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New principal and mural for Central State School

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Central State School Year 6 leaders Mia Russell, Charlotte Robinson and Zack Jensen present their new mural.

Central State School has just unveiled a mural to promote their Positive Behaviour for Learning framework for the school and new principal Frank Nastasi couldn’t be happier.

“We are proud to unveil our new art mural on the side of E-Block, facing into our front courtyard”, he said.

“The artwork has been inspired by our whole school approach to Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL).

“It is a very special reminder of our school values: be responsible, be respectful, be a learner and be safe.”

Frank Nastasi took over as principal at the start of Term Two.

Central State School mural
Central State School principal Frank Nastasi with Year 6 leaders, Benjamin Styles and Alexis Burgess.

“I’d like to thank former principal, Mrs Hillyard, who got the ball rolling on the mural project, and with a generous donation of $500 from our P & C members, we were able to make it happen.”

Although it’s just been a few weeks in his new role, Frank Nastasi is no stranger to the area.

“My family and I moved to Bundaberg in 2015 and have since made a commitment to the city and its local community and businesses.

“I have previously worked across most schools in the region as a Principal Advisor to the Australian Curriculum and Acting Principal at Thabeban State School, Sharon State School and, more recently, Goodwood State School.”

“I have been impressed by the warm welcome I have received from the teachers, students and parents.

“Bundaberg Central State School has a proud history of having a whole of school community approach to learning and connecting with the community.

“We are a small school in the heart of the city and with the community’s continued support, we know that we can keep doing great things.
And while COVID-19 restrictions have changed the way Central State School has operated, especially during this term, Frank is very hopeful that the school will continue to thrive.

“The team at Bundaberg Central State School is committed to building the profile of our school within our community.

“We are looking forward to working closely with our community members, Early Childhood Education Centres, new and past families and Elders to plan and develop our Transition to Prep Program for our youngest students, starting with our free Busy Bee Playgroup every Tuesday from 9.30am til 11.30am for children aged 0-5 and their parents.”

For more details on enrolments from Prep to Year 6 call 4150 7666 or email principal@bundabergcentralss.eq.edu.au

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