Compass No 712 - February 2024

From the Principal

Purpose, the Compass For Discernment

Growing in our capacity to discern and make wise choices links strongly to our sense of purpose. To be discerning means we are able to think beyond our own needs and wants. We are able to suspend judgment, see things from a whole and others' perspectives, and are able to think through the impact of our decisions and actions on ourselves and others. When we are discerning, we are able to move to greater complexity and depth and are self-aware. We can identify the assumptions, biases and ways of thinking brought into a context. As we discern, we search for truth and the important. We bring humility, empathy and compassion into our decision making. We are deeply aware of our beliefs and values and the beliefs and values of others. To be discerning involves head, heart and soul. We have greater capacity to be discerning where we see our purpose is to use our God given talents in service to people and the planet.

God created us in his image, as an interdependent part of his amazing creation. He gave us the gifts of wonder, curiosity and creativity and encourages us to grow in our discernment through being in relationship with Him. As we explore the world and His Word, we are invited to do so with a sense of wonder and awe, humility, compassion, creativity and to grow in our discernment. We understand our privilege and purpose, to grow our God given talents to care for and with, to improve life for people and the planet. Living with faith in a loving and gracious God who equips and empowers us to live with a heart for service provides a strong compass where discernment can grow.

Principal's Log

Having a heart for service, provides purpose and direction for our learning and actions. We are blessed to be in a community filled with College Council members, staff, students and parents with strong servant hearts. Over the weekend a strong contingent of staff and Senior students provided the opportunity for members of the Disabled Surfers community to experience the joy of surfing. There was a tremendous sense of joy experienced by everyone who was involved.  We thank all staff and students for being prepared to support this enriching activity and Mrs Linda Sydes for her organisation and leadership of the event.

There was a strong focus on servant leadership as parents joined us for the installation of our Year 6 Pacific Action Group leaders. We were reminded that each of us has a responsibility to lead ourselves well. Where we have opportunities to lead others, we need to engage in attentive listening to best meet the needs of people and the community. We were reminded that we do not do this alone but that we lead with and for, enabling the strengths and capacities of those around us to shine. We pray that God would equip our Year 6 leaders and each of us with the wisdom and the capacity to lead with good purpose. We thank our Year 6 parents for joining us to make this a special celebration of servant leadership for our Year 6 students.

The Friends of Pacific have provided tremendous service to this community. We thank our outgoing members including 2023 Chairperson Mrs Carly Lovell, Secretary Ange Mack, Renae Costa, Lisa Davis and Amber Childs. A particular thank you to Carly Lovell and Ange Mack who were both very generous with their time. We also thank Mrs Teena Thompson for her years of service to this community through the Friends of Pacific through leadership of a range of events including Mother’s Day and Father’s Day stalls, Open Days, supporting sporting carnivals and coordination of OCEANFest. Our community has benefitted greatly from the service of Carly, Ange and Teena and we express our deep appreciation to each of them. We wish our incoming committee of Jan Watman, Laura O’Neal, Louise Walker, Victoria Campbell, Jessica Chung, Elisha Bray, Jane Hill, Jenny Lee and Allyson Sarvari all the best for the upcoming year. We still have vacancies for the role of Chairperson. We would encourage people to consider this opportunity for connection and service and nominate by emailing

Our Volunteer Induction Process has been greatly refined this year. It is a legislated requirement that all volunteers including coaches and managers of teams and committee members complete volunteer training. Volunteers can complete the whole process online via the Volunteer Handbook which is accessible via the parent portal in Nav. We thank our Human Resources and Compliance Officer, Mrs Belinda Dawkins for refining and leading this process so well.

This community has always been deeply enriched by the spirit of generosity and service shown by our staff, students and parents. We thank our community for enhancing the experience of our young people through hearts of service. May God grow our capacity to be discerning and to serve the needs of individuals, the community and the environment.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal

From the Director of Students

A Call to Purposeful Action and Being a Blessing to Others

In a world often driven by material wealth and possessions, the words of Jesus in Luke 12:13-21 stand as a timeless reminder: “one’s life does not consist in the abundance of possession.” At the heart of this passage lies a profound message about the purpose of our existence - a purpose that extends far beyond the accumulation of ‘things’. Our calling is to be more than just consumers in the world, but rather, we are called to live purposefully. Each person is uniquely gifted, with diverse abilities that present opportunities to serve others.

