Compass No 725 - June 2024

From the Principal

Empathy Open Hearts to Compassion

Having the ability to be empathetic opens our hearts to compassion. We live richer lives when we are able to be outward looking and recognise and respond to the strengths and needs in others around us. Our brains and the world light up as we extend kindness to people. When we have empathy, we and the world slow down. There is space and time to make a difference. When we have compassion, we walk with and look for ways to share hope and possibility. In doing so, we enhance our relationships, develop better perspective and resilience, improve our physical health and wellbeing, and have greater levels of happiness through strengthening our sense of purpose. Having empathy and compassion allows us to let go of hurts and disappointments and forgive and restore relationships.

We are called to show compassion when it is least convenient and not just to those who are like us or are in our immediate circle. There are many stories in the Bible where Jesus showed compassion to individuals and to groups at times that were difficult and to people considered in His time to be outcasts or undesirable. We can think of where Jesus had gone off to be by himself and found himself being followed by thousands. Instead of sending them away to meet His need, He fed them. There is another story where an unclean woman went against the laws and customs of her day and touched Jesus as He walked. Rather than following the custom of His day and admonishing her and sending her away, He blessed and healed her.  As Jesus was dying on the cross, one of the thieves asked for forgiveness. There are a multitude of very human responses Jesus could have made, but instead He not only forgave the thief but promised him that he would be with Him in paradise.  Within these stories there is clear modelling of how Jesus would like us to respond with love and compassion towards our neighbour. The great news is that Jesus will always respond with compassion to us, even at our worst and when we feel the least important. Our response is to take up the challenge to be counter cultural and extend the same compassion to those we encounter.

Principal’s Log

In the rush of life, we can find ourselves being caught up in the pressure to have more, being seen to be more and focusing on only valuing success and what we gain. In doing so we can lose sight of the growth and joy that comes through contributing to community and learning and living through both success and disappointment. Learning how to contribute to community through supporting the growth of others, celebrating successes together, showing compassion and growing through disappointment and challenge is the key to growing strongly as community and as individuals.

We congratulate Luca Buttrose whose work received the “Honorable Mention” award in the Speculative Futures Digital Arts Student Competition and Exhibition for 2024. This international competition co-sponsored by the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA 2024) and the ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Committee attracted 96 entries from 16 different countries. Luca combined his interests across digital technology, science and art to produce a piece which explored the relationship of man with nature.  He applied scientific techniques to examine cells at a microscopic level, digitally distorted them prompting the viewer to consider the relationship between the natural and the artificial as human beings manipulate nature to serve our needs. This was an outstanding achievement for Luca in an extremely competitive competition. We would encourage families to view the digital copy of the work through the QR code provided.

Young people across the College have been involved in the challenge of assessment and will receive feedback over the coming days. It is important to focus on what has been learnt and what can be learnt as well as the result. The ability to reflect and recognise, this is where I am, this is what I can do and this is what I need to do to grow to the next level is a key factor to becoming an effective learner and is also an important capability for living well in our vocation and personally. Effective use of feedback is one of John Hattie’s top 10 influences on student achievement.  Families are encouraged to engage in conversation around feedback over the coming fortnight as it is provided digitally. Young people are encouraged to celebrate what has been learnt, to reflect on where they are in their learning and to set goals for growth.

Over this past week it has been a pleasure to watch the PLC Crystal netball team play in their Grand Final and the U15 Rugby Boys play in their semi final. Both teams acquitted themselves well and played tenaciously, with good spirit and sportsmanship right to the end of their games. Both these teams and the U13 Rugby Boys who played their semi final with the same spirit, tenacity and sportsmanship can be proud of their growth over the season and their achievements this year. We congratulate the PLC Garnet team who were awarded the premiership after a forfeit from their opposition. It has been good to see our rugby and netball teams continue to grow this year and we thank Head of Netball, Mrs Michelle Dufty and Head of Rugby, Mr Josh Cummins for their leadership and commitment to the growth of our players and the program in both sports. As the season ends we congratulate all of our netball and rugby players on their growth. We thank netball coaches Mrs Emma Lendrum, Ms Sophia Rule, Ms Taylor Edwards, Ash Ervine, Emma Frohmuller and Kiana Muir and rugby coaches Mr Josh Cummins, Jack Packer, and Mr Rob Belchamber for their capable leadership of our teams. Thank you to our parents who provide strong support to these teams. Your presence and support is greatly appreciated.

