skills, such as walking away from the person, using humour, calmly saying no, sticking up for yourself, calling someone nearby to help, confronting the person or telling a caring adult. These skills can be refined over time, so that young people are equipped to deal with instances of extreme peer pressure later in life. Refining resistance skills also helps young people to move forward when they are confronted with failure. Having some of these skills in the toolkit, builds resilience. Resilience is that ability to bounce back when we are stretched and under pressure. How are your resistance skills growing as you bounce back from the pressures and challenges of the pointy end of the term?

Pastor Tim Jarick, College Pastor 

From the Director of Students

United We Stand

Human beings are naturally social creatures. Tribe, village, community, society, band and club, are just some of the words that conjure images of people interacting together in a variety of ways. Likewise, a school may be viewed as a microcosm of the society in which we live. Increasingly, the way we connect with one another has extended beyond a simple face-to-face interaction. Nevertheless, it is this simple act of striking up a conversation with another that has tremendous impact on our wellbeing and when we multiply these interactions over and over, the ripple effect they have is immeasurable. Indeed, research suggests that forming positive relationships is the single most important factor to an individual’s wellbeing. Moreover, positive emotions as a by-product of positive relationships, propagates further social connections. Certainly, this is demonstrated with regularity at Pacific both in and out of the classroom. We must be mindful though to avoid the trap of trying to be someone we are not, simply to gain acceptance. Ultimately this type of relationship does not stand the test of time. E.B. White’s Charlotte’s Web tells a tale of the bond between Wilbur, a pig and Charlotte, a barn spider. Charlotte perfectly encapsulates the positivity of true friendship when she says to Wilbur, “You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing”.

Unfortunately, though, there are occasions when relationships become fractured and there is a need to acknowledge fault in our words or actions towards one another. This requires remorse, courage and forgiveness. We must remind ourselves though that we all share a common bond as members of the Pacific community and it is our positive relationships that increase school connectedness. It is because of this bond that we unite as one this Friday 15th March to take a stand against bullying and violence, ensuring that Pacific remains a place of peace in every sense of the word.

Mr Ben Ryan, Director of Students

From the Head of Staff and Students P-5

Sun Safety

Over the past two weeks at assembly, we have been revisiting our obligations as members of the College community regarding uniform expectations. Students are expected to wear their hats when travelling to and from the College. As well as having pride in our appearance, it is part of the College’s sun safe policy. We thank you for your support in this matter.

Australia has the dubious title of being the sun cancer capital of the world. Extensive research has shown that being sunburnt as a child, even as little as two times a year, triples the chance of developing skin cancer as an adult. As part as our sun safe policy, every classroom in the Junior College has sunscreen and students are encouraged to apply it before breaks and sport lessons.

 As Sid the Seagull tells us, we need to:

  • Slip on a t-shirt;
  • Slop on sunscreen;
  • Slap on a hat;
  • Seek shade; and
  • Slide on sun protection.

On Tuesday, a group of Year 5 students attended their first RoboCoast Immersion Day for EV3’s. These students will form the core of our Junior Robotics Club and undertook an extensive application process to attend RoboCoast. The immersion day was designed to facilitate and build a culture of robotics, coding and engineering in young people. It was an invaluable opportunity for students to learn more about Lego Mindstorm EV3’s and hone their skills with a view to competing in RoboCoast competitions later this year. The application and enthusiasm of students was infectious and we are excited to see the direction our club takes in the future.

National Ride2School Day

Next Friday 22nd March is National Ride2School Day. The day promotes alternative travel arrangements, such as walking, riding and skating. We encourage our students to use active travel to get to and from school because:

  • Children arrive at school feeling more alert and ready to learn;
  • Active travel helps students to achieve their recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity; and
  • It means fewer cars on our local streets, improving road safety around the College.

Sunshine Coast Council is offering great prizes this Ride2School Day including bike shop vouchers valued at $500, $200 and $100. To go in the draw, register your children for Ride2School Day online before 5.00pm on Friday 22nd March. Click here to register.

National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence

This Friday 15th March is the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. The theme for this year is ‘Bullying, No way! Take an action every day!’. On this day, the College will also celebrate Pacific As A Peace Place. This day provides an opportunity to reflect on the changes we can make in our daily lives to create safer communities for everyone.

Mr Damian Davis, Head of Staff and Students P-5

Important Notices

Immunisation Program

Ozcare is providing free vaccinations conducted by an authorised team of Registered Nurses for all Year 7 and Year 10 students as part of Queensland Health’s annual School Immunisation Program. All Year 7 and Year 10 students are being offered free vaccinations as recommended on the National Immunisation Program to protect against vaccine preventable diseases.

