In this issue

College Open Day

World Scholars’ Cup Success!

Queensland Symphony Orchestra

ARTS News

Student Leadership

2020 Prep Enrolments are now open

Athletics racing down the track!

Thank you to our amazing Parents and Citizens

We’re increasing safety around our school

AMAYDA

Positive Education at Calamvale Community College

House Culture at Calamvale

CAST updates!

Open Day May 28

Whilst we understand that our families frequently have students across the College, it is often the case that families have more knowledge about one particular area and so Open Day is an opportunity to come to the College and learn more about what’s on offer. On Tuesday 28 May, we …

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Open Day May 28

Whilst we understand that our families frequently have students across the College, it is often the case that families have more knowledge about one particular area and so Open Day is an opportunity to come to the College and learn more about what’s on offer.
On Tuesday 28 May, we will be spotlighting our Signature Programs @ Calamvale. What will be presented is not the entirety of what’s on offer but rather focuses on specific points of interest for new students in Junior School, students moving into Secondary School and specialist programs.

Following a welcome in CPAC by both Heads of Campus, Mrs Welch and Mrs Angel, our guests for Open Day will gain an understanding of the Yr 3-12 Instrumental Music Program and the International Baccalaureate mindset that underpins our College philosophy. There will be details about our inaugural scholarship program for a selected number of instrumental students, before the group separates to listen to presentations on the following:
International Baccalaureate – Primary Years: curious|creative|clever
Prep 2020 – the first year of school
Mandarin Immersion – Prep-Yr 2

APEX – Yr 7-9 Academic Excellence: Power through Knowledge
ADP – Athlete Development Program: Success through Sport
International Baccalaureate –Yr 10-12 Getting to University and Staying There

For the first time this year, there will be an additional focus on our Hospitality Excellence Program which operates in our licenced restaurant Three Trees. This program is an entry point for students who might be out of catchment and provides an expert training course which feeds into the ‘high-end’ restaurants which specialise in very sophisticated dining. Our visiting parents and community members will finish the Open Day with a tour of the commercial kitchen and a question and answer session in the café at Three Trees.

We look forward to welcoming you to the College and ask you to share this friends and family who may be interested. Please note that there will not be a Principal’s Tour on this day. These tours are held on Wednesday, every fortnight with our executive principal. Book through the webpage or the front office 3712 6333.

World Scholars’ Cup Success!

Congratulations to our Junior and Senior teams who competed at the Brisbane Regional Round of the World Scholars’ Cup during the first week of the …

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World Scholars’ Cup Success!


Congratulations to our Junior and Senior teams who competed at the Brisbane Regional Round of the World Scholars’ Cup during the first week of the holidays. This year we had an amazing eleven teams enter, with students from Years 5 – 10 taking on the challenge. Excitingly, nine of our teams have qualified for the global round in Sydney.
This annual competition is held all over the world, with many international and private schools competing. Over 2 very long days, the students undertook a range of challenges, including Debating, the Scholars’ Bowl, Collaborative Writing and individual challenges. They competed against teams from 14 others schools including other state and private schools at Churchie and won a number of awards.

Our Junior Teams (Year 5-8) had some wonderful achievements, Ameesha Prakash, Dain Sony and Kaylee Alcayde placed 3rd in the Team Debating Challenge. Ameesha Prakash was nominated as one of the outstanding speakers in debating at the competition and performed in the Debate Showcase with other selected speakers from both the Junior and Senior divisions. Astrid Messerschmit, Beatrix Messerschmidt and Ben Godon also placed 2nd in the Top Challenge Team achieving many medals individually in this area, alongside their other medals. There were many other highly notable achievements including: 6th place in Social Studies – Zach Weir (Year 6), Arts – Eloise Marsden (Year 5), Science – Isaac Oliver (Year 8) and gold medals in writing for Year 5, 6, 7 students – Amber Tran, Delwyn Zeng, Thryambika Maniraj, Tiffany Song, Vicky Kweon.
The Senior Team, Riley Andrews, Connor Andrews and Danielle Sekulla, competed against teams of students from Years 10-12, and placed 11th overall in the Team Writing Challenge and 13th in the Scholars’ Bowl.
We would like to thank these talented students and their families for giving up their time to train on Wednesday afternoons, study at home and to compete in the holidays. Thank you also to their teachers who teach them the skills needed in academic competitions such as this one. A special thank you to Ruth Smith for her wonderful coaching in the Wednesdays leading up to competition.

