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Boat Shed Dinner

Last week, our Year 12 Hospitality students took over the reins at popular Cotton Tree restaurant, The Boat Shed. The annual event was a sell-out with nearly 100 patrons dining over the course of the...
Secondary College

Brainy Breakfasts - How breakfast can improve performance

Breakfast Science ‘Breakfast’ means just that: breaking the overnight fast. Eating breakfast restocks the energy stores that have been depleted overnight and fuels your body for the day. Going to...
From the Head of Learning K-5

Netball Grand Finals

Congratulations to the PLC 2 netball team (coached by Ms Melissa Pietrala), who won their semi-final match this week to proceed through to the Sunshine Coast Schools Netball Grand Final! The girls...
Secondary Sport

Year 9 Altitude Day

On Tuesday, the Year 9 leaders attended Altitude Day. The day was a positive education experience for Middle College leaders across the Sunshine Coast. Altitude Day aims to nurture and empower young...
From the Director of Students

Prep Bible Presentation Service

On Sunday 22 nd May, St Mark’s Lutheran Church held a wonderful service to present Bibles to Pacific’s Prep classes. The Prep children eagerly received their ‘Lion First Bible’ from Dr Bronwyn...
Junior College

2016 Mayor's Technology Challenge Final

Last Thursday evening, the 2016 Mayor’s Technology Final was held at Spark’s Bureau in Maroochydore. There were eight Sunshine Coast schools in the competition and most teams comprised of Year 12...
Secondary College

Pacific Lutheran Alumni

Are you a past student of Pacific Lutheran College? We are interested in hearing from and connecting with past students of Pacific Lutheran College for our upcoming Compass Review magazine. If you...
From the Head of Senior Students

Year 3 Confidently Tackle NAPLAN

Last week, our Year 3 students undertook their first national testing with NAPLAN assessments in reading, language conventions, writing and numeracy. With stripped bare classrooms and re-arranged...
Junior College

Tips to move your child from Worrier to Warrior

Normalise rather than lionise their anxiety; Worry about the things worth worrying about; and Give them the tools to relax. For more information, visit:
Food for Thought

Breathe and Act

Instead of threatening, bribing or trying to strike a deal with your child, breathe first and then act. It helps to develop some good discipline habits so that when we do become stressed or tired...
Food for Thought