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“Educating students in Christian leadership for tomorrow’s generation” Thursday, October 20, 2011

Year 12 Formal an Evening of Glamour The class of 2011 or the ‘Year of Rapport’ looked glamorous in their gorgeous dresses and smart suits at their formal. This special event was held at the beautiful Links Hope Island where the fountain became a popular backdrop for many a photo. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and will cherish memories from the night as a highlight of their high school life at King’s.

KING’S CHRISTIAN COLLEGE


Early Learning Programs Budding Mathematicians How can I build the tower so it doesn’t fall over? What pattern can I make for the number 4? Can I make 2 towers to be the same? The Noah’s Ark learning environment provides lots of challenge as children explore and experiment with play objects, using mathematical language and developing mathematical understandings.

Primary

Parenting with Power Scripture of the week: Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord. Ephesians 6:7


Insight You Can Use Now Children often compete with each other in order to be first or best. This tendency on the part of children comes from selfishness, a major roadblock to sibling harmony. The solution is to learn how to be a servant, but how do you convince a five-year-old or a twelveyear-old that being a servant is a valuable thing? As parents we have to look for positive ways to frame the maturity issues that we know are best, but seem unreasonable to our children. In this case, you might try having a “Servant for the Day.” This child not only sets the table and takes out the trash but also gets some extra “Mummy time,” helps with dinner, and sits next to Dad during story time. Throughout the course of the day, Mum has an opportunity to talk about more subtle aspects of servanthood that involve how children talk, listen, and even think. Take time to praise demonstrations of servanthood. One child may not get the first turn or the biggest piece, but he gets the praise of Mum for being the mature one. That’s a far more valuable reward. Strategy for the week: Teaching children to be servants will promote harmony in your family. Becoming a servant will help children deal with the continual desire to build themselves up while putting others down. Learning servanthood is a way to honour others in the family and it brings honour back as well. ~ In His service, Klaus Knobloch and Rosemary Whincop

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Secondary

Seize the Day & Do Less

I thought you may enjoy the following that comes from a book Lists to Live By for Simple Living SEIZE THE DAY • When you have the choice between taking the escalator or the stairs, take the stairs. • Place fresh flowers in the places where you live and work. • Visit the Holy Land once in your life. • Smile at babies. • When you take photographs, send some to friends. • Always go the extra mile ... whether for a friend or for a mint-chocolate ice cream. • Whenever you look back on your life, be positive. • If you seek wisdom over opportunity, opportunity will usually follow. • Change is a process, not an event. • Plan to be spontaneous. • Whenever you look ahead, be optimistic. • Enjoy each day as if it were your last. ~ Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz From God Is in the Small Stuff ... and It All Matters DO LESS • Do less thinking and pay more attention to your heart. • Do less acquiring and pay more attention to what you already have. • Do less complaining and pay more attention to giving. • Do less controlling and pay more attention to letting go. • Do less criticising and pay more attention to complimenting. • Do less arguing and pay more attention to forgiveness. • Do less running around and pay more attention to stillness. • Do less talking and pay more attention to silence. ~ Lee L. Jampolsky Reprinted from Smile for No Good Reason 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. Find the joy. Defend the Australian way of life. Encourage goal setting. Be thankful. Bloom where you are. Develop resilience. Too blessed to be stressed. Take time. Encourage a positive attitude. Never quit. Guidance. Help others. Enjoy time. Enjoy life. Happy holidays. Shine. ~ Rhonda Bevan, Head of Secondary

Raise Your Voice Festival

Proudly hosted by Knexion Youth and held at King’s Christian Centre, Raise Your Voice Festival is a one day event for all the young women of the Gold Coast. If you’re in Year 8 or above we’ld love to invite you along! This year’s theme is ‘Clothed In Light’, based on John 1.5: ‘The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it’. Our heart is to see the young women of the Gold Coast united to be the light to this generation. We want to see you equipped and ready to show love, mercy and justice. This year the festival is going to be a full day of fun, excitement, laughter and most of all, encounter with Jesus. We will be holding three main sessions: A morning rally, a lunch session (including a tasty picnic and our “mercy session”) and our finale - a massive celebration to end the festival. We’ll give you plenty of time to go home and get changed before the night session! So from the team at Raise your Voice Festival, we can’t wait to see you ignited, danced-out, fired-up and changed by what God has in store! For more details please see one of our College chaplains or go to www.kings.net.au and follow the links.