We congratulate our athletes who performed well as they represented the College at the recent Independent District Carnivals with the Year 7-12 team coming 5th and the Year 4-6 team 6th. We thank our students for their commitment at a very busy time of year and wish all the best to those who now progress to represent the Independent District at the regional carnival.

We wish Head of Learning Middle College, Mrs Jo Belchamber all the best as she takes leave for the remainder of this term and the first three weeks of next term. Inquiries should be directed to the Head of Students Middle College Mr Brett Kersnovske for the last two weeks of this term. Mrs Michiko Hauser will take on the role of Acting Head of Learning Middle College for the first three weeks of Term 3.

As we journey through each day we pray that God will equip us to honestly appraise our current situation, to be grateful and celebrate what we have and are, to learn through success and mistake making and to step forward confidently with care and compassion to bring light and hope into our families and the broader community.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal

From the College Chaplain

Christ-like Compassion

One of the College’s major fundraising events each year, is the Red Shield Appeal, where families have the opportunity to donate non-perishable items that go to the local Salvation Army. This year, thanks to the generosity of the whole community, we were able to provide a truck-load of items to be used for those who are in most need throughout the year. Each time of year this comes around, I am reminded of the story of Jesus feeding a large crowd with just a few loaves and fishes, in Matthew 15:32-35. But not in the way that we are multiplying food like Jesus miraculously did, but because of the compassion Jesus demonstrated to the crowd, by understanding their situation.

This is a bible story that I’ve known since a young child and have always taken it for granted. However, when we look at it closely, we can take from it a lot more than it just being a story of something great that happened. It reveals to us what it takes for us to be compassionate to others.

First of all, compassion starts with noticing the needs around us. How many times do you think you’ve walked past someone who is in need, without even noticing them? We don’t know – because often we are not even looking for it. However, there are times too where I have been trying to look out for others but have been too selfish and pre-occupied with my own life, to notice, even when they are right in front of me. Christ-like compassion is simple. Care for those around you! It could be a fellow student who is struggling with schoolwork or friendships; someone who is feeling isolated; or someone (a parent or child) who is new to the school and nervous for their first day. These basic examples are things that we can each do every single day. One of the best things about Pacific is that we really do take caring for each other seriously, and I see that out in the school yard at break times, in the classroom during lessons and especially at big events like Middle College orientation days and Open Days.

Secondly; compassion is more than just a feeling. We “feel” sorry for others. We “feel” bad about certain things that might happen in our world, but unless we take steps to do something about it, it is just that. A feeling.

Compassion is about taking action to help others. Even when it’s not convenient for us, just like Jesus did when He understood the needs of those who had followed Him and listened to Him for three days. They were hungry! Jesus understood that and took steps to feed them. He gave them bread. Have you ever heard the term “to break bread with someone”? It means to get to know someone else on a personal level. Jesus literally broke bread with His disciples and the crowd of people following Him – and He wants to do that with you too.

And finally, Jesus shows us that compassion to others involves using what we have. God calls us all to be loving and compassionate people. We don’t need to be powerful, rich or influential to make a difference in another person’s life. We just need to have a heart for all and trust in God. The disciples were just ordinary people. They didn’t know how they were going to get food to feed all those people. They trusted in God and used whatever they had in order to do so. One of the most prominent examples of human compassion would be Mother Teresa. Mother Teresa dedicated her life to helping the poorest of the poor. You don’t need to be able to save a person’s life or even need to be a Mother Teresa to help others. We each have our own gifts and abilities, and God wants us to use those for others, no matter how big or small.

Compassion is about seeing the needs around us and being convicted enough to take action. And that’s all that God desires from us. So, whether you are donating to the Red Shield Appeal, helping a friend out with homework or forgiving someone who has wronged you, we can all show compassion and care for others, just like Christ did for us.

Mr Mark Hauser, College Chaplain

From the Head of Learning K-5

Reporting in Prep to Year 5

School reports can be very valuable for parents, a proud moment to highlight your child’s recent progress achievements! They can also be used as a reflection tool to see if teachers’ predictions and comments were achieved. The main purpose of a school report is to keep you updated about your child’s progress and to keep lines of communication open between home and school.

When you read your child’s school report ask yourself these questions to help you identify and understand what they are doing well.

•    Where are my child’s strengths?

•    What areas were standouts?

•     Where can we celebrate?

Where to next?

