Eleven students from Nanango State High School took a two-hour lunch break today, but no one minded
St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy recently farewelled Aunty Daisy Carlo who has been the College’s Indigenous Education Support Officer since 1999.
No South Burnett schools have been earmarked for closure by the State Government, despite rumours to the contrary sweeping the area last week.
The South Burnett’s first “Cow Horse Competition” for school students has been hailed as a great success with 81 competitors from 13 schools taking part.
Lyn Williams regrets leaving school and her dreams for a boy when she was in Year 11.
Year 12 students from St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy recently took part in a voluntary Street Retreat in which they spent two days working and learning about the struggles faced by some of the most poor and marginalised within the Australian community.
A lot of things have changed in the past 50 years … the many changes in Queensland’s education system was a major topic of conversation when about 100 former South Burnett students and 40 of their spouses gathered on Saturday for the “Class Of 1962 50 Year Reunion”.
Students at the Nanango Kindergarten have been “learning through play” for an amazing 50 years.
Education has made Stacy Martin’s life a joy.
Taabinga State School’s Sports Hall was packed with excited students (and a very large dog) this afternoon for the announcement of the results of the P&C’s recent chocolate drive.
The purchase of a portion of Adermann Park in Kingaroy by St John’s Lutheran School is almost certain to go ahead after the school committee voted on Wednesday evening to take up an offer for the land.
Road accidents can happen to you, but very often they can be avoided if drivers act safely
A lot can change in 15 years … just ask the former students of Kingaroy’s Abundant Life Christian School.
An award-winning TV commercial director/producer wants to donate his expertise to help convince parents to send their children to school … every day, on time.
The State Government is seeking feedback on a discussion paper aimed at improving educational outcomes for indigenous Queenslanders.
Students from St John’s School in Kingaroy have won top placings in the annual Dance Fever competition
Do you remember collecting all those stickers from the supermarket to help local schools? Well, it’s worked …
A meeting will be held at the Hivesville Hotel next Monday (March 25) to gauge the level of local interest in establishing a new school bus run.
Year 12 student Lauren Cross knows she can make a difference, and she hopes “you can” too.
South Burnett women gathered in groups in functions across the region today to mark International Women’s Day.