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2018 Co-Curricular Handbook


Co-Curricular at Immanuel At Immanuel we place equal emphasis on each student’s academic, cultural, social, physical and pastoral development. We have a broad range of co-curricular activities that are designed to inspire students, value their strengths and differences, and encourage them to develop a spirit of service both to each other and to the wider community. Activities cover four key areas: Cultural and Academic, Music, Sport and Outdoor Education.

Cultural and Academic All activities are designed to enrich and extend student learning.

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Acts of Random Kindness (A.O.R.K.) Club Years 7-12

All Year Wednesday, 10.40am–11.05am, C17 Mrs Gayla Mathews E: mathewsg@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Michelle Brown E: brownm@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Aoyama Gakuin Junior High School – Sister School Visit

Term 2 Students from ILC’s sister school in Tokyo – Aoyama Gakuin – stay with students for two weeks. Any student can volunteer to host a Japanese exchange student. Mrs Vanessa Guild E: guildv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Art Club Years 3-6

Terms 2 and 3 Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am, PS Art Room Mr Peter Evans E: evansp@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Nicky Paora E: paoran@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Buranga Camp Year 6

Term 3 Alexandra Park Conference Centre A gifted and talented camp offered to Year 6 students by application. Camp experiences include Mathematics, Science, Arts, Digital Technologies and more. $150.00

Chess Years 1-6

Terms 1 and 2 Thursday, 10.50am– 11.35am, O3 $15.00 for tournament entry Mr Tim Barrett E: barrettt@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Chess (Years 7-12) Years 7-12

All Year Tuesday, 1.10pm–1.50pm, B5 $15.00 for tournament entry Mrs Adie Read E: reada@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Computer Club Years 7-12

All Year Tuesday, 1.20pm–1.50pm, D4 Mr Steven Moulds E: mouldss@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Coding Club Years 3-6

Terms 2 and 3 Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am, Computer Lab KTC Mr Matt Doecke E: doeckem@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Construction Club Years 1-3

All Year Wednesday, 10.50am–11.35am, Q3 Mrs Chris Lee (Semester 1) E: leec@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Janette Osborne (Semester 2) E: osbornej@immanuel.qld.edu.au


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Debating (Primary)

Terms 2 and 3 Monday, 3.15pm–4.00pm, Prep C Mrs Jenny Timmer E: timmerj@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Debating Years 7-9

Terms 1 and 2: Qld Debating Union (QDU) Competition. Various venues on the Sunshine Coast, Wednesday nights Term 3: Sunshine Coast Debating Competition (Short Preparation), held on four Wednesday nights during the term. Meetings are held once per week at a designated lunch time and some afternoons when required. Mrs Victoria Archer E: archerv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Eco Club (Primary)

Terms 1 and 2 Thursday, 10.50am–11.35am, PS Garden Beds Ms Katrina Hawkins E: hawkinsk@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Eco Club (Secondary) Years 7-12

All Year Tuesday, 1.20pm–1.50pm, KLT Mr Rod Blom E: blomr@immanuel.qld.edu.au

German Tour (every three years) Years 6-12 students of German language

September/October and preparatory sessions Frankfurt, Goettingen, Goslar, Eisenach, Wolfsburg, Berlin, Munich, Zugspitze, Castle Neuschwanstein $4,800.00 per student (2018) Mrs Elizabeth Blair E: blaire@immanuel.qld.edu.au Ms Bettina Fricke E: frickeb@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Get into God (GiG) Years 4-6

All Year Friday, 3.20pm–4.30pm, Immanuel Lutheran Church Mrs Jenny Timmer E: timmerj@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mr Vance Woodward E: woodwardv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Get Moving and Get Making

Terms 3 and 4 Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am, A5 Creative craft and dance. Have fun working together to solve problems and create beautiful things. Mrs Sarah Forrest E: forrests@immanuel.qld.edu.au Ms Hannah Sly E: slyh@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Immanuel Arts Festival P-12

24–27 May 2018 A. J. Jericho Stadium External artists and Prep-Year 12 students can enter artwork and be in the running for a number of prizes. Immanuel Arts Festival Committee E: artsfestival@immanuel.qld.edu.au; ilc@immanuel.qld.edu.au www.immanuelartsfestival.com.au

