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Year 6 Canberra Trip Adventures

Date: May 17, 2017

Year 6 students from our College have recently undertaken an education tour of the national capital. Students have been given

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Touch Football Students in Training for State Tournament

Date: May 17, 2017

Touch Football is in full swing at Suncoast with two teams already training for the Queensland All-Schools Tournament in Term

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Soccer State Title Champions

Date: May 16, 2017

Congratulations to the following Suncoast students who recently competed at the Queensland Christian Soccer Association State Titles at Stockland Stadium in

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Students Overcome Challenges in the Outback

Date: May 16, 2017

A group of 27 Suncoast community members were recently  involved in our third annual Outback Link trip. This year we

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Pure Joy

Date: May 16, 2017

This heading describes the incredible feeling that the children shared with us all on our recent Mission Trip to Thailand.

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Hard Work is Good For You

Date: May 3, 2017

Work is such a powerfully good thing in most people’s lives and it’s something we should get our kids hooked

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Contact Us

Email: info@suncoastcc.qld.edu.au

Telephone Main: 07 5451 3600

International: + 61 7 5451 3600

Facsimile: 07 5442 2212


Absentee Line: 07 5451 3602

Primary Office: 07 5451 3652

Secondary Office: 07 5451 3628

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Pastoral Care

Suncoast Christian College recognises that every student is unique and that the environment in which they are nourished will play a pivotal role in how they deal with the responsibility of adulthood. As a result we have support staff, programs and processes in place to protect and care for every student.

As a Christian community we understand that a holistic approach to schooling is the desire of parents for their children and therefore our Pastoral Care is fundamental to who we are and what we do in our daily life at the College.

pastoral care student supportSuncoast is known for its quality student support. We have a team of people dedicated to providing an inclusive learning environment for children with early intervention, effective remediation, individualised programs and enrichment to help every child achieve learning success.

Student Support is led by our Director of Student Development, Mr Garth Reid, and includes each member of our teaching staff, Chaplains, Year Level Coordinators and Heads of School.

Student Support

  • A comprehensive child protection policy is enhanced by designated teachers who are accessible and known to all students in the College
  • A zero tolerance for bullying is activated through student surveys and proactive programs while are supportive behavior policy aims to monitor and adjust student behaviour
  • A culture of mentoring and discipleship

ChapelStudents are supported on an individual basis with dedicated Primary and Secondary Chaplains. They also benefit from group programs run in partnership with the Suncoast Church in the areas of friendship and social interactions, family life and crisis situations as well as leadership. Our chaplains partner with teachers, parents, pastors and other members of the College community to achieve positive outcomes.

Christian Teaching is supported by:

  • Daily staff devotional time
  • Values taught and modeled by all staff
  • Support Services
  • Suncoast Church Pastoral support
  • Student Support in place for guidance in careers and curriculum/school-related matters
  • Weekly Chapels

House System image_2Following enrolment, and as part of the Pastoral Care structure at Suncoast, students become a member of one of four Houses. The houses are named after four Old Testament characters from the book of Daniel: Shadrach (Yellow), Meshach (Blue), Abednego (Red) and Daniel (Green).

Students participate in recreational and competitive sport carnivals and novelty events during the year, encouraging participation through healthy competition.

Students experience a sense of belonging in their house teams, as they encourage and support one another, forming friendships with students from other year levels.

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