On Tuesday 20th February, the Year 6 leaders were installed as Action Captains across the areas of Academic, Culture, Environment, Sport, Spirituality and Service, Student Wellbeing and Technology. It was warming to see our Year 9 leaders facilitate this important ceremony and represent the Middle College proudly.

Today our Year 6 leaders also attended an important GRIP Leadership Conference, at Venue 114, Kawana. The conference’s focus was growing student’s capabilities to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team, think critically and analytically to support the growth and development of their area of Action. The Year 6 leaders left feeling very confident and are ready to lead and support the direction of the 7 Actions Groups this year. Year 6 Action Group leaders will now work alongside the Year 12 Action Captains in leading their first meeting in next week. Students across Years 6-12 are invited to attend these meetings so that they can share their voice, work collaboratively with other like-minded individuals and help to implement and ‘action’ ideas to enhance the overall experience at Pacific.

All students at Pacific have the opportunity to live out the teachings of Luke 12:13-21, recognising that life’s true meaning lies in the service of others. By actively participating in the Action Groups, capably led by Year 12 Action Captains and Year 6 Action leaders, all students can continue to breathe life into various initiatives, cultivating a sense of purpose and community while being a blessing to those around them.

Ms Leigh Finter, Director of Students

From the Head of Staff and Students P-5

Communicating within the Pacific Way

The beauty of split assemblies allows us to cater our messages to a specific audience. At this week's Prep – Year 2 assembly, Mrs Ridley and Mrs Hogan explored the concept of what communication means to us in the different situations that we find ourselves in.

A favourite of little people, that we are all familiar with is Bluey. In the episode that was shown, Bingo, Bluey’s little sister, does not speak up when her dad, however well-meaning, plays a little rough with her. She is encouraged to use her “big bark” to let others know that how they are treating her, is not ok. As a result, in assembly, the children were encouraged to do the same when faced with a similar situation.

The key messages were

  • People are in charge of their own bodies.
  • Sometimes things that are fun for you, but not the other person and
  • Listening to each other is how we make sure we, and others are safe.

Our “big bark” at school might look like

  • That does not make me feel safe or
  • When you_______ I feel_______. Please stop.

Encouraging young people to take action and problem solve issues is a crucial part of supporting the whole person. Not only does this benefit others and make interactions more inclusive, it empowers our young people to believe in themselves and build resilience for the future.

Restorative Approaches

Of course, from time to time, our interactions can lead to harm. Both intentional and accidental. Actions of others can impact the wellbeing of all. At Pacific, we use these events as learning experiences and give voice to all sides to encourage a holistic view of what has transpired. A crucial part of the Pastoral Care process at Pacific is the attention and faith given to supporting students through restorative frameworks. It is the purpose of restorative practice to build or mend relationships that are worthy of maintaining. Restorative circles can take many forms and serve many purposes. Restorative conferencing can be a process that addresses wrongdoing and conflict and can seek to repair damage to relationships.

The implementation of Circle Time is an important part of our framework. Circle Time is a practical way to skill young people to listen with understanding, tune into feelings and begin to see the world from others’ viewpoints. These Circle Times are intentionally timetabled into classes to build and maintain relationships and encourage a sense of belonging. The ‘grab and go’ Circle Time kit covers such topics as dealing with arguments, what we need when we are hurt, and blaming versus fixing. The skills built within this environment aim to build our students' capacity further to navigate the sometimes confusing world of interpersonal relationships.

As a College, we encourage our students to be vocal about such incidents whilst at school. Circle Times and restorative conferencing provide an avenue for children to articulate any potential issues that may have occurred. Our hope as a College is that we are encouraging agency within our students to speak up in a safe and supportive environment and undertake the due process to restore the relationships that may have suffered harm. These restorative processes can be the beginning of a journey to repair harm, and at times, require continuous monitoring. Communication is vital, and I encourage you to keep in close contact with your child’s classroom teacher should you need to give further information or need clarification on pastoral matters.

Take care and God bless.

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

From the Head of Career Development

Careers News

Subject Variations and impacts on career pathways


With Week 6 just around the corner, I thought it might be timely to remind Year 11 and 12 students that changing subjects may negatively impact QCE and ATAR eligibility, and it is best to connect either myself or Ms Gerlach to discuss and consider future career plans and determine impacts on QCE and ATAR eligibility.


In some instances, timetabling and class capacity will also be an issue.