•   Do we need more time at home for work to get done?

•   Do we need to incentivise learning?

•   Is the help for our child working?

•    Do we need more or different help?

•    Do we know why our child is struggling to learn?

Spending time to read the school report with your child allows them to see firsthand what they are doing right and what they can improve on.  It helps them to develop a sense of what the expectations are and how they can meet them.

Reports aside, the end of a semester is a celebration- whether it is the halfway point or the end of the year, make sure to celebrate the achievements of your child and help them to be ready for a positive start to the semester ahead.

Mrs Sue Zweck, Head of Learning K-5

Food for Thought

The Resilience Project – Practising Empathy and Kindness

This next presentation from The Resilience Project is all about Empathy and Kindness.

Empathy is our ability to put ourselves in the shoes of others to feel and see what they do. We practice this through being kind and compassionate towards other people.

Brain imaging data shows that being kind to others registers in the brain as more like eating chocolate than like fulfilling an obligation to do what’s right (e.g., eating brussel sprouts)!

Research shows that practicing empathy, through as performing acts of kindness, taps into our brain’s ‘mirror neurons’, builds compassion and our behaviour becomes more social and community-based.

View Part 3 of the series here:

Part 3 – Empathy-

Here’s an activity to practise empathy and kindness:

1.  Reflect on someone in your life who could benefit from an act of kindness today. It could be a friend who would love some affirmation about their work, your pet who deserves an extra treat, or a family member who would love a phone call or text message.

2.   Make a plan for who you are going to give an act of kindness to, and what you are going to do.

3.   If you want to add accountability to your plan, share it with someone else and encourage them to do the same thing.

4.   Follow up with each other in a few days time, to ask how it went!

Sources: Psychology Today, UC Berkeley, Greater Good Science

For mental health resources and support information, visit The Resilience Project’s Support Page.

Mr Brendan Macaulay, Head of Student Support

College News


Ensembles Concert - 19 June 2024

Our 2024 Ensembles concert is fast approaching. With over 300 PLC Music students ready to captivate you with their talents we invite you to book seats and to order a cheese box click here or scan the QR code below. Please note cheese boxes are pre-order only, and orders will close at 3:00 pm, Wednesday, 12th June.

Doors to the Gymnasium will open at 5:30 pm, with performances commencing at 6:00 pm. The incredible hospitality team will be serving some delicious dinner options (poke bowls & hotdogs, snacks, and drinks) also available from 5:30 pm.

Seats are booking fast!

Tutor Concerts

On Tuesday and Thursday of last week, many of our instrumental students performed a piece of music they had been working on during their music lessons. This was a fantastic opportunity to show what they have been working on and also experience what it is like to perform individually in front of a live audience which can be nerve-wracking!

We congratulate these students for such a tremendous effort, and a big thank you to the PLC music tutors who assisted on the evening and helped to prepare the students.

State Honours Ensemble Programme (SHEP)

Last weekend, we had 10 students represent PLC in Brisbane at the State Honors Ensemble Programme. This was an intense weekend of rehearsals culminating in a finale concert. Some of the students had never have played in such large ensembles before with professional conductors. It was a real treat for the performers and the audience to finish the weekend by performing in the iconic theatre at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Congratulations go out to, Kimika C, Elena S, Erin L, Ava G, Mia M, Sabine M, Shauntel P, Flynn W, Lillian W, Sophie S.

Mrs Helen Williams, Head of Instrumental Music

Uniform Shop

Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop stocks all the College’s Winter Uniform requirements. As the weather cools extra demands for winter uniform items can increase, please see the College Uniform Guide here for more information.

If you have any questions regarding the Winter Uniform requirements, please contact Peta King at the Uniform Shop via the number below.

The Uniform Shop 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 are completed Monday - Thursday and delivered to the students’ classrooms in the Foundation and Junior College and to the PCG pigeonholes in the Wellbeing Centre for Middle and Senior College students. Please ensure ordered uniforms are collected promptly to ensure that they do not go missing.

Secondhand Uniforms

To Sell

Current Uniforms will be accepted, except for; sports uniforms (polo and shorts), socks, swimwear, and shoes. Blazers are accepted with a current dry-cleaning receipt attached. Clothes must be freshly laundered, in good condition and free of pet hair.

Items will not be accepted if they are faded, or have; thin fabric, visible repairs, stains (including underarm sweat stains), worn patches and fraying hems/sleeves, broken zippers/buttons, and rips or tears. Uniforms that are not accepted may be discarded at the discretion of the Uniform Shop.

