P & F
|TERM 3 IMPORTANT DATES|
|Thurs, 14 September||Last day Term 3|
|Tues, 3 October||First day Term 4|
|Weds, 4 October &
Thurs, 5 October
|Primary School Musical: Disney's Alice in Wonderland
6:00pm - 7:30pm
|Mon, 9 October||Raising Resilient Children & Teens - with Sharon Witt
Free seminar suitable for parents of children in Years 3-9.
6:30pm - 8:00pm | Main Auditorium
|Mon, 16 October||Student Free Day|
|Tues, 17 October||'Stars at Twilight' Performing Arts
5:00 - 8:00pm
|Fri, 20 October||Family Movie Night
5:30pm for dinner followed by the movie 'Sing'.
Tickets are free. Register your attendance.
|Tues, 24 October||Sports Awards Night|
|Mon, 30 October
||Prep - Year 3 Presentation Day
9:00 - 10:00am Prep
4:30 - 5:30pm Year 1
5:45 - 6:45pm Year 2
7:00 - 8:00pm Year 3
|Wed, 1 November||Senior School Presentation Night|
|Tues, 7 November||Middle School Presentation Night|
|Tues, 14 November||Year 4-6 Presentation Night|
|Thurs, 16 November||Year 12 Graduation Dinner|
|Fri, 17 November||Year 12 last day of school|
|Fri, 17 November||Noah's Ark Christmas Concert|
|Mon, 20 November||Christmas Concert|
|Fri, 24 November||Last day of term (Prep - Year 11)|
Year 4 camp is focused on building GRIT - strength of character! For many campers it was their first time away from home and that definitely required lots of courage to be out of your comfort zone. The teachers were buzzing at the end of such an amazing camp. Mrs Fife said, "We were so proud of our students who displayed lots of courage to conquer new activities." With determination and resilience in abundance, the days were packed with sunshine and fun and ended with memorable evening devotions.
Mya Marui-James and Rhiannon Parker from 4B have shared their memories from camp.
MYA MARIU-JAMES 4B - Year four camp was the best time ever. I loved having fun in the water and on the beach, conquering fears but most of all learning about God. The first night Ps Joel taught us that in life there will be hard times, but God is always with you. On that very night, lots of people surrendered their hearts to Jesus. On the second night, Ps Wes taught us that no matter what you do, God will always love us. I know that a lot of fears were conquered, from the fear of heights on the ‘Giant Swing’ to being away from our parents for the first time. Everyone had a thrilling time. With everything we did, like body boarding and ‘Team Rescue’, we gave all the glory to God.
RHIANNON PARKER 4B - Camp was so much fun! It encouraged everyone to step out of their comfort zones, some people even made new friends. There were so many great activities to do. We all loved it so much that we want to go again! The best thing was learning about God, that we can trust Him and that He is always there for us. My favourite part of camp, was devotions because we were able to worship God through songs. Ps Joel and Ps Wes came and it was so wonderful to have them speak to us. I also really liked the activities. They were all so challenging, especially the ‘Giant Swing. It really did test you. Year four camp was thrilling! I can’t wait to go on another camp next year.
Mr Mathew Mene is one of our chaplains working with upper primary students at Reedy Creek. Mr Mene shares a moment from his week.
Gardening with some Year 6 students was a great opportunity to speak into the lives of some of our boys. As a chaplain I believe that encouragement, no matter how big or small, can have a huge impact. In this particular project a group of boys assisted me in transplanting some saplings into a new environment. We made a ring of saplings, each one representing the students, and placed a large plant in the centre to represent Jesus' love. One of the students approached me during the gardening project and said "I really do believe that Jesus loves me." This group of boys thoroughly enjoyed the project and better understood Jesus unending love for all of us. It is such an honour and a privilege to use God's creation to be able to share the love of Christ with these awesome students. 1 Corinthians 13.
King's have a big team of chaplains, led by Guy Ormerod (High School) and Peter Malcolm (Primary School). Chaplains ‘champion’ our student body, providing pastoral care and extra support for any student needing a ‘listening ear’ or specific encouragement. We also assist with running various programs that enrich school life such as chapels, interactive Christian Living classes, the HUB (lunchtime activities) and leadership training for boys and girls. With a strong emphasis on character development at King's our team of chaplains lead students in discovering Jesus and how to model our lives on Him.
We look forward to introducing you to more of our chaplain team in the coming weeks.
All items will be sold for 50c, $1 or $2. Please bring coins only on Wednesday. We can't wait to share King's love with our Missions partners.
The atmosphere that the Year 12 Music students brought to the stage captivated both the audience and performers themselves; Soirée 2017 was a success. It was a splendid evening of casual laughter, light refreshments and anticipation for the refined acts of the night. Genres and style varied from performance to performance bringing unique flavours to the evening and exhibiting the individual personalities of each performer. The night was simply a success.
Jarren Abraham (Year 12)
This term Year 8 Science students have been learning about body systems. Working in Project Based Learning (PBL) groups, the students were asked to demonstrate their learning by determining which body system was affected by disease in their allocated 'patients'. Students had the opportunity to present their findings to doctors, during class, on Monday. The doctors were all very impressed with the knowledge of our students. Thank you to the doctors who volunteered their time to give our students the opportunity to test their answers in the 'real' world.
CONGRATULATIONS to 2B, 3A, 4B and 5CP who won pizza parties for the largest (and fastest) collection of carnival goodies! Thank you so much for the awesome contributions from all our King's families, especially the classes we celebrated. With your help, our Carnival Day was a HUGE success! The children loved their pizzas and we had lots of smiles and full tummies afterwards!