Year 7 students will be offered human papillomavirus (HPV) and diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (whooping cough) vaccination. Year 10 students will be offered meningococcal ACWY vaccination.

A consent pack has been sent home. Please read the information booklet carefully, sign the consent card and return to the school nurse as soon as possible.

For more information about diseases, vaccines or the School Immunisation Program, visit or call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84).

Please note these vaccinations are being held Thursday 28th March 2019 and not Thursday 28th February as listed in the school calendar.

Mrs Maree Hooper and Mrs Sharon Middleton, School Nurses

Food for Thought

Kiddle - Kids Safe Search

Kiddle is a visual search engine for children: When your children use the internet to search for images for projects or school work, please encourage them to use Kiddle instead of Google. Kiddle is a child-specific search engine supported by Google that prevents the appearance of things that are not suitable for them.


This month’s topic on SchoolTV is grief and loss:

Children and adults grieve differently due to their developmental stage. Young children can struggle to understand the permanency of loss and can sometimes express grief through tantrums or regressive behaviour. On the other hand, teens may not know how to express their grief and need space to process their loss. There is a range of information available on our SchoolTV site that will assist parents to help their children deal with grief and loss.

Mrs Annie Williams, College Counsellor

Friends of Pacific

Connecting College and Community

PLC Golf Day

The PLC Golf Day will be held on Sunday 9th June at the Pelican Waters Golf Club!

Opportunities for sponsorship are now open and we encourage you and your business to get behind the event. This prestigious 4-ball Ambrose event attracts the College’s top sports people as well as amateur golfers from across the Sunshine Coast – your prime target market.

  1. Corporate naming rights sponsorship - $2500
  • Your business name has naming rights to the event e.g. the 2019 Pacific _____ Golf Day with your logo to be promoted throughout the College via newsletters, emails, on-the-day marketing and post-event material.
  • There is also the opportunity to distribute promotional material to the golfers at the sit-down lunch.
  • This package also includes two teams of four (4) from your company (including a cart) to participate in the day and network with parents and players from the College at the lunch.
  1. Hole sponsorship
  • There is the opportunity to display your banners at the hole.
  • There is also the opportunity to distribute promotional material to the golfers at the sit-down lunch.
  • Hole sponsors can enter one team of four (4) from your company (including a cart) to participate in the day and network with parents and players from the College at the lunch.
  1. Raffle prizes
  • As part of the event, we are also organising prizes for the Golf Raffle as well as prizes for the winner of the day and for closest to the pin and hole in one’s. A gift voucher or prize donation would be very much appreciated.
  • With any donation, your business will be acknowledged with your business cards and flyers distributed to all players.

If you feel that you would like to be part of this event, please call or email Mrs Jenny Lee at:

Save the Date – Trivia Night

The Trivia Night will also be held this year on Saturday 17th August in the Pacific gym! More information on this event will follow later in the year, however please mark the date in your calendars.

March Meeting

Our next Friends of Pacific meeting will be held on Tuesday 19th March at 6.30pm in the College Library. All families and staff of the College are welcome to attend. We encourage you to come along and connect!

Mrs Jenny Lee, FoP Chairperson

Library News

Library Monitors

Congratulations to our library monitors for 2019, who received their badges from Director of Students Mr Ben Ryan on assembly this week.

Queensland Museum Displays

The library regularly gets displays of artefacts from the Queensland Museum. These displays are set up in the library foyer and showcase fascinating objects from the past, from nature, from around the world and from science. Our first exhibition of the year, Then and Now, included domestic items from yesteryear such as a washboard, a flat iron and an egg beater. These items might be familiar to parents and grandparents, but they bemused our current students! Our new exhibition will be on display for three weeks and is on festivals from around the world. It includes items such as a ram's horn trumpet, Tibetan prayer flags and musical instruments.

Author Event

Students are invited to an afternoon with two of the Sunshine Coast's (and Australia's) bestselling authors. At the event, students will have the opportunity to have their photo taken with the authors and have their books signed. QBD Books Maroochydore will also have a special popup store for the event. Seating is strictly limited. 

Event details: Lynette Noni and Jessica Townsend in Conversation on Saturday 23rd March.

  • 1.00pm – Photos with the authors.
  • 1.30pm – Event begins.
  • 2.15pm – Book signing (no photos during this time).

Venue: The Worship Centre, Immanuel Lutheran College, 126-142 Wises Road, Buderim

Cost: Free!

RSVP: By Friday 22nd March.

