91AV

The Week Ahead - Term 1, Week 4

Monday 12 February - Friday 16 February

From the Head of College

From the College Pastor

Community News

Shrove Tuesday

It is an ancient practice of the church to use up rich foods and fats on the day before Ash Wednesday (also called Shrove Tuesday). Ash Wednesday marks the start of the period of Lent, the preparation time for Easter, which traditionally has been a sombre time, focussed on the suffering of Christ for our sins and wrongs. It is a time of reflection, repentance and confession. The practice of fasting, especially abstaining from rich foods, is a physical reminder of the serious nature of this time.

At 91AV we have traditionally marked Shrove Tuesday with pancakes, provided for our students. At SSC the Faith and Service captains lead this, and the pancakes were provided for free.

Open Day 2024

Our Open Day will be held on Saturday 23 March 2024. We look forward to showing our beautiful Campuses to new families. 

Click here to learn more Open Day 2024

Enrolments Now Open 2025

Have you enrolled your child for Prep 2025?

Our beautiful Warwick St Campus has limited vacancies available for the 2025 Prep year, so if you have not yet lodged an application, please visit the Enrolment section of the 91AV Lutheran College website to complete your online application.

For our families that have an older child at CLC, please contact our Registrar, Jolene Healy, to waive the $100 application fee.

We would strongly recommend you begin this process as soon as possible to avoid missing out.

www.concordia.qld.edu.au

07 4688 2700

Parkrun Volunteers Needed

Volunteers urgently needed for the Parkrun on 24 February at Queens Park. Please contact Nurse Libby for details. Staff members, students, and parents are all welcome! Contact reception on 4688 2700 or email: libby.chapman@concordia.qld.edu.au

Robotics Club - Years 3 to 7

Every Monday afternoon, come immerse yourself in the world of Robotics, Innovation and Endless Possibilities. No prior experience is necessary - just bring your curiosity and imagination! We only have 25 spots available so make sure to book via the link below:


Music News

Samuel Lawrence - Instrumental Captain

Sam Lawrence, our Instrumental Captain has been awarded his Associate Diploma in Flute. This is one of the most advanced performance awards presented. They follow on from our grade and certificate exams, taking musicians up to a professional standard of performance and musical understanding. What an outstanding achievement to make while still in school!

Project Based Learning at 91AV

Junior College

JC Year 6 SMART Leadership Day - 15 February

On Thursday 15 February the Koojarewon Youth Camp staff will be leading the JC Year 6 SMART Leadership Day at our Stephen Street Campus.

Event details:

  • The program will commence in the Stephen Street Function Centre at 7.40am with Breakfast
  • Parents are invited to attend the breakfast and a jotform has been sent out for RSVPs
  • Activities will conclude at 12pm
  • WSC students will be walked back to their Campus by Mr Paul Baker and HSC students will catch the bus back to their Campus with Mrs Libby Scouller
  • Breakfast and Morning Tea will be provided for the students. The cost will be covered by the Year Levy.

Students are required to:

  • Wear their sports uniform and College hat
  • Bring a packed lunch to eat at their normal second break

Should you have any further queries regarding this event, please contact your child's teacher.

JC Year 4 Camp

The Year 4 Hume Street Campus and Warwick Street Campus students will be attending a three day camp from Monday 4 March to Wednesday 6 March at , Tallebudgera located at (Phone – 5507 0200).

The students will participate in a variety of activities suitable for their age and ability levels. The activities are designed for fun, experiential learning, personal development and building team skills.

JC AFL & Netball Sporting Schools Program

Sporting Schools is a national program which aims to engage more children in more sport-based activity within schools and then convert their interest into club-based settings. It also aims to help children foster a lifelong interest in sport, gain a healthier mind and body, have fun, and learn sport activities and games in a safe environment. Funding is available to schools to engage quality coaches to deliver sporting programs developed by the partners of Sporting Schools.

JC Years 3-6 Makers Empire Information

Parents/Careers, Exciting news! This year, we will be using Makers Empire again in our Years 3-6 classes.

Outside School Hours Care

Hume Street Campus

HSC Weekly Events

Please  to view HSC's Events for Term 1 2024, Week 4.

HSC Kindergarten Friday Vacancies

Calling all 3-year-olds!

HSC Variation to Persons Picking Up Your Child

At 91AV we take our responsibility of keeping your children safe from the beginning of the day, right through to the end.

Warwick Street Campus

WSC Weekly Events

Please to view WSC's Events for Term 1, Week 4 2024.

WSC Parent Connect Meetings - Date Saver

Parent Connect Meetings for 2024 will be on a Tuesday, 5.30pm-6.30pm in The Resource Centre. (Week 5 of each term). 

Please add these dates below to your calendar. 

  • Tuesday 20 February  
  • Tuesday 14 May
  • Tuesday 6 August
  • Tuesday 29 October

Stephen Street Campus

Sport News

Sports News – Term 1, Week 4

Boarding

Boarding News

Hello to all our families near and far.

Our boarder orientation and team building camp was a huge success. Everyone experienced new activities like Canoeing, rock climbing, the flying fox, cooking, fishing, and swimming. There was never a dull moment. All of our students were extremely well-behaved. The food was great. A huge thanks to our spectacular staff who gave up their time to supervise our students. A special mention to Nurse Libby who also came along. Nurse Libby, your medical expertise was in demand at times, and you comforted many and reminded everyone about sunblock. Thank you!

Boarder Captains Kerri and Khan did a great job in mentoring the younger students and supporting the staff. The purpose of our camp was to learn something about each other, build relationships and simply be happy young teenagers. I hope you enjoy the photos in our gallery.

Welcome from the Leadership Team