Saturday, 18 March 2017

Chuck Berry RIP October 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017

Charles Edward Anderson “Chuck” Berry (October 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017)
We all had to thank !
 Chuck Berry, who with his indelible guitar licks, brash self-confidence and memorable songs about cars, girls and wild dance parties did as much as anyone to define rock ’n’ roll’s potential and attitude in its early years, died on Saturday. He was 90
Berry’s incredible success is due to his ability to articulate the concerns and attitudes of his audience in his music. At the height of his success, Berry was a 30-year-old black man singing to a mostly white, teenage audience. Dubbed the “Eternal Teenager,” Chuck Berry’s knowledge of the pop market made it possible for him to break color barriers and play to an integrated audience.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Berry’s music was the inspiration for such groups as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. 

Friday, 11 November 2016

Lest We Forget - Remembrance Day 2016

At 11 am on 11 November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years continuous warfare.

In 1997, Governor-General Sir William Deane issued a proclamation formally declaring 11 November to be Remembrance Day, urging all Australians to observe one minute's silence at 11 am on 11 November each year to remember those who died or suffered for Australia's cause in all wars and armed conflicts

On Friday this college will observe Remembrance Day speech and a 1 minute silence at 11 AM.

Friday, 7 October 2016


We will ROCK  this  ranges from  the  fifties till today.

God of Rock, thank you for this chance to kick it. We are your humble servants. Please give us the power to blow people's minds with our high voltage rock. In your name we pray. Amen.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

1976 - 40 Years of CSC

Our college started in 1976. We present the  hits  of  the year  as  the students  may  have  heard them on the radio. Hope  you enjoy a few of them.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

100 year commemoration FROMELLES - A song from THE FRONT

This week marks 100 years since the World War I battles
of Fromelles and Pozieres — two of the deadliest and most gruesome in
Australia's military history.
In an attempt to feint and distract German forces who were battling the French and British on the Somme in the south, Australian forces were sent into Fromelles, about 100 kilometres north, at 6:00pm on July 19, 1916.

was Australia's introduction to the Western Front — the main theatre of
the war — after spending months fighting in Gallipoli, and the results
were disastrous.

Fromelles: 'Don't forget me, cobber'

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Emotional Rescue

This week you will hear the song Emotional Rescue. The album cover for Emotional Rescue had concept origination, art direction and design by Peter Corriston with thermographic photos taken by British-born, Paris-based artist Roy Adzak using a thermo camera, a device that measures heat emissions. Ask your Science teacher about thermographic technology.