Compass No 713 - February 2024

From the Principal

Finding Purpose In The Everyday

Purpose is grown through the why and how we do things rather than the what we do. When we bring a strong desire to grow our gifts and talents and use our time to benefit others, a strong sense of purpose grows through all that we do. Purpose is grown as we approach our learning and work with the spirit of growing our capacity to help other people. Purpose grows as we stop to pick up that piece of plastic or rubbish to protect the environment, or as we do work around our homes to make a difference for the family. Purpose is generated where we genuinely thank those who help us through what they do. In our context that would include recognising the role that grounds, IT, library, admin, support, tuckshop, finance, cleaning, early learning and OSHC care staff, teachers, coaches, managers or other volunteers for giving of their time and talent and helping them where we can.

God invites us to bring appreciation, gratitude, kindness and a servant heart into everything we do. We are invited to grow and use our gifts and talents to improve life for people and the environment. We find our purpose through giving freely as God has given to us.

Principal's Log

Every week and every day I am conscious of the generosity of spirit and genuine desire on the part of staff, students, parents and College Council to make a difference for our young people and for people within and beyond our community. We are very blessed to be growing in a culture and at the same time growing and sustaining a culture of good purpose.

We thank our volunteers who are leading, coaching and managing our Pacific FC and PLC Netball Clubs and wish our volunteers and players all the best as the season gets underway. As a legislated Child Safety measure all volunteers including Executive members, coaches and managers need to complete the volunteer’s induction process which can be completed online by completing the Volunteer Handbook. Access to the Volunteer Handbook is via the parent portal in NAV- Nav Community Links.

Later this term on Tuesday 26th March, cybersafety expert Brett Lee will be speaking to staff, students and parents about maintaining a safe presence in the online environment. This is an important and complex area for families to negotiate and we encourage all parents to take advantage of Brett’s presentation for parents from 6.00pm which will be the first of the Pacific Learning Hub presentations for the year. Simple things such as ensuring that devices are not used in bedrooms and not left in bedrooms overnight can reduce the likelihood of poor choices being made. Students are educated at school about cybersafety.  Having these messages reiterated and parents providing supervision around device use particularly for younger and middle years students at home is important. We look forward to insights that Brett will provide for our community in this important area.

We congratulate our swimmers who represented the College well at last week’s Independent Swimming Carnivals. The Year 3-6 team performed well during the day with many individual students placing in top 3 positions in their events. The Year 3-6 team finished 5th overall out of the 11 schools in competition. Our Year 7-12 team also performed well and placed 6th overall in the twilight competition. Thank you to parents, staff and students for your support of the carnivals and to our Heads of Sport Mr Darren Hooper and Mr Liam Jacka and Mrs Lisa Muir for their leadership and organisation. We wish those students selected to participate in the regional carnivals all the best.

We look forward to being able to come together to celebrate International Women’s Day next Friday 8th March from 7.00am – 8.00am. See details later in the newsletter including how to register your attendance.

We thank God for the gifts and generosity of heart that the people of this community bring. We pray that God would grow our sense of purpose through the everyday experiences of our lives.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal

From the College Chaplain

Living with Purpose

This past fortnight, we have been exploring the theme of having a ‘sense of purpose’ in our chapels and devotions. With ever-growing incidences of youth crime, mental health issues and alarmingly high rates of depression amongst both youth and adults, the idea of finding meaning in life and a sense of purpose could never be stronger.

But this is not just a message that is applicable to the youth of today, for we ALL need to feel a true sense of purpose in our lives. Research tells us that when people have a sense of purpose, that they feel more positive emotions, joy and actually live longer.

Arthur, Rick Warren became an instant celebrity from his book “The Purpose Driven Life”. This book was on the best seller list for over 90 weeks and brought in millions upon millions of dollars in sales.

But why was it so popular? Because people are all searching for meaning in their lives. This is a worldwide need and transcends generations. We all have an inbuilt need for meaning and a sense of purpose.

In one of Rick’s interviews, he details that our true purpose can only be found in God. People try to fill the void of a lack of purpose with material things, with money, with hedonic tendencies. But in the end, our lives can only be sustained by finding our purpose in Christ.

Jesus was the ultimate example to us of someone who lived with purpose. He modelled servanthood and love to others. And when we follow that example and choose to live a life with true purpose, we discover a profound fulfillment that goes beyond short-lived pleasures and external achievements. Just as Jesus lived a purpose-driven life, we are called to emulate His compassion, kindness, and selflessness.