Ms Nell Keen, Head of Library

Lent Celebrations

How much fun did we have in the library last week? Acknowledging the start of Lent, we explored the celebrations of other cultures at this special time such as Carnival and Mardi Gras. We made traditional Mardi Gras masks, ate pancakes and enjoyed Mr Steven Lake’s lively reading of Steve Goes to Carnival.

This week we have a focus on Canberra’s special day, making origami corroboree frogs and hearing the story of The Monster Who Ate Canberra.

Our new jigsaw quiet spot is also proving to be a big hit with both little and big people! It won’t be long before this first puzzle is completed. We are loving the collaboration that’s occurring as puzzlers consider each piece and where it might fit.

Ms Sue Warren, Teacher Librarian

Secondary College

Afterschool Mathematics Tutoring

Afterschool Mathematics Tutoring is held in L14 every Monday from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. All students from Years 6-12 are welcome. Please bring homework or other study.

Mr Adam Doyle, Head of Department Mathematics

Clean Up Australia Day

At the end of February, the Environmental Action Group held a Clean Up Australia Day event for Middle and Senior College students during a lunchtime. The turnout was amazing! Lots of students showed up willing to help out with a can-do attitude. The action group also sold ice blocks on the day and raised $38.70, which we donated towards the Townsville Flood Appeal. Thank you to all students who participated.


Lauren Selby, Environment Action Group Captain
Innovation, Entrepreneurialism and Business

Joyce Newton OAM Memorial Bursary

Students in Years 10-12 are invited to submit an essay for the Joyce Newton OAM Memorial Bursary. The essay topic, ‘What is the value of the many small businesses and farmers in the Glass House area and what is their importance to the State of Queensland?’, was selected by her family.

Joyce Newton OAM wore many hats and had a long association with the local area and it is because of this, Mr Andrew Powell MP has launched a bursary in her honour. There will be two prizes awarded for this bursary:

First Prize

  • $1000 gift voucher from Concept IT, Maleny
  • Acknowledgement of, and table of, the essay in the Queensland Parliament; and
  • Dinner for the winner and one guest at Queensland Parliament.

Second Prize

  • Acknowledgement of, and table of, the essay in the Queensland Parliament; and
  • Dinner for the winner and one guest at Queensland Parliament.

If you are interested in applying for this bursary, please contact Mr Wes Warner to register your interest. 

Mr Wes Warner, Head of Innovation, Entrepreneurialism and Business

Cultural News

The Pacific Gallery

The Visual Art Department is currently exhibiting the Year 10 relief sculptures made from recycled and found objects titled ‘Movement’. Dr. Kym Rodgers’ exhibition titled ‘Abstract Sequential Art’ can also be viewed in the gallery. The gallery is open daily from 7.30am to 3.00pm. All are welcome to attend. We hope you enjoy these exhibitions.

Mrs Denise McMahon, Head of Visual Art

Junior Sport (P-6)

Lutheran Swimming Carnival

Well done to all Pacific students who attended the annual Inter-Lutheran Swimming Carnival this week. There was strong student participation and spirit on display throughout the day and it was pleasing to see a number of excellent individual and team performances.

Pacific was in third place for the majority of the carnival but recorded a number of good results in the backstroke and butterfly events and finished in second place! At the end of the carnival, a boy and girl champion from each school was announced, based on their individual placings from each event. Congratulations to Jaz Edmondstone and Oliver Grey who were named Pacific’s champion swimmers. Jaz also broke three records at the carnival:

  • 9 Years Girls 50m Freestyle – 37.53
  • 9 Years Girls 50m Backstroke – 45.31
  • 9 Years Girls 50m Butterfly – 46.72
Independent District Sport Trials

Over the last few weeks, we have had a large number of Junior College students attend the first rounds of Independent District Trials for a range of sports. Trials are held to select teams that will go on and represent the district at the Sunshine Coast Regional Trials. We have received notification that many of our students have been successful in gaining selection.

Congratulations to the following students

Name Sport
Indah Suseno 10-12 Years Swimming
Thomas Wegener 10-12 Years Swimming
Emily Lengenberg 10-12 Years Swimming
Joseph Modlin 12 Years Boys AFL
Zoe Woods 12 Years Girls Basketball
Darcy Connors 12 Years Boys Soccer
Joseph Harrys 12 Years Boys Soccer
Danica Cockburn 12 Years Girls Touch Football
Zaice McLachlan 11 Years Girls Netball
Kahlia Taylor 11 Years Girls Netball


Regional Swimming Trials

Last Wednesday, the Sunshine Coast Regional Swimming Trials were held at the Redcliffe Memorial Pool. Pacific had three students represent the College at this carnival – Indah Suseno, Thomas Wegener and Emily Lengenberg.