Queensland Symphony Orchestra

On Wednesday 1 May, the Calamvale CC Symphony Orchestra students were very excited to host 5 guest musicians from the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. The guest …

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra

On Wednesday 1 May, the Calamvale CC Symphony Orchestra students were very excited to host 5 guest musicians from the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. The guest musicians worked with our students in their instrument groups for the first half of the rehearsal. Please see some work-in-progress photos!


Hayley Radke worked with the flutes and clarinets.
Mark Bremner worked with the trumpets and trombone.
David Montgomery worked with the percussion section.
Min Jin Sung worked with the cellos and double bass.
Katie Betts worked with the violins and viola.

 

Then everyone came together to rehearse and the guest musicians played sided by side with our students. After just 45 minutes of intensive tutorials with our guests, Ms Erbacher and our audience of over 30 people were super-impressed by the improvement!
We look forward to further collaborations later in the year with the guest musicians from the Queensland Symphony Orchestra!

ARTS NEWS

We have had a very busy time in the Arts over the last couple of months, with even m ore exciting opportunities for our students on …

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ARTS NEWS

We have had a very busy time in the Arts over the last couple of months, with even m ore exciting opportunities for our students on the horizon. Some of the highlights our students have participated in include a Masterclass with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra that our instrumental music students engaged with on 1 May. Multiple artists from woodwind to brass, came into CPAC to work with our students and produced something very special. This, along with their efforts throughout Semester one, can be seen later this term in our annual Music@6 showcase.

 

Music Circles visited our Year 9 Music students recently, taking them through an extensive song writing workshop. This partnership with industry professionals helps to develop student understanding of music writing and will push our students to achieve their very best. This is mirrored in our Year 10 Drama class where our Partnership with Queensland Theatre continues to grow as part of their assessment they are participating in The Scene Project, which will see them working with award winning playwright, Angela Betzien. Their final performance will actually be staged on Queensland Theatre’s very own Billie Brown Stage in South Brisbane.

Our Art students have had a very busy couple of weeks, travelling to GOMA to see the 9th Annual Triennial of Contemporary Art as part of their exploration of Artists, and also exploring Karawartha Forest Park. These excursions help to provide valuable stimulus for our students, engaging with their surrounds and experimenting with different mediums. Term 4 will see their work displayed in the restaurant for our annual Art exhibition.

Extra-curricular activities continue to provide our students with multiple opportunities, including the Junior School Musical and the Secondary School Musical. This year the Junior School will be presenting Disney’s Aristocats, with auditions and rehearsals starting very soon. Meanwhile, the Secondary School will be presenting Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Rehearsals are already well on the way, with a partnership with Rockit Productions helping out with the choreography.

Creative Generation is also currently in full swing here at the school with our students beginning rehearsals for the State Spectacular. This is an amazing experience that we are privileged to be a part of, and you will soon see our students sporting their exclusive Creative Generation jackets in and around the school. These young artists work extremely hard and share the stage with some of the State’s very best performers.

The Company is also working hard on two productions this year. The first of which is a partnership with our very own Three Trees Restaurant; a dinner and show starting Wednesday 8 May. For $25 you get a wonderful dinner at our restaurant, followed by a 30 minute production of Shakespeare’s Othello in our outside Amphitheatre. The evening concludes with dessert back in the restaurant. Two more performances will be held on the 15 and 22 of May and reservations can be made through Student Services.

The Company is also rehearsing a two act play for Terms 3 called Stories in the Dark. It is a powerful story about hope and determination. It is a challenging text, but one that extends our students as performers and provides our audiences with some outstanding theatre.

This is what the Arts department is currently up to at CCC. The year is but young, and there are many more opportunities on the horizon. Junior and Secondary choirs, Raise Your Voice, and the Moscars to mention only three. The Arts are truly alive at CCC.

Student Leadership

Our adoption of the International Baccalaureate programs from Prep through to Year 12 with the Middle Years Program to begin in 2020, has resulted in …

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Student Leadership

Our adoption of the International Baccalaureate programs from Prep through to Year 12 with the Middle Years Program to begin in 2020, has resulted in a shift of philosophy toward student leadership. From 2019 onwards, our leadership program as well as building the confidence of its students, providing opportunities to lead and collaborate with others will have a particular service focus with respect to the community.