ACHTUNG: Art Exhibition

Jenna Abrahams is currently a year 12 art student. Her work entitled ‘Fragile’ has appeared in both the Creative Generations Exhibition and the Energies Exhibition. Staff, students and members of the public are all invited to come and enjoy this free-entry exhibition, at 6 pm in the college library, on the 26th of October, for the tenth annual year 12 art exhibition, for a great night of culture, diversity and the artistic talents of the art class of 2011, and selected year 11 works. The exhibition this year is entitled ACHTUNG: Warning, this exhibition may contain art. The night is open to everyone so please come along and enjoy the high quality work that our young art makers have produced.

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General

Have you ever felt thirsty?

Accounts News

Quote from Power New Testament

• Term 4 fees are now overdue unless you are on an organised payment plan for 2011. Music and Dance fees where applicable will be charged on your next statement. Please ensure all outstanding fees are paid in full by the end of Term 4. • Statements will be sent to your email address. For credit card payments, address changes or queries please email accountsreceivable@kingscollege.qld. edu.au • A term’s notice is necessary in writing if you choose to remove your child from the school. If this is not given, it is school policy to charge the subsequent term’s fees. Please note that all outstanding fees must be paid before ceasing enrolment and all library and textbooks must be returned.        

KING’S RUGBY Monday Yr 10 -11 Gym

TERM 4 Training Times 

Tuesday

Wednesday Morning 7-8am Yr 8-9 Gym Yr 10 -11 Gym

Thursday

Friday

Yr 8-9 Gym

Afternoon 3.30 -5.00pm Yr 8 -11. Core skills  

Epilepsy Top of Mind Symposium

Epilepsy Top of Mind is a one day symposium for people with epilepsy and their families/carers. Date:

Saturday 5th November 2011

Time:

9.00am to 3.30pm (morning tea & lunch provided)

Venue:

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Cost:

$60 per person (includes morning tea and lunch)

Register:

Call 1300 37 45 37 or email epilepsy@epilepsy.org.au

Dates for your diary October 21,22 October 22 October 26 November 2 November 7 November 8 November 11 November 15 November 17 November 18 November 21 November 24 November 25

Raise Your Voice Festival Year 10 Dinner Dance Year 12 Art Showcase Sports Awards Night Yrs 1,2,3 Presentation Night HS Presentation Night Prep Presentation Morning Yrs 4-7 Presentation Night Year 12 Graduation Dinner Year 12 Last Day Noah’s Ark End of Year Concert Christmas Concert Year 7 Graduation Dinner Last Day Term 4

For more details and updates visit the website www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au click on calendar. Page 4 - Thursday, October 20, 2011

KING’S CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

Wouldn’t that suggest you need to get rehydrated? Have you ever felt hungry? Wouldn’t that suggest that you need some nutrition? Have you ever felt lonely? Wouldn’t that suggest you need companionship? Have you ever felt lonely in a crowd? Wouldn’t that suggest that you needed companionship with someone other than another person? God will be there for you! “Don’t fall in love with money. Be satisfied with what you have. The Lord has promised that he will not leave us or desert us.” Count on it! Hebrews 13:5 If you wish to contact Guy Ormerod, College Chaplain, you can write to - guy@kings.net.au or pastoral care: Kerrilee Walsingham - kwalsingham@kingscollege.qld. edu.au

Presentation Night Limited Tickets Available

Compulsory attendance is required for students in years: 8, 10 & 12, as well as students in all year levels who would be performing and/or receiving an award. Award information has been published to students at the High School Office. In order to attend the awards ceremony please complete the form that was sent home with your child no later than Tuesday 25th October so your tickets can be arranged. Thank you in anticipation.

Anaphylaxis

Dear Parents, Across the college, we have a number of children who suffer from life-threatening anaphylaxis. Although allergic reactions to food are common in children, severe life-threatening reactions are uncommon and deaths are rare. However, for children who suffer foodinduced anaphylaxis, the result could be fatal. Children at King’s may have severe reactions to a variety of products, including but not limited to, nuts, fish, milk, eggs and latex. While we realise we cannot control everything, we ask you to think carefully when preparing lunches and snacks for school, especially in the prep and lower primary departments, where children love to share. We ask specifically that if possible you avoid packing nuts, peanut butter sandwiches or bars which contain nuts. We thank you for your assistance in this matter. ~ Andrea Webb, College Nurse

