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SSC Factor shines on junior musical
About 300 students in Years 4, 5 and 6 battled it out in the penultimate show of the SSC Factor series – winning over the judges, the crowd and the 2015 crown!
There was no doubt the College Consolidations musical, and every performer on stage, was a star. Contestants worked long and hard perfecting their vocals skills and dance choreography for their final performance and had the courage to lay it all on the line and stand out from the crowd booming out their hits: Happy, Que Sera, We All Stand Together, Titanium, The Nights, We Are Family, Heroes, Cool Kids, You’re The One That I want and Freaks. Many thanks to the students, staff, parents and helpers one and all for making the 2015 Consolidations Musical a mega success.Read more »
Wearable Art 2015
Students showcase a ‘Beautiful Nightmare’
More than 120 senior Visual Art, Graphics, Creative Arts and Media students showcased their ‘Beautiful Nightmare’ of fashion, accessories, make-up, special effects, animation and mixed media to a packed Goda Firkins Auditorium.Read more »
Barefoot in the Park
Under 8s go ‘Barefoot in the Park’!
Hundreds of Prep to Year 3 students enjoyed the colour and excitement of this year’s ‘Barefoot in the Park’ in celebration of the importance of children in our community and the contributions they make while having a whole lot of fun!Read more »
Creative writing workshops with author Morris Gleitzman
Year 7 students were recently treated with a special visit from one of their favourite writers, Morris Gleitzman!
The students had two sessions over the course of the day; one of them a creative writing workshop, which proved to be a huge success.Read more »
‘Eggs-citing’ Easter Hat Parade 2015
On Tuesday, 31 March 2105, the College grounds were filled with feathers and frills, glitter and glue, eggs and excitement as students from Prep to Year 3 paraded their creations in the Easter Hat Parade and performed in the Easter Concert.
Each year level had spent the term practicing their dance moves with wonderful PE teachers Mrs Prue Davies and Mr Ryan Soars, and were rewarded for their hard work and great performances by the supportive audience that celebrated with us. The amazing Mr Jai Schelbach had also taught each year level a very special Easter song – including one he had written himself – which they performed for all the Prep to Year 3 classes gathered for the very fitting and fun finale song ‘The Easter Hat Parade’. A special thanks to the Prep to Year 3 staff, the maintenance staff, Mr Tony Marshall and his crew and to everyone else involved, for making the day run so smoothly.Read more »