This is a shift in culture away from events-based leadership and towards a service orientation. We have already begun a focus on entrepreneurship which resulted in over 40 students and teachers being trained in the GENIN model of entrepreneurial model of innovation and competition over a month late last year. https://www.studyqueensland.qld.gov.au/genin This proved quite a daunting expectations for our students and so we expect this added service element to complement entrepreneurism and in doing so provide an expanded number of opportunities for a greater diversity of students.

We begin our program this week with 40 prospective student leaders joining our Calamvale Community and College Alliance breakfast. The business leaders who have worked with us for four years and last term explored their own experiences of entrepreneurship and leadership, will this week mentor our young people in their own innovative ideas in answer to the question: If I could make a change in the world, what would it be? The format will be speed mentoring (similar but obviously different to speed dating) but all participants will speak with up to 6 business people in the process.

There will be continuing workshops over the next month, leading into a peak experience motivational presentation on June 13th by the student leadership organisation called High Resolves.
http://www.findschoolworkshops.com/High-Resolves/High-Resolves-Global-Citizens–Global-Leaders-

This company will present to our students about Social Progress and in semester 2 on the Better Self.  Sixty students from 6, 7, 8 and 60 students from 9, 10, 11 will have this experience as a launch into student leadership at Calamvale.  We expect that students will present, in groups, to you as parents on the evening of June 13th which will provide an opportunity for you to share in their learning and possibly even give them feedback on their plans.

Please encourage your students to participate when the opportunity arises, either through Year 6 teacher, years 7-9 Humanities or by contacting Mr Butterworth in Keera or Ms Curtin in Cobar.

2020 Prep Enrolments are now open

What age can a child start Prep? Queensland children are eligible to attend Prep in the year that they turn five by 30 June. There …

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2020 Prep Enrolments are now open

What age can a child start Prep?

Queensland children are eligible to attend Prep in the year that they turn five by 30 June. There have been no changes to the eligibility age for Prep since it began in 2007.
Occasionally, schools are asked to consider allowing a child to begin Prep early. To allow this to occur, there are legal requirements which must be met. Being born in July is not a guarantee that a child will be given approval to enter Prep early, or that they are ready for school. Starting school early does not necessarily give a child a head start to schooling. For the best start to schooling, attending a quality kindergarten program remains the best educational option for all children in the year before they start Prep.
For information regarding enrolling in Prep for 2020 please contact the school enrolment officer or administration on 37126333.

Prep Chinese Immersion Program

In 2016, Calamvale Community College introduced a Chinese Immersion Program for identified students in Prep. The intention of the Immersion program is to provide a rich bi-lingual experience for the students within an integrated learning environment. Research increasingly shows that most young children are capable of learning two languages and that bilingualism affords cognitive, cultural, and economic advantages (Bialystok, 2001; Genesee, 2004; Hakuta & Pease-Alvarez, 1992)

What is an Immersion Program?

Immersion is learning in another language, not just learning the language.
Over the course of their study, students in this Immersion Program will:
• Gain a basic knowledge of Chinese language and culture
• Undertake simple communicative and interactive activities
• Gain an understanding and learn to speak words derived from Chinese characters
• Read and recognise words derived from Chinese characters
• Write words derived from Chinese characters

Traditional Model

All students from Prep –Year 6 currently learn Chinese in dedicated lessons ranging between 30 – 90 minutes per week, depending on the year level.

Extended Model

• Students in the Prep Immersion Program receive between 60-120 minutes of their schooling each day delivered in Chinese by a specialist Chinese speaking teacher.
• Reading, Writing, Letter knowledge / Spelling and some Mathematical units are delivered in English similar to all other Prep classes.
• Units of Inquiry which are Science / Humanities based are delivered in Chinese.

Benefits for Students

There are actually a number of benefits to developing fluency in a second language:

It makes them smarter

Learning a foreign language is a great way to improve their cognitive function.

Bilingual children are better able to grasp the English language as they come to the terms with the grammar of a foreign language.

