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18 hours ago

NCC VOLLEYBALL GRAND FINALS
All the best to our Junior (4.15pm) and Intermediate (5.15pm) girls who are playing in the SCISSA grand finals TODAY at the NCC stadium. Come along and cheer them on!! GO KNIGHTS!!
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2 days ago

RAISING AWARENESS AND FUNDS FOR TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX | Our Senior School student leaders are always looking for ways to inform their peers of lesser-known worthy causes in our community. This term, the focus has been on Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC). On Wednesday 5 June, through our 'Show Your Footy Colours Day,' students enjoyed the privilege of wearing their footy jersey of choice to the first State of Origin game, all the while raising awareness and funds for families enduring TSC.

Tuberous Sclerosis is a rare genetic disease that affects more than 2,000 people in Australia and thousands more families and friends. Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA), the sole organisation in the country supporting people living with TSC, plays a crucial role in their lives. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all the students who bought a sausage, donated a gold coin, and/or participated in the friendly game of touch. Your support is not just a gesture but a lifeline for those affected by TSC.

Ms Loida Grinan-Paterson
Deputy Head of Senior School
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RAISING AWARENESS AND FUNDS FOR TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX | Our Senior School student leaders are always looking for ways to inform their peers of lesser-known worthy causes in our community. This term, the focus has been on Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC). On Wednesday 5 June, through our Show Your Footy Colours Day, students enjoyed the privilege of wearing their footy jersey of choice to the first State of Origin game, all the while raising awareness and funds for families enduring TSC.

Tuberous Sclerosis is a rare genetic disease that affects more than 2,000 people in Australia and thousands more families and friends. Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA), the sole organisation in the country supporting people living with TSC, plays a crucial role in their lives. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all the students who bought a sausage, donated a gold coin, and/or participated in the friendly game of touch. Your support is not just a gesture but a lifeline for those affected by TSC.

Ms Loida Grinan-Paterson
Deputy Head of Senior SchoolImage attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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Tuberous Sclerosis Australia

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3 days ago

URGENT: SHORT-TERM JAPANESE HOMESTAY FAMILIES NEEDED | Experience the joy of hosting short-term Japanese students, a wonderful opportunity to enrich your family's cultural understanding. We still need 12 more families for our first group of Japanese students arriving in Week 3 of Term 3.

Group 1:

- Sunday 21 July to Saturday 3 August
- 13 nights
- Double placement
- Year 9 students
- Payment of $1040

Group 2:

- Sunday 4 August to Saturday 17 August
- 13 nights
- Double placement
- Year 9 students
- Payment of $1040

Both groups are double homestay placements, meaning a family will host two Year 9 students. These students can share a bedroom and a double/queen bed. As a token of appreciation, host families will be paid $1040 to host our Japanese students, which will help cover the costs.

Please express your interest or questions to Mrs Kate Zischke at kzisc01@ncc.qld.edu.au.
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URGENT: SHORT-TERM JAPANESE HOMESTAY FAMILIES NEEDED | Experience the joy of hosting short-term Japanese students, a wonderful opportunity to enrich your familys cultural understanding. We still need 12 more families for our first group of Japanese students arriving in Week 3 of Term 3.

Group 1:

- Sunday 21 July to Saturday 3 August
- 13 nights
- Double placement
- Year 9 students
- Payment of $1040

Group 2:

- Sunday 4 August to Saturday 17 August
- 13 nights
- Double placement
- Year 9 students
- Payment of $1040

Both groups are double homestay placements, meaning a family will host two Year 9 students. These students can share a bedroom and a double/queen bed. As a token of appreciation, host families will be paid $1040 to host our Japanese students, which will help cover the costs.

Please express your interest or questions to Mrs Kate Zischke at kzisc01@ncc.qld.edu.au.Image attachmentImage attachment

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For anybody thinking of doing this, it’s such a great experience for all involved.

3 days ago

REGIONAL CROSS COUNTRY | On Tuesday 4 June, our dedicated NCC students, through their hard work and perseverance, represented the Independent District at the Regional Cross Country Trial at Noosaville State School. We are immensely proud of the outstanding results of the students listed below.

