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SECONDARY SCHOOL MUSICAL UPDATE | Our Secondary School musical looks fantastic, with our students' talent clearly displayed. Rehearsals are cultivating talent and bringing students together in beautiful ways. We appreciate the army of parents, grandparents, and community members sewing gorgeous costumes, crafting delectable delights for our stage, and supporting our students at home as they busily study their lines. We cannot wait for you to see our show, with tickets on sale in early April. ... See MoreSee Less

SECONDARY SCHOOL MUSICAL UPDATE | Our Secondary School musical looks fantastic, with our students talent clearly displayed. Rehearsals are cultivating talent and bringing students together in beautiful ways. We appreciate the army of parents, grandparents, and community members sewing gorgeous costumes, crafting delectable delights for our stage, and supporting our students at home as they busily study their lines. We cannot wait for you to see our show, with tickets on sale in early April.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

YEAR 11 AND 12 MODERN HISTORY MUSEUM EXCURSION | A museum and library on the same day? In Brisbane? Yes, it was a great day in the city for our Modern History students. On Monday, 12 February, the Senior Modern History students (Years 11 & 12) travelled to Brisbane with Mrs Keogh and Miss Jones. We had a guided tour of the Memorial Galleries at ANZAC Square (if you’ve never been there – they are well worth a visit) and then a librarian-directed research session at the State Library. The State Library introduced various research resources to our students, and they learned tips for effective research. Digging into historical sources is a crucial element of our history studies, and we are sure our excursion gave students some new tools to use in this subject and numerous other subjects during the final years of their schooling careers. ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 11 AND 12 MODERN HISTORY MUSEUM EXCURSION | A museum and library on the same day? In Brisbane? Yes, it was a great day in the city for our Modern History students. On Monday, 12 February, the Senior Modern History students (Years 11 & 12) travelled to Brisbane with Mrs Keogh and Miss Jones. We had a guided tour of the Memorial Galleries at ANZAC Square (if you’ve never been there – they are well worth a visit) and then a librarian-directed research session at the State Library. The State Library introduced various research resources to our students, and they learned tips for effective research. Digging into historical sources is a crucial element of our history studies, and we are sure our excursion gave students some new tools to use in this subject and numerous other subjects during the final years of their schooling careers.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

Introducing our 2024 Berakah Miniatures Show Team leaders.
From L to R.
Front Row: Group Leader, Lili; Group Leader Olivia; Captain, Charlotte; Assistant Group Leader, Giuliette;
Back Row: Group Leader, Ari; Group Leader, Elijah; Assistant Group Leaders Phoebe, Chloe and Leo.

We had 16 applicants, and any one of them could have done the job, but in the end this was the team selected to lead the Show Team through 2024.

The three continuing leaders, Charlotte, Olivia and Ari, bring a wealth of experience which will invaluable as they mentor the new leaders in their roles.

At the time of posting, this team is on an overnight leadership camp where we have heaps of fun and do heaps of learning about leadership. We invest hugely in our leaders throughout the year, and this is just the beginning!

Leadership matters. It's not about the badge, it's about serving others and empowering them on their BMST journey.

We are very excited about this leadership team and where they will take the Berakah Miniatures Show Team in 2024!

#leadership #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #youthinleadership #leadershipdevelopment #leadertraining #servantleadership #funresponsibilitygrowthtogether #sunshinecoastschools #studysunshinecoast #qldeducation #youthinagriculture #miniaturehorse #lovemyhorse #equestrianlife @nambourchristiancollege
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Introducing our 2024 Berakah Miniatures Show Team leaders.
From L to R.
Front Row: Group Leader, Lili; Group Leader Olivia; Captain, Charlotte; Assistant Group Leader, Giuliette;
Back Row: Group Leader, Ari; Group Leader, Elijah; Assistant Group Leaders Phoebe, Chloe and Leo.

We had 16 applicants, and any one of them could have done the job, but in the end this was the team selected to lead the Show Team through 2024.

