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Caring for the Planet

As part of their Environmental Unit students checked out the rubbish bin after lunch in an effort to identify what they could reduce, reuse and recycle. It’s encouraging to see the enthusiasm of our young people in caring for their world.

Clean up Australia

CCCS students had a productive morning on 1 March as they participated in Clean up Australia Day. They cleaned up in their school, around their school, and then headed over to the Botanical Gardens picking up rubbish as they went. Great effort!

National Day of Action

On 15 March CCCS will be participating in the National Day of Action against Bullying. Our school is proud to take a stand against bullying and uphold the values of kindness, compassion, and goodwill.

Awards Night 2018

Awards Night is a great way to celebrate the end of the school year together as a School Family. Congratulations to all students who received an award and well done everyone for a productive and happy year.  

Library Membership Competition

A big thank you to all the parents who returned their children’s library membership forms. We entered late and it was a rush to get them back to the office but we still managed to win second place. Mrs Beauchamp from the Bundaberg Library visited our school on Tuesday...

Adopt a Cop

Yesterday our school was visited by Senior Constable Tina Bland and Police Liaison Officer Dave Harris as part of the Adopt a Cop program.  They spoke with the students at length about bullying and the consequences of bullying. Constable Tina demonstrated the...

Councillor’s Visit

On Wednesday, our local Councillors Helen Blackburn and Ross Sommerfield visited the school. Councillors Blackburn and Sommerfield spent time in each classroom in order to inspire students as they embark on their integrated units, which all have a Natural Disaster...

Chapel News

This week we were very fortunate to have Pastor Rick Meale take Chapel for us. Pastor Rick showed the students a prayer shawl and explained the meaning of the tassels. He went on to demonstrate to students the effect of sin in our life and that only Jesus can takes...

Book Week

While all our students enjoyed activities, games, book readings and an author visit. The highlight of the week was definitely the dress up parade. Imaginations ran wild as some of our students were unrecognisable in their costumes. A fantastic effort from students and...