Lachlan H 2nd
Violet W 3rd
Keeley P 3rd
Jonty E 14th
Bodhe F 3rd
Will C 7th
Lyla V 5th
Azzarni S 10th
Kai F 5th
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REGIONAL CROSS COUNTRY | On Tuesday 4 June, our dedicated NCC students, through their hard work and perseverance, represented the Independent District at the Regional Cross Country Trial at Noosaville State School. We are immensely proud of the outstanding results of the students listed below.

Lachlan H 2nd
Violet W 3rd
Keeley P 3rd
Jonty E 14th
Bodhe F 3rd
Will C 7th
Lyla V 5th
Azzarni S 10th
Kai F 5thImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Well done Keeley!! Looking forward to seeing what you do next 馃挭馃徎

6 days ago

13-19 YEARS DISTRICT ATHLETICS CARNIVAL | On Wednesday and Thursday last week, NCC was represented by an outstanding group of athletes at the Independent District Track & Field carnival at the USC stadium.

During the two days, our team participated in various events. Our students competed with tremendous effort and showed great sportsmanship! There were plenty of smiles and a proud display of ribbons. NCC, as a team, secured a commendable 7th place overall. Our 14-16 age group girls, with their exceptional performance, secured a well-deserved 2nd place, while our 16-19 age group, with their spirited participation, secured a respectable 3rd place.

Congratulations to the following students who placed in the top three of their age group.

Age Champions:
15 years girls: Lyla vd B
15 years boys: Oliver S
15 years boys: Kingston W (MC)

Other placements:
3rd 15 years girls: Tayla H
3rd 17 years girls: Kiara P
2nd 18-19 years boys: Carter G. Carter also broke the record for Open boys Discus with a throw of 30.2m.

Congratulations to the students below who are invited to attend the Regional Track & Field carnival in August.

James C Christiaan F
Finnley E Sophie F
Kai F Bodhe F
Seth G Carter G
Keisha G Victor H
Tayla H Brandon M
Faith M Kiara P
Oscar S Oliver S
Azzarni S Elli-May S
Capri T Lyla V
Mia V Skye W
Kingston W Jude Y
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13-19 YEARS DISTRICT ATHLETICS CARNIVAL | On Wednesday and Thursday last week, NCC was represented by an outstanding group of athletes at the Independent District Track & Field carnival at the USC stadium.

During the two days, our team participated in various events. Our students competed with tremendous effort and showed great sportsmanship! There were plenty of smiles and a proud display of ribbons. NCC, as a team, secured a commendable 7th place overall. Our 14-16 age group girls, with their exceptional performance, secured a well-deserved 2nd place, while our 16-19 age group, with their spirited participation, secured a respectable 3rd place.

Congratulations to the following students who placed in the top three of their age group.

Age Champions:
15 years girls: Lyla vd B
15 years boys: Oliver S
15 years boys: Kingston W (MC)

Other placements:
3rd 15 years girls: Tayla H
3rd 17 years girls: Kiara P
2nd 18-19 years boys: Carter G. Carter also broke the record for Open boys Discus with a throw of 30.2m.

Congratulations to the students below who are invited to attend the Regional Track & Field carnival in August.

James C Christiaan F
Finnley E Sophie F
Kai F Bodhe F
Seth G Carter G
Keisha G Victor H
Tayla H Brandon M
Faith M Kiara P
Oscar S Oliver S
Azzarni S Elli-May S
Capri T Lyla V
Mia V Skye W
Kingston W Jude YImage attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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Well done Faith Wright

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6 days ago

9-12 YEARS DISTRICT ATHLETICS CARNIVAL | The District Athletics Carnival for students aged 9-12 years was on Thursday, 30 May at the SCUni track.

Sixty-six students from NCC participated in the event, showcasing the sportsmanship that NCC is renowned for. The students supported each other during their events and thoroughly enjoyed their day. We look forward to the 1500m events, which will occur on Thursday, 13 June at the SCUni track.

Well done to all who participated, and all the best to our 1500m competitors next week. So far, four NCC students will represent the Independent District at the Regional Athletics Carnival in August.