A study by Illinois State University found students who study foreign languages tend to score better on standardised tests than their monolingual peers, particularly in the categories of maths, reading, and vocabulary.

They are better at problem solving and multitasking as they can comprehend different language structures and easily switch between the two, and they develop a stronger memory as they have more language rules and intricacies to remember when communicating, and more information and associations to retain and recall.

It broadens their horizons

When learning a foreign language, you don’t simply learn about vocabulary, you also learn about the country’s culture and society. Your child will have a greater appreciation for the world we live in and a more educated international outlook. Also, being able to communicate in the native language whilst abroad will be a real moment of pride and a great confidence boost.

It’s a way to challenge your child

Learning a foreign language is a great activity to challenge your child. It will keep their minds stimulated and focused, and ensures that they remain enthusiastic and continue to enjoy the learning process.

Enrolment in the Prep Immersion Class

All students enrolling in Prep undertake a short oral language screening assessment in November prior to the start of the school year. From this assessment, families are offered a place in the Chinese Immersion class. Enrolling in the Immersion class requires a commitment to the Immersion Program for a three year period (Prep- Year 2). Students in the Prep Immersion class stay together as a class group building on their language proficiency from Prep to the end of Year 2.

When student graduate from the three year immersion program, the class group moves in small friendship groups to the mainstream Year 3 student population. Their language proficiency continues to be extended during LOTE (Language other than English) classes when they come back together as a class group to participate in Chinese enrichment program.

Click on the link below to see our Prep students in our Chinese Immersion Class after 4 weeks in the Immersion program

Athletics Racing down the track!

We have reached the end of our carnival season, which has come early this year due to the games being held in Darwin in July. …

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Athletics Racing down the track!

We have reached the end of our carnival season, which has come early this year due to the games being held in Darwin in July. Boree have triumphed in the Junior School and we had a wonderful turn out of students dressed in their yellow, green, red and blue. Mr Loriaux was on the microphone and had those competitors racing for their events. The cheers and the warcries of Junior School were amazing as was the attendance of so many parents there to see their children race. Please find a delightful compilation of pictures celebrating the day.
Congratulations Boree – your participation was excellent and you won the day!

Secondary School have also completed most of the athletics carnival with just a few events still to run, so no results yet – although I think perhaps Boree is looking good for a clean sweep – we’ll have to wait and see. The students had a really high level of participation in events and I know Cobar was particularly well represented. There were several long standing records broken, among them:

 

Age Event Name New record Old record
15 Javelin Mitchell Chowdhury 41.80m 39.08 (2004)
12 Javelin Menaya Bell 18.70m 14.60m (2005)
15 Javelin Tiana Richards 36.29m 23.71 (2007)
16 Discus  Moana Pearse 28.09m 26.81 (2005)
13 Long Jump Juni Pullen 4.94m 4.93m (2015)
15 Long Jump Shareef Mwechiwa 5.83m 5.64m (2010)
16 Long Jump Zak Lewis 5.78m 5.69m(2010)
12 Long Jump Nekeisha Ngaru 3.93m 3.70m (2002)
15 Long Jump Tiana Richards 4.90m 4.40m (2004)
14 Shot put Jericho Fozefau-Strickland 11.55m 11.18m (2011)
16 Shot put Brigham Alofipo 13.24m 12.90m (2005)
12 Shot put Pania Haeriti 10.35m 8.45m (2002)
15 Shot put Tiana Richards 11.57m 9.14m (2012)
16 Shot put Moana Pearse 9.66m 9.48m (2005)
17 Shot put Sophie Vercoe 9.37m 9.05m (2006)
13 Triple Jump Ryan Gilder 9.20m
15 Triple Jump Shareef Mwechiwa 10.90m
16 Triple Jump Levi Clare 11.51m
17 Triple Jump Caleb Tettey 11.90m
16 Triple Jump Fanta Aruna 9.16m

Congratulations to all students who achieved their personal best times, heights or distances, to our record breakers and to our age champs (yet to be announced but many of you know who you are) Across the College – well done!

