November 8, 2021

Kilkivan P-10 State School has won an award at the 22nd annual Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools.

Education Minister Grace Grace said the Showcase Awards recognise and reward innovation in teaching and leadership practice in Queensland state schools.

“I am very pleased to say the calibre of submissions and finalists was simply outstanding once again this year,” she said.

“All of our winners and finalists should be incredibly proud of all they have achieved to enhance students’ learning experiences and advance Queensland’s future through quality public education.”

Kilkivan P-10 won a Network 10 Showcase Award for Excellence in the Early and Primary Years.

It was also a finalist in the Showcase Award for Excellence in Rural and Remote Education.

Principal Boyd Mclean said being nominated in two categories was recognition of the school’s “amazing staff, incredible students as well as supportive and engaged parents and community”.

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Goomeri P-10 teacher Zara Hebbel (Photo: QCT)

Goomeri P-10 State School teacher Zara Hebbel has been named the winner of the 2021 Prof Betty Watts OBE Memorial Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Teaching.

Ms Hebbel won the award at the recent 2021 TEACHX Awards run by the Queensland College Of Teachers.

She has taught pre-school students Cherbourg, developing a pilot program which combined a preschool timetable with an afternoon home-visiting program.

Ms Hebbel also established an Early Childhood Developmental Centre at Murgon State School and was Head of Special Education Services at Murgon State High School.


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