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Sunday, August 9, 2020
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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.

Wallaville State School leads in positive behaviour

Wallaville State School has been named as a Positive Behaviour for Learning Demonstration School for 2020, one of only five in the state.

Optus brings online safety program to Bundaberg

For Safer Internet Day, students in the Bundaberg Region will boost their online safety skills in the Optus Digital Thumbprint Program.

More than 1000 kids helped back to school

Bundaberg’s first School Savvy CQ proved a great success with more than 1370 people helping more than 300 families and 550 children.

Bright futures for St Luke's graduates

St Luke's Bundaberg 2019 graduates are on track for tertiary degrees with 56pc receiving their first preference for universities.

Hundreds of residents take advantage of School Savvy

More than 170 residents attended the School Savvy Pop-Up Shop in Bundaberg today during the first five minutes after it opened.

School Savvy Pop-Up Shop opens next week

A pop-up store selling pre-loved uniforms, basic stationery supplies and offering free back-to-school haircuts will open its doors to the community from Monday.

School Savvy uniform donations welcomed

Now the school year is over don’t discard old uniforms, donate them to a worthy cause through Centacare’s School Savvy program.

STEM ambassadors get taste for innovation

About 20 of the region’s students and school STEM ambassadors had plenty to create and discover today visiting the Community Lifestyle Support Makerspace with Felicity Furey.

Kiss-and-go extension helps traffic flow at Norville

An extension to Norville State School’s kiss-and-go zone is improving traffic flow at school drop-off and pick-up times.

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