All three students swam exceptionally well and have been selected to represent the Sunshine Coast at the state championships in the following events:

  • Indah Suseno – 50m Freestyle, 50m Butterfly, 50m Backstroke, 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay and 4 x 50m Medley Relay.
  • Emily Lengenberg – 50m Backstroke, 50m Butterfly and 4 x 50m Medley Relay.
  • Thomas Wegener – 50m Backstroke, 4 x 50m Medley Relay and 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay.

We wish these students all the best for the championships.

Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Junior Sport


Starting next term, there is an opportunity for students aged 5-11 to be a part of the Rookies2Reds program delivered by Queensland Rugby Union. This fun and safe program is facilitated for one hour each week over a five-week period with sessions commencing after school. A tentative start date has been set for Monday 3rd June.

This program is designed to establish base level rugby skills such as passing, kicking and match play. Participants will receive a ‘Rookies2Reds’ pack for completing the program, which includes:

  • Bag
  • Hat
  • Rugby Ball and pump
  • Water bottle
  • Family pass to a reds home game, valued at $120

The cost is $60. If your child is interested in participating, please email Mr Josh Cummins at: Once numbers are finalised, the program details will be confirmed.

Mr Josh Cummins, Rugby Coordinator

Secondary Sport (7-12)

Monday Night Netball

Following the afternoon storms on Monday, all teams played well. A special mention to our youngest team who play with a lot of commitment and determination, which is not always easy when your team is down in goals, but the girls did not give up! If you can, please come along and support our teams. The results from this week are as follows:

Team Result MVP
Senior Grey BYE -
Senior White Win Alyssa Rabnott
Intermediate Pink BYE -
Junior Yellow Win April Romagnoli
Junior Blue Win Gracie Stevens
Junior Green Win Chloe Mitchell / Abby Tracey
Junior Purple Loss Mia McEvoy


Mrs Michelle Dufty, Netball Coordinator

SCISSA Results - Wednesday 13th March
Team Opposition Score Result MVP
Jnr Boys A Volleyball SUN 0-2 Loss Jack Mitchell
Jnr Boys B Volleyball GSLC 0-2 Loss Cooper Whatlam
Jnr Girls Volleyball SCGS 2-0 Win Jessica Lloyd
Int Girls A Volleyball







Carys Mahoney

Cosette Winter

Int Girls B Volleyball MFAC3 2-0 Win Courtney Page
Int Boys A Volleyball GSLC 0-2 Loss Alex Jose
Open Girls Soccer MFAC2 F Loss -
Open Boys Soccer SAAC 1-1 Draw Lachlan Aldous
District and Regional Sport

Congratulations to the following students for their selection in the District and/or Regional Teams for their respective sport. It is a fantastic achievement!

Student Age Group Sport
Joseph Modlin 10-12yr AFL
Brooklyn Graves Open Basketball
Phoebe Swan Open Basketball
Elijah Modlin Open Basketball
Zoe Woods 10-12yr Basketball
Zaice McLachlan 11yr Netball
Kahlia Taylor 11yr Netball
Jackson Ricotta Open Rugby League
Jack Connors 15 Soccer
Georgia Harle Open Soccer
Brooke Tait Open Soccer
Joseph Higginson Open Soccer
Jack Clark Open Soccer
Ella Hansen 15 Soccer
Darcy Connors 10-12yr Soccer
Joseph Harrys 10-12yr Soccer
Emily Lengenberg 10 Swimming
Indah Suseno 12 Swimming
Thomas Wegener 10 Swimming
Tom Chapman 14 Swimming
Tom Grey 16 Swimming
Jayda Lowe 15 Swimming
Ben McCormac 14 Swimming
Emma McEvoy 14 Swimming
Alex Monroe 14 Swimming
Catalina Stylianou 14 Swimming
Aliza Walsh 15 Swimming
Zara Richters 15 Touch Football
Danica Cockburn 10-12yr Touch Football


Queensland Youth Surf Lifesaving Titles

Queensland Youth Surf Lifesaving Titles

Congratulations to the following Pacific students who represented their local Sunshine Coast clubs in a variety of events at the Queensland Youth Surf Lifesaving Titles on the weekend at Burleigh Heads SLSC. A number of these students qualified for the Australian Titles, which will be held later this month.