A massive congratulations to the below students who have been selected to attend the regional carnival:

Jessica C-P 鈥 100m
Lachlan H 鈥 800m
Talia F 鈥 100m
Violet W 鈥 800m
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9-12 YEARS DISTRICT ATHLETICS CARNIVAL | The District Athletics Carnival for students aged 9-12 years was on Thursday, 30 May at the SCUni track.

Sixty-six students from NCC participated in the event, showcasing the sportsmanship that NCC is renowned for. The students supported each other during their events and thoroughly enjoyed their day. We look forward to the 1500m events, which will occur on Thursday, 13 June at the SCUni track.

Well done to all who participated, and all the best to our 1500m competitors next week. So far, four NCC students will represent the Independent District at the Regional Athletics Carnival in August.

A massive congratulations to the below students who have been selected to attend the regional carnival:

Jessica C-P 鈥 100m
Lachlan H 鈥 800m
Talia F 鈥 100m
Violet W 鈥 800mImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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6 days ago

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS |

This year, Isak S (Year 6), Jonty E (Year 7), and Josiah H (Year 6) were selected for the U12 Representative Team for the Churches Soccer Association. Last month, they competed in the State Titles in Brisbane. Their team performed exceptionally well, remaining undefeated throughout the tournament and finishing 2nd place. Well done, boys!

Over the weekend, Kiara S participated in the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) South-East QLD 2024 in Brisbane. SHEP brings together the most talented young musicians and a distinguished team of international and national conductors to strive for musical excellence. Being part of this orchestra, surrounded by gifted students from across the state, was an incredible experience for Kiara.
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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS | 

This year, Isak S (Year 6), Jonty E (Year 7), and Josiah H (Year 6) were selected for the U12 Representative Team for the Churches Soccer Association. Last month, they competed in the State Titles in Brisbane. Their team performed exceptionally well, remaining undefeated throughout the tournament and finishing 2nd place. Well done, boys!

Over the weekend, Kiara S participated in the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) South-East QLD 2024 in Brisbane. SHEP brings together the most talented young musicians and a distinguished team of international and national conductors to strive for musical excellence. Being part of this orchestra, surrounded by gifted students from across the state, was an incredible experience for Kiara.Image attachment

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Well done !

1 week ago

JS STATIONERY DRIVE FOR FIJIAN CHILDREN | LAST DAY TO DONATE IS FRIDAY

Junior School students we need your help! A team of NCC Year 12 students will visit and help Fijian students during the June holidays this year. To help their cause we ask your support in donating stationery.

Any new stationery products (30cm and less) will be greatly appreciated, here are some suggestions:
- Pencils, pens, felt tips, crayons
- Rulers, erasers, notepads, sharpeners, sticky tape
- Coloured and white paper, pads
- Craft items, stickers, ribbons

Please place these items in the boxes provided to your classroom before or by Friday 7 June.
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JS STATIONERY DRIVE FOR FIJIAN CHILDREN | LAST DAY TO DONATE IS FRIDAY

Junior School students we need your help! A team of NCC Year 12 students will visit and help Fijian students during the June holidays this year. To help their cause we ask your support in donating stationery. 

Any new stationery products (30cm and less) will be greatly appreciated, here are some suggestions:
- Pencils, pens, felt tips, crayons
- Rulers, erasers, notepads, sharpeners, sticky tape
- Coloured and white paper, pads
- Craft items, stickers, ribbons

Please place these items in the boxes provided to your classroom before or by Friday 7 June.

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1 week ago

NCC MUSIC SHOWCASE 2024| TONIGHT

All the best to our band and choir students and the whole PIMusic Dpt for tonight's spectacular Showcase at New Life Church, starting at 6pm.

Anyone is welcome to join us and witness the fantastic performances by our talented Performance and Instrumental Music students.

Food stalls will sell food starting at 4:30pm, and the showcase begins at 6pm. A gold coin donation for adult entry - all proceeds will go towards students attending our Singapore 2026 International Music Tour.
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Very enjoyable

1 week ago

NCC GRANDPARENTS' DAY 2024 | SAVE THE DATE

A special invitation for grandparents of NCC students.

