“Educating students in Christian leadership for tomorrow’s generation” Thursday, May 5, 2011
Happy Mother’s Day We hope all Mums are well and truly pampered on Sunday. At Noah’s Ark and in the primary school this week, mums were invited into the classroom for our annual Mothers’ Afternoon. Noah’s Ark rooms were a hive of activity as both mums and children enjoyed special refreshments and played together. Each room provided baked treats for their mums, lovingly created by the children with a little help from their teachers. Koalas also made special natural fruit sorbets with help from Kalani West’s mum, Kelly. Mums also took home Mothers Day treasures lovingly made by their children. Thank you to all our mums and grandmas for the wonderful job you do and we wish you a happy Mother’s Day.
KING’S CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Early Learning Programs Full of Beans! How does your garden grow? Children at Noah’s Ark are excitedly watching the growth of flowering plants and vegetables assisted by ideal seasonal growing conditions. Beans are already producing, with children tasting fresh, crunchy green and yellow varieties.
Parenting with Power Scripture of the week: “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”
Immediate Affirmation Produces Results Immediate praise for work well done is very motivating. It’s important to catch your children doing something right. Not only do you want to affirm behaviour but also you want to encourage the character development that you see growing. Use words like, “You’re becoming very responsible” or, “I like the way you are learning to be kind.” Praise goes a long way to build good habits. It’s like sowing good seeds. When my son Levi was four years old, we had a problem with him complaining at mealtimes, especially when vegetables were on his plate. No matter what my wife served, he moaned. So we created a “Good Attitude at Mealtime” chart. It wasn’t fancy or elaborate, just a piece of large paper. We told him that when he saw what was for dinner, he could either say something positive or say nothing at all. If he did this then he would get a star on his chart. If he complained …, no star for that meal! We drew cute little stars with different colours. We put faces on them and hats. Levi loved it. He had so much fun with his chart that he would eagerly ask what was for each meal, just so he could respond correctly and get a new and different star. We told him that if he got 10 stars, we would give him a treat. The star chart helped us break the bad habit of complaining. This idea is not just for young children who just seem to eat up our praise. Teenagers need praise too, and lots of it. Often the faults of older children are glaringly obvious and quite scary for us as parents. Try not to point out the things your children do wrong but the things they do right. Be determined to catch your teens or young adults doing something right and praise their character and maturity. You’ll be surprised at the results. Strategy for the week: Look for ways to praise your children whenever possible. Don’t just focus on a child’s weaknesses. Praise goes a long way to develop a positive attitude in our children about the changes they need to make. Remember to not just focus on behaviour though. Tell children what you like about the character they are demonstrating through those positive behaviours. ~ In His service, Klaus Knobloch and Rosemary Whincop Page 2 - Thursday, May 5, 2011
Time to celebrate Mother’s Day again!! My thoughts go to all mums who are raising children alone; to those who are carers for children with a disability; to those whose children have a terminal illness or are fighting cancer or are in hospital. Being a mum under normal circumstances brings with it times of worry and concern let alone coping in the above circumstances.. However I have no doubt that there are also times of great fun and rejoicing. In all circumstances though we know that we can trust our ever faithful heavenly Father to guide and strengthen us.
SHE’LL GIVE JESUS HER CARES Sometimes a mother is faced with a burden that seems too heavy to bear; But then the Saviour speaks lovingly to her, “Come, cast on Me all your care.” She knows; She knows His love; He understands when there’s no one there; Jesus will give her His courage and comfort-Yes, she’ll give Jesus her cares. Sometimes a mother is lonely and frightened; No one to comfort and guide; Then in the tempest she hears Jesus whisper, “Peace, child, I’m here by your side.”
