Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) has denied union claims that working conditions will be cut or job security threatened in proposed new enterprise agreements at its 26 Queensland schools.
How did you spend “iso”? If you’re like young Jesse you did Year 12 assignments, studied at TAFE, worked AND completed a body-piercing course.
Murgon artist Niketa Law has created a new mural at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy as part of the school’s Bunya Dreaming Garden.
Queensland boarding school students will be able to return to school next term after the easing of some more COVID-19 restrictions.
It was “back to school” on Monday across Queensland with in-classroom learning resuming for students in all years
The University of Southern Queensland’s is offering students automatic scholarships of up to $29,000 if they select the university as their first choice with QTAC.
Work to begin installing solar panels on 14 South Burnett State schools is scheduled to start later this year under Phase 2 of the State Government’s Advancing Clean Energy Schools (ACES) program.
Students at Qld schools – public, independent and Catholic – will return to on-site learning on May 25
Coolabunia State School had a brand new car park to welcome back Prep and Year 1 students on Monday thanks to a $140,000 project completed by the South Burnett Regional Council.
Years 11-12, Kindy, Prep and Year 1 students will return to regular classes next week
Many St Mary’s Catholic College students will be using the COVID-19 lockdown to improve their writing skills, thanks to an innovative program developed by teachers.
St Mary’s Catholic College marked Anzac Day with a special commemoration at the school last Thursday.
Queensland primary school-age students have been invited to submit drawings to illustrate a farm safety message for the 2021 Farm Safety calendar.
Kingaroy State High School and Saint Mary’s Catholic College are among 59 schools taking part in the 2020 Agribusiness Gateway to Industry Schools Program (AGISP).
Ergon Energy has modified its popular Safety Heroes program for easy home delivery by parents and caregivers during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Ahead of the Easter holidays, students and teachers at St Mary’s Catholic College toiled in the school’s kitchen to bring some smiles to local workers.
Parents who wish to send their children back to school when Term 2 starts next week should be able to do so, LNP Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington said on Tuesday.
State schools will re-open for Term 2 on Monday (April 20) but only for the children of essential services workers.
Queensland’s Catholic schools have followed the lead of State schools and will implement student-free days next week in the lead up to the Easter holiday break.
Education Queensland announced on Thursday that the Term 1 break will begin next Monday (March 30) for all State School students.