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9 hours ago

NCC EQUESTRIAN TEAM | Maddison G (Year 6) competed at QSEC on the weekend, achieving 3rd and 4th place against tough competition. Maddison had both primary and secondary students competing in her class.

Indigo E (Year 6) did a fantastic job at the 2024 Interschool Queensland Regional Championships鈥擟apricornia, winning 2nd place overall in the Primary 70cm.

Georgie Ray P (Year 6) and Madison H (Year 10) competed at the 2024 Somerville House IQ Show Jumping Event. Madison achieved her last state qualifier for 2024 in the Secondary 80cm, while Georgie finished the day in first place, getting Champion Overall for the Primary 90cm.

Congratulations to all the 撸大师app College Equestrian team riders.
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NCC EQUESTRIAN TEAM | Maddison G (Year 6) competed at QSEC on the weekend, achieving 3rd and 4th place against tough competition. Maddison had both primary and secondary students competing in her class. 
 
Indigo E (Year 6) did a fantastic job at the 2024 Interschool Queensland Regional Championships鈥擟apricornia, winning 2nd place overall in the Primary 70cm. 
 
Georgie Ray P (Year 6) and Madison H (Year 10) competed at the 2024 Somerville House IQ Show Jumping Event. Madison achieved her last state qualifier for 2024 in the Secondary 80cm, while Georgie finished the day in first place, getting Champion Overall for the Primary 90cm. 

Congratulations to all the 撸大师app College Equestrian team riders.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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10 hours ago

NCC ANZAC DAY SERVICE | *TOMORROW*

Parents and guardians are cordially invited by Mr Geoff van der Vliet, Executive Principal, to join us for a College ANZAC Day Service.

Wednesday 24 April 2024
09:50am
NCC Health & Fitness Stadium
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NCC ANZAC DAY SERVICE | *TOMORROW* 

Parents and guardians are cordially invited by Mr Geoff van der Vliet, Executive Principal, to join us for a College ANZAC Day Service.

Wednesday 24 April 2024
09:50am
NCC Health & Fitness Stadium

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1 day ago

YEAR 9 FAST FASHION PARADE | In Term 1, the Year 9 Humanities classes focused on the 鈥楪eographies of Interconnections鈥, where they examined the myriad ways human activities impact the world around us. Students specifically examined tourism, technology, transport and fast fashion. As a culminating activity, the students in 9E developed their own fast-fashion outlet to repurpose a bag of clothing into new outfits. The results were outstanding, and the catwalk models showed that Mr Power鈥檚 boardshorts could live a new life as bags, hats or a variety of dresses/robes/desert-dune wear. It was great to see the creativity and enthusiasm of the students on display!

- Mrs Alana Gread-Power
(Meliora Cogita Coordinator,
Head of House 鈥 Judah)
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YEAR 9 FAST FASHION PARADE | In Term 1, the Year 9 Humanities classes focused on the 鈥楪eographies of Interconnections鈥, where they examined the myriad ways human activities impact the world around us. Students specifically examined tourism, technology, transport and fast fashion. As a culminating activity, the students in 9E developed their own fast-fashion outlet to repurpose a bag of clothing into new outfits. The results were outstanding, and the catwalk models showed that Mr Power鈥檚 boardshorts could live a new life as bags, hats or a variety of dresses/robes/desert-dune wear. It was great to see the creativity and enthusiasm of the students on display!

- Mrs Alana Gread-Power 
(Meliora Cogita Coordinator,
Head of House 鈥 Judah)Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

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1 day ago

Our Junior boys Soccer team played in an outstanding grand final for SCISSA Football last week, against a tough St Andrews side. All students should be very proud of their dedication and sportsmanship during the season, going through undefeated, but unfortunately going down 2-0 in the final minutes of the game. A special mention to Mr Van Cam who coached the team this season!! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Junior boys Soccer team played in an outstanding grand final for SCISSA Football last week, against a tough St Andrews side. All students should be very proud of their dedication and sportsmanship during the season, going through undefeated, but unfortunately going down 2-0 in the final minutes of the game. A special mention to Mr Van Cam who coached the team this season!!

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1 day ago

ANZAC DAY MARCH | On Thursday 25 April, 撸大师app College will participate in the Nambour Anzac Day March. Traditionally, we have a very strong attendance at this important event, and we encourage students and families to join us in memory of our servicemen and women.

25 April 2024
08.30am for an 08.55am start
Assembly point: Howard Street, Nambour. (In the carpark across from Chemist Warehouse)
Students are to wear full Formal Uniform

An email has been sent out with more details.
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ANZAC DAY MARCH | On Thursday 25 April, 撸大师app College will participate in the Nambour Anzac Day March. Traditionally, we have a very strong attendance at this important event, and we encourage students and families to join us in memory of our servicemen and women.
 
