Michael Appleton

Hello and welcome to Central Queensland Christian College!

We are dedicated to helping each child reach their potential: academically, spiritually and socially, in a safe, caring environment.

We encourage students to enjoy friends, fun, learning, and life itself.

Please consider enrolling your child, preparing them for their future.

Warmest regards,

Michael Appleton,

Status Update Re Water Supply

Dear Parents,
You are probably already aware of the current water situation in Rockhampton but I am sharing the Council's update below in case you missed it.
In response to this situation, CQCC has arranged a supply of bottled water and will allocate one bottle per student per day.
While the water in our pipes is currently deemed safe we are aware that some people are experiencing headaches and nausea. We are taking this measure to ensure students can stay focused on learning. It is also a contingency if the water supply does become unsuitable.
Warmest regards,
Michael Appleton


Newsletter Created by Year 9-12 Students

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Year 5-6 Visual Arts Lesson at home 20 Feb 2015

From Miss Toohey:
This is the moth the Year 5/6 students discovered outside the classroom earlier today. Some of the students were a bit disappointed to miss out on their art lesson tomorrow. We have placed this photo on our website so students can see it to draw.

Instructions for Year 5/6 Students:
Study this photo of a moth. Take note of the shapes, lines & colours.
Practise your observational drawing skills and try to copy this moth in the same detail.
Remember, you may need to draw it more than once! Keep all your copies and number them in the order drawn.

Click on the link to enlarge it

School Closed Friday 20 February 2015

We have been watching the movements of Cyclone Marcia closely throughout the day and it is currently predicted that it will cross the coast tomorrow morning near Yeppoon, with Rockhampton experiencing winds of up to 150km per hour. While the rain is very welcome and we pray that it would go right out West, we are also praying that there would be no damage or destruction.

Even if Marcia fizzled out and become a rain depression, it is likely that we will receive a lot of rain in the next 24hrs with the possibility of flash flooding.

In light of these conditions, please be advised that there will be no school tomorrow.

At this time we encourage each family to make appropriate preparations for the cyclone and stay up-to-date through local media.

We pray that each one of you will be kept safe through this time and we look forward to seeing everyone again on Tuesday as Monday is a Pupil-Free Day.

Warmest regards,
Michael Appleton

Newsletter 6 February 2015

Ready, Set, Go!

Athletics DayAthletics Day
2014’s Athletics Day went well as the students put
their best effort into each of the events. The
students were able to participate in events such as
sprints, shot put, discus and long jump. Parents,
friends, family and past students came to watch and
encourage the students throughout the day. Thank

Robotics Competition

Once again our talented robotics team has shown their
skills at the CQU Robotics Competition. The team has
put much time and effort into building the robots this
year, so it was good to see their hard work was
rewarded. Senior won 1st and 2nd Dance, Primary won
3rd Dance.

'Start Uni Now'

Congratulations to Isaac Jenkins for receiving a
“Distinction” on his “Start Uni Now” (SUN) Subject
at CQUniversity. After choosing SUN as an alternate
path into University, Isaac has been working hard to
reach his goals. All the effort has paid off and
Isaac was presented his certificate during Assembly.

Mathletics Awards

This week, three students received Mathletics awards
to recognise the hard work they have put into the program.
Certificates are awarded for the high number of activities
students have mastered, receiving 85% or more. Connor,
Patrick and Brielle were given their certificates during
School Assembly.

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