Interact (Youth Rotary) Years 7-12

All year Thursday, 1.25pm–1.45pm, KTC Ms Kirsten Zweck E: zweckk@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Japanese Tour (every two years) Years 7-12 students of Japanese

December 2018 Tokyo, Hiroshima, Kyoto and other sites $3,500.00 approximately Mrs Vanessa Guild E: guildv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Karneval Prep-Year 6 students

Term 1, one morning in February Celebration of a traditional German festival in the lead up to Lent. Mrs Elizabeth Blair E: blaire@immanuel.qld.edu.au


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King Ludwig Restaurant Years 9-12 students of German

Term 3 Ms Bettina Fricke E: frickeb@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Mathematics Workshop Years 7-12

All year Thursday, 3.15pm–4.15pm, B Block Mrs Fiona Forsyth E: forsythf@immanuel.qld.edu.au

MLTAQ German and Japanese Language Speech Competition Years 4-12

Last Sunday in August: Practise in Term 3 University of the Sunshine Coast Ms Bettina Fricke E: frickeb@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Elizabeth Blair E: blaire@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Vanessa Guild E: guildv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Oktoberfest Years P-6

Term 4 Primary School Hall Mrs Elizabeth Blair E: blaire@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Performance Poetry Years 4-6

Terms 1 and 2 Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am, Room P2 Verse speaking for large groups. During this time, students have fun engaging with storytelling techniques through the art of poetry performance. In the middle of the year they enter the Sunshine Coast Junior Speech Eisteddfod. Students compete against a range of other schools from across the coast by presenting their fine voices to an audience. This is a wonderful opportunity to fine-tune their skills related to the Performing Arts. Mrs Lauren Cronin E: croninl@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Public Speaking Years 9-12

Terms 1 and 2 Two competitions, meetings arranged as necessary Mrs Brigette Lewis E: lewisb@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Readers’ Club Years 7-12

All year Every second Monday (even weeks) from 1.10pm, KTC Teacher Planning Room Mrs Kelly Dunham E: dunhamk@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Readers’ Cup Years 6-9

Term 2 (Years 6, 7 and 9 competitions), Term 4 (Year 8 competition) ILC and other schools on the Coast. Winners compete in Brisbane for the state competition. Mrs Adie Read E: reada@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Science Club (Primary) Years 4-6

Term 1 Monday, 3.15pm–3.45pm, S Block Mr Greg Forrest E: forrestg@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Science Club (Secondary) and Science Workshop Years 7-12 Sensory Support

All Year Monday, 3.20pm–4.20pm, S1 Mrs Wendy Cook E: cookw@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Sparkies (Click Circuits) Years 4-6

Terms 2 and 3 Friday, 10.50am–11.35am, DM2 Ms Tonia Schmidt E: schmidtt@immanuel.qld.edu.au

All Year Monday–Thursday, 10.50am–11.35am, K5/ K6 Create and build with Lego and meet new friends! Mr Nathan Scoffin E: scoffinn@immanuel.qld.edu.au


Spiritual Retreat Days Years 9 and 12

Term 1, Term 4 Worship Centre Pastor Kathrin Koning E koningk@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Gayla Mathews E: mathewsg@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Student Representative Council

Years 3-6 All Year Tuesday, 1.05pm–1.35pm, Primary School Administration Mrs Samantha Stewart E: stewarts@immanuel.qld.edu.au Years 7-12 All Year Monday 1.10pm-1:50pm, B5 and B6 Mrs Lyn Druery E: drueryl@immanuel.qld.edu.au All Year Tuesday, 1.10pm–1.50pm, KS1 Mr Stefan Volejnik E: volejniks@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Tech Team Years 7-12

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Theodor-HeussGymnasium Sister School Visit – Home Stay

Term 3 Students from ILC’s sister school in Gottingen, Germany – Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium – stay with ILC students for three months. Any student can volunteer to host a German exchange student. The students themselves are aged between 15 and 16 years. Ms Bettina Fricke E: frickeb@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Tournament of Minds Years 4-6

