Pre-Prep & Primary – Term 3 Week 9 (2020)
The College Management Team are continuing to check all the latest information regarding the COVID-19 health responses. CLICK here to access up-to-date Queensland Health information.
Book Week, Book Fair and Costume Parade!
Our Book Week theme this year is ‘Curious Minds’. We are focusing on encouraging creativity, enquiring in learning and an interest in both fiction and non-fiction books. Book Week will run from today Monday, 14 September to Friday, 18 September at the Primary School Campus.
This term as we celebrate “all things books” for Book Week, we have many exciting opportunities for our children to develop their life-long love of books.
Our online Book Fair is live! We are excited at the range of classic and Christian literature that will be available through our supplier. Every order from our virtual book fair could win you $100 in free books! Not only that but you’ll also help raise vital funds for our College Library. There is a huge range of books for everyone, so head on over to www.onlinebookfair.com.au to check out all the amazing books on offer. You can purchase through the online store and the books will be delivered straight to your home address. Thank you for supporting Brisbane Christian College in this fundraiser.
The Costume Parade is set for the last day of Term 3 on Friday, 18 September 2020. We encourage you to help your child create a costume that is improvised from items that you have on hand. Our judges will be looking for creativity!
We are not expecting anyone to spend money on new costumes and we hope that children can participate in this event in a spirit of fun and mutual enjoyment without focusing on being competitive.
Sadly, we are unable to have parents, caregivers or friends on campus this year for our Costume Parade but be assured that we will post as many photos as possible!
We are looking forward to encouraging your children to participate in these and other activities, as we seek to promote an enjoyment and passion for learning and reading.
For any further questions, please contact Mrs Alison Collins at
Life School Age Care is a practical way for Life Church to support families with quality care for school aged children outside of school hours and during school holidays. With our great facilities and qualiﬁed staﬀ you can be conﬁdent that your children are safe and well cared for.
Our School Age Care team are so excited about the fun activities planned for the upcoming holidays.
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Youth Generator Business Holiday Program - Expressions of Interest
If your child is always coming up with different business ideas, has a hobby that they are passionate about, is creative with arts, computers or needs an outlet for their energy, then the Youth Generator Business Holiday Program is for them.
This program is organised and hosted by Brisbane Christian College in partnership with CO.STARTERS.
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Please contact Mr Reeves, Brisbane Christian College Secondary Business teacher via email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Tennis Clinic is open this September holidays for students from Prep-Year 8. This is a great opportunity to further develop your child’s tennis skills in an intensive day camp focusing on stroke techniques and match play to enable the kids to make use of what they are learning each week.
Date: Monday, 21 September
Location: Fairlie Terrace Courts (Middle and Secondary Campus)
Cost: $70 per student/ $65 per student (for family of 2 or more students). Includes lunch.
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If you have any question please contact John Zelinski via email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 0407 967 187 to confirm a spot for your child.
Chess Mates & Business Kids
Looking for something fun and exciting these school holidays? Something challenging, engaging and encouraging new friends? Chess Mates & Business Kids have programs happening over the holidays which you might be interested in.
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Salisbury Rotary Club Coffee Gift Voucher Project
The Rotary Club of Salisbury came by to say “thanks” to our staff for all the amazing work we do as local front-line workers. They were so generous to give out free coffee vouchers to our staff as a show of support and thanks. We would like to thank The Rotary Club of Salisbury and the local businesses that were a part of this project for their generosity. We certainly will enjoy a free cup of coffee. Below is more about the project:
The purpose of this project is to say thank you to our local COVID-19 front-line workers, commencing with local education staff in September. It is safe to assume that the education sector is the largest employer in our local area – an assumption which is borne out by the fact that the six Primary Schools and one Secondary School employ over 400 staff.
So how do we say “thanks” to over 400 COVID-19 front-line workers for the wonderful and inspiring work that they are doing on our behalf?
– We approach coffee shops in the area to provide coffee at a discounted price. The first three we approached, namely Hedge Expresso, Reload Expresso Bar and Dakana Coffee Café did not hesitate to say “yes”.
– We approach local businesses to sponsor the cost of the coffees. And again, the first three that we approached, namely Ballistic Beer, Cooper Reeves Chartered Accountants and Books & Boxes said, “Yes, we want to come on board.”
– We approach a printer, Peter Dunn, an Honorary Member of our Rotary Club, whose printing business 3D Printing prints 500 coffee gift vouchers gratis.
– We distribute the coffee gift vouchers via the School Principals who all very graciously accepted the vouchers on behalf of all of the workers in their schools: teachers, administration staff and cleaning/gardening staff.
The Rotary Club of Salisbury says “thanks” on behalf of the Salisbury and surrounding communities to our local education heroes with the small gift of a coffee voucher, and hope that you are able to sit down, relax for a few minutes and enjoy a nice cup of coffee on us.
Brisbane Christian College will continue with daily temperature checks at health stations and on school buses each morning. All children or staff with cold or flu symptoms or a temperature over 37.5 degrees will be immediately sent home. If your child is unwell or has a high temperature, please keep them home.