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Christ the King School is a community where individuals are encouraged to express themselves; where the teachings of Jesus Christ are embraced with enthusiasm and used as guidelines for living together in family and wider society; where love and zest for learning are fostered, where all members feel welcome, respected and safe.
Christ the King School is part of a dynamic group of schools in one of the fastest growing areas of Australia. As part of St Eugene’s Parish, Burpengary, we have direct access to St Eugene College, a newly opened Catholic college only 10 minutes away.
Our school has new classrooms, library, admin block and hall and is equipped with the latest resources and technology. By far, our greatest asset is the outstanding staff who, together with parents, create a close family atmosphere in a small school setting. Our learning support programme and network of specialist teachers and school officers ensure that each child’s individual needs are catered for. Our community is made up of people from varied social and religious backgrounds. We provide an inclusive Catholic learning programme for everyone.
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ST VINCENT DE PAUL CHRISTMAS APPEAL
Some classes may receive a little story about the family they are collecting for. Families with multiple children may send one item per child, one item per family or multiple items. It is completely up to you as a family and what you feel comfortable with. Each year St Vinnies are overwhelmed with the generosity of our families here at Christ the King and we look forward to presenting them with overflowing baskets again this year at our final liturgy on Friday 5th of December.
YEAR 6/7 BOWLS
We all played really well and Jolo and Cassie nearly won their section to go to the finals. They ended up coming up third, with the two Mt Cotton teams playing off for gold and silver. A few days later we went to the Australian Premier League at Pine Rivers Bowls Club to watch some world class bowlers play. We met Brett Wilkie (World Singles champion), Lynsey Clarke (current Australian women’s captain), Ryan Bester (Canadian Commonwealth Games silver medallist) and we were interviewed by Mick Molloy from the Australian movie that made lawn bowls famous, Crackerjack.
We have had a great time learning about the game this year and we look forward to continuing to play in the years to come. Patrick Stanley (Year 6/7 Violet)
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