Terms 2 and 3 Thursday, 10.50am–11.35am, O2 Claire Laundy E: laundyc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

USC Japanese Immersion Day Years 10-12

August University of the Sunshine Coast Mrs Vanessa Guild E: guildv@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Voices on the Coast Youth Literature Festival Years 4-12

19–21 July ILC / University of the Sunshine Coast Mrs Kelly Dunham E: dunhamk@immanuel.qld.edu.au; www.voicesonthecoast.com.au

Waseda Primary School Exchange Years 4-6 as Host Families

August Mrs Jodie Hayat E: hayatj@immanuel.qld.edu.au


Instrumental Music Immanuel’s highly acclaimed Instrumental Music program is one of the College’s key strengths. Our students are committed to excellence and perform regularly at events across the Sunshine Coast. Students are also given the opportunity to tour as part of our various ensembles. In recent years, there have been two music tours to Melbourne, a tour to Sydney and a regional tour. In 2018, the College is committed to a music and dance tour, returning once again to Melbourne. Lessons are available on campus for piano, singing, music theory, violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass, tuned percussion and untuned percussion. Students may begin piano and singing lessons in Prep, violin/viola/cello lessons in Year 3 and all remaining instruments in Year 5. In exceptional circumstances, applications will be considered for students wishing to begin learning at a younger age. Lessons are held in class time – in group or individual lessons – on a rotational timetable. The Beginner String Program is open to all students in Years 3 and 4 who wish to play a string instrument (excluding guitar). Expressions of interest are taken when the student is in Years 2 and 3 (Term 3) and lessons start when they are in Year 3 and Year 4. Emphasis is placed on developing the correct technique and students are encouraged to join either Beginner String Ensemble 1 or Beginner String Ensemble 2. Students also receive two years of free tuition and use of a College instrument (for a fee of $80.00 per term). At the end of the program, students are encouraged to undertake group/individual lessons on their chosen instrument. The Year 5 Woodwind, Brass and Orchestral Program is open to all students in Year 5 – and on occasion, Year 4 and Year 6 – who wish to play a woodwind, brass or orchestral instrument (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, French horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba or orchestral percussion). Expressions of interest are taken when the student is in Year 4 (Term 3) and lessons start when they are in Year 5. Emphasis is placed on developing the correct technique and students join Immanuel’s Beginner Band and work towards advancing to Concert Band. Students also receive one year of free tuition and use of a College instrument (for a fee of $80.00 per term). At the end of the year, students are encouraged to undertake group/individual lessons on their chosen instrument. College Ensembles

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Primary String Ensemble

Wednesday 7.30am–8.30am Drama Theatre, Music and Drama Centre Miss Nicky Griffith – Ensemble Conductor This ensemble is open to all students who play a string instrument − excluding guitar − at a youth level. This ensemble regularly takes part in College performances and activities. Students are encouraged to undertake group/individual lessons on their chosen instrument. When they reach an advanced level of tone and technique, they will be invited to join the Vivace String Ensemble.

Beginner Band

Tuesday 10.50am–11.35am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Miss Genevieve Birch – Ensemble Conductor This developmental ensemble is open to all students who play a woodwind, brass or percussion instrument at a beginner level. The ensemble is linked to the Year 5 Woodwind, Brass and Orchestral Percussion Program. Emphasis is placed on tone development, technique development and sight reading. Beginner Band is frequently changing as students advance to Concert Band. Students learning as part of the Year 5 Woodwind, Brass and Orchestral Percussion Program must attend Beginner Band.


Beginner String

Ensemble 1 Wednesday 10.50am–11.35am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mrs Julie-Anne O’Reilly – Ensemble Conductor

Ensemble 2 Thursday 7.45am–8.30am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mrs Julie-Anne O’Reilly – Ensemble Conductor

This developmental ensemble is open to all students who play a string instrument at a beginner level and is linked to the Beginner String Program. Emphasis is placed on tone, technique development and sight reading. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year and changes frequently as students advance to Beginner String Ensemble 2. Students who are in their first year of learning in the Beginner String Program must attend Beginner String Ensemble 1.

