Fairburn Dam camp a lot of fun
Fundraising events success
Year 5 Camp
YEAR 5 students, their teacher Miss Busch and a handful of parents enjoyed a week-long camp at the Fairburn Dam near Emerald.
They were challenged, entertained, fed, supported and guided to a wonderful experience.
The weather played along, and glorious days were had where they kayaked, climbed walls and participated in catapult activities.
The students all had a wonderful time and Miss Busch said that giving students the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone brought the best out of them. Leaders were identified, and teamwork was of the utmost importance.
Watching the videos that emerged from the camp, it sounded as if Mrs Helen Dionysius had the most fun.
Ladies’ High Tea
THE PFC hosted a successful High Tea and members from the Biloela community turned up dressed in their pretties to enjoy a morning of fellowship, entertainment and devouring more calories than was necessary.
The funds raised will be put to good use and our students are grateful for the effort their parents put in.
Raising funds for sick children
THE SRC got everyone wearing some crazy socks and some even donned some crazy outfits.
A gold coin donation was asked, and much needed funds were raised to help sick children in hospital.
The students reflected on how privileged they are to be healthy.
CRAZY FUN: Year 3 students get into the spirit of crazy dressing and crazy socks in aid of sick children.
Redeemer Lutheran College High Tea.
Year 1 students showing off their crazy socks for a good cause.
Great challenge on the rock wall at the Year Five Camp.
Brock Wilkie watering his crop.
High Tea delicatessen mixed with old world charm.
Anyone for a fancy cup of tea?