Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has officially opened the $127.5 million Baringa State Secondary College at Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast.
Schools & Education
WATCH: Three new Sunshine Coast state schools are among five new south-east Queensland state schools set to welcome their first students and teachers in 48 hours’ time.
New multi-purpose halls, security and access infrastructure and facility upgrades will be part of a $43 million investment in new, modern school facilities across the #SunshineCoast under a re-elected Palaszczuk Labor Government.
With over 1000 students traveling to and from Buderim Mountain State School each school day road safety is important so the BMSS P&C has commissioned the production of a series of road safety videos, where the students became the teachers.
The Queensland Government has announced new and upgraded school bus services will start next month to meet growing demand in booming Sunshine Coast communities.
Year 10 and 11 Geography students from Chancellor State College put theory into practice yesterday (Tuesday 26 August 2020) at a coastal education morning hosted by Sunshine Coast Council.
After 15 years as an Executive leader at University of the Sunshine Coast, – five as Deputy Vice-Chancellor and 10 as Vice-Chancellor – Professor Greg Hill will retire today (Friday 14 August).
The Queensland Government has announced a new school crossing supervisor for Woombye State School, bolstering road safety for local families.
WATCH: Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Education Minister Grace Grace visited Baringa’s new high school being constructed today to talk about the education investment and jobs in the region and to officially announce its new name as Baringa State Secondary College.
New primary schools will be built in Caloundra South and North Maclean (Greenbank) and a new special school will be constructed in Coomera all in time for the 2022 school year.