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St Joseph’s students share environmental message

Students at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School were busy spreading the environmental message by selling reusable mesh bags at Shalom Markets.

New principal and mural for Central State School

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.

St Luke’s students are off to a flying start

St Luke’s Anglican School students are off to a flying start with five seniors studying to become Remote Pilot Licence holders.

Meet friendly school crossing supervisor Lee

School crossing supervisor Lee Beljon has helped children cross the road safely at St Joseph’s Catholic School for more than a decade.

Bundaberg Region students back to the classroom

Bundaberg Region classrooms were bustling again today as students were allowed back to school for the first time since 20 April.

Teachers' Green Day ditty gets toes tapping

Two teachers at St Luke’s Anglican School have created a ditty to the tune of Green Day’s Good Riddance (Time of your Life) entitled “Congratulations doing school from home”.

iAthlete helps students stay active while staying distant

St Luke’s Anglican School has developed a progressive teaching resource for students through their robust learning management system iAthlete.

Thabeban State School's Easter surprise for students

As Term 1 came to an end on Friday teachers at Thabeban State School spent the day home delivering an Easter surprise to every student.

Bundaberg Christian College new facilities opened

Bundaberg Christian College has officially opened new facilities including two flexible learning areas and a new administration building.

STYMIE a pathway to combating bullying, abuse

Rachel Downie, the 2020 Queensland Australian of the Year, is the powerhouse behind STYMIE, an anonymous on-line harm reporting tool that schools are using to support students to say something without fear of reprisal.

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