At Pacific, I see our teachers, staff, parents and students live out this Christ-like life of purpose and meaning. I see it in their interactions with each other; in the generous offers of support in times of need; every time someone extends a helping hand or a word of encouragement. It's in the small acts of kindness that collectively create a culture of purpose within our community. As we witness these daily expressions of love and service, it reaffirms the belief that our shared journey is one guided by a higher calling.

Mr Mark Hauser, College Chaplain

From the Head of Learning K-5

Writing in Prep to Year 2

What is writing?

Writing is a process of using letters, words and sentences to communicate thoughts and ideas. Even though it might look simple, it requires the synthesis and application of many understandings and skills. Even when writing a note to a friend, the author needs to consider the ideas to be communicated, the structure and sentences that suit the purpose, the correct letters and sounds, how to form the letters and where to include punctuation – all to make sure that the message is communicated effectively.

Why is it so important?

Writing provides an important way to communicate our ideas, and in doing so we can entertain, inform and persuade others. As we write, we sort our thoughts and learn new things. It is a way to express what we have learned but also a way to express who we are, our interests and our ideas. It makes our thinking visible and at school and throughout higher education, writing is used by others to judge our understandings of topics.

What does learning to write look like?

The best way to learn to write, or to become a better writer, is to write. In the early years of school, this is done through real-life and life-like situations as children experiment with drawing and writing and build their confidence.

Each term students are supported to create a specific written text as part of their English unit of work. For example, they might create a poster persuading others to read their favourite picture book, construct a written retell of a familiar fairy tale, or write a description of a favourite place. Students are also provided with an opportunity to create texts of their own choice during Daily 5 Café activities, focusing on creativity, artistry, fun and enjoyment.

How do we know that children are progressing?

Teachers analyse samples of writing at the beginning (pre-test) and end of each English unit, as well as providing feedback throughout the learning phase. Teachers provide feedback in relation to Writing scales and criteria sheets, developed specifically for each writing task. In this way teachers and students know the ‘next steps’.

What can you do to support writing at home?

  • Draw attention to writing in the world (e.g., signs, posters, notes, advertisements, labels).
  • Find everyday opportunities to tell and share stories (e.g., after visiting relatives, when something funny happens), encouraging some ‘tall tales’ and exaggerated events.
  • Play with language, sharing your ideas and encouraging everyone to participate (e.g., silly rhymes and puns on words, new poems or stories with characters from your family).
  • Find everyday opportunities to write (e.g., shopping lists, birthday cards, postcards, drawings, diaries, notes in lunchboxes, writing games where everyone writes a part of a story).
  • Use a range of writing implements to build confidence and strength in young writers’ hands (e.g., pens, pencils, chalk, whiteboard pens, paint, coloured paper, scissors, glue, stickers).

Mrs Sue Zweck, Head of Learning K-5

From the Head of Career Development

Careers News

Resume Bootcamp Lunch time Workshops

If you want to write your first resume or your resume needs a refresh, attend one of these lunchtime sessions in the library to receive expert guidance on how to make your resume pop!

Book and attend a session during lunchtime in the library on Wednesday weekly.

Remember to bring your laptop and details of the job you are applying for. Book via the link: Pacific Lutheran Careers Support

Certificate I Construction (CPC10120) = up to 3 QCE points

The Sunshine Coast Trade Training Centre (SCC) is trialling a term two enrolment, ideally suited to Year 10 students considering a trade pathway. The Certificate I provides exposure to multiple trades, with students gaining sound foundation skills and knowledge while attaining their White Card (working safely in the construction industry).

  • Delivery Day: Thursday.
  • Delivery Duration: Term 2 - end of 2024.
  • Commencement Date: Anticipated week 10 – Thursday, March 28, 2024, with students required to complete 2 x 1 week of intensive training (10 days total).
  • Anticipated Intensive blocks: First week – planned for April 9 to April 12 (4 days), Second week – To be confirmed, second week June holidays.

Please note: Minimum student enrolment (maximum of 16 students) must be achieved for the course to proceed.

If you are interested please contact Mrs Colleen Beattie, Head of Vocational Education and Training  by close of business Wednesday 6th March to discuss this pathway and find out further details on how to complete the Expression of Interest form.