Happy parenting. And so it is. Maintain good relationships. Bring heaven to earth. Fear prevents, faith prevails. God bless. True meaning of Easter. Celebrate the risen Christ. Happy Mother’s Day to all our mums. ~ Rhonda Bevan, Head of Secondary
Special guest at this week’s chapels was Mrs Suzette Beltran, a parent from our school and local Christian music recording artist. This month, Suzette is launching her brand new album, entitled “In the Kingdom”, using it to glorify Jesus and spread a message of faith and hope to the Gold Coast and the world. Students of varying ages thoroughly enjoyed Suzette’s ministry and can obtain a copy of the album by contacting her on 0421 437 513 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or expressing interest on her website - suzettebeltran.com. au Next week, Mr Davis will address the whole primary school in the ampitheatre (weather permitting) at 2.20pm on how to be a “Superkid”. All are welcome!
She knows; She knows His love; He understands when there’s no one there; Jesus will give her His courage and comfort-Yes, she’ll give Jesus her cares. ~ Connie Faust ~ Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30 NIV Bible The above poem can be sung to the tune of “Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Calling.” It was written to honor Nancy, a widow, who cared for her grown daughter Karen with a mother’s love and devotion. Karen had the mentality of about a 3-year-old. There are some mothers like Nancy whose close walk with God is the only explanation for their joy in motherhood. May God richly bless every “Nancy” in this world.
Dates for your diary
May May May May May May May
9-12 12 13 16 17
Primary APS Rd 2 HS APS Rd 3 P-7 Mothers’ Afternoon Yrs 3, 5, 7 & 9 National Testing Primary APS Rd 3 HS APS Rd 4 Open Night APS Cross Country
For more details and updates visit the website www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au click on calendar. Thursday, May 5, 2011 - Page 3
General School Fees Accounts News
• Term 2 fees were due Friday 29th April unless you are on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment plan. Music and dance fees, where applicable, will be charged on your next statement and need to be paid separate to your payment plan. • Payment plans can be paid via direct debit or BPay on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. • Credit card plans can be set up automatically on the 15th, 26th of each month or the first week of term. • To organise a plan please contact Elaine in admin via email: email@example.com Statements will be sent to your email address. For email address changes please email accountsreceivable@ kingscollege.qld.edu.au
God Loves Us All Quote from “Walk in Faith” by Ray McCauley When Jesus heard that, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. But go and learn what this means, ‘I desire mercy not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.” Matthew 9:12-13 Mercy is compassion and it compels one to see others as valuable and precious. An incident that changed my life took place one night in Zimbabwe after we had just held an anointed meeting. Some friends and I were returning to the hotel when a drunk came in and fell down in front of me at the lift. He was unshaven, stinking and foul. I looked at him with disdain when the Spirit of God said to me, “The only difference between him and you is Me.” God loved us when we were unlovely. True spiritual maturity does not breed arrogance, it breeds humility. Allow the love of God which has been shed abroad in your heart to well up and become a spring of life reaching out to those who so desperately need His saving grace. Without Jesus we are all in trouble.
NAPLAN Test Dates
(National Assessment Program; Literacy and Numeracy)
Attention: Year 3, 5, 7 & 9 Parents We encourage you not to make plans for the following days May 9-12 as all students across the country in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will be expected to complete national testing (NAPLAN) on Tuesday 10, Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May. Being on time to school is essential during this time. Please ensure that there are minimal interruptions to your child’s life during this time and that each night your child is getting a good night’s sleep and regular meals. NAPLAN is made up of tests in the four domains of reading, writing, language conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and numeracy. NAPLAN assesses skills in literacy and numeracy that are developed over time, through the school curriculum. NAPLAN is not a pass or fail type test, but rather shows how individual students are progressing in numeracy and literacy skills against national standards for all Australian children. All students are encouraged to participate in the tests. Students with a disability may qualify for special provisions that reflect the support normally provided to them in the classroom. An individual student NAPLAN report will be issued later this year. Parents can use this information to monitor how their child is progressing and to identify any areas of concern. Parents may also wish to use their child’s results to discuss progress with teachers. More information is available at www.naplan.edu.au. Thank you for your attention to these dates. Mrs Kim Bohlsen Deputy Head of Primary (Administration)
Miss Venessa Lean Dean of Middle Schooling
Begin to see others as God the Father sees them. He loved each of us so very much that He sent His only Son to die on the cross - it was an awesome price that He paid for each of us. We are valuable to Him and should be to each other.
