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IMPORTANT REMINDER: Netball finals now being played today at Fishermans Road. Any questions, please contact the Sport Department. ... See MoreSee Less

Students arrived safely in Normanton. They enjoyed an overnight stop at Undara on the way, visiting the historic lava tubes. Yesterday they hosted Chapel at the Gulf Christian College, making valuable connections with the Gulf students whom will visit NCC next term. ... See MoreSee Less

Students arrived safely in Normanton.  They enjoyed an overnight stop at Undara on the way, visiting the historic lava tubes.  Yesterday they hosted Chapel at the Gulf Christian College, making valuable connections with the Gulf students whom will visit NCC next term.Image attachment

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Enjoy team

Love it! Praying they build lifelong friendships 🙏🏼

What a wonderful night we had for the PIMusic Showcase – great weather, great food, great company and great entertainment!

Thank you to everyone who came and participated in this mammoth event – the first live performance opportunity we have had for almost two years! We estimate close to 1000 attendees over the night (students included) with 359 meals and 400 sausages sold. The team of workers and volunteers that toiled away over both Tuesday and Wednesday to set up and then pack up the event really exemplified this year’s College theme of “We before I.” Special thanks to the following:

• Our fantastic music students (and parents) for their commitment to music lessons
• The staff of the PIMusic Department – preparing students for performances and the backstage crew
• College maintenance crew – setting up and packing down over two days
• PE Teacher, Miss Emily Perry – for sharing her teaching space with us for two days
• FoPIM President Julie Martinuzzi – Event management and catering
• Holly Taylor – Event Management
• Warren Best – MC
* Mr Trevor Pedler for taking all these wonderful photos
• Shake It Up Music and DW Sound – sound and lighting
• Mrs Bean Mobile Coffee – the much-needed coffee!
• The following businesses for food/drink donations: Erbachers Fruit and Vegetables, Woombye Butchery, Woombye Spar
• New Life Church – car parking
• The amazing parents in the Friends of Performance and Instrumental Music for volunteering their time and talents to assist with the evening

Lastly, we give thanks to God for his unending grace and provision and for the opportunities we get to share our God-given gifts with you and your students.
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Wonderful evening of entertainment 🎼🥁🎷🎺🎶

What an awesome night had by all

Good morning NCC Community

The SCISSA Gala Sports Day today is going ahead but will require no spectators at any of the venues. This decision relates to a number of locations on the Sunshine Coast identified as COVID exposure venues and our role in reducing the risks in our community. Please check the Qld Health website for more details and further instructions.

Thank you for your support of our school activities despite this last minute change. We are pleased that the students are still able to enjoy this long-anticipated sport day.
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On Tuesday 1 June, NCC had 10 students attend the Regional Cross-Country Trial at Maroochydore Cricket Ground. Everyone ran incredibly well and should be very proud of their efforts.

Congratulations to all competitors and a special mention to Jaz, Matilda, Millan and Noah who have been selected to attend the QSS 10-19 years Cross Country State Championships in Ipswich from 17-19 July. What an amazing achievement!
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Well done girls!!!

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

well done! great work!

Well done!

On Friday 28 May, two teams made up of Year 7 to 9 students participated in the Vicki Wilson Netball competition. The competition was tough as they versed 5 to 6 of the top teams from schools all around Queensland. Students took a couple of wins but did not make the Semi Finals this year. ... See MoreSee Less

On Friday 28 May, two teams made up of Year 7 to 9 students participated in the Vicki Wilson Netball competition. The competition was tough as they versed 5 to 6 of the top teams from schools all around Queensland. Students took a couple of wins but did not make the Semi Finals this year.Image attachment

Congratulations to the following students who have received invitations to participate in this year’s Middle School SHEP program facilitated by the Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University. Nominations are made by Instrumental Teachers of students in Years 5 – 9 from across the state. For NCC to receive so many invitations is a wonderful testament to the high level of skill our students demonstrate. This event takes place in July at Bundaberg.

Year 9 – Isabella, Andrew, Kai, Luca, Ethan, Adah and Jade .
Year 8 – James and Xanthe.
Year 7 – Paige, Riley, Angus, Madeleine, Kal, Sebastian and Kai.
Year 6 – Emily, Holly, Shaun and Liana.
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It’s always wonderful to hear of our music students sharing their talents at other events around the state. Two weeks ago, vocal student Tristin participated in the Wynnum Manly Eisteddfod and received 3rd place in all three of his events. Tristin has singing lessons with Mrs Kiddle and is a valued member of the Dolce Voce choir. Congratulations Tristin! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s always wonderful to hear of our music students sharing their talents at other events around the state.  Two weeks ago, vocal student Tristin participated in the Wynnum Manly Eisteddfod and received 3rd place in all three of his events.  Tristin has singing lessons with Mrs Kiddle and is a valued member of the Dolce Voce choir. Congratulations Tristin!

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Great work Tristin

The Middle School Meliora students participated in the State da Vinci Decathlon last Wednesday and Thursday. They competed against other schools to complete English, Math, Chess, Science, Engineering, Cartography, Philosophy, Art and Poetry, Drama, Legacy and Code Breaking exams.

I am so proud to report on our Year 7 and 8's performance on Wednesday at the Decathlon. In what was a VERY challenging competition, I can announce that our students achieved placings in the following:

Year 7
1st in Cartography
2nd in Engineering

Year 8
1st in Code breaking
3rd in Legacy

The teams enjoyed their day, they are brimming with excitement and I'm very proud of their efforts. I look forward to reporting back on the Year 9 team soon.

Mrs Alana Gread-Power
MELIORA PROGRAM
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Wonderful opportunity to use their gifts and abilities 👌🏼

Mr Tom Noble, an NCC High School teacher, has written four books in his ‘Dragon’ series, based on historical chronicles, existing art and memorials. The author's travels and his fascination with the legends of Suffolk and beyond have inspired these stories, written to entertain and educate children about historical events. Tom came to do an ‘author reading’ with class 3W this week and to answer questions the students had on the stories and about being an author. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fraction dominoes are a great way to consolidate the learning of fractions in Year 5. The cohort has been learning about the lowest common denominators and equivalent fractions and will soon be learning about adding and subtracting. ... See MoreSee Less

Fraction dominoes are a great way to consolidate the learning of fractions in Year 5. The cohort has been learning about the lowest common denominators and equivalent fractions and will soon be learning about adding and subtracting.Image attachment

Congratulations to Levi from Class 3W! Levi has been attending the Perigean Digital Hub, a community coding club held on Saturdays. Levi and his team member entered the National RoboRAVE competition and came second in the middle school line competition which was an amazing achievement! The day included six straight hours of coding as well as eight hours of prior workshopping to design a robot and a code for it to follow using LEGO Minstorma EV3. On the day they were given a random line design, and the robot had to follow the line perfectly (through intersections etc.), and release balls into a box! Wow – Well done Levi! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Levi from Class 3W! Levi has been attending the Perigean Digital Hub, a community coding club held on Saturdays. Levi and his team member entered the National RoboRAVE competition and came second in the middle school line competition which was an amazing achievement! The day included six straight hours of coding as well as eight hours of prior workshopping to design a robot and a code for it to follow using LEGO Minstorma EV3. On the day they were given a random line design, and the robot had to follow the line perfectly (through intersections etc.), and release balls into a box! Wow – Well done Levi!Image attachmentImage attachment
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