Mrs Veronica Sanmarco, Head of Career Development

Friends of Pacific

Connecting College and Community

Being part of a community like Pacific brings so many opportunities for our children and for us, as Friends of Pacific. I am excited about what we can achieve together in 2024 and invite you to join us at our monthly meetings and by volunteering at events run by FoP.

I would love to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Jan Watman, and I am this year’s Vice Chairperson, currently Acting Chairperson of Friends of Pacific. My daughter began her Pacific learning journey in Prep and is now in Year 2.  I have however been supporting College events prior to 2001 as my nephew graduated from the College just a few years ago.  I am looking forward to working with the FoP Executive Committee and current and new families of the College to make valuable connections within our community.

Coffee and Chat – 8.30am, Friday 1st March

If you would like to hear more about Friends of Pacific and what is involved in volunteering, please join me and a couple of FoP members this Friday at the Coral Café. This is an inviting space at the College, so pop in for a coffee and say hi before the day ahead.  

Volunteering at Pacific

Volunteering has many benefits. You can make new friends, learn something new, and contribute to the community and your kids love to see you helping around the College. If you have ever thought about volunteering or becoming a part of Friends of Pacific, now is the time. There are so many exciting events on the 2024 calendar and the more people who are available to volunteer and support these events will ensure their success.

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

Lions Club Youth of the Year 2024

The age at which juvenile offenders should face adult consequences should be lowered.  Do you agree or disagree?

Imagine what it might be like to be given a speech topic like this one, with only one minute preparation time and a time limit of two minutes to reach.

For Year 12 students Kiana Campbell and Kade Herbert, that imagining became a reality last weekend when they were Pacific Lutheran College’s representatives in the annual Lions Youth of the Year competition at the Caloundra Lions Club.

Kiana and Kade submitted rigorous application forms documenting their academic achievements, their community involvement and their ambitions for the future.  They participated in an interview where they spoke to the interview panel about the content of their application and were asked a series of general knowledge questions. 

Later in the day, they had to deliver two impromptu speeches; the topics included The age at which juvenile offenders should face adult consequences should be lowered.  Do you agree or disagree? And mobile phones have been banned in state schools across Queensland.  What do you think was behind this initiative?

Kade and Kiana performed admirably, formulating thoughtful responses and managing the pressure of thinking on their feet. The five-minute prepared speeches followed the impromptus, and all contestants presented passionate perspectives on various issues that impressed and entertained the judges and the Lions, parents and teachers in the audience.

Youth of the Year 2024 was a rich experience for our students, and we give thanks to the Lions Club of Caloundra for the opportunity for Pacific students to engage in events that assist in building important life skills and develop valuable evidence for university scholarship applications in the future.

We also thank Kiana and Kade for being excellent ambassadors for our College and for their warm engagement with their fellow competitors and with the members of the Lions Club of Caloundra.    

Mrs Rae Hall, Head of English

Pacific Learning Hub Community Presentation - Mr Brett Lee, Cyber Safety Expert

Pacific parents, carers and staff are invited to attend an evening presentation by leading cyber safety expert, Mr Brett Lee at Pacific Lutheran College’s gymnasium on Tuesday, 26th March from 6.00pm – 7.30pm, with refreshments commencing from 5.30pm.

The presentation, delivered by leading cyber safety expert Mr Brett Lee, will draw upon his extensive career, knowledge and experience, having worked as a Queensland Police Officer for 22 years, 16 of those as a detective predominately in the field of child exploitation. Mr Brett Lee is the creator of Internet Safe Education (ISE), which is endorsed by the eSafety Commission, Australia’s main government regulatory body.

Brett’s powerful and engaging parent presentation will bring to life the possible dangers and responsibilities which are part of young people’s digital world and explains their rights and responsibilities in the online world. To register your place for this presentation, click on the following link or use the QR code.

This presentation is part of the Pacific Learning Hub, launched in 2023 to support the PLC community with our young people’s journey, as we learn and grow together.    

Year 3 - 12 Student Presentations

Mr Brett Lee will also work with students and teachers across Years 3 – 12 during the day (Tuesday 26th March) to deliver age appropriate presentations, including some of the following topics. The aim of these presentations is to support and educate our young people to learn how to stay safe online, use the internet and social media in healthy ways and thrive online.

