Modern 21st century architecture combined with interactive learning enterprises have come together with the construction of Bellevue Park State School's Building the Education Revolution (BER) funded resource centre.
Nestled in the rural Redlands country side, Mount Cotton State School is embracing 21st Century learning with the official opening of their new Building the Education Revolution funded facilities on April 6.
Cannon Hill State School's Building the Education Revolution opening became a history making event, as past and present students came together to celebrate the school's multi million dollar facilities.
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Wayne Swan officially opened Stafford Heights State School's multi-million dollar Building the Education Revolution (BER) funded multi purpose hall on 30 November, honouring his strong connection with the school community. The Federal member for Lilley, said he was proud to be unveiling the BER facility to the local community, commending the efforts of School Principal Allan Meincke for his dedication and vision for the future of Stafford Heights.
Students at Narbethong State School are making a splash, using the Federal Government's Building the Education Revolution stimulus project to build hydrotherapy, indoor swimming pool, endeavouring to improve mobility and strength for students with disabilities.
Seville Road State School Principal Cheryl Rowe said student morale had dramatically improved since the opening of their multi-million-dollar Building the Education Revolution (BER) funded resource centre and classroom upgrades.
Narangba Valley State High School students are practising tranquillity and simplicity, utilising their multi-million dollar BER funding to create a Japanese language learning centre, featuring it's very own Zen garden.
Looking out from Withcott State School's new multipurpose hall, (or 'auditorium', as the school likes to call it), you can't help notice the view down the Lockyer Valley. It's what school Principal Dr Tom Otto refers to as 'a million dollar' view from a million dollar hall.
With their 50th anniversary coming up in 2010, Marshall Road State School has a lot to celebrate.
Construction of its new $1.9 million Building the Education Revolution (BER) -funded performing arts centre is now finished - finally giving the school a venue to showcase its musical talent.
It's been years in the planning - but work is now underway on Highfields State School's new multi-purpose hall, thanks to a combination of Australian and Queensland Government funding.
At the same time, Highfields is getting a major new resource centre - part of a $4.1 million capital works injection at the 774-student school.
Mooloolaba State School, one of the Sunshine Coast's oldest schools, last year celebrated its 75th anniversary.
This year, the school is looking to the future, with the recent completion of their new resource centre and multi-purpose hall with an adjoining science and technology centre, thanks to $3 million funding provided under the Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) element of the Australian Government's Building the Education Revolution program.
"It's one of the biggest things to happen at the school for a long time," said Linda Blom, describing Glass House Mountains State School's new Building the Education Revolution funded facilities.
Earlier this year the 103-year-old school located on Queensland's Sunshine Coast was awarded over $2.65 million in Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) and National School Pride (NSP) funding for a new hall, extensions to their resource centre, interactive white boards, and general school refurbishments.
"I'm going to do a Toyota jump when it's finished."
That's the promise made by Ruth Steel, the very excited P&C President of a Brisbane primary school anticipating the completion of their eagerly awaited Building the Education Revolution (BER) funded hall.
Creative thinking, a clear vision and a builder willing to go that extra yard has resulted in an outstanding outcome for a Brisbane state school's projects being funded under the National School Pride element of the Building the Education Revolution program.
Bald Hills State School Principal Keith Warwick said the school is "more than happy" with what has been delivered under their $200,000 NSP funding, part of the Australian Government's Building the Education Revolution program.
Yandina State School Principal Wayne Torrens is clearly a happy man. He's 'thrilled' with what has happened, he said.
Wayne was referring to the school's new $2.12 million library, computer lab, science learning area, and IT resources provided under the Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) and National School Pride (NSP) components of the Australian Government's $16.2 billion Building the Education (BER) program.
A Toowoomba primary school says it is 'wrapt' in its new facilities - made possible through $925,000 in Australian Government Building the Education Revolution (BER) program funding.
Principal of the 108-year-old Harlaxton State School, Leonie Hultgren said the BER funding had allowed the school to complete the upgrade of their hall; extend and refurbish their resource centre and two classrooms; and buy a number of interactive white boards.
"Our new BER-funded facilities give us the opportunity to do business in a different way.
"With the facilities now completed, there's a real feeling of excitement throughout the school about what's possible and what's ahead," says Bruce Langes, Principal of Gilston State School.
Greenslopes State School took a walk down memory lane on September 16, turning back the pages in time to welcome past and present students to celebrate the opening of the Building the Education Revolution funded resource centre.
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