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REMINDER JUNIOR SCHOOL MEET THE TEACHERS AFTERNOON | Wednesday 8 February 2023, 3:00-5:00pm. We invite you to attend this event.
Parents will have the opportunity to visit their child's classroom, learn about our specialist areas and receive key information to begin the school year.

Child friendly event | Light refreshments provided
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REMINDER JUNIOR SCHOOL MEET THE TEACHERS AFTERNOON | Wednesday 8 February 2023, 3:00-5:00pm. We invite you to attend this event. 
Parents will have the opportunity to visit their childs classroom, learn about our specialist areas and receive key information to begin the school year.

Child friendly event | Light refreshments provided

FIRST ASSEMBLY 2023 | Yesterday we had the special privilege of gathering our whole College student and staff community together at our first assembly of the year. We welcomed new students and staff members and were encouraged and inspired by the achievement of our special guests, our top academic graduates of 2022. As always one of the most joyful moments in this first assembly of the year is watching the Year 1 students present the Year 12 cohort with their senior badges. We encourage our Year 12 students to wear this badge with honourable pride and humility. Leading the way in wisdom and in truth. To more memorable moments, 2023 we are ready! ... See MoreSee Less

FIRST ASSEMBLY 2023 | Yesterday we had the special privilege of gathering our whole College student and staff community together at our first assembly of the year. We welcomed new students and staff members and were encouraged and inspired by the achievement of our special guests, our top academic graduates of 2022. As always one of the most joyful moments in this first assembly of the year is watching the Year 1 students present the Year 12 cohort with their senior badges. We encourage our Year 12 students to wear this badge with honourable pride and humility. Leading the way in wisdom and in truth. To more memorable moments, 2023 we are ready!Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

CHARACTER BUILDERS YEAR 6 | Last week, our Year 6 students had the wonderful opportunity to engage in leadership activities with “Character Builders”. 100 students attempted to build one continuous line with 2000 dominos - which required great teamwork, collaboration and encouragement of others. They also practised the art of effectively communicating, listening and responding through a wide range of dynamic games. In our final session, the students learnt how to encourage others using a strategy called “The Big Up”. We are looking forward to continuing building upon these skills in the coming weeks and months. Well done Year 6's! ... See MoreSee Less

CHARACTER BUILDERS YEAR 6 | Last week, our Year 6 students had the wonderful opportunity to engage in leadership activities with “Character Builders”. 100 students attempted to build one continuous line with 2000 dominos - which required great teamwork, collaboration and encouragement of others. They also practised the art of effectively communicating, listening and responding through a wide range of dynamic games. In our final session, the students learnt how to encourage others using a strategy called “The Big Up”. We are looking forward to continuing building upon these skills in the coming weeks and months. Well done Year 6s!Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

YEAR 7 MEET THE TEACHER NIGHT | We invite you to attend an informal evening where you can meet your child's teachers, other NCC families and the pastoral care staff in the Middle School. The evening begins with a light dinner at the Whipbird, followed by teacher presentations in classrooms. You will need to know your child's core class. ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 7 MEET THE TEACHER NIGHT | We invite you to attend an informal evening where you can meet your childs teachers, other NCC families and the pastoral care staff in the Middle School. The evening begins with a light dinner at the Whipbird, followed by teacher presentations in classrooms. You will need to know your childs core class.

COLLEGE CAPTAINS 2023 | We are excited to introduce our College Captains for 2023, Henry Lyle and Evie Tumes. May you be filled with wisdom, encouragement and joy as you serve the College and the community.

“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9
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Oh wow Suze! You must be so proud 🥹 what a lovely young man. Go Henry! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Good choice by the school, well done Henry. 🚌😁

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COLLEGE CAPTAINS 2023 | We are excited to introduce our College Captains for 2023, Henry Lyle and Evie Tumes. May you be filled with wisdom, encouragement and joy as you serve the College and the community.
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9
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SATURDAY NETBALL CLUB | We are looking for new and existing players to join us for the 2023 season. ... See MoreSee Less

SATURDAY NETBALL CLUB | We are looking for new and existing players to join us for the 2023 season.

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Debbie would G give it another go?

SOCCER | REMINDER: Junior/Int soccer training starts Tuesday, 31 January at 3:15pm. All students are to attend the stadium foyer for roll marking. ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 11 RURAL OPERATIONS | Wednesday of the first week back and these Year 11 Rural Operations students braved the high humidity and heat in the middle of the day to do some cattle work! These cattle weren't used to students and they were a bit "elevated" so we had opportunity to use the "low stress cattle handling" techniques we had discussed and see them work in practice! ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 11 RURAL OPERATIONS | Wednesday of the first week back and these Year 11 Rural Operations students braved the high humidity and heat in the middle of the day to do some cattle work! These cattle werent used to students and they were a bit elevated so we had opportunity to use the low stress cattle handling techniques we had discussed and see them work in practice!Image attachmentImage attachment
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