Bible Study - Thursday mornings 9.00am, Barista Cafe Main Key Women meetings 1st Thursday evening of the month 7.00pm For more information please phone the church office 5593 4233 or Noreen O’Brien 0407 740793.
If you wish to contact Guy Ormerod, College Chaplain, you can write to - firstname.lastname@example.org or pastoral care: Kerrilee Walsingham - email@example.com
“Key Women”… A ministry of King’s Christian Centre
Car Park Attendant
We are seeking someone who is able to work for 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon, Monday to Friday during term time to assist with traffic flow in the main car park. If you are interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact main reception on 5587 7600.
An expensive bracelet was found on one of the King’s buses. If any student has lost one, come to main administration and describe the bracelet to claim it.
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Parents, Caregivers and Students
There is a new, exciting, daily special menu for Term 2. Please see tuckshop for menu or view menu on the College website. Thank you, Anne, Metro Canteens.
Years 10, 8T, V, W and X have been provided with an offer of oral health care pack to take home. If your child is enrolled in one of the year levels listed above and did not receive a pack and you would like to arrange for your child to receive oral health care, please contact the Oral health Call Centre 1300 300 850, Monday to Friday 8.00am - 4.30pm excluding public holidays. If your child requires disability access please identify this requirement with the Call Centre Operator.
District Cross Country
With a beautiful sunny morning on Tuesday the King’s team met at Pizzey Park for the Gold Coast South District Cross Country Carnival. The students competed well in fields of well over 100 students. Five students qualified for the regional carnival by finishing in the top 10 and they include: 10yr - Tiffany Chavez and Sophia Muller; 12yr – Erika Chavez, Dimitee Coventry and Brandon Shiel-Butera. Three of these students finished in the top 3 and received an age champion medallion: 2nd – Tiffany and Erika Chavez; 3rd – Dimitee Coventry. Congratulations to all of our runners. We wish the runners competing at regionals every success. Our next inter school cross country carnival will be the APS on May 17.
District Athletics Trial Nomination
The District Athletics Carnival will be held in Week 5 of Term 2 – much earlier than usual. As this is well before the college athletics carnival 10, 11 and 12 yr old students interested gaining a place on the college team to compete at the district carnival are invited to trial for a position. Students must complete a trial nomination form for the event/s they wish to trial for. Trial Date: Wednesday, May 11, 3:15 – 4:30pm (high jump, shot put and 100m) Friday, May 13, 2:10 – 3:10pm (long jump, discus, 200m and 800m) Trial nomination forms are available from Upper Primary Reception. Forms must be submitted by Tuesday, May 10. ~ Lindsay Genge, Primary sport Coordinator
On the 28th April, Jack Castles, Nathaniel Williams, Mai Phillips, Bradley Harris, Jae Boston and Adelle Venter were selected to represent south Gold Coast at a regional hockey carnival at Hunt Park Labrador. The purpose of the day was to pick a team to play at a state carnival in Mackay. Occasional showers didn’t dampen our enthusiasm. Both the girls and boys teams earned convincing victories against Beenleigh District then faced stiffer competition from the north Gold Coast. The girls lost their first game 1-nil but held on for a 1-all draw despite having no goal keeper! We faced the added challenge of playing out of our preferred positions and were unable to regain the excellent team work of our earlier game. In the end, north Gold Coast retained the trophy. Congratulations to all the students on a great effort and positive attitude and thanks to the referrees and organisers for a great carnival. ~ Mai Phillips and Nathaniel Williams, Year 7 Thursday, May 5, 2011 - Page 5