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Choir Prep

Monday 12.30pm–1.00pm Prep classrooms, Prep Precinct Mrs Emily Brewis – Ensemble Director; Mr Hunter Brown - Accompanist This ensemble is open to all students in Prep who wish to sing in a choir. Emphasis is placed on ensemble etiquette, sight singing and rhythmic and melodic understanding. This ensemble is focused on developing a love of music at a young age, in a fun and nurturing environment. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year.

Choir Years 1-3

Friday 10.50am–11.35am Primary School Hall Mrs Marika Doman – Ensemble Conductor Mr Hunter Brown – Accompanist This ensemble is open to all students in Years 1 to 3 who wish to sing in a choir. Emphasis is placed on ensemble etiquette, sight singing and rhythmic and melodic understanding. This ensemble is focused on developing a love of music at a young age, in a fun and nurturing environment. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year.

Choir Years 4-6

Monday 10.50am–11.35am KM8, Music and Drama Theatre Mrs Emily Newton – Ensemble Conductor Mr Hunter Brown – Accompanist This ensemble is open to all students in Years 4 to 6 who wish to sing in a choir. Emphasis is placed on ensemble etiquette, sight singing and rhythmic and melodic understanding. This ensemble is focused on developing a love of music at a young age, in a fun and nurturing environment. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year.

Choir College Chorale

Monday 3.30pm–4.30pm Ken Thamm Lecture Theatre Mrs Emily Brewis – Ensemble Director Mr Hunter Brown – Accompanist This ensemble is open to all students in the Secondary School who wish to sing in a choir. Emphasis is placed on ensemble etiquette, sight singing and rhythmic and melodic understanding. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year.

Choir Immanuel’s Vocal Ensemble

Monday 4.30pm–5.00pm Ken Thamm Lecture Theatre Mrs Emily Brewis – Ensemble Director Mr Hunter Brown – Accompanist This ensemble is open to advanced vocal students in the Secondary School who wish to be part of an advanced vocal ensemble. Advanced vocal technique is a requirement for this ensemble.


Concert Band

Monday 7.30am–8.30am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mrs Emily Bonar – Ensemble Conductor This ensemble is for students in Years 4 to 7 with addition of some Secondary students on beginner/second instruments. The ensemble is open to all students who play a woodwind, brass or percussion instrument at an intermediate or better level. Emphasis is placed on tone development, technique development and sight reading. The ensemble regularly takes part in College performances and activities. Students are encouraged to undertake group/individual lessons on their chosen instrument. Once they reach an advanced level of tone and technique they will be invited to join Symphonic Band.

Brass Ensemble

Thursday 1.10pm–1.50pm Mr Nelson Oakley – Ensemble Director This ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble for students studying trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, baritone or tuba who are at an advanced level. Emphasis is placed on small ensemble techniques including tone development, tuning and balance. Students must be of an advanced performance standard. This ensemble represents Immanuel in public performances and competitions.

Flute Ensemble 1

Wednesday 1.10pm–1.40pm Mrs Emily Bonar – Ensemble Director This ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble for students studying flute at the College who are at an advanced level. Emphasis is placed on small ensemble techniques including tone development, tuning and balance. Students must be of an advanced performance standard. This ensemble represents Immanuel in public performances and competitions.

Flute Ensemble 2

Tuesday 3.00pm–3.30pm Mrs Emily Bonar – Ensemble Director This ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble for students studying flute at the College who are at an intermediate level. Emphasis is placed on small ensemble techniques including tone development, tuning and balance. Students must be of an advanced performance standard.

Rock Band Mentoring Program

Mrs Emily Newton – Rock Band Mentoring Program Coordinator and Ensemble Director Mr Ed Bettega – Ensemble Director The College offers a number of avenues for students to become involved in a rock band experience. These experiences are aimed at those who study voice, drums, electric guitar and electric bass at the College. Students are asked to speak directly with the Instrumental Music Coordinator or Mrs Emily Newton (Rock Band Mentoring Program Coordinator) if they wish to be involved in one of Immanuel’s rock bands. Tuesday 7.30am–8.40am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mrs Emily Bonar – Ensemble Conductor This ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble for students studying woodwind, brass or percussion at the College. This ensemble represents Immanuel in public performances and competitions. Advanced performance techniques are required. Serious band literature is selected from a variety of periods in music history. Students in this ensemble are encouraged to undertake individual lessons on their chosen instrument.