- Friday 26 July
- 9:00am arrival for 9:30am start
- Concert | 9:30am - 10:30am
- Morning Tea | 10:30am - 12:00pm (with your grandchildren)

Further information will be emailed to parents to pass onto grandparents, regarding parking, wheelchair access and more.
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NCC GRANDPARENTS DAY 2024 | SAVE THE DATE

A special invitation for grandparents of NCC students. 

- Friday 26 July
- 9:00am arrival for 9:30am start
- Concert | 9:30am - 10:30am
- Morning Tea | 10:30am - 12:00pm (with your grandchildren)

Further information will be emailed to parents to pass onto grandparents, regarding parking, wheelchair access and more.

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Wish I could be there. I live in South Africa and kids in Austr.

Can’t wait love grandparents day

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Leanne Edwards Lynne Pienaar

Shan Lee, Chris Morgan - we’ll be there.

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1 week ago

SHORT-TERM JAPANESE HOMESTAY FAMILIES NEEDED | Experience the joy of hosting short-term Japanese students, a wonderful opportunity to enrich your family's cultural understanding.

Group 1:
Sunday 21 July to Saturday 3 August
13 nights
Double placement
Year 9 students
Payment of $1040

Group 2:
Sunday 4 August to Saturday 17 August
13 nights
Double placement
Year 9 students
Payment of $1040

Both groups are double homestay placements, meaning a family will host two Year 9 students. These students can share a bedroom and a double/queen bed. As a token of appreciation, host families will be paid $1040 to host our Japanese students, which will help cover the costs.

Please express your interest or questions to Mrs Kate Zischke at kzisc01@ncc.qld.edu.au.
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SHORT-TERM JAPANESE HOMESTAY FAMILIES NEEDED | Experience the joy of hosting short-term Japanese students, a wonderful opportunity to enrich your familys cultural understanding.

Group 1:
Sunday 21 July to Saturday 3 August
13 nights
Double placement
Year 9 students
Payment of $1040

Group 2:
Sunday 4 August to Saturday 17 August
13 nights
Double placement
Year 9 students
Payment of $1040

Both groups are double homestay placements, meaning a family will host two Year 9 students. These students can share a bedroom and a double/queen bed. As a token of appreciation, host families will be paid $1040 to host our Japanese students, which will help cover the costs.

Please express your interest or questions to Mrs Kate Zischke at kzisc01@ncc.qld.edu.au.Image attachmentImage attachment

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1 week ago

MS/SS DISABILITY FUNDRAISER: RAISING AWARENESS FOR TSC | TOMORROW

- 5 June 2024
- Wear your sports uniform with the footy or sporting jersey of the team you support (State of Origin maroon or blue shirts permitted)
- Bring a gold coin donation

*SS Student Leaders will collect gold coins donations during Lesson 3

Raising awareness of TSC (Tuberous Sclerosis Complex), a rare genetic disease caused by a mutation in one of two different genes鈥擳SC1 or TSC2. This rare genetic condition causes tumours to grow in major organs of the body. It affects more than 2,000 people in Australia, with one child each week being diagnosed, two-thirds of whom have no family history. Many children are not diagnosed until they experience symptoms such as infantile spasms or seizures.
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MS/SS DISABILITY FUNDRAISER: RAISING AWARENESS FOR TSC | TOMORROW

- 5 June 2024
- Wear your sports uniform with the footy or sporting jersey of the team you support (State of Origin maroon or blue shirts permitted) 
- Bring a gold coin donation

*SS Student Leaders will collect gold coins donations during Lesson 3

Raising awareness of TSC (Tuberous Sclerosis Complex), a rare genetic disease caused by a mutation in one of two different genes鈥擳SC1 or TSC2. This rare genetic condition causes tumours to grow in major organs of the body. It affects more than 2,000 people in Australia, with one child each week being diagnosed, two-thirds of whom have no family history. Many children are not diagnosed until they experience symptoms such as infantile spasms or seizures.

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