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to our amazing Parents and Citizens

  CCC would like to thank President Mrs Leesa Mason and her executive team and wonderful supporters for all their hard work last week. Weeks …

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Thank you to our amazing Parents and Citizens

 

CCC would like to thank President Mrs Leesa Mason and her executive team and wonderful supporters for all their hard work last week. Weeks ago, we had lots of parents making gifts for the stall for Mothers’ Day, many thanks to each and every one of them as well and to all the people who assisted with resources and materials. Our P&C ran the Mothers’ Day stall for two days and then moved it to the oval for three days for three sports days – what an amazing effort! Our P&C have the ambition to air-condition our College and every gift contributed to that target. Thanks you to Mrs Mason and her wonderful team. We all hope you had a wonderful Mothers’ Day and enjoyed your CCC created gift!

 

Another round of applause….College Council Chair Mr Butler
Mr Mike Butler has been an unfailing proponent of the 10c bottle refund and it is he who collects your orange bags of bottles on the first Tuesday of every month at the Junior School student drop off zone. The money collected is also going towards College air-conditioning which is otherwise unfunded. We all wish we had enough funds to do have all of the requirements for our College. At present our bus is booked every day, saving us $450 minimum for the excursions – cheaper excursions and more flexibility for our classes. For our recycling scheme, thanks Mr and Mrs Butler for ensuring that we can collect as many bags as possible. 70 000 bottles is one air-conditioned classroom – it sounds like a lot but in three months we have almost got the first one.

 

We’re increasing safety around our school

Brisbane City Council has supported our school to develop a tailored traffic management plan (TMP) to help ease traffic congestion and increase safety around our …

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We’re increasing safety around our school

Brisbane City Council has supported our school to develop a tailored traffic management plan (TMP) to help ease traffic congestion and increase safety around our school and the local community.

Our TMP focuses on creating a more efficient pick-up and drop-off zone, increasing active travel opportunities and ensuring our school zone operates safely.

As a valued member of our community, we need your assistance to ensure safer school streets for our students and families. Please remember to always drive with care, observe time limits in the drop and go zone and only cross the road at signalised intersections, pedestrian refuges, school and zebra crossings or when safe and legal to do so.

To find out more, talk to the school leadership team or visit brisbane.qld.gov.au and search ‘school traffic management plans’.

Our school traffic management plan

Did you know we’ve completed a school traffic management plan (TMP) to increase safety in our community? Brisbane City Council’s TMP is a tool for schools to identify and address traffic management issues to ease congestion, streamline pick-up and drop off periods and create safer school streets.

As a valued member of our community, we need your assistance to ensure safer school streets for our students and families. Make sure you drive, walk or ride safely around our school to help support our plan and keep our community safe!

To find out more, talk to the school leadership team or visit brisbane.qld.gov.au and search ‘school traffic management plans’.

AMAYDA

This term, CCC launched our inaugural program with AMAYDA. We have 20 students enrolled in this resilience building, self-regulating martial arts program and it was …

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AMAYDA

This term, CCC launched our inaugural program with AMAYDA. We have 20 students enrolled in this resilience building, self-regulating martial arts program and it was launched by Queensland’s own, Jeff Horn – the boxing champion with a passion for anti-bullying. Jeff’s attendance at parade on May 5th was very well received with the entire student body, Years 6-10 chanting the strategies of Avoid, Assess and Apply. Our students really enjoyed the sense of empowerment but also were fully understanding the responsibility and respect that accompanies all or our actions. Below is a snapshot from the AMAYDA website and here is the direct link https://amayda.com.au/ and there are photos from the program.

AMAYDA has formed an alliance with your school to build confidence in their students and prepare them for secondary school. We do this by engaging students through role playing a range of potentially difficult situations and providing practical solutions. They will learn the best real-world self-defence skills taken from a wide range of martial arts and boxing. The bottom line is that the AMAYDA Program will help your child to survive when you can’t be there. It’s about giving both you and your child peace of mind.

We also combine the physical training with core values taught in martial arts:
• to have RESPECT for yourself and others;
• to have the COURAGE to do the right thing, even when you’re scared and to make the right decisions when subjected to peer pressure;
• to have the INTEGRITY to do what you say you’re going to do; and
• to build RESILIENCE, by strengthening their self-image, enabling students to recover quickly when faced with adversity.