Primary UPPER PRIMARY SPORT TERM 2 WEEKLY DRAW ROUND 3 May 12 KING’S TEAMS OPPOSITION
Boys Volleyball 1 Boys Volleyball 2 Girls Volleyball 1 Girls Volleyball 2 Boys Newcombeball 1 Boys Newcombeball 2 Girls Newcombeball 1 Girls Newcombeball 2 Junior A1 Netball Junior A2 Netball Junior B1 Netball Junior B2 A Netball Senior A1 Netball Senior A2 Netball Senior B1 Netball Senior B2 Netball Junior Boys Soccer 1 Junior Boys Soccer 2 Senior Boys Soccer 1 Senior Boys Soccer 2 Junior Girls Soccer 1 Junior Girls Soccer 2 Senior Girls Soccer 1 Senior Girls Soccer 2 Junior Boys Hockey 1 Junior Boys Hockey 2 Senior Boys Hockey Senior Girls Hockey Year 4 Rugby Year 5 Rugby Year 6 Rugby Year 7 Rugby Senior Boys A Tennis Senior Boys B Tennis Senior Girls A Tennis Senior Girls B Tennis Junior Boys A Tennis Junior Boys B Tennis Junior Girls A Tennis Junior Girls B Tennis
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A B Paterson College All Saints Anglican School A B Paterson College All Saints Anglican School St Stephens College All Saints Anglican School St Stephens College All Saints Anglican School
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Secondary High School Sport Dates for the Diary • • •
Friday May 6th APS Rd 3 v Somerset College Friday May 13th APS Rd 4 v Coomera Anglican College Tuesday 17th May APS Cross Country at Runaway Bay
Cross Country We congratulate Rayleigh for winning our annual Cross Country, held on the last day of the Term 1. Final scores were: 1st Rayleigh 3254 3rd Newton 3034 2nd Tyndale 3176 4th Finney 2805 The top 10 runners from each age group have now qualified for the APS Cross Country to be held on Tuesday 17th May at Runaway Bay. Notes for those who have qualified have been distributed and need to be returned this week.
Golfing Success Kanami Iwama recently finished 16th in the Queensland Open Women’s Golf tournament over the holidays. Well done, Kanami! Another two outstanding golf performances were recently recorded by King’s students. Dee Dee Russell won the prestigious Greg Norman tournament in her age group and has now qualified for the Australian Masters event. Ricky Ro finished 2nd in his age group in the same tournament and has also qualified for the Australian Masters. This is exceptional work by these two hard working players and we wish them all the very best as they prepare for the Masters. Great work!
Australian Life Saving championships Ashleigh Meuwissen competed at the Surf Life Saving Australian Titles in April. Ashleigh competed in the U/17 & U/19s. Her results were as follows: U/17 Swim Team 3rd place U/17 Board Relay 6th place U/17 Board Rescue 8th place U/17 Swim Team 3rd place U/17 Board Relay 6th place U/17 Board Rescue 8th place U/19 Board Relay 3rd place U/19 Board Rescue 6th place U/19 Board Relay 3rd place U/19 Board Rescue 6th place Super work Ashleigh!
Dee Dee Russell
Australian Diving Championships Madeline Bone has recently returned from the Australian Age Championships with a bronze medal in the 14-18 years synchronised 3 metre diving event. She also placed 5th in platform, just missing out on a medal by only a few points. At last month’s Queensland titles she got silver in platform and silver in synchronised. Madeline will now compete in platform, springboard and synchronised events in the school sport nationals for King’s. Well done Madeline. We wish her all the very best for the nationals.