The three continuing leaders, Charlotte, Olivia and Ari, bring a wealth of experience which will invaluable as they mentor the new leaders in their roles.

At the time of posting, this team is on an overnight leadership camp where we have heaps of fun and do heaps of learning about leadership. We invest hugely in our leaders throughout the year, and this is just the beginning!

Leadership matters. Its not about the badge, its about serving others and empowering them on their BMST journey.

We are very excited about this leadership team and where they will take the Berakah Miniatures Show Team in 2024!

#leadership #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #youthinleadership #leadershipdevelopment #leadertraining #servantleadership #funresponsibilitygrowthtogether #sunshinecoastschools #studysunshinecoast #qldeducation #youthinagriculture #miniaturehorse #lovemyhorse #equestrianlife @nambourchristiancollege

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Excellent choices. I look forward to seeing the team at shows this year.

YEAR 6 BADGE PRESENTATIONS | Last Friday, 16 February, at the end of chapel, all our Year 6 students were presented with their Year 6 Leader badge. Mr van der Vliet handed these special badges out to the students on stage. They were all very excited to receive them, and we anticipate a fantastic year as they experience their final year in Junior School. ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 6 BADGE PRESENTATIONS | Last Friday, 16 February, at the end of chapel, all our Year 6 students were presented with their Year 6 Leader badge. Mr van der Vliet handed these special badges out to the students on stage. They were all very excited to receive them, and we anticipate a fantastic year as they experience their final year in Junior School.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS |

Sophie P (Year 6) and Lyla V (Year 10) competed at the Little Athletics Regionals Carnival. Sophie placed 1st in Shotput, 3rd in Javelin and 4th in Discus. She has qualified for the State Championships in all three events. Lyla placed 1st in 200m, 1st in 400m, and 1st in 800m, breaking the regional record for this event. Outstanding results! All the best at States next month, girls.

Lyla V also competed and placed 1st at the 400m Sunshine Coast track challenge over the weekend - she made a national qualifying time. She will be heading down to Adelaide to represent Queensland in April.
Way to go Lyla, we look forward to hearing all about it.

Keisha G (Year 11) competed in the Suncoast Regional Championships at USC last weekend and achieved outstanding results. 1st in Shotput, 2nd in 100m Hurdles, 3rd 300m Hurdles, 3rd 400m and 5th 100m. Keisha is now off to State Athletics in Brisbane. We wish you the best at States Keisha.
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ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS | 

Sophie P (Year 6) and Lyla V (Year 10) competed at the Little Athletics Regionals Carnival. Sophie placed 1st in Shotput, 3rd in Javelin and 4th in Discus. She has qualified for the State Championships in all three events. Lyla placed 1st in 200m, 1st in 400m, and 1st in 800m, breaking the regional record for this event. Outstanding results! All the best at States next month, girls.

Lyla V also competed and placed 1st at the 400m Sunshine Coast track challenge over the weekend - she made a national qualifying time. She will be heading down to Adelaide to represent Queensland in April. 
Way to go Lyla, we look forward to hearing all about it. 

Keisha G (Year 11) competed in the Suncoast Regional Championships at USC last weekend and achieved outstanding results. 1st in Shotput, 2nd in 100m Hurdles, 3rd 300m Hurdles, 3rd 400m and 5th 100m. Keisha is now off to State Athletics in Brisbane. We wish you the best at States Keisha.Image attachmentImage attachment

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YEAR 4 STUDENTS - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PROGRAM | Last week, our Year 4 students took home one of the College’s instruments to loan for the year as part of our Year 4 Instrumental Music Program. In a small group lesson every Wednesday, students will learn to play the flute, saxophone, trombone, percussion, tuba, clarinet, trumpet, euphonium or French horn. In Term 2, our Year 4 students will be ready to begin playing as a concert band. Enjoy some photos of our Year 4 students with their instruments. ... See MoreSee Less