Please label items, place in zip lock bags and deliver to the Uniform Shop when open. Payment details: The Uniform Shop will provide payment via your school fee statement at the end of each term when items have been sold. A 50% fee of the sale price of each item will apply to cover school administration costs.

To Buy

Prices and stock vary on condition and on what items are available. Please make an appointment to come in and view secondhand items.

Mrs Peta King, Uniform Convenor

Friends of Pacific

Connecting College and Community

Calling for Volunteers for our Trivia Night

Battle of the Bands  - Friday 16th August – this will be a great night filled with laughter and friendship for music lovers. Ticket sales will be available mid June –there are limited tables so you will need to be quick!!

Like our FB page Pacific Facebook page for regular updates for this great night.


Haven’t completed your Volunteering Training at Pacific yet and want to help us in our upcoming event!!!! Don’t worry it is quick and easy. The Volunteer Handbook is accessible via the parent portal in Nav - Nav Community Links

Any questions please feel free to contact the Committee –


Coffee & Chat – Volunteers Thank You - Coffee is On Us!!!!

Come and say ‘Hi’ and find out about Friends of Pacific.

Hosting events is only possible thanks to the efforts of those in our College community who give so generously of their time.

We would like to say ‘Thank you’ to our volunteers with a FREE COFFEE at the Coral Café

Date: Friday 7th June

Time : 7:45 am - 8:15 am





Attention Prep to Year 2 Parents  -

Imagine Your Own Car Space in Term 3 in the P-2 Car Park ....

no more queuing or having to arrive early!!!!


Our Friends of Pacific Car Park Raffle is open - You could be parking in the much sought-after Friends of Pacific Junior Car Park space at PLC for Term 3, 2024.

Purchase your $20 ticket to have a chance of winning.

The prize will be drawn at 9am Tuesday 18th June 2024. Winners will be announced on our FoP Facebook page.

Funds raised from our car park raffle will be invested back into the College community.


 Good luck!



Have you heard about 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.

Connecting College and Community

Ms Jan Watman, Friends of Pacific Chairperson

Sport News

Year 7 – 12 Sport

Senior District Athletics

Last week our Senior PLC Athletics team returned back to the USC Athletics Track (after only completing the Inter-House Carnival the week before) to compete in the 13-19yrs District Athletics Carnival. I was once again greatly impressed by the commitment shown by our student athletes as many performed to a high level in their events, and also stepped up to fill in for other missing students.

The team should be pleased with their 5th place finish in the overall championship point tally and the breakdown showed that we were in the top 5 schools in the majority of age groups.

Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding achievements in the Age Champion Rankings:

Sierra Anderson: 16 Girls Age Champion

Carter Kiernan: 15 Boys Runner Up Champion

Nicholas Currey: 3rd Place Age Champion

Competitive Netball

It has been a big season for our netballers and it was fantastic to see two of our junior teams making it to the grand final for their divisions. PLC Garnet was pumped and ready to take on their opposition but due to scheduling clashes, they had to take their win via a forfeit. It is a great achievement to make it to the grand final so the girls are well deserving of their medals. PLC Crystal had a tough fight in their Junior A Reserve final, while the game didn’t go their way, they showed great tenacity and spirit in the way in which they competed in every play.

With the sun setting on the netball season for 2024, I want to take this opportunity to thank the following coaching staff who have put countless hours into working with their teams: Mrs Emma Lendrum, Ms Sophia Rule, Ms Taylor Edwards, Ash Ervine, Emma Frohmuller and Kiana Muir. Last but note least, a big thank you needs to go to Michelle Dufty for her enormous contributions to PLC netball program in her role as Netball Coordinator. It is clear to see the growth that is happening in the sport and the College is very grateful for her vision and leadership in this space.

We look forward to seeing all our netballers hit the courts again in 2024!

Mr Cameron West-McInnes, Head of Sport

Competitive Rugby

On Wednesday night, PLC Rugby had 2 teams compete in the SCSSRU Boys Semi-finals. Our U13s competed against a very strong Sienna College side in the Division 2 competition. Although they were defeated, they are to be commended on the tremendous growth and improvement they have shown throughout the season. The U15s played an exceptional season, placing second overall in the competition – their best result to date! They competed against a strong St. Teresa’s College side and unfortunately missed out on the opportunity to compete in the Division 1 Grand Final. The boys should be proud of their strong competitiveness throughout the season and have shown strong potential to reach their goals of making the Division 1 Grand Final next season.