Below is a visual that explains for Year 11 and 12 students some of the considerations to be aware of prior to starting a conversation about a change.

Career Exploration Opportunities

Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation = 4 QCE Points

If you are aged 15 or older and currently in Grades 10, 11, or 12, this course offers a unique opportunity for students to specialise in a water sport of their choosing, with options including SCUBA diving, surfing, sailing, jet-skiing, or kayaking. By completing this program, you open doors to exciting job prospects as an outdoor activity assistant or a participant in various industries, including tourism, outdoor education, and sport & fitness. You also gain a foundation for pursuing further studies in outdoor leadership, making Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation a gateway to a world of thrilling possibilities.


For more details, email: or speak to Mrs Beattie, Head of Vocational Education and Training

Electric Vertical Lift and Take Off Aircraft Project at UniSC

There is an exciting opportunity for PLC students to make history as part of the first-ever student-built electric aircraft called “eVTOL”, which aims to take to the skies in 2024. Involvement in this project involves attending a session at UniSC Sunshine Campus once a week early in the morning to work with industry, academics, university, TAFE and high school students. Students will use cutting-edge software and systems to design, manufacture, assemble and ultimately flight-test the eVTOL. The opportunities for this kind of aircraft are endless, from creating more accessible ways for personal travel to intelligence and surveillance, reconnaissance, and freight transport.

The eVTOL project creates a focal point for STEAM talent in our region. Still, this kind of project-based learning gives students experience in a simulated “company”, so they develop 21st first century skills.

The project team have put a call out to more local students to get engaged. To register your interest, go to

How to book a Careers Appointment

Senior College students can now access the Careers Bookings Calendar and manage their own careers appointment, including inviting parents to join a meeting, either in person or via zoom.

Simply select the type of career- related appointment you would like and as courtesy ensure you check with your teacher that it is OK before you miss all or part of lesson before you make a booking.

Book appointments via the link: Pacific Lutheran Careers Support or Scan the QR Code below.

Mrs Veronica Sanmarco, Head of Career Development

Food for Thought


I hope this message finds you well. As the Counsellor here at Pacific, I am thrilled to connect with you through this newsletter to shed light on the role that school counsellors play in shaping the holistic development of students. My primary mission as the College Counsellor is to foster the emotional, social, and academic wellbeing of our students. Often seen as a friendly face around the College, I am here not only to address crises that may occur, but also to provide proactive support and guidance to our students, staff, and parent community.

Adolescence is a period of immense growth and change, filled with both excitement and challenge. As your child manoeuvres through these formative years, they may encounter various issues such as academic stress, peer pressure and personal identity exploration. This is where I come in. My role is to serve as a steady anchor, providing a safe space for students to express themselves, explore their feelings, and develop the resilience needed to overcome obstacles. Engaging with a school counsellor is not reserved for students facing crises; it is a proactive step towards overall wellbeing. Here are a few reasons why your child should consider connecting with me:

  • Emotional and Social Wellbeing - Navigating the complex landscape of emotions and social dynamics can be overwhelming. I provide a confidential space for students to express their feelings, explore coping mechanisms, and develop healthy relationships with peers.
  • Conflict Resolution - Interpersonal conflicts are inevitable in any school environment. I work with students to develop effective communication skills, fostering a culture of empathy and understanding.
  • Personal Development - Beyond academics, I am committed to nurturing the personal growth of each student. Through guidance and encouragement, I help them develop a strong sense of self, resilience and a positive mindset.

It is important to note, that the role of a school counsellor has a level of confidentiality that supports it. This ensures that students feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and concerns, knowing that our conversations remain private unless there is a risk of harm to themselves or others. For our Junior College students, I will seek parental permission before connecting with their young person, whereas our Middle and Senior College students can access the school counsellor without parental permission. It is important to note that we aim to have parents, students, and the school all working together, so building the entire ‘support team’ is always what we are working towards.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out by email or phoning the College main reception.

Mr Brendan Macaulay, Head of Student Support

Friends of Pacific

Connecting College and Community


Our 2024 AGM was held on Tuesday evening, 20th February 2024, in the Pacific Library and was well attended by new and current families. It was great to meet many new parents and hear their enthusiasm to support this year.

We thank the outgoing 2023 FoP Committee for their commitment and service to the College community.