YEAR 4 STUDENTS - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PROGRAM | Last week, our Year 4 students took home one of the College’s instruments to loan for the year as part of our Year 4 Instrumental Music Program. In a small group lesson every Wednesday, students will learn to play the flute, saxophone, trombone, percussion, tuba, clarinet, trumpet, euphonium or French horn. In Term 2, our Year 4 students will be ready to begin playing as a concert band. Enjoy some photos of our Year 4 students with their instruments.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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YEAR 4 INCURSION - LIVING HISTORY | On Monday, the Year 4 cohort was visited by 'Living History'. It was a fantastic interactive day of learning all about The First Fleet, our study topic for History and English this term. First, we learnt about what life was like in London in the 1700s. Ava and Ferdi participated in the drama performance by becoming a chambermaid and a chimney sweep. Their story told of what possible petty crimes could have been committed in order to be arrested by the Bow Street Runners and sentenced to many years of transportation by the Magistrate. We heard what life at sea for almost nine months could have been like for both convicts and officers and what surprises or differences to England they would have experienced when they finally arrived.

The children had the opportunity to dress up in costumes reflecting the time period, play simple games from that era, explore relevant artefacts, and even dance a few times! It was an extremely rich experience for all involved.
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YEAR 4 INCURSION - LIVING HISTORY | On Monday, the Year 4 cohort was visited by Living History. It was a fantastic interactive day of learning all about The First Fleet, our study topic for History and English this term. First, we learnt about what life was like in London in the 1700s. Ava and Ferdi participated in the drama performance by becoming a chambermaid and a chimney sweep. Their story told of what possible petty crimes could have been committed in order to be arrested by the Bow Street Runners and sentenced to many years of transportation by the Magistrate. We heard what life at sea for almost nine months could have been like for both convicts and officers and what surprises or differences to England they would have experienced when they finally arrived. 

The children had the opportunity to dress up in costumes reflecting the time period, play simple games from that era, explore relevant artefacts, and even dance a few times! It was an extremely rich experience for all involved.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

JUNIOR SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE MONTH - HUMILITY | On Monday 12 February, some of our outstanding students were recognised for their HUMILITY - being willing to learn, being respectful and valuing others.

This month's students from each year level and one student from our specialist Music Department joined our new Deputy Head of Junior School, Mr Peter Buchan, and Mrs Karen Webster for a delicious lunch of fruit and pizza.

Kezia R, Hamish G, Lucy L, Amelie J, Adele W, Sophie M, Violet W and Molly G, we commend you for caring for others without needing praise in return, always offering assistance, and often putting others' needs before yours. Thank you for showing us a Godly character we can all aspire to.

James 4:6: "And he gives grace generously. As the Scriptures say, 'God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.' "
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JUNIOR SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE MONTH - HUMILITY | On Monday 12 February, some of our outstanding students were recognised for their HUMILITY - being willing to learn, being respectful and valuing others.

This months students from each year level and one student from our specialist Music Department joined our new Deputy Head of Junior School, Mr Peter Buchan, and Mrs Karen Webster for a delicious lunch of fruit and pizza.

Kezia R, Hamish G, Lucy L, Amelie J, Adele W, Sophie M, Violet W and Molly G, we commend you for caring for others without needing praise in return, always offering assistance, and often putting others needs before yours. Thank you for showing us a Godly character we can all aspire to.

James 4:6: And he gives grace generously. As the Scriptures say, God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

INDEPENDENT DISTRICT TEAMS | Congratulations to the following students who have been named in an Independent District Team.

Keeley P Year 7 13-15 years AFL
Oscar M Year 7 10 - 12 years AFL
Darcey C Year 9 13-16 years Basketball
Azzarni S Year 10 13-16 years Basketball
Annabelle T Year 10 13-15 years Football
Tayla H Year 10 13-15 years Football
Sophie S Year 8 13-15 years Touch Football
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Please note that CDC school bus service termination due to floodwaters are affecting the following bus runs - 5743, 5752. Please note that NCC buses are still running as per normal. These are only CDC school bus services. ... See MoreSee Less

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