Symphonic Band

Stage Band

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Wednesday 7.30am–8.30am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Miss Genevieve Birch – Ensemble Conductor This ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble. Emphasis is placed on tone and technique developments and sight reading skills. Jazz theory and improvisation is included in the development of this ensemble. This ensemble represents Immanuel in public performances and competitions.


Vivace String Ensemble

Tuesday 3.30pm–5.00pm KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mrs Julie-Anne O’Reilly – Ensemble Conductor This premier ensemble is an invitation-only ensemble for students studying a string instrument, excluding guitar, at the College. This ensemble represents Immanuel in public performances and competitions. Advanced performance techniques are required. Serious string ensemble repertoire is selected from a variety of periods in music history. Students in this ensemble are encouraged to undertake individual lessons on their instrument.

Worship Band

Friday 7.30am–8.30am KM8, Music and Drama Centre Mr Stefan Volejnik – Ensemble Director This ensemble is for students studying vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric bass, percussion and piano at the College. Emphasis is placed on preparing and performing worship music for both College and community events. This ensemble performs weekly. Students are encouraged to speak with Mr Stefan Volejnik if they are interested in joining. This ensemble is open to new students for the entire academic year.

For further information on any of the above musical ensembles, please contact Immanuel’s Instrumental Music Co-ordinator Mrs Emily Bonar via E: bonare@immanuel.qld.edu.au

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Sport Participation in sport is an integral part of life at Immanuel. Sport unites students by providing shared opportunities for recreation, physical fitness, developing friendships and instilling values such as working together for a common goal. Students are encouraged to participate to the best of their ability and to display true sportsmanship. The social enjoyment and skill development aspects are encouraged rather than the ‘win at all costs’ attitude. How you play the game is important at Immanuel. Immanuel is a member of a number of sports associations that allows students to represent the College in a wide variety of local, regional and state sporting competitions. The different activities and competitions are shown below. Australian Rules Football (AFL) Years 7–10

Term 1 Venues across the Sunshine Coast Queensland Schools Cup 7–9; Queensland Schools Cup 10–12 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Basketball Years 7–12

Terms 3 and 4 Games: Friday night at venues across the Sunshine Coast $50.00 per player includes uniform Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au All Year Sunshine Coast Phoenix Basketball Wednesday night at venues across the Sunshine Coast $275.00 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

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Cricketeers Years 4–6

Terms 1 to 2 Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am Mr Bryson Mahon E: mahonb@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Cross Country Running and Athletics Club Years 7–12

Commencing Week 6 of Term 1 to the end of Term 3 Thursday, 7.00am, Main Oval Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au Mrs Sandy Minke E: minkes@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Equestrian

September Nambour Showgrounds Show jumping competition. Immanuel enters teams dependent on numbers and riding ability. The competition involves over 200 competitors from around 50 different schools. Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Gymnastics Club Years 1–6

All year Wednesday, 10.50am–11.35am, Primary School Hall and Main Oval Mr Michael Johnson E: johnsonm@immanuel.qld.edu.au

ILC Soccer Club U6–U17 years of age

Terms 2 to 3 Venues across the Sunshine Coast $160.00–$180.00 registration, approximately. President Michael Fitzgerald W: http://soccer.immanuel.qld.edu.au/


ILC Sports Enthusiasts Years 1–6

All Year Tuesday, 10.50am–11.35am, P4 Students will be involved in participating and competing as an ILC team in a series of community sporting events throughout the year. These will involve swimming and running and will include events such as the Mooloolaba Mile (Ocean swim), Triathlon Pink, All Schools Triathlon Event, Schools Aquathon Challenge (Run, swim, Run), the QLD Schools Swimming Relay challenge and possibly more. Students will have the opportunity to wear the ILC colours with pride as they have fun and compete in community sporting events. Mrs Kylie Johannessen E: johannessenk@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Netball 5–18 years of age