Chairperson                                   Carly Lovell

Vice Chair                                      Jan Watman

Secretary                                       Ange Mack

Treasurer                                       Louise Walker

Foundation Executive – Foundation Executive - Victoria Campbell, Junior College Executive - Ranae Costa, Middle College Executives - Lisa Davis and Amber Childs, Senior College Executives - Tracey Hindmarsh and Jenny Lee, and Alumni Executive - Allyson Sarvari

Carly Lovell had stepped aside from Chairperson once she accepted her new role within the College as College Registrar. A big thank you to the outgoing Executive Team especially for their service with running a successful OCEANFest and many other events in 2023.

I wish the incoming committee a truly fabulous year.

We congratulate the following incoming FoP Committee for 2024:

Chairperson                                   Position Currently Vacant

Vice Chair                                      Jan Watman

Secretary                                       Laura O’Neal

Treasurer                                       Louise Walker

Foundation Executive - Victoria Campbell, Junior College Executive – Jessica Chung, Middle College Executives – Elisha Bray and Jane Hill, Senior College Executives - Jenny Lee, and Alumni Executive - Allyson Sarvari

Swimming Support

Thank you to Mrs Teena Thompson for supporting Pacific staff at the Junior Swimming Carnival in previous weeks with refreshments. It was very much appreciated.

Volunteering at Pacific

Friends of Pacific play a vital role in strengthening community. As a member, parents have a unique opportunity to grow our College culture and build connections with students and families.

A child’s transition into adulthood is strengthened with positive adult role models who join the community together. Throughout the year, Friends of Pacific support a variety of events and College initiatives including the annual PLC Open Day, Mother’s and Father’s Day stalls, sport carnivals, trivia nights, golf days, and much more.

Hosting events is only possible thanks to the efforts of those in our College community who give so generously of their time.  If you are interested in volunteering with the College at any time throughout the year, please complete the below simple training.

This year, the College is streamlining the induction process by using a flexible delivery platform where volunteers work through the Volunteer Handbook, complete an electronic form, and upload relevant documentation. The Volunteer Handbook is accessible via the parent portal in Nav - Nav Community Links.

Gala Day – Thursday 28th March

FoP has the opportunity to run a Gala Day BBQ at the Meridan Sports Field for the Year 4-6 Touch Football teams across the SCISSA competition.

If you have successfully completed the 2024 online volunteer registration and are available to assist on this day, please contact FoP at

Pacific Together

Pacific Together is a care-based service offered by Friends of Pacific to College families in times of need. If you, or someone you know within our College community, needs extra support during the year, the Pacific Together care group may be able to help in some small way or offer a care package. Please contact Chaplain Mr Mark Hauser-

If you would like to support the continuation of the care-based service through a financial contribution, we invite you to contact Pacific Together via email:

Click here to follow our Friends of Pacific Facebook page.

Ms Jan Watman, Friends of Pacific Chairperson

College News

Supporting Disabled Surfer's Association

On Sunday, 18th February, Pacific staff and Senior students joined volunteers for the Disabled Surfer’s Association in Currimundi. At Disabled Surfers events, members of the Sunshine Coast have an opportunity to share surfing, an activity many of us take for granted, with others who aren’t able to surf on their own due to a disability. It was incredibly rewarding and heart-warming to see the surfer’s faces light up as they rode the waves with us supporting them. On behalf of all volunteers, I’d like to thank all of the Pacific staff who attended and organised this event for students, as well as the coordinators of Disabled Surfers who made this event possible. I wholeheartedly encourage all Senior students to participate in the next Disabled Surfers event.  I’m sure everyone who volunteered will agree it’s an incredibly rewarding experience.

Olivia Boland, Year 12 Student, Academic PAG Captain

International Women's Day Breakfast - Friday 8th March

Uniform Shop

The Uniform opening hours are -

  • Monday – Thursday 8.00am – 10.30am
  • Tuesday Afternoon from 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Please contact the College’s Main Reception on 5436 7300 to make an appointment.

Flexischools orders are also available for your Uniform needs. These orders will be completed Monday - Thursday and delivered to the students’ classroom in the Junior College and to the PCG pigeonholes in the Wellbeing Centre for Middle and Senior College students. Please ensure that these are collected promptly to ensure that they do not go missing.

Formal Hats are all now back in stock as well as Middle College Girls Ties, Dresses and House Polos.