25 April 2024
08.30am for an 08.55am start
Assembly point: Howard Street, Nambour. (In the carpark across from Chemist Warehouse)
Students are to wear full Formal Uniform

An email has been sent out with more details.

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2 days ago

NCC SWIMMERS | Give your child a head start with NCC Swimmers! From six-month-old beginners to advanced squad swimmers, our classes are tailored for all ages. Swimming is a vital life skill, and we're here to help your child build confidence in the water. Explore our classes today and give them the advantage they deserve! 馃挦

Over at NCC Swimmers, we turn learning to swim into a fun adventure for your little ones! Through songs, play, and repetition, we focus on building water confidence, safety skills, and advanced movement in the water. Join us and make a splash today! 馃挦 Visit our website for more details.

Contact us
Opening hours: Mon 鈥 Fri 8.30am 鈥 5.30pm
Phone: (07) 5451 3340
Email: info@nccearlyswimmers.com.au
Website:
34 McKenzie Rd, Woombye QLD 4559
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NCC SWIMMERS | Give your child a head start with NCC Swimmers! From six-month-old beginners to advanced squad swimmers, our classes are tailored for all ages. Swimming is a vital life skill, and were here to help your child build confidence in the water. Explore our classes today and give them the advantage they deserve! 馃挦

Over at NCC Swimmers, we turn learning to swim into a fun adventure for your little ones! Through songs, play, and repetition, we focus on building water confidence, safety skills, and advanced movement in the water. Join us and make a splash today! 馃挦 Visit our website for more details.

Contact us
Opening hours: Mon 鈥 Fri 8.30am 鈥 5.30pm
Phone: (07) 5451 3340
Email: info@nccearlyswimmers.com.au
Website: https://nccswimmers.com.au/
34 McKenzie Rd, Woombye QLD 4559Image attachment

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4 days ago

SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS |

Lachie H (Year 5), Holly H (Year 5) and Abigail H (Year 10) participated in the Hobart Marathon events on Sunday 7 April. Lachie placed 1st in the U14's and 4th overall in the 5km. He also won the 2km event. Holly was the 2nd girl to cross the line in the 2km, and Abigail enjoyed the 2km run. Lachie also competed in the State Little Athletics Championships in March. He placed 5th in the 1500m, 6th in the 800m and 11th in the 400m. Let's celebrate their achievements.

Jessica C-P (Year 6) competed at the State Little Athletics Championships in Brisbane last month, placing 8th in the 200m. She also competed in the State Relay championships, running the 200m leg of the medley relay, with her team placing 2nd. Well done, Jessica. What a great month of athletics competition!

Heidi S (Year 9) attended the QAS youfor32 development camp over the holidays.
Heidi got to experience a full day with 60 other athletes and parents. Information sessions covered nutrition, recovery and stretching. The day also included self-coaching activities, strength and ability testing and being taught 撸大师app the different pathways of support from QAS on the road to Olympic glory. Heidi gained valuable experience and was very envious of the gym facilities!
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SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS | 

Lachie H (Year 5), Holly H (Year 5) and Abigail H (Year 10) participated in the Hobart Marathon events on Sunday 7 April. Lachie placed 1st in the U14s and 4th overall in the 5km. He also won the 2km event. Holly was the 2nd girl to cross the line in the 2km, and Abigail enjoyed the 2km run. Lachie also competed in the State Little Athletics Championships in March. He placed 5th in the 1500m, 6th in the 800m and 11th in the 400m. Lets celebrate their achievements.

Jessica C-P (Year 6) competed at the State Little Athletics Championships in Brisbane last month, placing 8th in the 200m. She also competed in the State Relay championships, running the 200m leg of the medley relay, with her team placing 2nd. Well done, Jessica. What a great month of athletics competition!

Heidi S (Year 9) attended the QAS youfor32 development camp over the holidays. 
Heidi got to experience a full day with 60 other athletes and parents. Information sessions covered nutrition, recovery and stretching. The day also included self-coaching activities, strength and ability testing and being taught 撸大师app the different pathways of support from QAS on the road to Olympic glory. Heidi gained valuable experience and was very envious of the gym facilities!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Congratulations Lachie, Holly, and Abigail, Well Done!!

4 days ago

MIDDLE AND SENIOR SCHOOL - GENTS AND LADIES CONNECT WORSHIP SESSION | On the last Tuesday of Term 1, during our Spiritual Focus Week, the Ladies and Gents Connect groups from Middle and Senior School came together in the chapel to celebrate the end of the term. Moments after the bell rang, 150 students flooded the church, arriving excited for the session. You could feel the buzz and anticipation in the atmosphere as students socialised over pizza and a game of bingo.

