Daily Archives: April 3, 2019

Parent-Teacher Interview Thanks

2019-05-01T08:10:51+10:00

Thank you to all the families who have visited the College this week to meet their class teachers and continue their partnership with us in the education of their children for 2019.

Parent-Teacher Interview Thanks2019-05-01T08:10:51+10:00

Happily Forever After – Primary Musical Update

2019-05-01T08:12:27+10:00

The wheels are in motion with rehearsals being run, costumes created and set designs constructed all in preparation for our Primary Musical ‘Happily Forever After.’ The main cast have shown wonderful commitment

Happily Forever After – Primary Musical Update2019-05-01T08:12:27+10:00

Upcoming Primary and Secondary Athletics Carnivals

2019-04-30T11:17:00+10:00

Primary and Secondary Athletics Carnivals will both be taking place early next term primarily on Wednesday, May 1 and Thursday, May 2 respectively. These carnivals will be starting at 8:40am after students

Upcoming Primary and Secondary Athletics Carnivals2019-04-30T11:17:00+10:00

Groves Community Fair #grovesfair19

2019-05-08T09:19:53+10:00

The annual Groves Community Fair is a fantastic community event that enables everyone from within our Groves community and our wider community to enjoy a family focused fun day out. This

Groves Community Fair #grovesfair192019-05-08T09:19:53+10:00

Biblical Studies in Prep

2019-05-01T08:14:37+10:00

This term in Prep, students have been learning about who Jesus is to them. They have been exploring how God is their protector, provider and creator of all living things. Prep students

Biblical Studies in Prep2019-05-01T08:14:37+10:00

Uniform Shop News

2019-05-03T12:46:51+10:00

As the cooler weather approaches, the uniform shop has stock of the Groves winter uniform requirements including the new navy sports jacket and new secondary navy track pants. Senior Phase (Yr 10

Uniform Shop News2019-05-03T12:46:51+10:00

Reflection of Year 4 Aboriginal Art Incursion

2019-05-01T08:17:24+10:00

The recent Aboriginal Art Incursion in Year 4 was both informative and interesting. Students had the opportunity to use Aboriginal symbols to paint an original masterpiece about their family. Mr. Lee was

Reflection of Year 4 Aboriginal Art Incursion2019-05-01T08:17:24+10:00
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