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Early Preneurs make reading yummyIt seems you are never too young to engage an entrepreneurial spirit.2019-09-15T14:00:00Z
Photo finish for first Fortitude Valley State Secondary College studentNew Farm State School Year 6 student Freya has made history as the first student enrolled at the new Fortitude Valley State Secondary College. 2019-09-15T14:00:00Z
Accepting the sizzling solar oven challengeStudents and parents from Woorabinda State School discovered just how much fun science could be, coming together recently to transform the special education unit into a solar oven laboratory during National Science Week. 2019-09-08T14:00:00Z
AKA the fire ant tracker makes a paws-itive difference in Queensland state schools‘Aka the fire ant tracker’ is proving that fire ant safety is nothing to be sniffed at.2019-09-08T14:00:00Z
Language activism at YarrabahAs with many Australian Aboriginal languages, a couple of hundred years of European settlement has virtually eradicated languages that had been around for thousands of years.2019-09-01T14:00:00Z
Recognising Queensland’s Early Childhood EducatorsAssistant educator Julie Amaral, from Kirwan in Townsville, has been working in early childhood education for 20 years – about as long as she’s been a mother. 2019-09-01T14:00:00Z
STEM teachers build space station on Mars!Two dedicated Queensland teachers were the first Australian participants to join 50 educators from 29 countries for the second annual International STEM Studio held in California earlier this month.2019-08-25T14:00:00Z
Students have the courage to careIt’s a seemingly innocuous rug. Yet it is woven with priceless memories and stitched with the symbolism of survival.2019-08-25T14:00:00Z
Empowering extraordinary mindsGirl power has well and truly been turbo charged in Central Queensland, thanks to an innovative STEM camp geared specifically for Year 9 students.2019-08-18T14:00:00Z
Reading is my secret powerCelebrate the joy of reading with our schools this week. During Book Week our students will be reading books, telling stories, creating displays and putting on costumes to highlight the importance of reading. 2019-08-18T14:00:00Z
Eidsvold students take over the townLanguage, at Eidsvold State School, is not just about textbooks and flash cards. It’s about bringing the Wakka Wakka language to life – at the school and to the community.2019-08-11T14:00:00Z
Science Week 2019 takes offWe think. We dare. We wonder. Explore. Experiment. Investigate. This is what science is all about and from 10–18 August National Science Week Australia celebrates science and technology.2019-08-11T14:00:00Z
Artists in the making at Rosella Park SchoolA group of students from Rosella Park School recently showed off their artistic creations as part of a community art installation at Gladstone Airport.2019-08-04T14:00:00Z
Creative students have their time to shine A massive congratulations to the 1,500 state school students, and the teachers, support staff, creative partners and sponsors for wowing audiences with this year’s Creative Generation - State Schools Onstage.2019-08-04T14:00:00Z
Students in The Gap clean up Fish CreekTurning the tide on the adverse effects of urban development, staff and students at Hilder Road State School are improving the health of their local creek. 2019-07-28T14:00:00Z
Palm Beach Currumbin kicking sustainability goalsThe school community at Palm Beach Currumbin State High School is passionate about caring for their local environment and has a long list of sustainability initiatives in place to reduce their environmental footprint.2019-07-07T14:00:00Z
Helensvale students walk together with courageAs a symbol of their unity and respect for each other, students, staff and parents of Helensvale State School walked together with courage during National Reconciliation Week.2019-06-30T14:00:00Z
Human Powered Vehicle champions in the makingThe Fraser Coast 24 hour Human Powered Vehicle Championship is an annual event held on the street circuit within the historical precinct of Maryborough CBD.2019-06-30T14:00:00Z
Rolleston students make every container countStudents and parents at Rolleston State School are on track to raise a staggering $28,000 each year, just by recycling rubbish.2019-06-23T14:00:00Z
Wide Bay students balance the booksWide Bay's savviest business students are set to pin their entrepreneurial skills against like-minded teenagers at the national final of CQUniversity's Schools Business Challenge.2019-06-23T14:00:00Z
Corporate staff get cooking for charityDuring National Volunteers’ Week, 12 enthusiastic Department of Education staff swapped the office for the kitchen in support of local charity FareShare.2019-06-16T14:00:00Z
Prioritising primary reading for successWhile developing literacy skills is a priority for most schools, students and teachers at Jamboree Heights State School definitely put reading at the heart of their learning success.2019-06-16T14:00:00Z
Peace Ranger lands at schoolAs the mascot of positive behaviour for learning (PBL) activities, the Inala Peace Ranger has found his new home at Inala State School.2019-06-09T14:00:00Z
Percussion workshop goes off with a bangPercussion workshop goes off with a bang2019-06-09T14:00:00Z
Learning to surf at schoolThe Miami State High School Surfing Excellence Program is new in 2019 and is already attracting applicants from all around the world.2019-06-02T14:00:00Z
Principals tackle the Kokoda ChallengeA team of primary school principals from the South East region are preparing for the gruelling 96km Gold Coast Kokoda Challenge in July.2019-06-02T14:00:00Z