Terms 1 to 3 Saturday morning, Fishermans Road, Maroochydore $85.00-$255.00 registration President: Mr Craig Dunstone E: ilcnetball@gmail.com

Netball Years 7-12

Terms 1 to 2 Monday night, Fishermans Road, Maroochydore $75.00 Mrs Linda Cornell E: cornelll@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Netball – external competitions Years 6–9

Vicki Wilson Cup (Years 7-9) Primary School Cup (Years 6-7) Mrs Linda Cornell E: cornelll@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Rowing Years 7–12

Before school Maroochy Rowing Club at Bli Bli Fee based, independent of ILC info@maroochyriverrowing.com.au

Rugby 7s SCISSA U13, U15, U17

Term 1 training Monday and Wednesday afternoons Term 2 matches are played on a Wednesday afternoon/evening Matches are played at a range of school venues, including Immanuel $75.00 for U13-U15 players, $100.00 for U17 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Running Club Years 1–6

All Year Wednesday, 10.50am–11.35am, Primary School Hall and Main Oval Mr Michael Johnson E: johnsonm@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Sailing – Academy of Sailing 8–16 years of age

Monday, after school 46 David Low Way (launch in front of Maroochydore Waterfront Hotel) Fee based, independent of ILC Mr Robbie Lea Academy of Sailing M: 0409 767 415

Swim Squad From 6 years of age

Primary-Senior squads train Monday-Friday from 5.00am and two afternoons per week. Mini squads train from 6.45am three mornings a week plus two afternoon sessions. Immanuel Aquatic Centre Fee based, independent of ILC. ILC students receive a 10% discount. Mrs Janelle Pallister, Big Red Swim School M: 0414 781 806.

SCISSA Sports Years 4–6

All Year Thursday, 2.00pm–3.00pm plus a full day Gala Day each term Students in play a variety of team sports against students from other independent schools

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SCISSA Soccer Years 7–12

Terms 1 and 4 Wednesday afternoon competition, home and away fixtures Term 1, Years 11–12 (Senior) Term 4, Years 9–10 (Intermediate) and Years 7–8 (Junior) $50.00 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

SCISSA Tennis 2 divisions A and B

Term 2 Wednesday, 4.00pm–6.00pm, Home and away fixtures $60.00 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

SCISSA Touch Football Years 7–12

Term 3, Wednesday afternoon competition Home and away fixtures Years 7–8 (Junior); Years 9–10 (Intermediate); Years 11–12 students (Senior) $50.00 Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

SCISSA Volleyball Years 7–12

Terms 1 and 2 Wednesday, 4.00pm–6.00pm Home and away fixtures Term 1 Years 7–8 (Junior); Years 9–10 (Intermediate); Term 2 Years 11–12 (Senior) $50.00 Mr Craig Harris E:harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Ski Trip Year 12

September School Holidays Mr Rod Blom E: blomr@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Touch Football Carnivals Years 5–6

Terms 2 and 3 10.50am–11.35am, A2 There are two Carnivals, The Sunshine Coast Primary All Schools is in June (Caboolture) and the Queensland All Schools is in November (Brisbane). Ms Tahnee Castles E: castlest@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Volleyball Queensland Schools Cup

Term 3 Each year, Immanuel sends an Open Boys and Open Girls team to the Queensland Schools Cup in Brisbane. Team selection and training commences in Term 2. Mr Todd Sobey E: sobeyt@immanuel.qld.edu.au

Tennis coaching Prep-Year 6

Tuesday and Thursday, before school Fee based, independent of ILC Maroochydore Tennis Club T: 5443 6174

Snow Sports Years 4-12

Term 2/3 school holiday Queensland Interschool Snowsports Championships Perisher, NSW Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

For further information concerning sporting opportunities in Prep to Year 7, please contact Primary School Physical Education Teacher Mr Michael Johnson johnsonm@immanuel.qld.edu.au For further information concerning sporting opportunities in Years 8 to 12, please contact Head of Sport Mr Craig Harris E: harrisc@immanuel.qld.edu.au