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Primary UPPER PRIMARY SPORT TERM 4 WEEKLY RESULTS ROUND 2 KING'S TEAMS

13th October Win

Score

SSC CAC CAC KCC SOM & ASAS KCC & ASAS

61-50 136-0 77-15 33-27 61-0 & 68-0 19-6 & 21-20

Zak Young & Jayvin Topp Tye Stokes Kylie Abrahams Jake Pittorino Cayd Robertson Juliet May

Senior Boys A Basketball Senior Boys B Basketball Junior Boys A Basketball Junior Boys B Basketball

KCC KCC KCC KCC

39-30 22-6 20-12 18-6

Craig Hales Justin Clark Isaiah Johnstone Ethan Hales

Senior Girls A Basketball Senior Girls B Basketball Junior Girls A Basketball Junior Girls B Basketball

KCC KCC TLC KCC

28-8 22-12 34-2 16-12

Adelle Venter Zoe Briggs Chloe Drummond Brooke Gavin

Senior B Cricket Junior A Cricket Junior B Cricket

SSC EMM ASAS

50-32 18-10 9.04- 8.6

Jona Spence Lewis Kay Andrew Clare

Senior A Softball Senior B Softball Junior A Softball Junior B Tee-Ball

KCC SSC EMM SSC

9-7 21-8 11-1 22-11

Madysen Davis Alyssa Braund Maddy Barr

Senior Boys A Handball Senior Boys B Handball Junior Boys A Handball Junior Boys B Handball

CAC SSC DR KCC

14-2 6-5 7-7 12-3

Josiah Genge Joshua Healey Mizuki Hara

Senior Girls A Handball Senior Girls B Handball Junior Girls A Handball Junior Girls B Handball

SOM & KCC KCC & SOM KCC CAC

11-6 & 8-5 5-3 & 3-1 9-5 9-5

Grace O'Reilly Ruby Wen Kylie Miokovich Anna Penaia

Senior Boys A Touch Senior Boys B Touch Junior Boys A Touch Junior Boys B Touch

KCC CAC KCC ASAS

3-2 5-2 4-1 5-3

Jacob Brett Elijah Winnington Hunter Dare Jack Capel

Senior Girls A Touch Senior Girls B Touch Senior Girls C Touch Junior Girls A Touch Junior Girls B Touch

EMM EMM KCC & ASAS DR KCC

10-1 1-0 2-1 & 2-1 1-1 3-2

Ellie White Kaitlyn Walsh Crystabel Tang Candice Richards Bianca Forrest

Senior Boys 1 AFL Senior Boys 2 AFL Senior Girls AFL Junior Boys 1 AFL Junior Boys 2 AFL Junior Girls AFL

Player of the Week

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Primary UPPER PRIMARY SPORT TERM 4 WEEKLY DRAW ROUND 4

27th October

KING'S TEAMS

OPPOSITION

GAME TIME

VENUE

A B Paterson College Coomera v All Saints A B Paterson College A B Paterson College 1 A B Paterson College 2 All Saints Anglican School 1

1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10

Carrara Carrara Carrara Carrara Carrara Carrara

Senior Boys A Basketball Senior Boys B Basketball Junior Boys A Basketball Junior Boys B Basketball

Somerset College Somerset College Somerset College Somerset College

1.10 1.45 1.10 1.45

Somerset Somerset Somerset Somerset

Senior Girls A Basketball Senior Girls B Basketball Junior Girls A Basketball Junior Girls B Basketball

Somerset College Somerset College Somerset College Somerset College

1.10 1.45 1.10 1.45

Somerset Somerset Somerset Somerset

Senior Boys 1 AFL Senior Boys 2 AFL Senior Girls AFL Junior Boys 1 AFL Junior Boys 2 AFL Junior Girls AFL

Senior B Cricket Junior A Cricket Junior B Cricket

A B Paterson College Somerset College Coomera Anglican College

Senior A Softball Senior B Softball Junior A Softball Junior B Tee-Ball

Trinity Lutheran College A B Paterson College Trinity Lutheran College A B Paterson College

1.00 1.00 1.10 1.10

St Stephens St Stephens Coomera Coomera

Senior Boys A Handball Senior Boys B Handball Junior Boys A Handball Junior Boys B Handball

St Stephens College 1 Somerset College 2 A B Paterson College 2 Somerset College 2