Ned's toothbrush is a global changemakerSt Bernard State School captain Ned Heaton won the Be the Change award for his campaign to ban plastic toothbrushes and reduce ocean pollution.2019-05-26T14:00:00Z
P&C takes the lead on saving the reefStudents at Belgian Gardens State School came up with a novel way to help save clownfish in the wild and, with the help of the P&C, the Reef Belgian Gardens program is already making an impact.2019-05-26T14:00:00Z
Volunteers – making a world of differenceDuring National Volunteer Week, we say thank you to all the wonderful volunteers helping out in our Queensland state schools.2019-05-19T14:00:00Z
A whacky way to walk safely to schoolWearing whacky socks on a group walk to school was a great way to raise awareness of National Walk Safely to School Day.2019-05-19T14:00:00Z
Taming the Tully, students take on the rapidsIn less than two weeks, students from Cairn’s Redlynch State College and St. Andrews Catholic College, will compete in a once in a lifetime event – the World White Water Rafting Championships on the Tully River.2019-05-12T14:00:00Z
Milpera State High School promotes girl power through educationFormer Milpera State High School student Soheila Mohammed is back at the school supporting students as a teacher aide while she completes her education degree2019-05-05T14:00:00Z
Students dance from CGEN to SingaporeCreated by Brisbane’s The Hood Dance Academy, the group have been rehearsing and performing for around 5 years with dancers of various experience levels, ages and dance styles all taking part.2019-04-28T14:00:00Z
Transforming lives through netballImproved confidence, comradery, health and education outcomes — the girls at Cairns State High School and Bremer State High School have been shooting goals lately2019-04-28T14:00:00Z
A school for generations…Over 50 years a school changes, but one thing that has remained constant is the love for a school one Brisbane family has shared over three generations.2019-04-22T14:00:00Z
Queensland students uncover our Anzac historyTaking real life learning to a whole new level, a group of Queensland students and teachers have uncovered some extraordinary military history links thanks to the 2019 Premier's Anzac Prize.2019-04-22T14:00:00Z
Pathways to career successFor many secondary students, planning their future and finding their way through the maze of study and career options can be challenging, but some students are pursuing their study individualised Senior Education and Training (SET) plans.2019-04-16T14:00:00Z
Harmony Day celebrated in Queensland schoolsHarmony Day is celebrated on 21 March every year. The day is about inclusiveness, respect and belonging for all Australians, regardless of cultural or linguistic background.2019-04-07T14:00:00Z
Unique Indigenous maths program connects studentsStrength of identity, connection to country, place ... and maths may seem like an unlikely combination but it’s a formula that’s engaging Indigenous students from Prep to Year 10. 2019-04-07T14:00:00Z
Broncos program supports Bremer High’s Indigenous girlsA unique program is supporting young Indigenous women at Bremer State High School stay at school and reach their potential.2019-03-31T14:00:00Z
Nearly 40-metre snake coils around Oakey State High SchoolWinding its way through the school’s garden, the snake is a student-made yarning circle inspired by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander process of story-telling. 2019-03-31T14:00:00Z
Lawnton State School dreams bigWhat do you want to be when you grow up? An astronaut, brain surgeon, pop star or a market-disrupting entrepreneur?2019-03-24T14:00:00Z
Students lead the charge against bullyingAll things orange were embraced on Friday 15 March at Norfolk Village State School on the Northern Gold Coast. 2019-03-24T14:00:00Z
The Big Red Truck delivering hospitality training on the moveStudents in Central West Queensland have been designing three course gala dinner menus for 300 guests and refining their barista skills for their ‘open house’ coffee shops as part of their hospitality training with a difference.2019-03-17T14:00:00Z
From Gold Coast school girl to international diplomatA decade ago, Emily Pugin had just finished Year 12 as school captain at Nerang State High School, navigating study with her leadership responsibilities, full extra-curricular schedule and part-time job at Kmart. 2019-03-17T14:00:00Z
Gympie Historic Auto Club supporting driver safetyStudents at James Nash State High School were recently treated to a visit from some of the Gympie Historic Auto Club’s finest vintage automobiles.2019-03-10T14:00:00Z
Four-year-old Jessica meets athletic idolsThe combination of being at the place at the right time and a small gesture from a big-hearted staff member resulted in one very happy Gold Coast girl.2019-03-03T14:00:00Z
Toowong students bring songs alive through signingStudents at Toowong State School are unique and special in many ways, including in their proficiency in mastering two languages and cultures. 2019-03-03T14:00:00Z
World titles await high school snooker champJoe, a Year 12 student from James Nash State High School, recently became the youngest member of the men’s Queensland snooker team. 2019-03-03T14:00:00Z
The joy of art and languageWhat’s it like to be in a classroom where you don’t know the language — to receive instructions and struggle to understand what your teacher is asking? 2019-02-24T14:00:00Z

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28 August 2018