Waterpolo Mikayla Soper competed in the Queensland club championships over the recent holidays. As a result Mikayla has now qualified for the national championships in October. Great work, Mikayla! continued on page 8
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Secondary National & Queensland Swimming Championships Kingâ€™s had six students qualify for the Queensland and National swimming championships over the holidays. Mikaela Rawlings swam at the Qld Scholastic State Championships, the age nationals in Adelaide and also the nationals in Sydney over the holidays. This outstanding lady finished with a ranking of 6th in the 50m freestyle in her age in Australia. She also broke the 100m freestyle record at the Queensland Scholastic Championships. Mikaela is on her first break for two years after training diligently up to ten sessions per week. What an incredible list of achievements! Taylor Rawlings competed at the Qld school championships and the age nationals. He finished the season being ranked 20th in Australia in his age in the 100m freestyle and 22nd in 50m freestyle. Taylor, also swum many PBs at these elite carnivals and he has had a fantastic season. Well done, Taylor. At the Secondary School State Championships, Josh Winnington competed in the 200m freestyle, 200m backstroke, 200m IM, 400m IM, 400m freestyle and 1500m open freestyle. He swam a PB in every race and in the 1500m open freestyle, he finished 4th. He also swam a great time in his 400m free to win bronze and was selected to represent Queensland at the National School Championships in Melbourne later this year. Over the school holidays, Josh also flew to Adelaide to compete at the Australian age championships. He swam in the 400m freestyle, 400m IM and 800m freestyle. He swam a PB in every race. He swam a 9 second PB in the 800m freestyle final to finish as the 8th fastest Australian 13 year old. Well done, Josh.
Adrian Gomm finished 22nd in the 200m breaststroke and 35th in the 100m breaststroke at the age nationals in Adelaide. He also finished 4th in those events at the Qld Scholastic Titles. Excellent work Adrian! Sebastian Torales competed in the 100m and 200m breaststroke at the Qld school championships, swimming a PB in the 100m. Well done, Sebastian. Lachlan Sergis competed at the school state and swam in the 400m freestyle and finished in the top 10. Well done, Lachlan!
Hinterland District Trials We congratulate a number of our students who were successful in making Hinterland teams last week. In the U/15 soccer Wade Dolan, James Ellins and Jayden Reid were all successful. In the U/15 rugby Hayden Nagy was also selected. These four boys will now participate at the regional championships this week. We wish them all the very, very best. Well done boys. We would also like to congratulate the 20 students who attended these trials and missed out on selection. Well done, they made a valiant effort. Keep up the good work! ~ Peter Gillett, Secondary Sport Co-ordinator
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Secondary Secondary Sport On Friday 29th April, Kingâ€™s played AB Paterson College in Round 2 of the APS competition. A summary of results is listed below: Boys Sport Team Soccer Year 8 Year 9 Junior C1 Inter Open A Open B Hockey Junior Senior Volleyball Junior A Junior B Inter A Open A Open B Open C Rugby Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 2nd XV Tennis Junior A Junior B Open A Open B Open C Girls Soccer Year 8 Year 9 Junior C1 Inter Open A Open B Hockey Junior Volleyball Junior A Junior B Inter A Inter B Open A Open B Netball Year 8A Year 8B Year 9A Year 9B Junior T2A Junior T2B Year 10A Year 10B Open A Open B Open C Open D Tennis Junior A Junior B Open A Open B Open C
ABP v KCC Win Score Wash Out ABP 8-1 Wash Out ABP 5-1 ABP 4-2 ABP 6-0 Wash Out Wash Out ABP 3-1 ABP 2-1 KCC For KCC 3-1 KCC 3-1 KCC 3-0 KCC 68-0 KCC 39-0 ABP 12-0 KCC 33-0 Wash Out Wash Out Wash Out Wash Out Wash Out ABP ABP Wash Out KCC KCC KCC Wash Out KCC KCC KCC DR ABP ABP KCC ABP ABP ABP CAC EMM KCC Wash Out ABP ABP Wash Out ABP KCC KCC KCC ABP ABP
Player of the Week James Ellins Liam Morris Shaian Carmona
Lincoln Crooks Chad Bowes Wade Snooks Jaden McNamara-Muir Hayden Nagy Isaiah Espiritu Gaurav Yelavarthi
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Veneesha Robertson & Nicole Mathias Georgie Howard
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Emma Case Tessa Neethling Madeline Bone Ilene Allison Jazmyn Fanning Laura Lovett Cassidy Fanning Joanne Ochsner Chelsea Keynes Shirja Strachan Mekayla Date
20-0 22-11 Chloe Calder 12-8 Forfeit Forfeit 6-5 8-5 5-2
Emeliah Kolinac Emily Hyland Emily Blake Brittany Bate Rose Doherty Jazmin White
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