I’d like to thank coaches Mr Rob Belchamber (U13s) and Mr Jack Packer (U15s) for their time and efforts in growing and developing our PLC rugby culture and skill throughout the season. Opportunities for the boys have only happened because of the passion and effort both these coaches have put in to growing rugby at PLC. For that, I’d like to offer my thanks. A big thankyou to the parents for their sportsmanship and support every week. We have continued to have a strong support base throughout the season at all games that this lifts and supports the boy's performance on the field. I look forward to continuing to grow the culture and strength of rugby in the upcoming seasons and am excited by the potential all our boys have shown throughout the season.

Josh Cummins, Head of Rugby

Junior Sport

Junior Sport

Primary Independent District Athletics Carnival

On Thursday, Pacific was represented by a team of 70 enthusiastic students from Years 3 -7 at the annual Primary Independent Athletics Carnival held out at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Many students had taken up the opportunity to participate in athletics training throughout Term One and Term Two each Monday afternoon from 3:15 – 4:45pm. After working with our athletics coaches the team were looking forward to testing themselves on the day.

The level of competition was very high with PLC students recording some exceptional results throughout the day.

PLC finished in 6th place out of 11 schools at the end of the carnival. This year was one of the closest finishes in points with only thirty points separating 6th place to 4th place at the end of the day.

Whilst all PLC students tried their best on the day, I would like to recognise some outstanding individual results from the carnival. Well done to the following students who finished with top three places for their events on the day.

Well done also to the following PLC age groups who finished in the top three places in the team rankings:

PLC 10 Years Girls – 2nd place

PLC 11 Years Girls – 3rd place

PLC 12 Years Girls – 1st place

Lastly congratulations to the following students who have been selected in the Independent District Athletics Team to compete at the Sunshine Coast Regional Athletics Carnival in August:

Emily Groll – 12 Girls 100m Sprint & 12 Girls 200m Sprint

Bailee Kiernan – 12 Girls Shot Put

Edith Secher-Jorgensen – 10 Girls High Jump

Georgia Morgensen – 10 Girls Shot Put

Isla Rehbock – 11 Girls High Jump

Flynn Chapman – 10 Boys Shot Put

Marcel Patullo – 12 Boys Discus

Gemma Bryce – 12 Girls High Jump

Sophie Weber – 11 Girls Discus & 11 Girls Shot Put

Emma Duddridge – 11 Girls Discus & 11 Girls Shot Put

Ashlan Hill – 12 Girls Discus

Bailey McCormack – 11 Boys High Jump

Scarlett van den Hurk – 12 Girls 800m

Regional Cross Country

On Tuesday Scarlett van den Hurk and Kyle Huxley attended the Sunshine Coast Regional Cross Country Carnival after qualifying to represent the Independent District.

Well done to Kyle who finished in 11th place in the 11 years boys 3km race and congratulations to Scarlett who blitzed the field to win the 12 years girls 3km race.

Scarlett will now represent the Sunshine Coast at the Queensland Cross Country State Championships held in Brisbane early next term.

Prep – 2 Cross Country Carnival

The Prep – Year Two Interhouse Cross Country Carnival will be held at the end of this term on Wednesday 19th  June (Week 10). The carnival will run from 1:40 – 3:00pm and will be held over at the Meridan AFL fields which are adjacent to the College. Students will run in year levels on the day and parents / spectators are welcome to attend to support students on the day.

Students will need to wear their coloured house shirt on this day.

A more detailed parent information letter was emailed to parents this week.


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.

Run Club

Sunshine Coast Marathon 2024

Please come and join the PLC Run Club at this years’ Sunshine Coast Marathon on Sunday 11th August 2024. This is a culminating event for students who have attended Run Club, and we would love to have anyone else in our school community who are keen runners join us on the day. There are a range of distances to enter: 2km, 5km, 10km, 21.1km and 42.2km (age dependent).

When registering, join the team ‘PLC Run Club 2024’ to automatically receive a 10% discount off your entry price. Parents are more than welcome to enter as well under this team.

We will have a tent set up on the day where we can meet, and some refreshments will also be provided after your race.

It would be great to see as many of you as possible come along and celebrate a great year of running.