Following this, we went into a time of worship led by a team of incredible students. Being able to worship together with our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ in a school environment was incredibly powerful and encouraging. God鈥檚 presence was highly evident in the chapel!

The combined Connect went even better than we鈥檇 hoped and prayed for and has given the Connect groups many ideas regarding what we can do throughout the year to nurture Christian fellowship and introduce students to the Lord.

We couldn鈥檛 have run the event without the logistical help of Ms Pesu and Ms Grinan-Paterson, nor the church letting us use their venue. It鈥檚 such a blessing to have teachers and opportunities available to help us run events like this and build community within NCC.

Praise the Lord for what He has done this past term. We cannot wait to see what鈥檚 in store for the future!

- Gents and Ladies Connect Leaders
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MIDDLE AND SENIOR SCHOOL - GENTS AND LADIES CONNECT WORSHIP SESSION | On the last Tuesday of Term 1, during our Spiritual Focus Week, the Ladies and Gents Connect groups from Middle and Senior School came together in the chapel to celebrate the end of the term. Moments after the bell rang, 150 students flooded the church, arriving excited for the session. You could feel the buzz and anticipation in the atmosphere as students socialised over pizza and a game of bingo.  

Following this, we went into a time of worship led by a team of incredible students. Being able to worship together with our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ in a school environment was incredibly powerful and encouraging. God鈥檚 presence was highly evident in the chapel! 

The combined Connect went even better than we鈥檇 hoped and prayed for and has given the Connect groups many ideas regarding what we can do throughout the year to nurture Christian fellowship and introduce students to the Lord.

We couldn鈥檛 have run the event without the logistical help of Ms Pesu and Ms Grinan-Paterson, nor the church letting us use their venue. It鈥檚 such a blessing to have teachers and opportunities available to help us run events like this and build community within NCC.  

Praise the Lord for what He has done this past term. We cannot wait to see what鈥檚 in store for the future! 

- Gents and Ladies Connect LeadersImage attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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Wow so great to see, Praise the Lord 馃檶馃徎

This is great, anything similar for the juniors?

Love this 鉂わ笍馃檹

Brilliant idea 馃檪馃檹

Wonderful to see!

Awesome!

Wonderful ♥锔

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5 days ago

PREP EASTER CELEBRATIONS 2024 | Last term, our NCC community came together for a heart-warming Easter play and hat parade tailored specifically for our lovely Prep students. The event was a delightful blend of creativity, laughter, and the timeless message of hope and renewal.
The Easter play, beautifully performed by our young, talented students, retold the story of Jesus' resurrection in a way that captivated both children and adults. Their heartfelt performance brought the message of faith and love to life in a truly memorable way.

Following the play, our Prep students showcased their creativity and imagination in a charming hat parade. From bunny ears to flower crowns, each child proudly displayed their handmade Easter hats, bringing an extra dose of joy and cheer to the event.

Despite the rain, it was a special occasion filled with smiles, laughter, and the spirit of Easter. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the participants, parents and staff who made this event a resounding success. Here's to many more joyous celebrations in the future!
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PREP EASTER CELEBRATIONS 2024 | Last term, our NCC community came together for a heart-warming Easter play and hat parade tailored specifically for our lovely Prep students. The event was a delightful blend of creativity, laughter, and the timeless message of hope and renewal.
The Easter play, beautifully performed by our young, talented students, retold the story of Jesus resurrection in a way that captivated both children and adults. Their heartfelt performance brought the message of faith and love to life in a truly memorable way.

Following the play, our Prep students showcased their creativity and imagination in a charming hat parade. From bunny ears to flower crowns, each child proudly displayed their handmade Easter hats, bringing an extra dose of joy and cheer to the event.

Despite the rain, it was a special occasion filled with smiles, laughter, and the spirit of Easter. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the participants, parents and staff who made this event a resounding success. Heres to many more joyous celebrations in the future!Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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6 days ago

NCC ANZAC DAY SERVICE | Parents and guardians are cordially invited by Mr Geoff van der Vliet, Executive Principal, to join us for a College ANZAC Day Service.
Wednesday 24 April 2024
09:50am
NCC Health & Fitness Stadium
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NCC ANZAC DAY SERVICE | Parents and guardians are cordially invited by Mr Geoff van der Vliet, Executive Principal, to join us for a College ANZAC Day Service.
Wednesday 24 April 2024
09:50am
NCC Health & Fitness Stadium

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7 days ago

All the best to our Junior boys as they take on St Andrews in the SCISSA Soccer Grand Final this afternoon at 4pm at Matthew Flinders. Get along and show your support!! GO KNIGHTS!! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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