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Community partnerships

​The school supports community partnerships and would like to thank the following individuals, businesses and organisations for their support.

Grants

 

Project​ ​Funding source ​Amount Status​
Middle play equipment​ Gambling Community Benefit Fund - Qld Government $30,000​ Completed​
​ICT lab Investing in Our Schools - Federal Government​ ​$37,456 Completed​
Multi-purpose courts​ ​Investing in Our Schools - Federal Government ​$112,544 Completed​
Novas program​ ​Smart and Healthy School - Queensland Government ​$10,000 Completed​
Shade sails​ ​School Community Development Fund ​$26,100 Completed​
​Water tanks ​Community Water Grant - Federal Government ​$32,940 Completed​
Foot/bike path​ ​Department of Transport - Queensland Government ​$9,075 Completed​
Junior play equipment​ ​Gambling Community Benefit Fund - Qld Government $29,945​ Completed​
Bike rack, scooter rack and concrete slab​ ​TravelSmart program ​$5,000 ​Completed

 

Donations

 

Project​ ​Business/Company/Person ​Status
Changeable sign​ ​Narangba Valley Real Estate ​Completed
​Student honour board ​Max Gould, parent Completed​
​Media computer ​P&C Completed​
​Four classroom fridges P&C​ Completed​
​Three televisions P&C​ Completed​
Electronic microscopes​ P&C​ Completed​
Science resources​ P&C​ Completed​
Shade pergola and seating​ P&C​ Completed​
Interactive whiteboard​ P&C​ Completed​
Digital cameras​ ​DanceN Completed​
Concrete pad for chess set​ P&C​ Completed​

2008 - Scholastic Rewards including, CD/Cassette player, two way radio, group listening set, digital microscope, video camera package, digital camera, anatomy models, finger puppets, books, art resources and toys for playgroup.​

P&C​ Completed​
Guitar group - guitars, hooks and music​ ​P&C Completed
​Air-conditioning - Villa 1 and Villa 2 P&C​ Completed​
Air-conditioning - Villa 3 and Villa 4​ P&C​ Completed​

2009 Scholastic Rewards purchased various resources for our new science room and for the playgroup. These included books, puzzles, sport equipment, art resources, solar system sets.​

P&C​ Completed​
Air-conditioning - Villa 5 and Villa 6​ P&C​ Completed​
Air-conditioning - Villa 7 and Villa 8​ P&C​ Completed​
2011 - Sports for School program, Sport Equipment​ ​Coles Completed​
2011 - Earn and Learn program, equipment for playgroup​ ​Woolworths Completed​
 

LEAP group (student council) projects

 

Project​ ​Status
​Media display in CSSU ​Completed
​Giant Chess set ​Completed
​Concrete painting of chess set ​Completed
​Line marking of handball courts and hop-scotch in junior precinct Completed​
ANZAC garden - seating​ Completed​
Mascot costume​ Completed​
Friendship bench​ Completed​
Frog pond - environmental area​ ​In progress
 

 Religious Instruction  

Religious instruction (RI) is offered at the school and is conducted on a Thursdays during 11.45am and 1.15pm.
The faith group that provides religious instructors to deliver an authorised program is listed below:
Arrangements for programs
Participating faith group/s
Name of authorised program
Single program
Creekside Community Church
Connect
 
Parents of child/ren participating in these programs will be advised if a faith group requires funds to cover the expense of materials used in RI.
Students are allocated to RI based on information provided by parents on the completed Application for Student Enrolment unless other written instructions have been provided to the school.
Note: This information remains operational unless the parent informs the school otherwise in writing.
Students who are not participating in RI will be provided with other instruction in a separate supervised location. Other instruction must relate to part of a subject area already covered in class and may include, but is not restricted to:
·             personal research and/or assignments
·             revision of class work such as writing or literacy and/or numeracy activities which could include online programs currently accessed by the students of the school (i.e. Mathletics, Reading Eggs)
·             wider reading such as independent reading appropriate to the student
 
Parents will be advised of any changes to the RI and other instruction programs to ensure they are able to make an informed decision on their child’s participation.