City Observer Newsletter 23 March 2017

With the planning and development for the Multi-purpose Hall now under construction, the environmental impact was a significant feature. The School worked closely with Sunshine Coast Council who were collaborative, efficient and excellent communicators. Specifically, for example, any vegetation removed is being re-used as mulch, a valuable resource. The equivalent amount of undergrowth is also ‘saved’ in Environmental Zoning to be retained against removal located at the School’s southern edge. We look forward to contributing to our community with this facility in the years ahead. I am away in Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama with Austrade and other Queensland School Principals. The Sunshine Coast has a sister relationship with Osaka; and Japanese corporate business is funding further English language experiences for future Japanese international business leaders. It is also exciting to visit a Principal at a school in Japan which may host our language students in the near future. More news about this will be coming but we will be hosting the Principal for a visit to Caloundra in May. Term 1 had come and gone so quickly – such is the pace of modern life including school education. The busiest people seem to be able to achieve more and more but I know they look up and wonder what happened to the time. I wish all our families a delightful Autumn break with the very best of weather and friendships.’

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