  • Samantha Hutton
  • Jessica Hutton
  • Zara Morris
  • Grace Garland
  • Charlie Garland
  • Maggie Princehorn
  • Sam Princehorn
  • Tas Chamberlain
  • Imogen Hiley
  • Scott Hiley
  • Yasmin Richters
  • Zara Richters
  • Tom Chapman

Mr Brett Kersnovske, Head of Sport

Club Sport

Pacific FC

Rooball Carnival

The Rooball Carnival last weekend was a huge success! Volunteers are the backbone to our club and we thank the parents from the four teams on canteen duty last Saturday – the U6 Sharks, U6 Orcas, U7 Lions and U7 Bears! We also thank the committee and field volunteers who were setting up just after dawn and went home as the sun set. We also give a big shout out to all our coaches and managers for their superb organisation. The dedication from all of these people is extraordinary. Well done and we hope players, parents, family and friends enjoyed the day!

Our U8 Dolphins and assistant coach Liam (pictured) show us just how important teamwork is with this great photo! Thank you for the photo, Shannon Russell. For more photos, please follow Pacific FC on Facebook.

Next Home Games

Our next home games are on this Saturday. Please check the SCCSA website ( for the schedule.

Pacific FC Committee
PLC Netball Club

This Saturday marks a major milestone for the Club. For the first time in our history, a PLC Netball Club Division 1 team will take the court at the season opening Round Robin Competition.

Supporting our senior team are our other graded teams playing in Division 3, 5, and 7; together with a full suite of teams from U12 to U7. This makes the 2019 season our largest in terms of teams and players in the Club’s recorded history. The achievement of this milestone fulfils the Club’s commitment to become a sustainable netball club that caters for girls of all ages and all abilities.

This achievement recognises the efforts of every player, parent and official in attaining the security, sustainability and diversity of the Club, which only comes from offering playing options at all levels. It is on this foundation that we can continue to provide playing, leadership and professional development opportunities to all of our girls and take pride in their achievements.

Good luck to everyone on the weekend.

Mr Trevor Colton, PLC Netball Club President

Uniform Shop

Opening Hours and Online Ordering

The Uniform Shop is open from 8.00am to 9.30am every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Orders can be placed online via and will be delivered to your child the following day.

Mrs Peta King, Uniform Shop Convenor

St Mark’s Lutheran Church

Service Notice

Pastor Ray, St Mark’s Lutheran Church

General Notices

LLL Banking

Pacific provides opportunities for children and parents to operate savings accounts with the Lutheran Laypeople’s League (LLL). The LLL is a non-profit financial institution established in 1921. All LLL Deposit Accounts are ‘at call’ accounts and there are no fees or charges. All LLL deposit accounts have an attractive rate of interest with no ‘Bonus’ rate hurdles to jump.  The LLL pays a $5 gift to the first savings account opened for the child.  Deposits can be made through the College’s Business Office each Tuesday before school. To find out more, visit the Business Office.

Entertainment Books

Pacific Lutheran College is fundraising with Entertainment™ again this year. Order your NEW 2019 | 2020 Entertainment™ Books and Entertainment™ Digital Memberships today and 20% of the proceeds will go towards Pacific Lutheran Early Learning Centre!

To order your book or digital membership, visit:

Pre-order now to enjoy special bonus offers!

Pacific Fitness Club

Parents have enjoyed the opportunity to participate in Pacific Fitness Hub’s classes! The classes are a great way to keep fit and make new friends.

  • Training: We will be offering a mix of various types of training, tailored to each individual, including high intensity, weights, cardio, core training, yoga/ flexibility.
  • Transformation: Mason will track your progress and achievement of your goals.  Functional fitness assessment, body composition measurement and goal related fitness assessment will be recorded at commencement and on completion.
  • Goals: Improve strength, increasing lean muscle, increasing endurance, mobility, flexibility, reducing body fat percentage, improving sleep, concentration and mood and increasing energy levels, nutrition changes.

For enquiries and registration please contact Mason on 0433 421 969 or

Upcoming Dates


15                    Pacific as a Peace Place

16                    Music Scholarship Test

18                    Year 4-6 SCISSA Training (3.15 – 4.15pm)

19                    Friends of Pacific (6.30pm)

21                    Year 4-6 SCISSA Trial Game

23                    Academic Scholarship Test

25                    Year 4-6 SCISSA Training (3.15 – 4.15pm)

26-28              Prep – Year 5 Conferences

27-29              Year 12 Hospitality RACV Work Experience

28                    Year 4-6 SCISSA Gala Day


3                       Year 11 RYDA Driver Education Day

4                       K-12 Chapel

                         Year 3-12 Cross Country Carnivals

                         Term 1 Concludes