Parents are requested to complete the online consent in the parent lounge which was outlined in a letter issued to Year 3 – 12 parents on Wednesday 28th February.

Ms Leigh Finter, Director of Students

International Women's Day Breakfast

Join us to celebrate International Women’s Day


We invite Pacific families to join us for breakfast to celebrate International Women’s Day. Be treated to music performances from some of our talented student artists and enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared by our Hospitality department.

Date & Time:  7.00am - 8.00am | Friday 8th March 2024

Location: J Block Undercroft

Cost: Gold coin donation

Click HERE to register your attendance.

We look forward to this wonderful opportunity to connect as community.

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

Library News

What's Happening in the Library?

Beyond the Book Literature Festival

Last week the library staff took 39 of our junior and middle college students to the University of the Sunshine Coast for the Beyond the Book Literature Festival. We had two lovely, sunny days immersed in literature, surrounded by fellow bibliophiles. Older students seized the opportunity to engage with writers and poets in workshops to hone their own writing skills, while everyone enjoyed talks from favourite and new authors. Highlights for me included slam poet, Joel McKerrow, making a passionate case for the place of poetry in our lives, Katrina Nannestad talking about the real-life historical events behind her novels and Ellie Marney discussing her research into serial killers for her murder mysteries.

Book Club

Book Club order forms were sent home this week for students in P-6. Please place your orders online by next Friday, 8th March

Ms Narelle Keen, Teacher Librarian

Sport News

Secondary District Swimming Carnival

A big thank you to all students who represented Pacific at the Independent District Swimming Carnival on Monday night. The College appreciates the time commitment involved with participation in this twilight carnival and we are proud of the commitment of our swimmers. Congratulations to Emily Lengenberg and Ainslie Carter who both came second in their respective age champion categories. We also congratulate Gemma Bryce and Harlen Smith for finishing in 3rd place in their respective age champion categories. A great effort from these students.

Competitive Sport News

We encourage students to consider participating in PLC Representative Sport options available this year. These are separate activities to Competitive Sport Options as they are either short tournaments or one-off carnivals.  Please note that some representative options such as CBSQ Basketball, Senior Schools Cup Volleyball, Vicki Wilson Netball and Sunshine Coast Secondary Indoor Netball are not included in this list as students will be invited from inside current competitive sport groups.

Representative Options in Term 2

  • Trish Buckley Volleyball (Yr 7-9 Boys and Girls)

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.

Competitive Sport Options in Term:

  • 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 7-12 Kayaking (Friday Sport and Monday after school)

SCISSA Junior and Intermediate Soccer

Our Intermediate Boys played a great game and were in the match for a long way only going down 3-1. Our Intermediate Girls team played with great skill and determination and came away with a draw 1-1. Tana Ajax was brilliant in goals, stopping several goals. Our win of the week was the Junior Boys Team 1 who played some great football and were rewarded with a fantastic 5 to nil result.

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. Our Senior Boys Team 2 and Senior Girls Team 2 both came away with wins. A great effort by all players across these teams. The Senior Boys Team 1 and Girls Team 1 played their first home fixtures of the season against Immanuel Lutheran College. Both games were incredibly close with the girls going down 33-31 in the first set. There will be no Trish Buckley games this Friday night so all Senior teams will enjoy some rest before Round 5’s games next week.

Trish Buckley (Senior Volleyball)

Trish Buckley Volleyball Round 2 on Friday 23rd February (Week5) saw our teams play well as a team which bought more competition to the games. The Year 12 Girls got a good first win against St Andrews and went down in a tight match against Burnside SHS. It was very similar result with our Year 11 Girls who vastly improved their performance from last week. Our Year 12 Boys team competed with strength and determination against a polished Noosa SHS. We congratulate all teams on the huge amount of effort displayed this week.

Monday Night Netball

Monday Night Netball competition continued with some close games results. PLC Garnet, Emerald, Ruby, and Jade continued their winning streak, while Amber, Crystal, Topaz, and Pearl came up against some tougher opponents. We welcome Ashleigh Ervin to the College. Ashleigh is a current Sunshine Coast Lightening player who is coaching PLC Sapphire. Their first match was extremely fast paced, and the result could have gone either way. We wish these girls the best for their next week match ups.


