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Bundy teacher wins Spirit of Catholic Education Award

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Bundaberg teacher Pauline Merefield won the 2020 Spirit of Catholic Education state award.

Read To Me proves a great education story

There were plenty of yarns at Cordalba State School on Friday as friends of the school participated in Read to Me Day.

School holiday jobs to launch careers in agriculture

Farmers and industry representatives are paving the way for local students to find a career in agriculture with paid school holiday placements.

Woongarra and St Pat's to clash in schools league final

In this weekend's sports preview, columnist Vince Habermann looks at primary schools rugby league, hockey, racing, AFL, football and more.

Tree planting day benefits students and environment

Bundaberg State High School students planted 20 trees on 3 September to recognise National Tree Planting Day and benefit the environment.

Time almost up for Avoca State School capsule

Students who were enrolled at Avoca State School in the year 2000 are being invited back for the unveiling of the school’s time capsule in November.

St Luke’s skip up a storm in heart fundraiser

Students at St Luke’s School have been skipping up a storm as part of the Jump Rope for Heart program.

New school program for community services

Bundaberg State High School is Queensland's first secondary school to sign up for a new program to train students for jobs in the community services industry.

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.

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