We spoiled our groundsmen with a lunch to celebrate their willing hearts to always help us and have a smile on their faces whilst doing so. We LOVE our groundsmen and we thank them for always being available to support us whenever we need them.
They are some of the best people you will find at King’s! THANK YOU!
Contact King's Outside School Hours Care (KOSHC) to book your vacation care spot over the holidays. Vacation care is $58 per day or $75 per day for an excursion. Full CCB reimbursements available. www.koshc.net.au
King's Outside School Hours Care offers after school care for Prep to Grade 6 students. You can ensure that the team won't only keep your children safe, but also engage with them whilst you are finishing your work day. Creativity, energy and 'teachable moments' are the key ingredients to KOSCH. Care is provided from 3-6pm and Centerlink Child Care rebates are available. Pre-book for Term 4.Book in for Term 4 After School Care
The Careers Department would like to highlight the following this week:
If students are interested they need to respond ASAP, as these positions are advertised to all students on the Gold Coast.
For more vacancies visit the Traineeship Vacancies Notice Board under the important info tab on the King’s Careers website.
CLASSIC HOLIDAYS are looking for outstanding Yr 11 candidates to join their team of Holiday Makers. Offering Cert III Hospitality & Cert III Business School Based Traineeships, to start late 2017. More information here.To apply: Please hand in your Resume and Expression of Interest form to Mrs Lubbe no later than Thursday 12th October.
DYNAMITE STUDIOS AUSTRALIA invites you to a Summer Intensive Workshop for Performing Arts on Wednesday 10 - Friday 12 January 2018. For booking information please see here.CLASSIC HOLIDAYS are looking for outstanding Yr 11 candidates to join their team of Holiday Makers. Offering Cert III Hospitality & Cert III Business School Based Traineeships, to start late 2017. More information here.To apply: Please hand in your Resume and Expression of Interest form to Mrs Lubbe no later than Thursday 12th October.
PCYC Braking The Cycle & the Dept of Education and Training would like to invite Yr 10-12 students that are looking for employment, to come along to their Employment and Try A Trade Expo, and talk to employers currently recruiting, or students seeking advice on a pathway or job role, to discuss with current employees or just ‘Try a Trade’ with a tradie. (Attached flyer) There will be interactive stalls where you can get in and TAKE ON A TRADE
Address: PCYC Nerang, Cayuga Street / Hinkler Drive, Nerang
Date: Friday 8th September 2017
Time: 9:30am to 1:30pm
Lucky Door Prizes, Make your own Mocktail, Sausage Sizzle (gold coin donation to the PCYC), Simulated driving vehicle, Milwaukee, and lots more!
Some of our EMPLOYERS you can meet:
Bunnings, City of Gold Coast, Dreamworld, Darwalla, Imagine children services, O’Brien’s catering, Prestige school based recruitment, Zarraffa’s, Just better care, Riviera, apprentice recruit, Nova skills, All trades, FSG Australia, Subway, Coles, Woolworths, McDonalds, Officeworks, Oz Harvest and more.
QLD SCHOOL of FILM & TELEVISION - 22 Warwick St, Annerley, Qld 4103, hold workshops throughout the year, providing the opportunity to learn about Introduction to Photography, Film and Television. If you are interested, see here for more info.
Also QLD SCHOOL of FILM & TELEVISION RECORD IT! - Intro to Sound Production Workshop.For more info
Date: Saturday 16 September 9am-1pm
TAFE School Holiday Taster Programs - Monday 18 - Friday 29 September - a series of hands-on programs designed specifically for grade 10, 11 and 12 students to enable them to ride the wave of change and take charge of their careers. From long-standing industries such as hospitality and fashion through to events and beauty, our Season School program provides you the opportunity to trial potential pathways in a wide range of industries. View details here
TAFE Fashion Industry - Thursday 28 September - Sunday 1 October - TAFE Queensland has partnered with world-renowned fashion icon and artisan turned educator, Professor Jimmy Choo OBE, to deliver a series of must-attend events left around innovation and creativity in the fashion industry. Professor Choo will be the guest of honour across all events over the four days in Brisbane, three of which will be ticketed for fashion lovers to attend. The final event will be a special educational workshop for fashion students, dedicated to the art of shoe-making and design. View details here
JMC ACADEMY BRISBANE will offer 4 various Workshops based on Animation, Audio Engineering & Sound Production, Contemporary Music & Performance, Entertainment Business Management and Game Design in this September School holidays. For more information
DYNAMITE STUDIOS AUSTRALIA invites you to a Summer Intensive Workshop for Performing Arts on Wednesday 10 - Friday 12 January 2018. For booking information please see here.
SCU STAR Early Entry enables Year 12 students to gain early admission to Southern Cross University on the basis of their school Principal’s recommendation. STAR Early Entry matches an individual student to a particular Southern Cross University course based on their likelihood of success in their chosen discipline. Applications for current Year 12 students are now open for study in 2018. Closing 15 September. For more information, please contact Mrs. Lubbe or refer to scu.edu.au/STAR
SCHOOL REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY’S 2017 INTEGRITY 20
Griffith University is offering (for the 4th year), a limited number of sponsored places for students in Years 11 & 12 to attend the annual Integrity 20 conference in October, free of charge.
DATE:Thurs 19 and Friday 20 October, 2017
For more information, please refer HERE.
Please also inform Mrs. Lubbe, your Career Pathways Officer
For more information regarding Careers, Courses and Universities please see here for the Options Career Information Bulletin Edition 15, 2017.
Also for a full list of events visit the events calendar and sign up for a Careers newsletter visit the King’s College Careers website