Welcome to Christ the King Catholic Primary School

​​About Christ The King Catholic Primary​​​​

Christ The King Primary School provides an exceptional Catholic education to students in Prep​ to Year 6.

As a small school with just over three hundred and fifty students, we are a vibrant community and pride ourselves on truly knowing our students and families. In 2021​​ our school consists of fourteen ​classes from Prep to Year Six. Our staff of dedicated teachers and school officers provide vigorous and engaging teaching and learning activities to ensure all children have the opportunity to reach their potential. Our teaching and learning vision, jointly constructed by staff and parents encompasses all this in the simple phrase;

"Side by side we are brave, empowered and spirited learners".​​








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Kindness Weekhttp://www.christthekingdbay.qld.edu.au/latest-news-events/Pages/Kindness-Week.aspxKindness Week<div><p>​During the term we celebrated ‘Kindness Week – being a good friend’.<br><br>Some of our year 5 and 6 students have put together some activities to help the CtK family focus on being a good friend. This includes a video, poster competition and modelling good problem solving for friendship problems.<br><br>Sometimes students make friendship mistakes without realising. Sometimes students are ‘mean on purpose’. It is important we teach our students how to problem solve these situations and how to stand up to the mean on purpose behaviours. When we do this the school becomes a place of harmony, kindness, and respect.<br><br>We will look closer at the different types of friendships and interactions. Here are 4 friendship facts:<br></p><p></p><ol><li><strong>No friendship or relationship is perfect</strong></li><li><strong>Every friendship is different</strong></li><li><strong>Trust and respect are the 2 most important qualities of a friend</strong></li><li><strong>Friendships change and that’s okay.</strong></li></ol><p></p><br></div><div><div class="text_wrapper TextBodySpecial color_TextUnemph" style="font-family:tahoma, sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-style:italic;letter-spacing:0px;white-space:pre;transform-origin:left top;line-height:26px;"><p>When children have positive relationships, it leads to children feeling:<br></p><ul><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">Happier</span></li><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">Happier about themselves</span></li><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">More in control and empowered to solve their problems</span></li><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">More comfortable to talk to adults about situations</span></li><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">More focussed and have improved academic learning</span></li><li><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:14px;letter-spacing:0px;">They can make positive decisions independently</span></li></ul><p><br><img src="/latest-news-events/PublishingImages/KindnessCulture.png" alt="KindnessCulture.png" style="margin:5px;" /><br></p><p>​<br></p></div></div><p>​</p>
Sport Newshttp://www.christthekingdbay.qld.edu.au/latest-news-events/Pages/Sport-News.aspxSport News<p></p><p>What a busy finish to term it has been. Following on from our Colour Blast last week, our Year 3, 4 & 5 students played in the Northside Cluster Gala Day. Whilst some played Football and Basketball at St Eugene's, the rest gave League Tag a go at Burpengary Jets. From all accounts, it was a very successful day especially for our Year 3 soccer teams who beat most of the Year 5 competition on the day.<br><br>Also this week, we sent 2 netball teams to the Sunshine Coast Lightning Cup. Quite the show was put on with Lightning players on hand to sign autographs, as well as a "Strikezone" area for students to chill out and have some fun with a variety of activities. On the court we showed some skill and great fighting spirit. Our girls team came 2nd in their division to finish 13th out of 32 teams. Special mention to Taya who received my Most Improved Award and Kailee receiving the Coaches Award for great leadership both on and off the court throughout the day. Our boys have not had a lot of netball experience but they learnt quickly and showed resilience and ground out some great wins that made me incredibly proud. My Most Consistent Award went to Hunter  and my Coaches Award went to Tannah for his versatility in switching from defence to shooting and excelling in both.<br><br>Good luck to our Origin Energy Netball team who will play in Bundaberg in the middle weekend of the holidays. We know you will make us proud!<br><br>​<br><br></p>
Term 3 comes to a closehttp://www.christthekingdbay.qld.edu.au/latest-news-events/Pages/Term-3-comes-to-a-close.aspxTerm 3 comes to a close<p></p><div><div><div><p>Another action-packed fortnight has passed! A huge thank you to Mrs Breakspear who has coordinated Gala Day, our participation in the Sunshine Coast Lightning Cup, Dance Fever and our Colour Blast last week. Our students at CtK always make us so proud on such occasions with their exceptional behaviour and team spirit. I am looking forward to travelling to Bundaberg next weekend to watch our netball team participate in the Origin Netball Competition.<br><br>For those who managed to make it to the closure of Dance Fever on Tuesday, I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Again, very proud of our students for getting up and sharing their dances with us. It was quite a spectacular! Well done to the parents who got up and joined in the last dance.<br></p></div></div></div><div><div><div><div class="text_wrapper TextBodySpecial color_TextUnemph" style="font-family:tahoma, sans-serif;font-size:16px;letter-spacing:0px;white-space:pre;transform-origin:left top;line-height:26px;"><p>We were delighted to welcome our new Brisbane Catholic Education Executive Director, Dr Sally Towns to Christ the King on Tuesday. Mrs Towns along with Mr Horton, spent some time in classrooms talking to students and staff. Dr Towns congratulated all staff on our significant improvement in NAPLAN this year. We are looking forward to seeing our continued improvement and growth in coming years.<br><br>It has been another huge term here at CtK and the students have certainly earned a break. They have worked extremely hard on their reading and writing goals and shown persistence and diligence. They are extremely proud of their achievements, as they should be. A huge thank you to all our teachers who never take their foot off the accelerator and target teaching to suit every learner sitting in front of them, it is no easy task!<br><br>Our original plan was for the carpark construction to begin these holidays, however with most construction at the moment we have hit a few snags. I suspect we will commence sometime during term 4. All information will be shared with you once I know. We will also have a new back fence, Yarning Circle and covered walkways being constructed next term. It will be busy!!<br><br>I wish you all a great break with your delightful children and look forward to seeing them refreshed and ready to go Tuesday 4th October, ready to tackle term 4.</p><p><br><img src="/latest-news-events/PublishingImages/term4.jpg" alt="term4.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:536px;" /><br></p><p dir="ltr" style="margin-bottom:0px;padding:0px;max-height:130px;"><span style="line-height:0;"></span></p></div></div></div></div>

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