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Outdoor Education Immanuel’s second campus at the Mount Binga Outdoor Education Centre was established in the early 1980s. For more than 30 years Immanuel students have spent time at Mount Binga – which is located on the Blackbutt Range – learning the value of selfreflection, leadership, self-sufficiency and how to face life’s challenges head on. Mount Binga is an integral part of an Immanuel education with all Year 10 students undertaking a four-week course at Mount Binga during Semester One. All students experience an accompanied hike early in the program as well as a student-planned hike later in the course. Time is spent developing bush survival skills such as building shelters; firefighting; map reading and compass work; and developing knowledge of bush vegetation, food and water conservation. The Mt Binga program epitomises an Immanuel education. It has been developed in alignment with the College’s core values to foster personal growth; spiritual awakening; resilient, healthy pursuits; community spirit; and living out a positive attitude. It represents our commitment to provide students with the resources they need to become young people who make positive contributions as citizens within and beyond the College community. Mt Binga is not the only outdoor education experience that Immanuel students undertake. The College has a comprehensive program that starts in Prep with an excursion in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Students have their first ‘camp out’ in Year 2. The College’s various camps and trips are outlined below. Year 2 Camp – Sea Life Mooloolaba (1 night / 2 days) Year 3 Camp – Luther Heights, Coolum (2 nights / 3 days) Year 4 Camp – Maranatha, Yandina (2 nights / 3 days) Year 5 Camp – Mount Binga, Blackbutt (2 nights / 3 days) Year 6 Camp – Canberra (5 nights / 6 days) Year 7 Camp – Woodford, Sunshine Coast (2 nights / 3 days) Year 8 Camp – Neurum Creek Bush Retreat, Sunshine Coast (3 nights / 4 days) Year 9 Camp – Mt Barney, Gold Coast (4 nights / 5 days) Year 10 Camp – Mount Binga (30 days) Year 11 Moreton Island Camp – (4 nights / 5 days) Year 12 Ski Trip – (non-compulsory)

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2018 Primary School Schedule - At a glance TERM 1 2018 MONDAY Years 4-6 Choir Sensory Support Science Club

TERM 2 2018 MONDAY Years 4-6 Choir Sensory Support Debating

TERM 3 2018 MONDAY Years 4-6 Choir Debating Sensory Support

TERM 4 2018 MONDAY Years 4-6 Choir Sensory Support

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TUESDAY Beginner Band Running Club Coding Club Sensory Support Cricketeers Performance Poetry

WEDNESDAY String Ensemble Gymnastics Club Chess Club Construction Club Sensory Support

THURSDAY Eco Club Sensory Support ILC Sports Enthusiasts

FRIDAY Years 1-3 Choir Prep Choir SRC (Fortnightly)

TUESDAY Beginner Band Running Club Coding Club Art Club Sensory Support Cricketeers Performance Poetry

WEDNESDAY String Ensemble Gymnastics Club Chess Club Construction Club Sensory Support

THURSDAY Readers Cup Eco Club TOM Sensory Support ILC Sports Enthusiasts

FRIDAY 1-3 Choir Prep Choir SRC (Fortnightly) Qld AllSchools Touch

TUESDAY Beginner Band Running Club Art Club Get Moving Get Making Sensory Support

WEDNESDAY String Ensemble Gymnastics Club Construction Club Sensory Support

THURSDAY Buranga Waseda TOM Sparkies Construction Club Oktoberfest Sensory Support ILC Sports Enthusiasts

FRIDAY 1-3 Choir Prep Choir SRC (Fortnightly) Qld Allschools Touch German Speaking Competition

TUESDAY Beginner Band Running Club 7am Get Moving Get Making Sensory Support

WEDNESDAY String Ensemble Gymnastics Club Construction Club Sensory Support

THURSDAY Sparkies Construction Club Sensory Support ILC Sports Enthusiasts

FRIDAY Years 1-3 Choir Prep Choir SRC (Fortnightly)


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