Our state-of-the-art $2.8million STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Centre and Arts precinct was completed at the end of April, 2018. Our students have been enjoying the new facilities in our Graphics and Technology Hub, our purpose built classrooms and modern laboratories. The Arts precinct comprises of an outdoor amphitheatre with LED lighting and full multimedia capabilities, dark room, and whiteboard painted walls in the classrooms for full interactivity with supportive technologies. This project was generously funded by the Commonwealth and State Governments together with a significant investment by the College. The STEM Centre and Arts precinct provides an environment for innovation and collaboration in the 21st Century.
When we conceived the idea of owning our own coffee cart, it was purposed to build relationships – to connect with people in our community. What better way to develop deep community, than over a great coffee (or chai, hot chocolate or tea!). Solid Grounds Coffee will be available at selected community events, but more importantly it will be grounded at CCC as a service to the wider community. Our plan is to soon have a safe and secure undercover space for folks with young families to enjoy a great coffee (or beverage). Solid Grounds Coffee beans are ethically sourced internationally and is roasted and supplied by KAI Coffee based on the Sunshine coast – a great alignment of values and mission!
$3 million multi-purpose hall funded by the Commonwealth Government ($2 million). The Stan Baker Hall has capacity to seat 1000 and includes a stage, indoor playing courts, dressing/change rooms, soundproof practice rooms, toilets, kitchen, indoor rock climbing wall and outdoor abseiling facility. The audio visual and multimedia functionality make it a perfect facility for functions and events.
Our Nature Space was philanthropically funded by Nestle in Gympie. The 5 acre outdoor area is dedicated to education and recreation and is an integral part of our Outdoor Education and Recreation Studies subject offerings. Both Primary and Secondary schools use the area for curriculum based activities. The Nature Space features a 600m International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) level mountain biking track, as well as a large dam for canoeing and kayaking.
Four Primary classrooms, extended learning areas, office space, storage, outdoor learning areas with new playground equipment.</p> <p>STAY TUNED - There's more content to come here!
Three Secondary classrooms, teacher workspace and lunch area.