With the PLC 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

Mr Liam Jacka, Acting Head of Sport

Junior Sport

Primary Independent District Swimming Carnival

Last Thursday Pacific swimmers from Years 3 – 6 represented the College at the annual Independent Primary District Swimming Carnival held out at Sunshine Coast Grammar. Students from 11 Independent schools competed at the carnival with some fantastic results recorded from Pacific students during the day.

Pacific finished in 5th place out of the 11 schools in competition. Students performed well and displayed great teamwork, swimming additional races to fill in where students were absent.

Congratulations to the following students who finished in the top three of their events.

Congratulations to Leah van den Hurk who won the 9 years Girls Age Champion and Kyle Huxley who won the 11 years Boys Age Champion. Both students recorded a number of wins in various events at the carnival.

Lastly well done the following Pacific students who have now been selected in the Independent District Team to compete at the upcoming Sunshine Coast Regional Swimming Carnival –

  • Lily Costa
  • Kyle Huxley
  • Hudson Smith
  • Will Wassman

Student Success

Well done to Bailee Kiernan who this week was selected in the 12 years girls Sunshine Coast Basketball team to play at the Queensland State Championships.

District Sport Trial Upcoming Dates

There are a number of Independent District sporting trials coming up during Term 1. Below is the list of sports and the cut off dates. If your child has a suitable level of skill and experience in one of these sports and would like to trial, please email to register their interest.

Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Junior Sport P-6

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

All teams have commenced training for this season and the girls are all looking awesome!! We have been making changes to the teams over the past couple of weeks and are now confident that we have a great combination within each team. Thank you to all parents and players for your understanding and support during this process. Please contact your coach or Netball President with any queries or concerns with your team arrangements.

The first grading games on 9 March is not too far away now. Exact game times have yet to be released but will be communicated once available. Please let your coach or manager know if you will not be available to play.

Parents, supporters, and caregivers play an essential part in positively encouraging and supporting children’s participation in their chosen sport. Some ideas on how to positively support their children include:

  • Support your child enthusiastically.
  • Encourage your child without expecting perfection.
  • Be a good role model – to young people and other parents.
  • Promote fair play.
  • Acknowledge the efforts of all the young people.
  • Encourage your child to play by the rules.
  • Support the coaches and officials (particularly young officials)
  • Share challenges or criticisms (of officials, coaches, or players) in a constructive way.
  • Encourage other spectators to be positive.
  • Challenge or report poor side-line behaviour.
  • Allow the coaches to coach.
  • Support and respect your child’s ambitions in sport.
  • Remember that this is your child’s sporting experience – not yours
  • Celebrate and support your child as a whole person who needs a range of experiences both inside and outside sport.

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!!

Kind regards

Your PLC Netball Club Committee

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

Soccer Starts Saturday!

The soccer season is starting this Saturday with the U6-U10 Rooball Carnivals, while the competitive U11-U14 teams have grading games and U16/17 start Round 1. Pacific will be hosting U7-U10, while Siena will have U6 teams. Our U9 Angelfish will be playing at Currimundi, and the U10 Swordfish will be playing at Unity.

Draws can be found on the SCCSA website -

Since last week, we’ve had additional volunteers offer to coach and manage our 191 players in 16 teams -

  • U6 Dolphins – Tyron and Rachel Davis, Jenna du Preez, Dave Green and Ben Hoch
  • U6 Orcas - Ryan and Jess Doodson, EJ Marsden and Sally John
  • 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, Henry Friend (Sat Coach still needed)
  • U9 Snappers – Dean Butt and Maks Maksan
  • U9 Stingrays – Darren Hooper, Kate Weller and Sarah Baker
  • U9 Angelfish – Kyle Robson, Chris and 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 and Amanda Dee
  • U16/17 – Sheldon Boland, Rod McGregor and Jarrod Clarke

Rooball Carnival at Pacific this Saturday

If you're available to help set up at the College from 7:30 am, please meet us at the soccer canteen for job allocation. We'll say THANK YOU with a FREE breakfast afterwards. It's essential to set up the fields before play can start, so your contribution is crucial.

If you'd like to pitch in and enhance the experience for the season kick-off, you can volunteer in the canteen.

Please note that a heatwave is expected, so don't forget to bring shade, hats, and water!

See you at the games!

Contact: The Registrar
Facebook: Pacific Soccer FC 

Mrs Rita Williams, Pacific FC President

Upcoming Dates


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