All of these values combined are what we call – AMAYDA EXCELLENCE.
Our programs are carefully reviewed by our Program Mentor and world class trainer Glenn Rushton, martial arts veteran and Kung Fu master, Sifu Frank Mechler and Australia’s greatest boxer, former school teacher and National Ambassador Against Bullying in Schools, Jeff ‘The Hornet’ Horn.
Welcome to all parents interested in preparing their children for the next step in schooling. The step up to secondary school is a big one for any child and can be a very daunting and sometimes, even the most confident student can struggle with this transition.

With the lives of parents getting busier and busier it sometimes hard to know for sure if your child is emotionally ready for the big changes ahead.
Here are some things to consider…
• 1- Is your child going to be responsible for getting themselves to and from school by public transport or other?
• 2- Are you confident that your child would know what to do if confronted with a physically or emotionally stressful situation?
• 3- Do you believe that your child would make the right decision when confronted with peer group pressure?

Positive Education at Calamvale Community College

  Teachers at Calamvale Community College have participated in intensive professional development within the field of Positive Education (i.e., the application of positive psychology practices …

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Positive Education at Calamvale Community College

 

Teachers at Calamvale Community College have participated in intensive professional development within the field of Positive Education (i.e., the application of positive psychology practices within an educational setting). Positive Education concepts are embedded into CCC teachers’ curriculum planning, daily practices, Junior School house rallies and Secondary School wellbeing lessons. Each CCC newsletter will now feature a brief introduction to a Positive Education concept.

 

Edelman, S. (2013). Change Your Thinking (3rd Edition): Sydney, ABC Books.

 

 

Keep your eye out for more about Positive Education at CCC in upcoming newsletters.
Nerieda Anderson
Calamvale Community College
Developmental Guidance Officer
Psychologist

House Culture at Calamvale

House Culture is the lifeblood of the College’s culture. Both in Junior and Secondary, House Spirit and friendly competition permeates all elements of the College. …

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House Culture at Calamvale


House Culture is the lifeblood of the College’s culture. Both in Junior and Secondary, House Spirit and friendly competition permeates all elements of the College. Unlike other schools, House relates to the classroom, extra-curricular participation and attendance, not just sporting carnivals.
Junior School students have the opportunity to win points for their house on a daily basis, as students demonstrating Learner Profile Attributes are rewarded with gold tokens. Every fortnight at assemblies, these tokens are counted and all contribute to the House Spirit Cup in Junior School.
Secondary School’s House Cup, which is made up of six different elements of College culture, is calculated each term, with a combined House Celebration Day for the winning House taking place in the following term. This Term, both Junior and Secondary School will be participating in similar activities.
The following parts of College life contribute:

  •  Student Attendance
  •  Behaviour (report card)
  •  Effort (report card)
  •  Values in Actions Points (allocated in class each lesson)
  •  College Culture (various competitions)
  •  Participation in CAST

Overall, a House can only be victorious if everyone in that House contributes in the best way they can. The first House Cup will be celebrated on Thursday 23 May. Boree, Cobar, Keera and Tharah – who will be the next winners?

Join a Calamvale CAST team!

Please find attached information regarding Term 2, 2019 offerings! Join the Calamvale CAST, Term 2, 2019

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Join a Calamvale CAST team!

Please find attached information regarding Term 2, 2019 offerings!
Join the Calamvale CAST, Term 2, 2019

Office, Finance & Uniform Shop

Office Hours Finance Room Uniform Shop

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Office, Finance & Uniform Shop

Office Hours

Monday8.00am - 4.00pm
Tuesday8.00am - 3.30pm
Wednesday8.00am - 4.00pm
Thursday8.00am - 4.00pm
Friday8.00am - 3.30pm

Finance Room

Monday8.00am - 12.00pm
Tuesday8.00am - 12.00pm
Wednesday8.00am - 12.00pm
Thursday8.00am - 12.00pm
Friday8.00am - 12.00pm

Uniform Shop

Monday8.00am - 12.00pm
TuesdayCLOSED
Wednesday8.00am - 12.00pm
Thursday2:00pm - 5.00pm
Friday8.00am - 12.00pm

Numbers to Know

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Numbers to Know

DepartmentNumber
College Office07 3712 6333
Student Absence Line07 3712 6360 or
Student.Absences@calamvalecc.eq.edu.au
Junior Student Services07 3712 6390
Senior Student Services07 3712 6323
Finance07 3712 6332