Kim Kiernan, Run Club Coordinator

PLC Netball Club

There are only 2 games left before the June/July school holidays which marks the middle of the netball season. Game details for round 6 this weekend:

Please contact your Team coach or Manager if someone is unable to attend training or the game, please ensure they have your correct contact details (email and mobile phone number).

We are still looking for additional players from Years 8 or 9 to join our club. If you or someone you know is keen, please reach out to the Netball President email. Registration fees will be discounted for joining later in the season.

At PLC Netball, we are all about growing future leaders through the joy of sport, teamwork, and lifelong friendship. It is about the community coming together around this great game and developing life skills and positive attitudes in our young women as they reach their formative years. As proud parents and volunteer committee members behind PLC Netball, we invite you to become a sponsor and support the ongoing success of our club and development programs. As a sponsor, we can offer a range of acknowledgement and promotion of your business or club to our club families and the extended community. If your business or employer can partner with PLC, please contact us with any queries.

Don’t forget to follow us on social media – Facebook and Instagram.

Good luck to all teams for this weekend!!

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


U7 WAHOOS - Our first win!!

What a game! The Wahoos won 6-3 against the Sienna Goannas. A well-deserved win with the entire team playing their best ever soccer. Hazel took player of the day for her game in the first half on the field and her brilliant efforts as a goalie on the 2nd half - stopping goals at critical times! Cadence got the Team Spirit Award for her consistency and persistence defending- so impressive!

Well done to Sidney, Noah W and Noah H for scoring 2 goals each!

Keep it up Wahoos!

Manager Stephanie



The team played Round 10 at Caloundra and we had a 3-3 draw. Seb scored our last goal in the final moments, just snatching a win from the mouth of defeat! I'm so proud of our team and how far they've come.

Alec was awarded Player of the Match for his epic goalie skills and playing forward for the first time.

Brody was awarded the team spirit award for growing in confidence, and also dusting himself off after an injury and continuing to play strong.

Coach Lucy



After a rough game last week, the players all demonstrated great resilience, turning up with renewed enthusiasm this week. With no subs and at one stage down a player due to injury, all Sharks players gave their all the entire game. There was non-stop running great passing work and confidence in attack. Congratulations on the well-earned win. Every player stepped up this week.

Player of the match - Henry, Team Spirit - Elijah and Goal scorers - Hunter & Ashton

Manager Lola

To read all the Match Reports – click this link

Round 11

We are back at PLC this Saturday, 8th June for Round 11. Teams on duty – Dolphins, Orcas, Angelfish, Seahorses, Sharks, Marlins and Barracudas.

-     No club games on Saturday 29th June and Saturday 6th July (School Holidays)

-     Upcoming home games – 27th July, 3rd August

-     Rooball Carnival at Pacific and Semi Finals (away) – 17th August

-     Preliminary Finals at Pacific – 24th August

The Junior Draw (U6-U16/17) for the whole season is now available on the SCCSA website. 

Team photos – this Saturday 8th June

Team and individual photos will be held in the sports gym (weights shed) next to the soccer canteen. Photos can be ordered and paid for via EFTPOS on the day with Sunshine Sports Photography. Players are to wear their jersey/goalie jersey, navy shorts, PFC navy socks, and boots Coaches and Managers - Pacific FC polo. Click here for the schedule.

Contact: The Registrar

Facebook: Pacific Soccer FC 

Mrs Rita Williams, Pacific FC President

St Mark’s Lutheran Church

Worship @ St Mark’s

Sharing a common mission and ministry with Pacific Lutheran College

“Growing in faith and sharing God’s love with others”

Weekly worship services are held at 14 Bombala Terrace Caloundra at 9.00am. We are thankful that we can meet together each week for worship. As we do this, there are still physical distancing, and hygiene requirements we need to follow to ensure the health and safety of everyone in our community.

Our worship services are intergenerational with a blend of traditional and contemporary.

You’re welcome to follow us on Facebook and visit our Church webpage.

All are welcome at any of our services.


Pastor Ray Morris, St Mark’s Lutheran Church (0429 856 532 or

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming dates


3-7      Year 10 Exams

6         Years 4 – 6 SCISSA Gala Day 2

11       Year 11 2025 QCE Information Evening

14-16  Year 12 Retreat

18       K-3 Colour Splash

18       Friends of Pacific Meeting

19       K-12 Chapel

19       P-2 Cross Country

19       Ensembles Concert

19       Term 2 Concludes