Mrs Peta King, Uniform Convenor

Sport News

Years 7-12 Sport

District Swimming Carnival

The results from the Interhouse Carnival will be used to determine the fastest 4 freestyle students, 3 fastest students in backstroke, breaststroke and 2 fastest butterfly swimmers. These students have been selected in the Pacific Swim Team and are representing the College on Thursday 22nd February at a twilight carnival held at Sunshine Coast Grammar Pool. We wish these students the best of luck.

Competitive Sport News

Next week students will be able to sign up for a range of competitive and representative sporting options for Term 2. Students are encouraged to look at all options and consider how they may be able to represent Pacific in sport this year. Multiple sports may be played in a term if there are no clashes with the days in which fixtures are played.

Options for competitive sport sign-ups are as follows:

Term 2:

  • Yr 7-10 SCISSA Volleyball (Wednesday after school)
  • Yr 11-12 SCISSA Soccer (Wednesday after school)
  • Yr 7-12 Boys 15 aside Rugby (Wednesday after school)
  • Yr 7-9 Trish Buckley Volleyball (Friday after school)
  • Yr 7-12 Kayaking (Friday Sport and Monday after school)

SCISSA Junior and Intermediate Soccer

All our SCISSA soccer teams worked hard this week and should be proud of their efforts. The Junior Boys team 1 went down 1-2 in a spirited effort with limited numbers due to illness. The Junior Boys team 2 played fantastically to go up 2-0 however, GCC were able to sneak a couple goals just before half time. The Junior Boys can be proud of their improvement. Our result of the week goes to the Intermediate Girls who were able to move the ball well as a team and hold GSLC scoreless while putting 7 in the back of the net themselves. A great effort.

Results (Round 2):

SCISSA Senior Volleyball

Once again, we had our Senior Volleyball teams travelling all over the coast for their fixtures on Wednesday night. A big thank you to the players and coaches who are committing their time and energy to represent Pacific in competitive sport. Once again, our Senior Girls Team 1 continued their strong form with another two wins from two matches, winning both games quite easily. They now turn their focus to Friday’s Trish Buckley matches. The Senior Boys Team 2 continued to improve with another good win against a strong Flinders side. Mr Paul Brace has been doing some excellent work with the Senior Boys Team 1 and although they lost both games this week, they have vastly improved. The volleyballers are engaged and performing well and we look forward to celebrating more success in the coming weeks.

Results (Round 2):

Trish Buckley (Senior Volleyball):

Trish Buckley Volleyball kicked off last Friday (Week 4), with students enthusiastic to represent the College. Pacific teams showed great team spirit and are determined to work hard throughout the competition. Players will continue to improve in the knowledge of the game and skill as they compete in both Wednesday night SCISSA and Trish Buckley competitions.

Monday Night Netball:

The Monday Night Netball Competition began on Monday (Week 5), with 8 of our 9 teams taking the court. It was a fantastic display of skill and teamwork by all teams, with 7 wins and 1 draw. Our Pacific netball players have worked incredibly hard at training in the lead up to Round 1 of competition. We thank all players for their attendance and dedication to training. We look forward to seeing all teams continue with this momentum throughout the competition.

**PLC Sapphire had a bye


With the Pacific Kayaking program starting in Term 2, we are looking for any interested parents with potential experience in watercraft who may be able to volunteer their time to the program. The program has greatly benefitted from the fantastic involvement from parents in previous years. If you are interested, please contact me at

People the Focus

In January, Year 10 student, Carter Kiernan was fortunate enough to officially sign a contract with the Dolphins Junior NRL Academy for the next three years. This contract is a pathway to the Queensland Cup and the NRL. It will see him involved in regular training sessions with the squad at Redcliffe as well as individual training sessions on the Sunshine Coast. Carter’s first year in the Academy will culminate with him touring Sydney in the September school holidays, playing against other NRL Academy’s such as the Penrith Panthers Junior Academy and another yet to be named NRL Junior Academy Club.


Carter was given the opportunity to join the Academy for a couple of training sessions late last year as well as getting to attend a 2-day camp before Christmas where he was involved in team building activities and given the opportunity to meet some current Dolphins players.

Congratulations Carter, we wish you all the best!

Mr Liam Jacka, Acting Head of Sport

Club Sport

Club Sport

Pacific Lutheran College has several sports development programs outside of school hours. These programs encourage participation, giving students the opportunity to be part of a team, and learn basic skills of the game.