1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10

King's King's King's King's

Senior Girls A Handball Senior Girls B Handball Junior Girls A Handball Junior Girls B Handball

Somerset College 2 Somerset College 1 Coomera Anglican College 2 Somerset College 2

1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10

King's King's King's King's

Senior Boys A Touch Senior Boys B Touch Junior Boys A Touch Junior Boys B Touch

Trinity Lutheran College Trinity Lutheran College Trinity Lutheran College A B Paterson College B1

1.45 1.00 1.45 1.00

Owen Park Owen Park All Saints All Saints

Senior Girls A Touch Senior Girls B Touch Senior Girls C Touch Junior Girls A Touch Junior Girls B Touch

A B Paterson College A B Paterson College All Saints Anglican School 1 A B Paterson College A B Paterson College

1.45 1.00 1.00 1.45 1.00

Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel A B Paterson A B Paterson

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12.45 Runaway Bay 12.45 Somerset 12.45 Somerset


Secondary Secondary Sport Results On Friday, 14th October, King’s played A B Paterson College in the fourth round of the APS summer competition. A summary of results is listed below: Boys Sport Team AFL Junior Open Basketball Year 8 Year 9 Inter A Inter B Open A Open B Cricket Junior Inter 1st X1 Tennis Jnr A Jnr B Open A Open B Open C Touch Year 8 A Year 8 B Year 9 A Year 9 B Junior C1 Junior C2 Int A Int B Open A Open B Waterpolo Junior Mixed 1 Junior Mixed 2

KCC v ABP Win Score ABP 53-20 KCC 119-3 KCC 26-6 KCC 56-26 KCC 25-19 ABP 21-2 ABP 37-31 ABP 37-11 ABP 214 – 11 KCC 4/74 def 8/73 ABP 133 – 102 KCC 14-10 ABP 12-8 KCC 13-7 KCC 14-2 KCC 13-7 DR 4-4 KCC 3-2 KCC 4-0 ABP 2-1 KCC 11-1 ABP 15-0 KCC 3-2 KCC 4-3 ABP 4-1 KCC 6-4 Bye Bye

Player of the Week

Girls AFL Basketball Cricket Softball Tennis Touch

KCC EMM ABP ABP ABP ABP ABP ABP KCC ABP ABP KCC KCC ABP ABP KCC ABP ABP ABP ABP ABP ABP Bye KCC2 KCC2 DR ABP KCC ABP

73-6 31-29 34-5 31-27 44-20 Forfeit 70-23 59-4 135-105 58-53 7-0 10-5 11-1 11-7 11-5 11-7 19-5 11-5 Forfeit 10-0 14-0 3-1

Alicia Green Lola Irwanto Emily Corry Savannah Godinho Nadia Duggan

7-4 7-4 4-4 5-2 7-2 4-3

Hanna James-Hook Zoe Snooks Victoria Pennicott Demii Maher-Smith India Fraser

Junior Open Year 8 Year 9 Inter A Inter B Open A Open B KCC 1 KCC 2 Junior Inter A Inter B Open Jnr A Jnr B Open A Open B Open C Year 8 A Year 8 B Year 9 A Year 9 B Junior C1 Junior C2 Int A Int B Open A Open B

Ricky Hart Wade Snooks Lachlan Hansen Jaebin Lee Caleb Ritchie Craig Beech Tiger Liu Jayden Bolth Luke Walsingham Thomas Gibson Mackenzie Barclay Bryan Lo Max Carey Davien Nijskens Gabriel Chandra Kento Aramaki Wade Papenfus Christian Painter Milan Egic & Tiaan Deysel Cowyn Salon Henry Gooding Levi Barrymoor Jacob Morey Trae Carter-Lewis Matthew Kluver Victor Nieling & Kyle Wilson

Danielle Pautschnig Elizabeth Lockington Rachel van Bavel Kaitlyn Johnston Grace Bell Alaina Johnstone Madeleine Conquest Jessica Choi Tenai Berry Emily Blake Maria Roveri Rampelotti Kimberley Crosland Tate Lindsay Heather Elliott Bronte Hodgins

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Primary

Seussical Fellow Seussians, What a Seusstastic performance last week! You had Seussiasm! Thank you for your hard work and passion for this year’s show. I could watch you perform over and over again. You brought my vision of Seussical Jr. to life! Thank you for being such a Seusstastic cast and a pleasure to work with. I hope you discovered your treasure within. Yours Seussically, Miss Taylor

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