The parent-led Pacific FC Soccer and PLC Netball Clubs compete on Saturdays in community competitions throughout the Sunshine Coast.

PLC Netball Club

Training for this season is well underway, with most teams having commenced training over the past 2 weeks. We are still finalising teams, with some changes already made and others under consideration. Please contact your coach or Netball President with any queries or concerns with your team arrangements. The grading games on 9, 16 and 23 March are to ensure players are allocated to the right team, and the team is in the right Division. A player may be moved to a different team, or a team to a different Division, as a result of performance during the grading rounds.

February is notoriously hot and humid, which makes training and exercising more difficult.  As water is essential to regulate our body temperature, support muscle movements and maintain blood volume, the ability to perform all these functions during exercise relies on adequate fluid intake. It is vital that our players replenish the loss of water that takes place during physical exertion and without doing this successfully, the body will dehydrate leading to several physical effects.  Please remember to drink lots of water before, during and after training and games.

Please note the following important dates, letting your coach and manager know if you are unavailable:

  • Saturday 9th March: Grading round-robin; teams play multiple shorter games.
  • Saturday 16th March: Grading round-robin, teams play multiple shorter games.
  • Saturday 23rd March: Final round of grading games; teams play one game of normal length.
  • Easter School holiday break.
  • Saturday 20th April: Competition commences, round one, Caloundra Indoor sports stadium.

PLC Netball club encourages and welcomes parent involvement with our teams, so if you are interested in being a team manager or coach, please reach out.

We look forward to another wonderful year of netball in 2024!!

For all enquiries, please use the contact details below.

President – Donna Watkins |

Secretary – Peta King |

Registrar – Karen Costa |

Facebook: PLC Netball Club
Instagram: PLC Netball Club

Mrs Donna Watkins, PLC Netball Club President

Pacific FC

We are looking forward to the season kicking off on Saturday, 2nd March with U6-U10 Carnivals, as well as U11-U16/17 Grading games or matches.

Pacific will host the U7, U8, U9 and U10 Carnivals, while our U6 teams will be at Siena and U10 at Unity. We thank Lucie and Amelie Bradley for their organisation in preparing the canteen for the season ahead. Each family will also have a turn in the canteen or on field set-up/pack-up throughout the season.

Carnival Draws can be found here:

Welcome to the following coaches and managers who will lead the 16 teams this year -

  • U6 Orcas and Dolphins – Tyron and Rachel Davis and Jenna du Preez
  • U7 Wahoos – Niall Geoghegan, Stephanie Philibert and Tracie Wicks
  • U7 Makos – Robbie McDonald, Sharn Fraser and Brittany Finch
  • U7 Trevallys – Meghan and David Mole
  • U8 Manta Rays – Kelly McKie, Reece Cooper and Kenny Spring
  • U8 Eagle Rays – Casey McKenna and Stuart Nash
  • U8 Electric Rays – Kylee Kassiou
  • U9 Snappers – Dean Butt and Maks Maksan
  • U9 Stingrays – Darren Hooper, Kate Weller and Sarah Baker
  • U9 Angelfish – Kyle Robson, Renee Blakeley and Kylie Peters
  • U10 Swordfish – Lucy Strawson and Natalie Martin-Booker
  • U11 Seahorses – Greg and Jane Hill and Katie Radford
  • U12 Sharks – Lola Raymond and Andrew Whatham
  • U14 Marlins – Doug McKinnon
  • U16/17 – Sheldon Boland, Rod McGregor and Jarrod Clarke

Contact: The Registrar
Facebook: Pacific Soccer FC 

Mrs Rita Williams, Pacific FC President

Upcoming Dates


22      Year 6 Leadership day

22      9-19 Years District Swimming

22      Year 7-12 Voices on the Coast

23      Year 4-6 Voices on the Coast

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

29      Year 10 Vaccinations


7        Year 4-6 SCISSA Trial Game

8        International Women’s Day Breakfast

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

11      Prep Vision Screening

13-22  NAPLAN Commences

15      Pacific as a Peace Place

15      Year 4-9 PLC Disco

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

18-22  Prep – 5 Conferences Begin

19      Friends of Pacific Meeting

25-27 Year 5 Camp

25      Kids Lit Quiz

26      PLC Learning Hub with Brett Lee

27      Senior College Conferences

28      Year 4-6 SCISSA Gala Day 1

28      K-12 Chapel

28      Term 1 Concludes